Black Butt Pit, 2076 Kingstown Rd, BALALA, 2358
The chance to secure a quality New England resource quarry.
Ward Brothers, in conjunction with Uralla Shire, started Black Butt granite and sandpit in 1989.
Council use the granite as a DGB layer under bitumen, on road construction, and repair work in the council area. NSW’s main roads department used the granite as a DGB on the New England Highway in sections from Guyra to the Moonbi ranges. This granite resource became very popular as an underlay for house and shed foundations in the building industry. Also used for driveways and farm roads. Sand from the pit is used for concrete work, horse arenas, pipe fill, and foundations.
At present, Black Butt pit is supplying material to the Uralla/Armidale area, as well, the material is trucked in B doubles to the Tamworth area for concrete and horse arena works.
In 2018, Ward Bros. organised a geotechnical resource assessment which will be provided with the tender documents.
Following the death of one of the partners, the pit is being sold to wind up the partnership.
- Located 22Km west of Uralla, joining Kingstown Road. Armidale – 44Km. Tamworth 100Km.
- Freehold in two titles operating as one pit.
- Selling as a unit complete with sand processing plant and gen set.
- Deposit of granite, gravel and sand material available approx 485,000m3 to 500,000m3.
- Washing plant through capacity 80-90 tonnes per hour.
- Crusher through capacity 90-100 tonnes per hour.
- Granite gravel used as DGB – road construction and as a base for concrete.
- Sand used for redi-mix concrete – horse arenas – pipe fill.
- Decorative pepple used in landscaping.
- Workshop container – oil container – gear shed and water tank.
- Caravan complete with fittings as office.
For further details or to arrange an inspection, please contact Graham Macdougall on 0412 220 302.
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