Paul has been contracting for 20 years and has been a full-time fencer for the past 13 years. He has been involved as an employee and as a manager on horse/cattle and sheep operations which has given invaluable insight into all aspects of rural fencing.
Warren has been in the industry for over 18 years in the Ballarat area.
Peter has been in the fencing industry for 30 years and never stops. He has managed huge crews, owned big manufacturing operations, fenced in every climate and environment and is now at the tail end of his career.
Narelle is the Managing Director of a highly successful business.
In 2011 Jennifer Snyders joined her father in the business, bringing a designers skillset with her. Having qualified with a Bachelor of Science (Architecture) and a Bachelor of Architecture from University of NSW Jennifer has understood the incredible but unrealised potential of bamboo and how it can be used across the full breadth of landscaping, […]
Christine runs the business with her husband, the farm at home, as well as raising a young family.
Steve Walters began working as a fencing contractor using the traditional tools of the trade such as the crow bar and shovel, still driving posts into the ground by manual means.
Some innovation comes from necessity. Having recently built a house, Matthew Frisina, the owner of Fence Finish® Industries, realised that the gaps left under his Colorbond® fence were letting in weeds and rubbish from the neighbouring undeveloped block and one day also a snake.
From a mechanic’s apprenticeship with the ADF to a diesel mechanic/fitter with a national waste management company that lead to designing, building and maintaining the first product destruction plant in Brisbane, Andrew Odgers has had a varied career.
Through inventing the world’s first outdoor modular wall in 2002, Nick Holden has empowered fencers to compete with bricklayers in terms of premium products through a simple post and rail system.