Drone pictured at project site.

We are proud to be the holder of the Remote Operators Certificate (ReOC) for drones.


Five years ago it was unheard of to see a drone flying over a jobsite. Now our jobsites are regularly using drones as tools to perform tasks faster, safer and more cost-effectively than before.


There are countless potential applications for drones in our business. Currently we use drones for:

  • Aerial photography
  • Aerial videography
  • Water monitoring
  • Aerial mapping by photogrammetry

Key benefits

  • Readily available
  • High quality, high resolution images
  • Cheaper than conventional aerial photography with a plane or helicopter
  • Low manpower and plant requirements
  • Able to access tight places and get closer to the ground

Allan Garland, one of our Senior Environmental Engineers recently presented at the Australasian Land and Groundwater Association (ALGA) Forum about the use or drones now and in the future.