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South Australia Projects Civil Works Manager grows division’s skills
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February 25, 2021
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Roadside Services welcomes Dawyd Pinter as the Projects Civil Works Manager in South Australia.

(Pictured: Dawyd Pinter (right) discusses the job requirements with South Australia Civil Supervisor Adam Guy at a site in South Australia. The Roadside team is undertaking a facility upgrade at Strathalbyn Race Club. Just completed is a concrete pour on the first two wash bays.)

Roadside’s recently-appointed Projects Civil Works Manager Dawyd Pinter was attracted to working at Roadside because the company’s growth over recent years had grabbed his attention and he knew he wanted to contribute to our growing business success.

Dawyd joined Roadside in mid-February 2021 with the induction process. Dawyd is well known to the Roadside Services and Solutions team as he was formerly a Project Manager for the City of Onkaparinga in South Australia, a role he has held for the past 10 years. 

South Australia and Northern Territory Director Craig Woods had been impressed by Dawyd’s capabilities over the years and was impressed to know Dawyd would consider a role with the growing Roadside team. 

The Projects Civil Works Manager role is a new position in South Australia, created to complement the growth and expansion of Roadside Services and Solutions. 

Roadside’s continuing growth is being further fuelled by the appointment of skilled staff and growing the skills of staff already employed at Roadside.  

Roadside recently supported Civil Supervisor Adam Guy in gaining his Certificate IV in Civil Construction Supervision, bringing more expertise and skills to the Roadside team. 

“The upskilling of our staff members is central to Roadside’s vision for our company as greater skills and expertise allow for a higher quality service to our customers. Roadside’s initiative with Adam Guy opened the door for further upskilling endeavours, including the addition of Dawyd Pinter to the Roadside South Australia team,” Craig Woods says.

“Dawyd’s arrival into the Roadside team also brings further opportunity for upskilling to our other staff members who will be working in this new division. There will be two supervisors and anywhere between 14-16 staff on site daily in this division, including two graduate engineers.

“Dawyd will not only be providing his expertise as a supervisor for the division but will also help expand the skillsets of his team, such as providing civil direction to our graduate engineers. 

Dawyd’s experience as Project Manager at the City of Onkaparinga in South Australia will further enhance Roadside’s ability to better service local council needs for civil projects and other requirements.

Craig Woods says, “Dawyd’s appointment to head our Civil Works Division in South Australia will also help to shine a bigger spotlight on Roadside’s civil business as his experience and knowledge are well-known and respected across South Australia.”  

Roadside has recently completed work for the City of Onkaparinga at the Southport Surf Club which involved working with Dawyd as the client representative for the works and with whom Roadside liaised to deliver the works. The work included building a block wall and paving and concrete works at the Southport Surf Club. 

Dawyd’s expertise and skills will give Roadside the additional boost it needs to fulfill the growing works programs to be delivered for clients this year. 

“Some of our projects include paving and concrete works for the Karoonda East Murray Council and will take up to two months to complete. Other important works in South Australia over the coming months include the riverfront upgrade work for the Berri Barmera Council,” Craig Woods says.

Roadside is committed to provide customers with the best service available from a team of qualified and experienced staff. 

“Roadside has invested heavily in state-of-the-art equipment and machinery and together with our highly skilled workforce we are able to deliver top management, expertise and professional works and projects to our customers,” Craig Woods says.

Through upskilling our staff and creating a company that is more self-sufficient and less reliant on sub-contracting, Roadside can provide a high-quality service from its experienced and skilled staff.  

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