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We Embrace The Concept Of Quality Through Continual Improvement

Continued customer satisfaction is our ultimate goal and we are committed to high standards in our work. Our Quality Assurance, WHS & R, and Environmental Management Systems are independently audited and 2nd party certified in the ACT. This means our Management systems are certified to a standard administered by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO), a worldwide standard for quality.


Provincial encourage our team to further their education and training in our field by offering apprenticeships and tuition reimbursement. We provide a plethora of books, magazines, trade journals, CDs and DVDs on personal and professional topics for all to use. We pride ourselves in engaging an educated, trained and diverse team to work who are continually upskilling personally and professionally, which leads to a better result on your project and a happy and empowered team.

We are proud to continually improve our overall management of health, safety, environment and quality and to reduce risks to ensure industry best practice. Our procedures are implemented diligently on all projects.


Quality Assurance



IRE Certification

Secure Local Jobs Code (SLJC) Certification

National Code of Practice for the Construction Industry (DEEWR)

Equal Opportunity for Women Legislation

Ethics and Probity


After rigorous assessment of our professional qualifications and experience, environmental management and OHS workplace systems, Provincial has pre-qualification status with:

ACT Government TAMS Urban Treescapes; Planting Panel

Bega Valley Shire Council (BVSC); Supplier and Landscape Contractor

Queanbeyan City Council (QCC); Landscape Contractor and Consultant

Icon Water; Landscape, Rehabilitation and Revegetation Contractor

Roads and Maritime Services (RMS); Landscape Contractor

South East Local Land Services (SELLS); Supplier and Revegetation Contractor

Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority (SRCMA); Supplier and Revegetation Contractor


Organic certification Wandella by SCPA (achieved 2014 and ongoing)

Organic certification Brogo by SCPA (in conversion commenced 2016)

Carbon Neutral by Canberra Environment Centre (achieved 2009 and ongoing)

PROOF (Pasture Raised on Open Fields) licensee (achieved 2016 and ongoing)


  • HIA GreenSmart Professional (Lisa)
  • NGIA Certified Nursery Professional (CNP) (Lisa)
  • Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Small business advisory panel 2013 – 2015 (Lisa)
  • First Aid; ChemCert; Whitecard; Machinery tickets; Traffic Management Yellow Cards, Working Safely at Heights, Asbestos Awareness, MR Rigid License.
  • All team members are suitably trained and certified to work within the landscape and horticulture industries


HIA GreenSmart is a program offering up-to-date information on practical, affordable and durable environmental solutions for residential design and construction. As one of Australia’s first professional green building initiatives, the program offers a HIA accredited training course for builders and designers wanting to develop new skills and acquire green credentials, and get access to news and opportunities to help promote your services in the marketplace.

GreenSmart training is run by the Housing Industry Association (HIA) to promote environmentally responsible home design, construction and renovation. Accreditation is audited by HIA. 
The Certified Nursery Professional Program run by the Nursery and Garden Industry Association (NGIA) is awarded in recognition of commitment to industry experience, learning and academic skills in the nursery and garden industry. Accreditation is duly audited by the NGIA

Certified Nursery Professional (Lisa Roberts) 
Nursery and Garden Industry Association (NGIA)

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Small business advisory panel 2013 – 2015 
The Small Business Finance Advisory Panel was established by the Reserve Bank in 1993 and meets annually to discuss issues relating to the provision of finance, as well as the broader economic environment for small businesses. To gain a variety of perspectives, panellists are selected from a range of industries and locations across Australia and serve on the Panel for three years.The Panel provides the Bank with valuable information on the financial and economic conditions faced by small businesses throughout Australia. In addition to the Panel, the Bank meets with, and obtains relevant information from, a number of small businesses and small business groups through its liaison program.