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New utes and tool boxes are finally arriving replacing the old, well used fleet. Two arrived last week, three this week and hopefully the rest will be replaced within the next 3 weeks.
Plenty of work has been done with the old fleet throughout all of Victoria, hopefully the boys will be enjoy with the new improved fleet.
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31/05/2017
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We've always highly valued the environment, doing what we can to reduce waste, recycle where possible and help our clients save energy. So now the next step, environmentally friendly pest control!
An owl has taken up residence in our workshop having a feast on the mice that have been running around.
Don't worry we are keeping the roller door open all day and into the evening to give him every chance to leave when he is full.
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04/05/2017
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RACE Services would like to welcome Josh Horne and Daniel Nicholas on to the team, Daniel has started an electrical apprenticeship and Josh will be starting a Refrigeration apprenticeship with us.
We wish you both all the best in your journey to becoming tradesmen in your selected fields.
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Fantastic to hear everyone had a great time on the camp.
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The team at RACE Services, would like to thank everyone for another fantastic year, we hope you and your family have a safe and enjoyable festive season and look forward to seeing you back for a prosperous 2017.
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Everyone should get along to the Bendigo RSL and see their new Open Air Museum.
They would love visitors from all over the state to visit. The Open Air Museum is open from 10am daily or by appointment. See a chronological and educational history of all conflicts that Australians have been involved in as a Nation from pre-World War I through to current day Afghanistan and Peacekeeping Operations.
And Entry is Free.
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18/11/2016
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RACE Services new truck complete with tail gate loader to save the boy's backs.
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2016-11-03
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We often get asked what we do, condensed down electrical, refrigeration, plumbing & air conditioning installation repairs & maintenance.
The services we offer are wide and varied as are the clients we partner with. The Australian Grains Genebank in Horsham preserves grain crop genetic resources for Australia, seeds are stored in -20deg freezers to keep them viable for more than 50 years, playing a key part in Australia's Agriculture.
We maintain Air conditioning & refrigeration equipment in this Building along with others on the site.
Due to the critical nature of the site we remote monitor all alarms and conditions of the site from our office in Bendigo, we worked with the site to determine alarms required, urgency of alarms and actions required. Now we manage all alarms for them, often actioning and repairing issues before the site is aware of a problem
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We are happy to support our clients where we can, especially schools and not for profit groups. Why not give us a call next time you are doing some fundraising to discuss options?
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It was a day like any other day at RACE Services, people working away in offices, tradesmen out on the job, everyone going happily about their job. OR so we thought.
First we had Tim come into the main office saying he could hear a cat meowing, of course we didn’t take too much notice, other than to poke fun at him for hearing things. Then Scott came in saying he thought he had heard something similar earlier in the day, this was met with more mocking.
Some time passes and Brayden was in the office and heard the faint meow again, knowing how others had been mocked he decided to have a bit of a look around to see if he was able to find the source of the noise. Finding nothing obvious but having a curious nature, Brayden went and got the Thermal Imaging Camera (normally used for testing switchboards) from our store.
Walking around the office and lunchroom with the thermal imaging camera created some interest as to what he was up to, then came the moment none of us could believe, a yellow cat shaped spot on the wall! The cat was stuck in the wall cavity of our lunchroom, it must have come into the shed at some stage, walked along a bean then slipped down the wall cavity becoming stuck.
Now the rescue mission. With a crowd gathering and ideas being thrown around on how to get it out we decided to cut a hole in the wall, using the thermal imaging camera so we wouldn’t hurt the cat, a hole was carefully cut above where the cat was located but we were unable to pull it out. The hole mas made larger and with gloved hands the cat was freed from the wall.
The cat however was not as pleased to see us as we were to see it, taking swipes with the claws out and biting the hand that freed it. It escaped his grasp and fled out an open door to freedom. We followed it into our yard to see if it was Ok, it took off under the fence without so much as a thanks or goodbye.
We are not sure if it is someone’s pet or a stray, but the way it took off it seemed to be ok. So if you’re sitting there tonight patting your white cat with a black tail, look it in the eyes and ask- What have you been up to today??
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2016-05-26
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