With the ever-increasing need for quality new buildings and constant home renovations, Build 24/7 Building Solutions has capitalised on the flourishing Melbourne residential market. With over 35 years of experience, Build 24/7 is a Mordialloc-based building company that is owned by Director and Senior Builder Shane Taylor. With operations extending from the city of Melbourne to Portsea, the company provides a variety of premium quality work, including renovations, new builds, office fit-outs, home maintenance and Commercial work.
Blog: Truck Force
Image Car Transport, located in Narre Warren, was founded by Darren Crampsey in 2000 who began sub-contracting for various car-carrying companies using a single Ford F350.
Around 2005 Darren purchased his first Isuzu, and a few years ago he decided to go it alone and hasn’t looked back since - in just a short period the fleet has now grown to encompass four F-Series Isuzus.
Since 2010, iDetect has grown into a leading security solutions company that provides a range of security services for a number of market segments in the building industry, including residential homes, commercial businesses and civil work sites.
Founder and CEO Michael Dunne identified a lack of innovative products, services and technologies within the security marketplace and subsequently developed new integrated systems to fill this void.
Complete Supply, located in Dandenong South, is a family owned and operated business that was established in 1982 by current owner John Taylor. From humble beginnings Complete Fire Supply, along with its sister company Complete Welding Services, is now established as the market leader in the delivery and distribution of pipe, valves, fittings and fabrication to the fire sprinkler and plumbing industry.
Whilst Oz Linemarking is very much an established Australian company, its heritage dates back to New Zealand in 1976, when Eric Clark commenced working at a road marking business which was subsequently purchased with his wife Glennis. Together they formed the company Roadmarkers Waikato (1981) Limited.
Describing Gerald Mammi as a fan of Isuzu vehicles doesn’t do justice to his enthusiasm and passion for the Isuzu brand. Having owned and worked on a variety of Isuzu-branded light commercial vehicles over the years, including Rodeos and Jackaroos; he has seen first hand their incredible durability and reliability.
ADE Turf Equipment, located in Chelsea Heights, supplies specialist golf and turf equipment throughout metro Melbourne and regional Victoria. Managing Director Tim Coram is supported by a team of ten staff which includes two sales staff out on the road promoting and selling ADE’s extensive range of products and services.
Sandbelt Industries is a family-owned business that supplies quality raw materials to the building and construction industry. Founded in 1985 by Theo Kapnoullas, Sandbelt has grown significantly over the 30 plus years in operation and now has its own concrete plant in Somerville that employs 9 staff.
For over 15 years, Transcrete has been supplying a range of quality reinforcing and concreting products to building sites of all sizes. The successful family-run company, which was founded by Andrew and John Pavloff, commenced operations in Dandenong but has since moved to new headquarters at Clayton, where it employs 23 people. Transcrete operates throughout Metropolitan Melbourne, from inner-city to the Peninsula.
For a company that is just over a year old, BDS Civil & Construction has certainly got off to a flying start. Founded by three friends, the company now employs around 50 skilled staff and has already been involved with some of Melbourne’s key rail infrastructure projects.
Build 24/7’s new Isuzu a mobile factory on wheels10th December 2019
Isuzu projects the ideal image for car transport company. 28th October 2019
D-MAX proving the ideal Ute for security company iDetect.28th October 2019
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