The Kypreos Group is a great example of the Australian spirit. The original civil engineering company was founded by George Kypreos in 1970 on a foundation of honesty and quality workmanship and has since delivered on the most challenging engineering projects. Read more
Nace Civil Engineering’s quality of work is highly regarded by leading professional organisations and has allowed us to be involved in the construction of all major motor ways in and around Sydney and throughout NSW, including; the F5, M7 and MR92. Visit website
State Asphalts NSW is a specialised asphalt production company and is responsible for manufacturing and selling a wide range of asphalt products, supplying asphalt products to residential, commercial and government organisations.
Sydney Road Profiling state-of-the-art fleet of profilers offer a competitive edge in road construction and maintenance works incorporating the latest technology in automated leveling systems such as 3D cutting and sonic averaging systems.
State Asphalt Services is highly regarded in the industry and recent high profile projects completed include the Westlink M7, Lane Cove Tunnel, Windsor Rd Upgrades, the Parramatta to Rouse Hill Bus Transitway, Sydney Airport A380 Upgrade and the M5 Widening. Visit website
Kypter is a plant equipment hire and transport company specializing in haulage and earth moving equipment. The company manages a suite of elite assets and is responsible for their acquisition, maintenance and usage.
Nace were recently awarded Camden Valley Way (Stage 2) from 680m South of Raby Road to Cobbitty Road. The project involves the upgrade of a length of approximately 3 kilometres of existing two lane single carriageway roadway to dual carriageway.
Nace successfully completed Erskine Park Link. Erskine Park Link Road now provides a vital link to the NSW Government's Western Sydney Employment Area and the M4 and M7 Motorways.
The project involves the design and construction of the Foxground and Berry Bypass. The Foxground and Berry Bypass is approximately the middle third of the Princess Highway upgrade between Gerringong and Bomaderry and consists of 11.6km of four lane highway with median separation including 6.6km of new highway with bypasses of the Foxground bends and Berry township.
SAS were recently awarded the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) asphalt and related works maintenance contract. This is the second consecutive term that SAS has been awarded this contract.