Hallweld Bennett is active in the areas of manufacture of safe access systems, and manufacture and supply of concrete mixing and batching equipment. Hallweld Bennett commenced operating in 1987, under its present name after amalgamation of two businesses, namely Hallweld, and Bennett Engineering.
Hallweld Bennett today, is engaged in walkway grating fabrication, (which is supplied through another company), and in the design and manufacture of safe access systems, which are used in industrial and commercial areas. The access systems are supplied through an associate unit of Hallweld Bennett, called Titan Access Division.
Hallweld Bennett is also specialised in the manufacture of quality concrete mixing and batching equipment, which is extensively used across Australia and South East Asia in production of concrete blocks and tiles, railway sleepers and for pre cast concrete.
Hallweld Bennett is the Australian representative of Imer, Bibko and Elematic, which are some prime European names in the field of concrete technology.
Some of the ongoing projects of Hallweld Bennett include the Victoria Park race track, Brighton jetty, wineries, canopies and fences to name a few. The concrete division is engaged in manufacture of mixers of various types and capacities, (like the twin shaft mixer and the 28ue agglomerator), and different types of batching equipment.