Kypreos Group of Companies
Contributing to the Growth of Western Sydney

We are helping to bring more jobs and better facilities to Western Sydney

In November 2018, Kypreos Group opened our new $20 million facility of State Asphalt NSW in St Marys, Western Sydney. This new plant officially introduced 50 permanent new jobs for the suburb’s residents and is capable of producing 300 tonnes of asphalt every hour.

This put our name on the map of the larger Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan of the NSW government. The plan has an ambitious goal of transforming the region into one of the largest new employment space in NSW and expanding road and rail networks, linking the future Western Sydney Airport with key surrounding residential and commercial areas.

Keeping Communities Safe

We are striving to build sustainable and safe infrastructure for communities

In asphalt production and services, safety and wellbeing of workers and the public must be ensured from the very first steps to the final product.

Not only do we maintain rigorous standards of training in health and safety practice, but we are also keen to follow global trends in safety and sustainable technologies – such as porous paving to reduce urban run-off.

Making Eco-friendlier Asphalt

We are making asphalt safer and more environmentally sustainable

At Kypreos, we produce and use warm mixed asphalt (WMA) to curb carbon footprints.

We are eager to keep up with innovations in Australia and worldwide to make asphalt eco-friendlier; for instance, incorporating recyclables like plastics and glass into asphalt mixes, which are used to pave driveways, highways, and even airport grounds.

Commissioning of New Asphalt Plant

New Asphalt Plant 

State Asphalts NSW are expanding their capabilities with the building and commissioning of a state-of-the-art Marini Asphalt Batch Production Plant in St Marys.

This will be the second Sydney metro based facility for State Asphalts NSW, and the 5th production plant within NSW.

Awarded Northern Road

Awarded Northern Road Asphalt and Spray Seal Contracts

State Asphalts Services was recently awarded the Asphalt and Spray Seal supply and lay contracts for the Northern Road Upgrade - Stages 2 and 3.

Growth of Haulage Capabilities

Growth of Haulage Capabilities.

State Asphalts NSW has expanded its' haulage capabilities by acquiring a bitumen tanker and two flocon asphalt transport vehicles. This allows State Asphalts NSW to ensure a consistent supply of bitumen and asphalt to its' various asphalt plants and projects.

State Asphalts has also added a Quick Dry Primer (QDP) sprayer to its fleet. This is one of a kind and is fitted with the latest safety technology.

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