Pope Earthmoving was established by Garry Pope in 2007 as a 100% Australian family owned business. Garry started Contracting as an owner-operator with his first D7E Dozer around Townsville. Garry also established himself as a mobile Boiler Making initially with a welder and generator on the back of his Ute. Over the years Pope Earthmoving has invested in modern equipment and machinery, and a large multi-purpose Workshop in Black River, Townsville.
Customers continue to rely of Pope Earthmoving year after year and by word-of-mouth the business has grown. Customers put their trust in Pope Earthmoving because they understand that we provide a service of exceptional standard and that we work hard to provide value for money.
Within all aspects of Pope Earthmoving you will find us friendly, approachable and honest. We are happy to listen to Customer’s plans for future projects and provide our opinion about how if might best be done. We can also recommend other Earthmoving Contractors for jobs outside of our Scope of Work.
Pope Earthmoving prides itself on Occupational Health and Safety and Risk Management to keep ourselves, our customers, and the public safe. We use JSA and Work Method Statements, personal protective equipment (PPE), correct handling of hazardous substances, and an excellent standard of communication, reporting and emergency procedures. Employees are insured through Workcover Queensland.
Current accreditation and licensing are maintained by Pope Earthmoving. This includes Blue Cards for civil contracts, vehicle and machinery registration, insurance, and public liability.
At Pope Earthmoving we comply with current Legislation and are up to date with recent changes regarding timber clearing. We communicate openly with government departments such as DERM to gain approval for jobs that involve clearing of timber and work in and around a natural water course and for information regarding your property’s PMAIV and Zone Maps.
We continually improve our business performance and conduct operations in an environmentally responsible manner. We commit to fostering the sustainable use of the Earth’s resources by “treading lightly”, recognising the approach of Australia’s Indigenous people in minimising our impact on the land.