Since its establishment, Perich has forged a unique position within the highly competitive construction market and the start of 2018 has seen an even greater shift in this position with a breakthrough in the company’s in-house capabilities.
A rarity among middle tier builders, Perich operates a successful in-house civil division – owning and managing a large fleet of advanced machinery and heavy plant items to aid the delivery of its projects. In addition, Perich is equipped with formwork and scaffolding systems to meet all structural requirements on its mid-density projects.
It has been a personal objective for Daren Perich to see that the company is backed with a strong fleet of physical resources, that will benefit the company’s operation and enhance the client experience. The benefits of offering this service in-house extends far beyond cost and time parameters.
Perich’s self-performance and specialised capabilities enables the company to efficiently mobilize within any area of the New South Wales region, without logistical delays associated with hire companies. What’s more, by offering this service in-house, the client is able to feel the added confidence of the company’s complete control at all stages.
Perich Constructions employ’s a team of highly skilled, well trained and fully licensed operators to control the machines on-site activities, and this year has welcomed additional recruits. Senior staff ensure that all plant, equipment and machinery is safe, well-kept and maintained in excellent condition at all times.
Among the fleet of plant and machinery is an assortment of excavators, forklifts, generators, tipper trucks, floats, rollers and recently site offices and containers to meet the varying requirements and schedules of different projects.