Concrete cutting, drilling and removal specialist Lowery Supa Cutters Ltd not only offers half century of experience in its field, but is also an acknowledged leader in health and safety, good environmental practice, innovative solutions and industry involvement.
The company, based in Auckland and Wellington, works in the residential, commercial, and civil construction markets. With around 20 operators in the field, sales representative Kail Watson says it is able to service each part of the market and maintain service timelines with customers.
“No project is too big or too small. We’re committed to delivering successful results on time, every time. Whether it’s completing expansion cuts on the foundation pad of your new dream home or cutting and drilling on construction sites, we have the people, tools and skills to meet all concrete cutting, drilling and removal requirements,” he says.
According to Mr Watson, Lowery is frequently approached for competitive pricing. “We commonly win competitive jobs as we have the most complete range of equipment in New Zealand. We find by using the correct equipment, jobs are completed faster and more cost effectively, to the surprise of many customers.
“Coupled with a large team, Lowery is able to service all customer requirements,” he says.
Mr Watson says Lowery is also the only concrete cutting and drilling company in New Zealand with Workplace Safe Management Practices Programme accreditation.
The company has a comprehensive Health and Safety Policy with ACC accreditation, is a member of SiteSafe, and field staff complete the New Zealand Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association’s safety courses.
Its environmental policy, including a unique system it developed to dispose of concrete slurry safely, won it the North Shore City Council’s Business Excellence Award in 2004 for Excellence in Environmental Management, and Platinum level Enviro-Smart achievement in 2006.
The company is committed to help grow the construction and concrete cutting and drilling sector, and is currently working with the BCITO and the construction industry to develop a NZQA National Certificate to recognise skills in the industry.
Lowery works daily in the greater Wellington and Auckland regions, as well as throughout New Zealand and in the Asia Pacific region on a project basis.