FAQ's

How Do You Maintain Your Large Fleet of Machinery?

At Vernice we prioritise safety. This means that we service our machines regularly to ensure that they are maintained to the highest standards to avoid any breakdowns. We make sure that all our plant operators are highly trained to ensure that they don’t put any unnecessary stress on the machine, which helps to ensure reliability and longevity. 

We maintain a modern fleet of over 90 items of plant and equipment. We regularly upgrade our machines to the most modern models available to make sure that your job is performed efficiently and effectively with the best equipment on the market. We only purchase our plant from the top manufacturers on the market, meaning that our operators are using the latest and most reliable technology available.

How Does Vernice Approach Large Airstrip Construction Projects?

Vernice has a long history of constructing quality airstrips with precision and ease. In 2014 Vernice constructed a large airstrip for Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest. We used our extensive fleet of graders, scrapers and articulated dump trucks to complete this project on time and on budget. This was a project that was customised to our client’s requirements, with consideration for the size of the aircrafts. 

Our team have years of experience in constructing airstrips and we prioritise communication with the client to ensure customer satisfaction. Once work begins we put an emphasis on safety, with a full risk assessment of the worksite completed to ensure the site is safe for all. We will never cut corners when completing a job. For Vernice, the safest method is always the correct method.

Can Vernice Complete Wind Farm Construction and Maintenance?

Vernice recently finished the Badgingarra wind farm project in Western Australia. For this project, we constructed the bases to 42 winder turbines and created a series of access roads. Working alongside Catcon, this project was successfully executed to a high standard. We used a range of plant for this job, including loaders, excavators, graders, water trucks, drum and pad foot rollers, scrapers, dozers and road train side tippers. We will continue to maintain this wind farm project into the future. 

14 of our employees worked on this project, spending over 300 days on site. With the long term experience our employee’s gained through working on this project, Vernice is well positioned to be completing quality work on many wind farm projects in the future. 

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