Bahrain Asphalt


Bahrain Asphalt (BA), was established in the 1960s as the first asphalt contractor in Bahrain. Today, it is considered a leader in the implementation of prestigious projects in the public and private sectors. BA operates to the highest international standards and enjoys ratification by Bureau Veritas since 2005 for its dedication in maintaining quality and safety in all its operations. The company is a pioneer in the fields of production, research and development and is fully equipped with modern laboratories and test equipments under the supervision of qualified engineers and technicians. It is the first company in Bahrain to produce Polymer Modified Bitumen (PMB). The company has worked on a range of major projects like Bahrain International Airport, Bahrain International Circuit, third crossing of Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman Bridge, new runway and associated facilities in Sakhir Airbase, North Manama Causeway, and many more.



  • North Manama Causeway
  • Bahrain International Airport
  • Sakhir Airbase
  • Sheikh Isa Bin Salman Causeway
  • Sheikh Khalifa Bin Salman Causeway
  • Bahrain International Circuit
  • Dukhan Highway (Qatar)
  • Sanad Junction
  • Salmabad Junction
  • Diplomatic Area Junction

Wet Mix Plants

Bahrain Asphalt’s Wet Mix Plants meets the demands of contract specific material specifications as equipped with a fully automatic control panel, produce homogeneous blended aggregates with the controlled addition of sand, cement, aggregates and water to produce a range of specialized aggregates and cement bound sub-base materials, with an output up to 240 tons per hour per plant.

Stone Crusher Plants

Bahrain Asphalt established their first stone crushing plant in 1968 in Sanabis area, before relocating to Asker in 1977. The modern facilities allow Bahrain Asphalt to produce a wide range of aggregate products which include:

General Type B fill, Type A Road-base, Modified Type A Road-base, and a full range of single size aggregates for use in drainage and sewer construction. As well as Limestone dust for tile grout production.