Ser­vice and ex­per­tise

Spe­cialised Ser­vices Group prides it­self on de­liv­er­ing the high­est qual­ity of ser­vice and en­sur­ing your project is com­pleted on time and to bud­get.

Waitaki Herald - - LOCAL AND LOVING IT -

Lo­cals, Chris Man­son and Peter Ballantyne set up Spe­cialised Ser­vices Group in Oc­to­ber 2015 and have been pro­vid­ing pro­fes­sional earth­mov­ing and con­tract­ing ser­vices to North Otago busi­nesses ever since.

Both grew up on North Otago farms and are pas­sion­ate about the re­gion and their work - en­joy­ing the va­ri­ety and out­door na­ture of it.

Chris went into the earth­mov­ing busi­ness straight from school while Peter spent eight years in Western Aus­tralia work­ing in the min­ing in­dus­try af­ter com­plet­ing a fit­ting, ma­chin­ist and weld­ing ap­pren­tice­ship at D.A Ire­land Engi­neer­ing while still in Oa­maru.

Their experience in earth­works in­dus­try and a

rep­u­ta­tion for ex­cel­lence has meant a full ’or­der book’ and to­day Spe­cialised Ser­vices Group has grown into a team of seven and is a trusted part­ner on many farm­ing and agri­cul­tural op­er­a­tions.

A large range of ma­chin­ery in­clud­ing spe­cial­ist earth mov­ing equip­ment, means they can find a so­lu­tion to most sit­u­a­tions de­vel­op­ing land, cre­at­ing stock un­der­passes, farm tracks and main­te­nance, or pro­vid­ing solutions for drainage, wa­ter stor­age and ir­ri­ga­tion.

Spe­cialised Ser­vices Group takes its re­spon­si­bil­ity to the en­vi­ron­ment the se­ri­ously and car­ries out strict en­vi­ron­men­tal poli­cies in the plan­ning, strat­egy and use of its earth­works, ir­rgi­ga­tion and engi­neer­ing projects in line with Coun­cil reg­u­la­tions.

Spe­cialised Ser­vices Group is com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing clients with a high level of tech­ni­cal ex­per­tise and giv­ing all clients the same pro­fes­sional ser­vice and at­ten­tion to de­tail re­gard­less of the size of the project.

Spe­cialised Ser­vices Group has a range of equip­ment avail­able for var­i­ous projects.

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