KEE Surfacing: News In Brief
This quarter, we have invested in updating our crew trucks with additional safety equipment. We have implemented smart Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) systems on all crew vehicles, to prioritise our continuing commitment to safety.
As part of our safety initiative, and in addition to our profiling machines, perimeter lighting has now been installed on our paving machines, to ensure exclusion zones are clearly identified.
In November, Team KEE (pictured) competed in the prestigious AAPA Golf Day, at Wembley Golf Course. The whole industry looks forward to this yearly event, where everyone gets to have a bit of banter between fellow surfacing companies while enjoying the green. We were very happy to come away as the winning team, not only in the men’s division but also in the women’s division.
All of our teams have been very busy in the last few months. KEE Spray Seal has been on a big campaign up in the Pilbara and is also currently in Williams sealing 140 kilometres of shoulder widenings from Williams to Armadale.
KEE Profiling has started nightshift on DownerMouchel, and on the freeway with 70 shifts set until completion. KEE Asphalt has been busy with night works, local government, and new works across the state.
Next year’s forecast of projects looks very promising for the whole industry.
Words by Teokotai (Bumpy) Samuel, KEE Surfacing
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