ork on all projects have continued to run quite smoothly over recent months which goes to show how hard our operators and supervisors are working. Work at Suez (Kemps Creek), Bingo (Erskine Park), Austral (Plant 1, 2 and 3) and CSR (Horsley Park) are ongoing. Meanwhile, work at Mulgoa Sanctuary is complete, for now. We’re also proud to announce that we secured a 5-year contract to build layered stockpiles for PGH Bricks & Pavers in all of their Sydney based brick plants.
This year, we have been working toward updating our equipment. Earlier in the year, we purchased six brand new Volvo A45 Articulated Dump Trucks to add to our growing fleet. These new machines are capable of carrying up to 45 tonnes, designed for heavy haulage in off-road situations, and are equipped with modern technology for ease of operation. It’s no doubt that the Operators are enjoying these new additions.
As well as the six new Dump Trucks, we also welcomed two new Excavators – The Caterpillar 352 and 336. These Excavators are equipped with numerous modern features, in particular CAT 336, which is equipped with GPS integrated technology.
This modern GPS feature assists with many aspects of machine operation, for example, it has the ability to calculate guidance of depth, horizontal distance to grade and slope.
A special mention to the crew working at Patons Lane, for their amazing achievements lately. Also, congratulations to those at Suez – Kemps Creek, for their hard work in recently completing another waste cell.
We would also like to welcome some of the newest members to the team – Brook Dean, Dean Elmazri, Sue Maxwell, Janelle Cruz and Marco Ciandomenico.
Mulgoa Quarries have consciously been working toward welcoming more women into the team, and its great to see these women apart of our business. We look forward to seeing the girls out and about on site.
It’s fantastic to see everyone working hard and achieving great things. Well done everyone!