The Base business is getting swift traction as our clients become aware of the difference in quality precision when conditioning through the pugmill. Led by the steady hands of manager Rait Sagor, our base course division is developing its technique with the addition of level machine control to the paving setup. This set-up ensures levels are consistently achieved providing efficiencies, minimising waste and eliminating any requirement for trimming.
KEE Base has been working with CPB at the Pearce RAAF Base to condition and paver-lay new base course material for the runway extension and hardstand areas.
KEE Spray Seal has acquired two new bitumen sprayers and two bitumen trailers from Matthews Brothers to add to the expanding fleet. The team has been very busy, travelling all over the Southwest and Wheatbelt areas, completing works for Bill Gibbs Excavations, Service Stream, Fulton Hogan and Stabilised Pavements Australia. KEE provided spray seal treatment to the shoulder widenings, and completed stabilised patching and full road reconstructions on the Albany Denmark Road.
KEE Profiling has been fully engaged with our asphalt and spray crews on nightshift around the Perth metropolitan area. By using two x 2m profilers on the DM Roads Annual Resurfacing Project, they were able to maximise production on the Reid Highway projects. The crews were profiling, sealing and asphalting 3,000 – 4000m2 per shift, and reduced the program and public impacts by a whopping six shifts! Well done team.
Anthony Lee, KEE Surfacing