CEQ continues to develop its strong relationship with Downer
CEQ’s Infrastructure Services team successfully secures the Proserpine Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade.
The project is for the Mechanical and Electrical installation package where CEQ will work alongside Downer Infrastructure to deliver this project for the Whitsunday Regional Council.
This project builds on the relationship between Downer and CEQ Australia on the back of a successfully delivered project at Point Lookout and the ongoing projects at Rubyanna and Canberra.
CEQ Australia is partnering with JNJ Mechanical Services who will undertake the Mechanical Installation works.
The value of the project is approximately $500,000 and will be completed over a 10-week period. There are other upgrades to water and wastewater infrastructure planned in the area and a well-delivered project will increase our chances of securing future works in the area.
CEQ Australia attended the 2018 Master Electricians Australia Excellence Awards Breakfast on 13 July 2018, where it presented as finalist in the two categories: Electrician Tayla Barnhill was nominated for the Women In Contracting Award for her identified skill set, her willingness to be mobilised across the globe, and her
CEQ Australia is proud to announce its success in the award of the Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance Alfred Street Pump Station Switchboard and Switchroom projects. The Slacks Creek-based project involves the supply and installation of a new demountable switchroom, manufacture of a replacement switchboard, and upgrade to the existing electrical
Continuing its successful works in the Asia Pacific Region, CEQ Papua New Guinea has been awarded the contract for above ground electrical works by the Clough-Wartsila Joint Venture at POM Power Station, Port Moresby. The 6-month project involves LV and MV cabling works, providing essential services to the power station
CEQ Australia has been successful in the award of Group 1 of the Electrical, Instrumentation, Monitoring and Control (EIMC) works for Icon Water in the ACT. The project is the first in a series of works across Icon Water’s network sites where the overall goal is to increase the safety