Our History

Mason Contractors began in Warkworth in 1973 with one man, some shovels and picks, a concrete mixer and a ute. The first concrete company in the area to specialise in footings and floors, it later expanded into its contracting services with machinery and trucks, as well as builder and contractor supplies.

Masons sold their concrete division to Denis Sullivan in 1989 and their timber supplies to firth Industries - now Timberworld - in 1987 to concentrate on their contracting and waste operations. In 1991 the company amalgamated with Ian Ward to form Transcon and take over Warkworth Transport.


Two years later, Masons went back on their own, returning to contracting and bulk haulage while Ian took over general freight and stock transport.

Mason Contractors now employ 37 staff, including an on-site civil engineer, managers and mechanics who operate, manage and maintain 10 excavators, from 2.2 to 20 tonne, three graders, two loaders, four rollers and two bulldozers.

The truck fleet of 20 ranges from 3 to 44 tonnes and includes metal and crane trucks, transporters and water carts as well as utilities, truck trailers and ancillary equipment.

Mason Contractors carry out all sorts of contracting work, including roading, site work, drainage, retaining walls and farm work.
They hire out trucks, diggers, graders, rollers, loaders, hiabs and containers, and supply metal, limestone, sand, topsoil, horticulture supplies, bark, compost, mulch and river stones. It also hires, leases, buys and sells shipping containers of various types and configurations.

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