Affordable Asphalt for a Growing Subdivision

Jul 14, 2017 -- Posted by : Merger

We recently completed the entry road for a property developer in Forrestfield WA.

Forrestfield is a growing community. The area is expecting the new airport -rail link to be in place over the next couple of years, and the Forrestfield Forum Shopping Centre has a new lease on life thanks to the upgrades made by the Hawaiian Group. With all this growth and interest in the area, many savvy landowners are commencing subdivisions to take advantage of the changes. In February, 158 tonne of asphalt was laid over 2200sqm for internal lanes and valley roads off Berkshire Road, Forrestfield.

For this project, we partnered with Civilworks Group

If you require Asphalt services for your subdivision project contact us


What Our Clients Say

KDJFC would like to thank Scott Chatwin, owner of Merger Contracting, who has been kind enough to install a Bitumen path free of charge at KDJFC. Scott has previously been a massive part of the Club as a long-time Coach and has always put his hand up to help out around the Club. His son Brandon finished his journey through the Club only a year or so ago. The bitumen path extends from the existing footpath behind the playground through to the back of the third Interchange box. The Club will now be able to adequately signpost/paint/fence off to ensure people use it rather than walking through current interchange, as it has created massive problems for Coaches and the Club in general. We take this opportunity to thank Scott and highly recommend his Business for any type of Bitumen paving/hard stand anyone may need at their home or Business.
President : Kalamunda and Districts Junior Football Club

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