WA family-owned Paull & Warner is based in Bassendean and is one of Australia's oldest vehicle manufacturers.
Recently, the company has been busy constructing emergency response vehicles for the mega Gorgon Project.
For the Gorgon Project, Paull & Warner are building emergency, rescue, fire and medical services equipment, including arguably the State's only all-wheel drive ambulance which will be based on Barrow Island. It has also supplied a fire fighting appliance and a range of emergency, rescue and foam trailers along with associated emergency, rescue, fire and medical equipment.
The company employs about 30 people and had expanded on the back of a growing demand for emergency service provision in the resource industry.
The company says that securing the contract with Chevron Australia for its Gorgon Project was an "enormous feat".
Loyalty to its sub-contractors has meant that some have had to employ extra staff to cope with an increased volume on the project.
The $33 billion estimated by ACIL Tasman to be spent on local goods and services over the first 30 years of the Gorgon Project will cascade through the WA economy. And, where practicable, we've made a commitment to use local suppliers.
According to the study and based on a 30-year, three-train LNG and domestic gas project, additional benefits will include: