If you’re a fan of clean lines and symmetry, this road construction video will surely satisfy your weird and wonderful cravings.
When we think of road construction, we think of long queues, traffic cones and general time wasting and inconvenience. However, in this outback location in Australia, a talented filmmaker decided to capture the actual process of road construction via drone, in a new country location in the region of Shire of Moora.
The area was once previously inaccessible by road, however, now the area is covered in a sleek, paved surface to ride the country wind. Seen in the video, we see the blast of hot tar by a single one-way spreader truck. Followed by this, three separate dump-trucks carry the asphalt to cover the sticky surface, cementing the newly paved road in a continuous line. To secure any loose gravel, the final process sees three separate roller trucks, forcing the mix together for a strong and weather-proof seal.