Video: Asphalt Reinforcement of Australian Runway

​The Roma Airport in Queensland, Australia, manages around 100 arrivals and departures each week, including many that are vital to energy and resource industry work, such as coal seam gas in the Surat Basin. Because of the industry tie-ins, the annual passenger volume can vary significantly, from roughly 75,000 passengers per year up to 240,000+. To handle the fluctuations and ensure long-term safety and support, the airport has invested regularly in new facilities. In 2018, Roma Airport initiated a multi-million dollar upgrade, with the focus being on an asphalt overlay system improvement for the entire 30m width of the runway. The site also upgraded line marking, runway shoulder works, taxiways, and apron pavements. The Maranoa Regional Council, with additional funding support...

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