Whatever your project, big or small, whether it’s for construction, landscaping, agriculture, mining, oil & gas, utilities, or even a public road project – you will require reliable earthmoving equipment.
Earth-moving equipment is versatile and can be used for a wide range of earthworks, including laying foundations, grading soil, removing dirt and rocks, digging trenches and even demolition works.
Not only should the machine you hire, be able to do the work, but these complex machines are operated by professionals. Therefore, it’s imperative that you find the right contractor for your project.
This is where World Impact Suppliers shines, we provide superb high quality and an industry standard of expert professionalism.
Do complete and accurate research on appropriate earthmoving contractors in your region. You should find more than one to compare. Most will have client testimonials or reviews on their websites. List the ones that match your requirements the best and reach out to them to quote for your project.
After receiving the quotation, create a list of inclusions and exclusions for each contractor. Compare between the group. Now you can decide which inclusions are important to your project and which ones are less important. If some of the contractors are missing vital inclusions, go back to them and ask for a revision of the quotation. This way you won’t exclude a contractor just because they didn’t include something in their original quote. It opens the door for you to negotiate the best price and insure you do not miss something important. This exercise also helps you to clearly communicate your needs to the contractor.
Experience is important, but more important is whether the machinery these professionals work with is well-maintained. Not only has World Impact Suppliers been established in 2010, but our equipment undergoes regular maintenance and daily checks to ensure they are ready to work when needed.
Not only should the machines be handled competently but also be in a good state to ensure minimum downtime for your project. Ensure that the contractor you choose is transparent about the maintenance of their equipment.
Request to see documentation from the potential contractors from their previous projects. Earthmoving projects are quite complex and should be handled safely and on a budget. Assess the potential contractors’ capability, imagination, and innovation. This will also help you to see if they have handled similar projects to yours previously and if they have learned from their past mistakes and possible mishaps. But if the same problem arises, it shows you that they haven’t worked to improve each project.
Not only should your potential contractor have the proper qualifications, but they should also be up to date with any certifications or licensing. World Impact Suppliers are proud to announce that their well-trained operators are equipped with all the necessary documentation and possess valid operator certificates, driver’s licenses, and PPE’s. We maintain the highest industry standards of safety and regulations.
Within this industry, you might need more than one type of earthmoving equipment, based on your needs and the demands of the project. Ensure that the potential contractor can provide you with the correct type of required equipment. At World Impact Suppliers we provide TLBs, Tipper Trucks, Excavators, and Walk-behind Rollers for the successful completion of all your site projects.
This is one thing we all wish we had more of – TIME. Every project has a deadline. Realistically, not every earthmoving contractor will be able to meet your project timeline. It’s thus important to introduce incentives and penalties for not sticking to the timeline in the contract before signing. A contractor who is a bit hesitant, might not be a good fit and you risk working with someone who might not do their best work possible.
Choose a contractor that is open to communicating throughout the project. If they are willing to listen to your ideas and offer their expertise as needed, you will be less frustrated throughout the process. Ask them if they are easy to get a hold of (and by what means such as WhatsApp, email, or phone) plus whether they can provide a timeline schedule of what you should expect from them on a week-to-week basis.