Delivering solutions through the toughest of terrains

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 01 May 2012   Posted by admin


PRIVATELY-owned Goldsprings Earthmoving & Heavy Haulage has been operating for more than 20 years, offering its clients complete solutions in transport logistics, rail and civil industries.
Brothers Mark and Peter Goldspring established the company in 1991 and it rapidly grew from a small owner-operator organisation to a leader in earthworks and transport solutions.
Goldsprings’ heavy haulage aruses Canadian-built Nodwell crawler transport vehicles that are capable of negotiating all terrains including snow, ice, desert sands and swamp and muskeg soil.
The company’s growing heavy haulage fleet comprises 33 prime movers and more than 40 trailers, including floats from seven line down to tri axle, extendable flat and step deck trailers, road train and load
dollies and tilt trays. Employees are versed in all state and territory regulations, insurance and permitting legislations. Goldsprings also offers complete haulage solutions for large-scale projects. Some of the company’s more prominent contracts include the Bunbury to Dampier gas pipeline corridor in WA, the Roma to Moomba gas pipeline in South Australia and the gas pipeline for NACAP in south east Queensland.
Goldsprings’ civil arm owns and operates more than 25 pieces of compliant machinery including specialist Hi-Rail excavators with undercutting, tamping, magnetic and grab attachments. The company
utilises this plant and its numerous sub-contractors to service its internal contracting business and many external clients including: ABI Group, Theiss, LORAC, Baulderstone, John Holland, Downer EDI and more.
All sub-contractors supplied under the Goldspring name are subject to the same high level of safety management employed throughout Goldsprings’ business.
The company’s contracting arm has the capacity to deliver large-scale earthworks projects by combining its available plant resources with experienced engineering and supervisory staff. Projects of note have included: Hunter Valley Operations rail loop reconditioning for contractor Laing O’Rourke; Drayton Rail loop reconditioning for JHG; and new formation construction for the realignment of the main north rail
line at Herons Creek.


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