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Meet Our Fleet

We're proud of our pristine fleet of high quality excavation equipment and vehicles. We have what you need for your job.

Dozers

Bulldozers are strong machines that mainly assist with pushing, digging, excavating, and levelling materials like soil and debris at a work site. Dozers are used in road building, farming, mines, quarries, engineering projects, construction and wrecking. Consisting of large, heavy blades in the front that push material. Dozers can be used for very hard soils […]

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Excavators

Excavators are popular earthmoving vehicles that feature a bucket, arm, rotating cab, and movable tracks. These components provide superior digging power and mobility, allowing this heavy equipment to perform a variety of functions, from digging trenches and holes to lifting away waste and excavating mines. Excavators are also used for forestry work and landscaping and […]

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Graders

Graders are construction machines with a long blade used to scrape off the topsoil. They can also be used on an angle to form a drainage well. Certain graders can operate multiple attachments or be designed for specialised tasks. Graders are often used alongside scrapers and dozers. Graders are used in civil construction, road works […]

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Rollers

Rollers or Compactors are engineering vehicles used to compact soil, gravel, concrete or asphalt in road construction. Other common uses are at landfills and in agriculture. Rollers can be used to flatten and level out uneven ground and roadways, compacting small bumps in the soil base for roadways. Sheepsfoot or Padfoot Rollers have lots of […]

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Loaders

Loaders are heavy equipment machines used in construction to move aside or load materials such as asphalt, demolition debris, dirt, snow, feed, gravel, logs, raw materials, recycled material, rock, sand, woodchips, etc into or onto another type of machinery. Loaders can also accompany other machines to lay pipes and dig into the soil. Loaders are […]

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Skid-steer/Bobcats

Skid-steer Loaders are small, rigid-frame, engine-powered machines with lift arms used to attach a wide variety of labour-saving tools or attachments including a Trencher, Slasher, Auger, Pallet forks and Broom. Projects we have used a skid-steer on include: Building pads, Horse Arenas, Trenches.

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Trucks: Tippers

Tippers are trucks having a rear platform which can be raised at its front end, thus enabling a load to be discharged. We use Tippers to cart material from one place to another. Tippers are used to cart a variety of materials, such as dirt and gravel for civil and mining works.

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Trucks: Watercarts

Water Carts and Water Trucks are specialised water carrying vehicles used across a range of construction and mining activities. There are often a series of spray nozzles used to spray water for use in dust control, road construction and environmental rehabilitation. Watercarts are used alongside a variety of other machines enabling them to achieve maximum […]

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Trucks: Prime Movers

Prime Movers are heavy duty towing engines providing motive power for hauling a towed or trailered load. Prime Movers are used in a wide variety of projects we have undertaken including civil, construction and mining works.  

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Trailers: Low Loaders

A low loader trailer is a trailer that drops in deck height after the hitch and then rises again before the wheels. These are used to allow carting of heavy machinery that other trailers legally are unable to. We use low loaders to cart machinery such as bulldozers and excavators.

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Trailers: Dollies

A dolly is a small trailer comprising of a turntable which is linked to the rear of a trailer and therefore enabling another trailer to attach and giving room for more capacity.

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Trailers: Dogs

Dog trailers have 2 axles, one at the rear and one at the front.

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