History
1970 George Kypreos established Kypreos Civil Engineering; now known as The Kypreos Group of Companies.
1980 Kypreos Civil Engineering purchased their first concrete paver (Gomaco) which is still in operation today.
1985 Kypreos moved offices from Hurlston Park to Wetherill Park in order to house the growing business.
1990 Kypreos purchased a Guntert & Zimmerman multilane paver along with a 4.5m3 split drum mobile concrete batch plant.
1995 Between 1995 and 2000, Kypreos was responsible for the upgrade of Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport of the 2000 Olympics.
1999 Nace built an asphalt plant in Prestons to support the growing asphalt market in Sydney.
2000 State Asphalts was established, taking on all asphalt production activities for Nace.
2001 State Asphalts produced its first tonne of asphalt at the Prestons plant and State Asphalt Services came into existence.
2006 The Kypreos Group of Companies moved to its current location and were were successfully awarded the widening of approximately 15km of the F5.
2007 The most recent edition to the Kypreos Group of Companies, Sydney Road Profiling was established.
2010 A Spray Sealing division was added to the group’s capability making the Group a complete self-performing civil engineering contractor.
2012 - PRESENT State Asphalts purchased a mobile asphalt plant to manage the demand of asphalt for rural projects.
Company History

1970

1970

George Kypreos established Kypreos Civil Engineering; now known as The Kypreos Group of Companies.

 
1975

Successfully contracted to Ryde Municipality, Kypreos began constructing shoulders and roads throughout the municipality as part of an upgrade of the area. Kypreos also carried other works for many other Government Departments.

 
1976
1976

During the late seventies, Kypreos Civil Engineering undertook a large amount of work within the airport sector. This included upgrading the taxi ways and runways at both Sydney Kingsford Smith and Bankstown Airports.

 
1978

In conjunction with the Australian and NSW Government, the Department of Main Roads awarded the upgrade of the Great Western Highway to Kypreos Civil Engineering who carried out a significant section between the Nepean River and Glenbrook.

 
1980

Kypreos Civil Engineering purchased their first concrete paver (Gomaco) which is still in operation today.

During the early ‘80s, Kypreos Civil Engineering was responsible for a number of pivotal highway upgrades in NSW. These included the Great Western Highway at Prospect and Glenbrook as well as the Cumberland Highway.

 
1985

Kypreos moved offices from Hurlston Park to Wetherill Park in order to house the growing business.

 
1989

In 1989, Kypreos was commissioned to develop stage two of the RAAF Richmond base apron and was also responsible for the refurbishment of Sydney’s Hyde Park; including the Pool of Remembrance.

 
1990
1990

Kypreos purchased a Guntert & Zimmerman multilane paver along with a 4.5m3 split drum mobile concrete batch plant which were utilised for a number of roadwork projects in the early ‘90s such as Cullerin Bypass and beyond.

During 1990 construction of security services and the refurbishment of the wharf at Admiralty House was also completed; a project that was managed and transported by barges on the harbour.

 
1992

With a growing company profile, roadwork projects thrived with the road widening of the F4 Freeway which included the widening of 3 bridges between Strathfield and Silverwater Rd. There were also various other roadwork’s completed along the Great Western Highway. Following these projects was the reconstruction of the Pacific Highway Coffs Harbour and then the concrete paving of the Gore Hill Freeway.

 
1993

Kypreos was responsible for the construction of the City West Link in Lilyfield; one of the most high profile roadworks projects at the time.

 
1995

Between 1995 and 2000, Kypreos was responsible for the upgrade of Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport of the 2000 Olympics. Nace was also tasked with the construction of the parts of the Olympic rowing facility at Penrith Lakes for the Sydney 2000 Olympics. After establishing Nace Civil Engineering, the company moved to Prestons, close to its current location.

 
1999
1999

Nace built an asphalt plant in Prestons to support the growing asphalt market in Sydney.

 
2000

State Asphalts was established, taking on all asphalt production activities for Nace.

 
2001

State Asphalts produced its first tonne of asphalt at the Prestons plant and State Asphalt Services (its asphalt laying division) came into existence which became the contracting arm of the asphalt operation. It working closely with State Asphalts providing the complete asphalt solution.

 
2003
2003

In preparation for the A380 Airbus “superjumbo jet”, Nace was responsible for taxiway and runway widening, a project conducted while the Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport remained fully operational.

With the specialised asphalt services now in full operation, the Kypreos Group of Companies managed the supply and placement of asphalt for the airport. In addition, the Old Prince Henry Hospital development in Little Bay commenced.

 
2006

The Kypreos Group of Companies moved to its current location and were successfully awarded the widening of approximately 15km of the F5.

 
2007

The most recent edition to the Kypreos Group of Companies, Sydney Road Profiling was established.

State Asphalt Services also embarked on a long-term project with the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC) involving the supply and placement of asphalt including profiling and traffic control management.

 
2010

A Spray Sealing division was added to the group’s capability making the Group a complete self-performing civil engineering contractor.

 
2012
2012

State Asphalts purchased a mobile asphalt plant to manage the demand of asphalt for rural projects.

Sydney Road Profiling were responsible for the road profiling of the Sydney Harbour Bridge; with critical structural and environmental factors to consider.

 

2013

State Asphalts NSW established a licenced recycling facility for recovered Asphalt Pavement in Prestons NSW 

 
2012
2015

State Asphalts NSW commissioned a new stationary Asphalt Plant in South Nowra.

 
2016

State Asphalts NSW is in the process of developing and establishing an additional permanent asphalt manufacturing facility in the Penrith area.

In addition State Asphalts NSW completed the upgrade of its licensed recycling facility.

 

 

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