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Australian Workers Deftly Build 4.9 KM Road in Two Days

A total of 4.9 km was completed over a two-day period.

There is something so captivating about watching workers do construction work, especially when it's done so quickly and so perfectly. If you're one of those people who love to watch constructions, here is a clip of a Western Australia road getting bituminized.

This 2017-video was shot in the small local government area of the Shire of Moore, located in the northern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. The video gained its fame after the council captured the process of the road getting an upgrade.

Reportedly, a total of 4.9 km was completed over a two-day period. The construction was done as a part of a $443,000 upgrade to Airstrip Road. It was funded through Roads to Recovery Funding Program.

The drone footage shows the road being laid down with great precision and expertise. However, probably, the most astonishing part of the video is how quickly it was all done. What a great job done by the roadworks crew!

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