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1964
G. Weyers Painting is a fourth generation painting family originating from Holland. George Weyers snr commenced painting in Australia in 1962 in the South East region.

1987
George Weyers jnr commenced full time partnership with father George jnr partnered his father until his retirement in 1994. The painting business grew rapidly doing domestic, commercial and maintenance contract painting.

1995
The company developed a reputation for completing large projects in the region most notably being the CSR / Carter Holt Harvey factories.

1996
Major contract for painting the new Mount Gambier TAFE Collage is awarded and successfully completed after tendering for Head Contractor Hansen Yuncken.

1997
Hansen Yuncken begins construction of the new Mount Gambier Hospital and after the tender process George and his team complete both projects simultaneously. This sees the company grow to 16 staff. Both projects were completed whilst still maintaining South Australian Housing commission and other various projects.

1998
South Australian Housing Trust Internal painting contract is awarded. This contract has been held from 1998 and will expire in 2013. This multi- million dollar contract has included tenanted and untenanted and the ongoing maintenance of properties in Mount Gambier and Naracoorte.

2000
George Weyers JNR registers as a company and begins trading as G.Weyers Painting Service in March.

2000 – Current Day
The company has had a proactive approach to training and up skilling of their staff. This has been demonstrated through putting on apprentices and helping previously unqualified tradesman gain their qualifications.

2010
George has begun to implement further changes to ensure the future of the company by completing the sustainability in painting qualification being the first accredited GREEN PAINTER in South Australia and furthermore implementing changes to become an environmentally sustainable business. This has lead to George being named a life member of Green Painters.

2011
Troy Walker & Mat Weyers re-enter business. Troy completed his apprenticeship with company and returned after working away. Mat returned to full time into the business after completing a Business Degree.

2013
“Tests management structure”

The company experiences growth and completes the Mt Gambier Jail Extension, SE Drainage Board and tests succession planning which had been developed. RTC continue to use G.Weyers Painting for Housing SA Maintenance work.

2014
Company moves into new office site at 8 Allan Drive.

 
 
 

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8 Allan Drive Mount Gambier SA 5290
Phone 8724 8887
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