Tree Clearing in Springfield Lakes

Tree Clearing Services in Springfield Lakes

Tree clearing is a popular service performed across the country with a range of experienced tree clearing contractors in Springfield Lakes. You might be considering tree removal for a variety of reasons ranging from wanting a clear foundation for a new project to removing an old gum in your front yard. In some instances, especially in urban areas, overgrown trees can pose a risk to properties. In this case, tree clearing services performed by a professional is a quick and easy way to get rid of a tree quickly and safely.

As one of the largest online construction hire marketplaces for tree clearing companies in Springfield Lakes, iSeekplant has got you covered for all your tree clearing needs. iSeekplant's online directory enables Springfield Lakes residents to search for affordable rates and hire skilled tree clearing contractors with modern equipment. With contact information provided for your convenience, you can easily reach many tree clearing companies in Springfield Lakes to obtain a quote fast. Take a look at our listings above now.

How Tree Clearing Services Can Benefit You

Hiring a tree removal company makes the hassle of overgrown trees disappear. Trees can cause a lot more damage than you think. For example, the foundation of your house could become weak because of overgrown tree roots. Roots that grow beneath your house can ruin the overall look of your landscape, which could also be damaging property. If your house has a driveway, trees can obstruct your path and can sometimes lead to accidents. This is unsafe for anyone and hiring an expert to safely remove the tree is the wisest thing to do.

There will always be a likelihood that you will have unwanted trees around your house. While they may provide you with nice scenery, they can pose a serious threat as their branches could break at any moment. A tree clearing service can be a great solution to this safety problem. Tree clearing companies have specialists who can take care of unwanted trees inside your property. Moreover, it's not advisable to do the job on your own because you don't have the right resources and expertise to do it.

Find The Best Tree Clearing Contractors Near You

iSeekplant provides the listings for trusted and experienced tree clearing in Springfield Lakes. We’ve assisted projects nationwide by supplying qualified tree clearers. If you can't find any contractors for your location, try viewing our tree clearing contractors in Wacol, Brisbane West, Sumner, Brisbane South or Ipswich. We also provide several related services you might be interested in, such as Arborists, Stump Grinding and Tree Felling.

Latest news in Springfield Lakes, QLD

28th October 2020

2020 QLD Election: Biggest Infrastructure Promises, Controversies and Tips

With the 2020 Queensland State Election just days away, every potential party is scrambling to get their last-minute campaign messages out before the blackout period. Maybe your mailbox is crammed full of shiny flyers, maybe you’ve received a text, or maybe your Youtube ads have been bombarded with political faces and bolded words. No matter who you are, no one has escaped the noise of this election. From rumours of tampered ballot boxes to candidate signs being vandalised, election season has never been more chaotic.

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27th April 2021

$1.96B QLD MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct Approved

Two windfarms and up to 400 jobs in the Southern Downs are a step closer to reality with the State Assessment and Referral Agency giving the green light.Deputy Premier and Planning Minister Steven Miles said Acciona received approval to build the $1.96 billion MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct (the Precinct) at Cement Mills, approximately 40 kilometres south-west of Warwick.“Soon there will be 180 wind turbines in the Darling Downs South West region propelling up to 1026 megawatts of energy into Queensland’s electricity network,” Mr Miles said.“Once operational the MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct is expected to generate enough renewable electricity to supply about 700,000 Queensland homes.“The MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct is set to provide up to 400 local jobs during construction, with an additional 240 jobs for the construction of the 64km transmission line, and 14 fulltime jobs once in operation.“Acciona also expects its local spend during construction to exceed $500 million, which is great news for the Southern Downs, Goondiwindi, and Toowoomba communities.”Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen Mick de Brenni said the project would deliver jobs for Queenslanders.“I’m pleased that Acciona have committed to our Government’s Buy Queensland approach to use a local workforce and suppliers on this $1.96 billion project,” he said.“This will deliver significant economic benefits for the Darling Downs and beyond, and more renewable megawatts as the state works to reach its 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030.“The commitment to a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030 has already enabled more than $9.9 billion of investment since December 2016 and created 7,000 construction jobs.Mr de Brenni said the 103 megawatt Karara Wind Farm, which forms part of the MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct, will be owned and operated by the Government-owned energy generator, CleanCo Queensland.“This will be a central energy generator for CleanCo and will significantly bolster its portfolio of low-emission energy assets – owned by Queensland, for Queensland.”In addition to owning and operating the Karara Wind Farm, CleanCo will also purchase 400 megawatts of renewable energy per year from the MacIntyre Wind Farm.CleanCo CEO Dr Maia Schweizer said the approval is a significant step forward for the project.“CleanCo is proud to be partnering with Acciona to deliver such a significant project in Queensland’s renewable energy landscape,” Dr Schweizer said.“With this project we are harnessing wind with a profile that perfectly complements solar energy - that allows us to provide reliable, affordable low-emissions energy to our large commercial and industrial customers using our unique portfolio, and is an important step toward unlocking Queensland’s potential to generate and use globally competitive clean energy.” Acciona’s Australian Managing Director for Energy, Brett Wickham said the 36,000-hectare MacIntyre windfarm represents the company’s largest ever wind farm.“We are excited to be moving forward with this project and are proud to support the Queensland Government’s decarbonisation strategy.“The Precinct will avoid the emission of nearly 3 million tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.”Part of the Precinct will be developed in partnership with Queensland’s own Ark Energy Corporation. Ark Energy, a subsidiary of Korea Zinc Co. and the Australian vehicle for its clean energy business, has taken a 30 per cent stake in the 923 megawatt MacIntyre Wind Farm exercisable at Final Investment Decision. The approved development of the Precinct includes the 162 turbine MacIntyre project, the smaller 18 turbine Karara project and 64km overhead transmission line to the Powerlink network near Millmerran.Acciona expects to start construction on the MacIntyre Wind Farm Precinct in the second half of this year and be fully operational by 2024.

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11th April 2021

Macmahon Holdings Wins $200m Contract at QLD Dawson Mine

Macmahon Holdings has been awarded a new $200 million contract by Anglo American Australia for mining works at the Dawson metallurgical coal mine in Queensland. The contract award will get Macmahon to deliver surface mining services at the Dawson South operations over a three-year period beginning July 2021. “We are very pleased to be selected for the Dawson South operation by Anglo American, a leading global mining company. We look forward to working very closely with our new client to ensure a smooth transition period and continuity of safe operations. This new project further strengthens our growing east coast presence,” Macmahon Holdings CEO and Managing Director Michael Finnegan said. The Dawson Mine is located in Central Queensland and it is considered as one of the oldest coal mining operations in the region – commencing operations in 1961. The mine is comprised of three operating pits, namely North, Central and South. The Dawson Mine was the first Australian mine to export coal to Japan in 1961 as well as the first mine to introduce the use of draglines in operations in 1963. The Dawson Mine is a joint venture development between Anglo American and Mitsui Holdings, and operated by Anglo American.

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