Roadside Services and Solutions new Lonsdale facility was recently opened to a visit by members of the IPWEA (Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia).
Roadside’s expanding operations in Victoria, South Australia and the Northern Territory has seen it move to larger and newer premises which have been retrofitted with equipment to accommodate the company’s growing client base needs.
The more than 70 members of the IPWEA and local government employees were hosted by South Australia and Northern Territory Director Craig Woods and his team. Sales Executive Justin Angus, Business Development Sales Executive Kim Poole, Sign Manufacturing and Specifications Manager Ben Dickson and engineers Lucky Singh and Ricky Low provided attendees first-hand knowledge of Roadside’s capability in the delivery of products, services, capacity and capabilities, as well as an introduction to the company’s engineering innovation capabilities.
The tour of the signs manufacturing plant showcased the depth and breadth of manufacturing Roadside undertakes in South Australia. In the civil works division, Roadside management were proud to showcase the state-of-the-art mobile fleet which has been replaced with an all-new fleet in the last 12 months, to provide clients a one-stop roads and civils works service.
The afternoon finished with networking drinks and eats.