Big contribution over 20 years
PROVIDING a unique service to the region displays a pinnacle of innovative change, which not only assists in improving other local businesses, but gives the region a standout point of difference in the contributions available within the local area.
Being a small family owned and operated business that has been contributing to the local community for the past 20 years, Linemasta certainly has a point of difference in its business offerings that set the business apart from others such as line marking works on bus zone areas, car parking areas, custom stencilled school house assembly areas, sports courts, road and pedestrian markings, OHS safety zones as well as wheels stop installation, speed hump installation, carpark signage and bollard installations.
With services that span industrial, commercial and civil construction projects at the core of what they do, Linemasta has had a hand in many recent ongoing largescale local projects including the GV Health redevelopment, the new Greater Shepparton Secondary College, Puckapunyal Military Base, preparing area for the Deniliquin Ute Muster, local and surrounding Bunnings Warehouse stores and works accompanying projects for Greater Shepparton.
Owners and husband and wife, Jarrod and Amanda Harry are great business partners who put their heart and soul into the work they do, and alongside their staff, they strive to continue to take great pride in the business and what it offers the region.
Jarrod said, “We take great pride in knowing we continue to support the growth and development of Greater Shepparton and its surrounds and will continue to do so.
“It is very important that local services like ours continue to exist and grow in our region. We have built many great relationships with other businesses and we work together to continue to support the growth and development of our great region.
“We are always looking to the future needs of the region and ensure that our equipment is top quality and backed by our manufactures. We have an ISO accredited Quality Management System that ensures that we are also looking at the environmental changes and how we can continue to work in ways that have a more positive impact.
“As small business operators we believe that loving what we do, continued hard work, commitment to our community and having a good old fashioned ‘get out there and get it done’ attitude are all really important factors for future success,” Jarrod said.