Working in regional South Australia, DRASOL workers encounter a wide range of native wildlife. One such example is the Missulena occatoria also known as the Red-Headed Mouse Spider, discovered in the paddocks around Berri.
Despite the disruption and challenges that COVID19 has caused over the past year, DRASOL continues to operate successfully in the Civil, Rail & Solar industries.
Meet DRASOL’s well loved warehouse cat – AJ. Often found sleeping on her dedicated office chair or sunning herself on the bonnet of a vehicle. AJ will wander the warehouse popping into offices for a”meow” and a stroke of the neck.
Despite the challenges of the summer heat, flies and dust, working as a team for DRASOL gets the job done.
What looked like the perfect job, turned out to be just that! With day one site inductions and pre-start meetings complete, the DRASOL construction crew of nine got off to a flying start by laying out a large portion of the field and installing five of the single-axis trackers by days end. Fast-forward nineteen days […]
DRASOL has acquired a new JCB Telehandler and Polaris All Terrain Vehicle to help in the successful completion of the Deakin University’s Solar Farm. Increasing their fleet of material handling equipment to 11.
After a long drive, which took all of two days to travel to the remote Nova Nickel-Copper Mine, located near Fraser Range in Western Australia, followed by the mandatory site inductions and establishment processes, work commenced on this 6Mw Solar Farm. DRASOL’s initially small crew of eight got off to a good start with 50% […]