Previously powering our local streets and towns, recut power poles can now be found across a variety of commercial and residential applications.
Recycled power poles offer consumers a quality timber choice that is dependable, durable and environmentally friendly.
Kennedy’s has developed world class protocols and specialised handling for all redundant timber products including power poles, bridge timbers, cross arms and general construction timbers.
Once these timbers have reached their end of life service, Kennedy’s systems provide asset managers with a clear chain of custody, in accordance with EPA requirements.
These extraordinary recycled timbers have now found a new lease of life within the Bell Tower of St John’s Cathedral in Brisbane, the flooring of the Federal Attorney General’s office in Canberra and the Tree of Knowledge memorial in Barcaldine.
Assisting in the preservation of our remaining rainforests, locally and globally, this venture provides Kennedy’s clients with yet another quality environmentally friendly timber choice.
This novel reuse of a timber product is what Kennedy’s is renowned for; innovative, professional and green to our core.