Boral Resources is set to revitalise its West Gosford concrete batching plant to increase reliability and efficiency.
Boral Resources has awarded $2.4 million towards the rejuvenation of the company’s West Gosford site in New South Wales.
Used as a concrete batching plant for almost 50 years, the West Gosford site has not received alterations or additions since 1994.
The existing plant will be completely overhauled, with four silos being replaced and a new batching plant support structure to be constructed.
“Boral thanks the Central Coast Council for approving the upgrade of our West Gosford facility which has been contributing to growth and development across the region for a substantial period of time,” said a Boral spokesperson.
“Once implemented, the upgrade will allow us to more reliably and efficiently service both our public and private customers from this central and accessible location.”
The existing site office and amenities building will be knocked down with a portable building unit replacing it.
An extra two open material storage bins will be installed along the site’s northern perimeter, with the storage shed also being relocated to the centre of the site.