LMWQCC – 3 years strong
The Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre has become a familiar home for CEQ’s ACT Operations team in recent years.
After 3 years of working onsite and ZERO LTI’s to date, CEQ is continuing its strong relationship with Downer Utilities with the successful award of the Electrical Works contract for the Lower Molonglo Water Quality Control Centre – Furnace and Exhaust Upgrade Project.
The project will be completed in 2020 and involves the upgrade of the Centre’s furnace and exhaust systems. This upgrade will ensure the facility meets regulatory submission requirements and minimises any potential impact on the surrounding environments.
CEQ is excited to be an integral partner of the ongoing upgrade of the ACT’s main wastewater treatment plant and the largest inland treatment facility in Australia.
As we mark our twentieth year, we look back with a smile and a sense of pride as we reflect on how far we have come and how we have evolved within the ever-changing nature of the electrical industry. Standing by one another as teammates, we have positively impacted various
The positive impact CEQ has had in the Australian Mining and Infrastructure sector has resulted in growth and expansion in the Indo-Pacific region. It all began six years ago in Papua New Guinea with the development of APEC Haus which has become an elaborate conference facility built on reclaimed land
Over the past twenty years, CEQ has delivered some of the construction industry’s most complex and diverse electrical projects. With the ability to continuously perform to a high standard within challenging environments, CEQ has established the right DNA to succeed in the mining sector, both in Australia and in the
CEQ proudly sponsored the Ipswich Jets Fundraising Golf Day at Brookwater Golf Club in support of former PNG rugby league representative Tu’u Maori and his fight against Motor Neurone Disease. “Rugby League is such a huge part of life in PNG, and while we work in the communities, its important