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Polyroad Projects

Reports of Projects using Polymix are posted here as they become available. An overview of each project is provided on this page with a link to more information.

Mc Namara Rd – Mt Isa Haul road

Devereux Creek Road Mackay

Morehead River, Queensland

Flooding as a result of Cyclone Larry. April 2006.

Lind Highway, north of Charters Towers Queensland

Stabilised with Polyroad in October 2005. 

Rovaniemi & Maalahden, Finland

Stabilised with Polyroad in October 2005. 

Newell Highway, Southern New South Wales

Example locations stabilised with Polyroad since 1995. 

Sunny Corner (east of Bathurst), New South Wales

Stabilised with Polyroad in May 2005. 

Queenstown, New Zealand

Stabilised with Polyroad in December 2004. 

Evans Shire Council NSW Project: Use of Polymer Stabilisation

In June 2003, Evans Shire Council evaluated Polyroad as a pavement stabiliser for one of Council’s local roads, Triangle Flat Road, Rockley to Trunkey. Based on economic grounds and pre-construction tests results, Council chose to proceed with Polyroad stabilisation. 

Taree Airport Project

Polymer-stabilisation of a section of the Taree runway is one of the earlier Australian examples of this type of rehabilitation treatment.

Port Botany Container Yard

Polyroad Tested in Lapland

New Concrete System

Polyroad – Yet Another Alternative

In late 2000/early 2001, a project on the Winton – Hughenden road suffered significant distress, very early in the life of the pavement (in fact, one section had severe wheel rutting as a result of construction traffic).

Yass Shire Council Project Update

In 1996 Yass Shire Council began evaluation of Polyroad as a pavement stabiliser in heavy patching work on two RTA Main Roads (MR84 & MR56) maintained by the Shire. The results were so encouraging that Council now use Polyroad for both general road rehabilitation and maintenance patching on its own shire roads and on RTA roads.