Drain Tech has lead the field for over 35 years in helping landholders find innovative and cost effective drainage solutions to manage their waterlogged soils.

Forefront in our design is a strong grasp of the hydrological reality of the situation. We couple this with an understanding of the commercial challenges confronting the progressive farm manager, not least of which is the need to balance the competing forces of capital, crop rotations, farm planning, and seasonal variations.

By focusing on yield potential and enterprise profitability, we can design a phased solution that gives the landholder the confidence to seek excellence in his farming operation.

Drain Tech consults Australia wide and offers a design and installation service that is based on our mission vision;

  1. Respecting our client’s vision.
  2. Our client’s respecting our experience and vision.
  3. Incorporating the desires of both parties to deliver the best outcome with all variables considered.
  4. Your production grows – guaranteed

Richard Gloyne – Managing Director

Richard has a Diploma in Farm Management and has studied in The Netherlands to gain a Certificate in Land Reclamation and Improvement. He provides a strong focus on developing practical and profitable drainage solutions.

Richard Gloyne - Draintech Land Drainage

Bill Boersma – Director and Technical Consultant

Originally from The Netherlands Bill has had a lifetime’s involvement in the land drainage industry. Bill left his family’s drainage business in the polders of his homeland in 1985 to take up the challenge of draining the many and varied soil types of Australia. He brings a vast knowledge of drainage solutions be it for horticulture, dairying, sports fields or horizontal de-watering.

 Bill Boersma - Draintech Land Drainage

Syd Gloyne – Operations Manager

Syd is the only son of Richard Gloyne and has worked with his father on drainage jobs from a very young age. In 2015 to 2019 he took a sabbatical from the company and was a Ringer in far western Queensland for a year. Next, he obtained his heavy vehicle license and freighted cattle in road- trains thru the Northern Territory, Queensland and South Australia. He is welcomed back to the company and he visualizes the potential that land drainage has in the agricultural sector of Australia.