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Rio Tinto’s Silvergrass East Project: Slipform Concrete Conveyor Footing

26 June 2018

  Dowsing Group constructed 8.4 km of slipform concrete overland conveyor footing at Rio Tinto’s Silvergrass East iron ore mine, which opened in 2017. 
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How GPS Technology Improves Slipform Paving Construction in Australia

30 May 2018

  Slipform paving is a high performance concrete construction method producing a superior quality and consistent finish.
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Dowsing’s Commitment to Continual Improvement - AS & ISO Accreditations

21 May 2018

Our ISO and Australian Standard accreditations were a significant undertaking but the benefit of our hard work was realised in December 2017 when we became one of the ISO certified construction companies in Australia.
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Does having a slipform concrete machine guarantee the best outcome?

24 April 2018

There’s no doubt that the use of slipform concrete has completely changed the concrete construction industry in Perth. Here are a few key reasons:
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Dowsing adds to slipform concrete fleet

20 April 2018

Dowsing has now taken delivery of a new Wirtgen SP 25 slipform paver to add to our growing slipform concrete fleet. This new addition brings Dowsing’s slipform fleet to three machines, the largest in Western Australia. ...
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Case study: Newman Townsite drainage Infrastructure Upgrade

26 March 2018

Dowsing undertook Stage 2 of the upgrade to the Newman Townsite drainage infrastructure on behalf of the Shire of East Pilbara. The project involved removal of old infrastructure (stormwater pipes, pits, footpaths and ...
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Koondoola Park: Concrete Footpath, Civil Works, Project Management

20 March 2018

The City of Wanneroo chose Dowsing for upgrade works to the existing Koondoola Public Park to add a dual use concrete footpath within the park to provide better connection for the surrounding community to the Koondoola ...
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Collie Motorplex: Slipform Concrete Crash Barriers

07 March 2018

Collie Motorplex, a racing organisation in WA’s South West, was undertaking an extension to its race track and needed approximately 910 metres of new concrete crash barriers. The crash barriers needed to be compliant ...
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Advantages of Recycled Asphalt Paving in the Road Profiling Process

23 February 2018

The effects of climate change and the need to limit damage to the environment means that every industry needs to take on the responsibility of reducing its impact on the environment.  Among other measures, the ...
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How to resurface a road without upsetting the residents

16 February 2018

When your road profiling project is in an existing built environment it is absolutely essential to use a contractor that knows how to resurface a road without upsetting the residents.
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