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About B & K

Mission Statement:

B&K Revegetation & Landscaping strives to produce outcomes of the highest standard that provide our clients with professional results. We value the health and safety of our staff and contractors and strive to create a safe environment for all. We are committed to caring for the environment and have in place environmental procedures to ensure its protection.

Our Locations:

New South Wales:
B&K Revegetation and Landscaping's New South Wales OfficeB & K is strategically located on the Central Coast NSW, which allows access to markets not only in Sydney and Newcastle but all of NSW. With our base close to the M1 motorway, our workforce is able to access any project when needed and on time. Our staff are supportive of the company and will commit to working on projects that are inter-state or long distance.

Northern Territory:
B&K Revegetation and Landscapin's Northern Territory OfficeIn response to growing demand for commercial landscaping in the Northern Territory, we opened an office in the Northern Territory in 2009. Our office is located at Humpty Doo, which is in close proximity to the expanding cities of Darwin, Palmerston and future urban/rural developments. This allows us access to the largest available markets in the region. Our business has successfully grown in the Territory and we feel we are now part of its future development. An integral part of this is that we source and procure our materials and labour locally and we have been accredited with CAL since October 2009.

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