How do marine and coastal industries minimise their environmental footprint when working near shorelines?

Use of composite matting for temporary beach access and platforms replaces the need for importing fill material and reduces the risk of contamination.

We have supported coastal projects and construction of marine infrastructure with DuraBase Composite Mats.

Not only do the mats interlock together quickly to form a flush 105mm thick surface, they are easily removed, rinsed and reused.

No need to deal with leftover material,  or costly decontamination processes.  

Past applications include:

  • Temporary roadway into soft sand
  • Access through Class A Nature Reserves
  • Temporary docking bay for harbour projects
  • Vehicular barge landings
  • Heavy crane lift platforms for jetty and pontoon installations

 Don't leave your coastal plans floating around, call us today and see how we can get you a solid ground to work off!

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Our Clients and Major Projects

  • CPB
  • John Holland
  • Queensland Rail
  • Powerlink
  • Level Crossing Removal Project
  • Commonwealth Games 2018
  • WCnnx
  • WestGateTunnelProject
  • Santos
  • Chevron
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Origin
  • Arrow Energy
  • QGC
  • Schlumberger
  • Oil Search
  • Weatherford
  • Woodside
  • Spiecapag
  • RioTinto