Monford Plant Hire owns, operates and maintains a comprehensive fleet of construction plant and equipment, which is supported by a fully equipped workshop and in-house maintenance team to ensure the highest standards of safety and reliability. We use telematics to capture real-time data on all our plant and equipment, which allows us to closely monitor and report on the assets, activity and therefore maximise their life and efficiency.
Monford Plant Hire, based in Canning Vale, Western Australia, have a range of plant and equipment available for hire such as Vermeer T955 trencher, Graders, Posi tracks, standard excavator hire, loader hire, water cart hire, and much more all available for wet and dry hire in Perth and surrounding area.
We specialise in plant and equipment hire, infrastructure, building construction, energy, personnel management, earthworks, roads and oil and gas sectors to clients operating throughout Canning Vale, Perth and surrounds.
We own and operate a large fleet of machines from leading brands such as Caterpillar and have an extensive operational experience.
We have an extensive fleet available for hire - just ask us! This includes:
We are located in Canning Vale in Western Australia and we can service Perth and local surrounds.
Our experience expands from successfully completed major infrastructure projects, Monford provides diverse services for bridges, buildings, earthworks, land development, walls, non-process infrastructure, pipelines, pre-cast concrete, rail infrastructure, roads, utility infrastructure and water infrastructure.
We are committed to continuous improvement, Monford’s integrated, streamlined manufacturing processes and techniques help our clients successfully and efficiently deliver their projects in the local Perth area.
Give us a call today for your next project.
Construction Plant and Equipment hire for Earthmoving and Construction including:
Working across major projects, Monford Plant Hire provides services for:
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