Citywide delivers integrated civil infrastructure, open space and environmental services that enhance community assets and quality of life.

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Citywide's Asphalt Plant

Citywide provided asphalt for approximately 600 kms of road in 2012. From asphalt production to road paving, Citywide offers an integrated solution that exceeds the needs of customers.

Offering both the supply and lay of asphalt, Citywide Infrastructure provides a turnkey solution for major road, laneway, pathway or reinstatement projects.

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News Centre

  • 26.06.2014

    Asphalt Plant Takes the Goal Zero Lead!

    The Citywide Group of companies is committed to the safety of all its employees. As a successful organisation, we always strive for world-class performance in everything we do. Staff safety is no exception. The increasing size and scope of our operations across Australia means that our responsibilities towards safety continue to expand alongside our operations

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  • 06.06.2014

    Technigro honoured to win twice at the Parks and Leisure Australia Awards of Excellence

    Technigro has been named a Regional Winner twice at the Parks and Leisure Australia (PLA) Awards for Excellence. It is a fantastic accomplishment as Technigro were up against competitors, government and industry bodies from across Queensland.

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  • 19.05.2014

    The New Goes Live

    Citywide’s new website has now launched after a 12 month redevelopment phase. The new website is multimedia rich; jam packed full of fresh and engaging content and user-friendly.

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  • 12.05.2014

    Citywide Impresses During Royal Tour

    In a much publicised event, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Australia at the end of April as part of their Asia-Pacific tour. William and Catherine’s whirlwind trip included visits to Sydney, Alice Springs, Brisbane and Canberra.

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  • 07.05.2014

    Helping Schools Safely Manage Trees

    In February this year, an eight year old girl sustained fatal injuries from a falling tree branch at Pitt Town Public School in semi-rural north-western Sydney, New South Wales. Local police inspectors later confirmed that the accident involving the 50-year-old gum tree was unrelated to wind conditions. The tragedy is now the subject of an investigation.

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