$100m road sealing contract awarded to five contractors in Northern Territory

Boral Asphalt, Downer EDI Works, F&J Bitumen Services, fulton hogan, Northern Territory, NT Bitumen and Asphalt,

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Downer, Boral Asphalt NT, F&J Bitumen Services, NT Bitumen and Asphalt, Top Coat Asphalt and Fulton Hogan have been awarded a $100m panel contract to ensure regular bitumen resurfacing across Northern Territory’s road networks.

The Territory Labor Government has awarded a $100 million panel contract to five contractors over the next 5 years to ensure quick, responsive and regular bitumen resurfacing works across the Northern Territory’s road networks.

The businesses that have won the panel contract include Downer EDI Works, Boral Asphalt NT, F & J Bitumen Services, NT Bitumen and Asphalt, Top Coat Asphalt and Fulton Hogan Industries.

The bituminous works will be carried out in all of the NT’s regions including Central Australia, the Barkly, Big Rivers, Top End regions and include urban roads in Darwin, Palmerston and Litchfield.

The contract is split into a series of schedules and includes large asphalt works, large resealing works, smaller asphalt works such as footpaths and carparks as well as smaller resealing jobs.

The panel contract cuts red tape, saves businesses time and ensures asphalting, sealing and resealing works can be rolled out when and where they are needed while still ensuring all Territory businesses can tender for works.

“In the Territory our roads are vital lifelines that connect communities, and provide work for Territorians and their families,” says Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Joel Bowden.

“The Territory Labor Government is ensuring quick response time for roads that are damaged and impacted by weather events,” says Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Joel Bowden.

“Sealing roads across the breadth of the Northern Territory is a priority of the Territory Labor Government and makes our roads safer for Territorians and visitors,” says Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Joel Bowden.

“We will continue to invest in our roads, to ensure we continue to improve year round connectivity and unlock economic opportunities here in the NT,” says Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Joel Bowden.

Source: Northern Territory Government 2024

Image Source: Northern Territory Government 2024

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