CEQ shows strength in Water
In February 2018, CEQ received news that it was successful in its bid for the SEQ Water Capalaba Sludge Switchboard Replacement. With an estimated 2,500 man hours and 32 weeks in duration, CEQ has committed to a full switchboard replacement and relocation, in an ongoing operational facility throughout the duration of the project. The complexity of executing a major upgrade in the midst of the facility’s normal operating conditions, provides CEQ with an opportunity to showcase its ability to perform in challenging situations while maintaining quality of output, exemplary safety standards and demonstrating a full scope of services.
CEQ Australasia Managing Director Ryan Johnson states “ We are extremely pleased to be selected as a services partner for the Sludge switchboard replacement, we value Seqwater as a long term client and feel that the successful award of this project is a result of our strong legacy with Seqwater and some great work from the estimating team”
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