This project was an overlay of the existing seal, updating the surface from the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse towards Dunsborough.
This project was part of a major upgrade for the Busselton Hospital site, carparks and associated intersection with Bussell Highway.
This major intersection project was completed in record time using a 24 hour shift technique to minimise impact on traffic movement for the City of Bunbury.
The client required extra material in order to correct the existing surface to a level acceptable to join a car park extension with the existing road, the growing schools (Donnybrook Primary School & Donnybrook District High School – Middle School), are now far less congested during pick up and drop off.
This project was Standard Mill and Fill asphalt work where the existing surface had failed at Stirton Court, South Bunbury.
An intense building site job with an unwavering deadline. This was a challenging project that showed what can be achieved when the pressure is on.
This project was undertaken east of the Quindalup Boat Ramp on Geographe Bay Road between the Campion Way Intersection (East) and the Eastern cul-de-sac of Geographe Bay Road. The City of Busselton’s surgical approach to operations ensured that Malatesta easily delivered on time and on budget.
This project was undertaken for City Gate Properties at 63 Spencer Street Bunbury where Covs is currently located. The project involved the supply and lay of red asphalt for the property driveway and carpark.
This project is the final link between Nannup and Sue’s Road, which is a major milestone for the region.
Malatesta rendered Asphalt services whereby 126,000m² of asphalt was laid in a matter of months. This project provided an important link between the Industrial and Rail sites in the Picton and Davenport areas with the Bunbury Port.