Roe Logistics Park


Kenwick, Western Australia



Project Type:


Project Scale:

10,000 m² +

The Roe Logistics Park is a massive industrial complex that boasts a total area of 400,000 square meters. This impressive facility houses some of the biggest names in logistics, warehousing, and mining, including SILK Logistics, Mainfreight, Direct Freight Express, Total Tyres, JB Hi-Fi, and Sandvik Mining Machinery.

One of the key features of the Roe Logistics Park is its use of cutting-edge construction materials, including SLAB-TECT and AQURON 1000. These concrete treatment solutions have been used to ensure the highest levels of concrete curing, surface hardening, and anti-dusting durability for all warehouse floors in the complex.

In addition to its impressive size and world-class construction, the Roe Logistics Park aligns seamlessly with MARKHAM’s ethos of enhancing sustainability while extending the service life of concrete structures. Our core principle “Adding Life to Concrete”, is exemplified through the use of SLAB-TECT and AQURON 1000, which not only bolster the durability of warehouse floors but also contribute to the reduction of maintenance and replacement needs, ultimately diminishing the environmental impact of concrete usage.

Overall, the Roe Logistics Park is a shining example of what can be achieved when innovation, expertise, and a commitment to excellence are brought together in the pursuit of success. With its world-class facilities, cutting-edge technology, and unwavering commitment to sustainability, it is no wonder that so many of the world’s leading companies have chosen to make this impressive complex their home.

Concrete Products & Solutions used.

These related products and concrete solutions were used to protect the concrete of this project.

Complete Commercial Floor Slab Protection | SLAB-TECT
AQURON 1000 - Sustainable Concrete Sealer

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