Queensland's Electrical branch have won 2 state NECA excellence awards: The Energy Efficiency and Environment award for innovative lighting solutions at 1 William Street Brisbane; & the Medium Industrial Project award for the NRGS rail works yard, where our engineering and construction team demonstrated not only considerable technical expertise but a holistic understanding of the job through various initiatives integrating the electrical works into the project.
Fredon ACT received the 2016 National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) ACT Excellence Award, in the category of Medium Commercial, for the Metronode Canberra Data Centre project. Brett McIntyre, NECA ACT regional operations manager said "All nominations received were of an extremely high calibre and to be recognised as the category winner is a testament to the [...]
Fredon Air Canberra Service Business has been awarded the Service & Maintenance Contract for the National Library of Australia. It is a very prestigious building in the Parliamentary Triangle in the ACT, and the nature of its function as a library means that its air and climate control systems are mission critical. Michael Jones, ACT Branch Manager Fredon Air, [...]
This video released by Sydney University to coincide with the official opening of the Abercrombie Street Building today illustrates just how integral the contribution of Fredon Technology was. The Dean said the building had ..."a focus on cutting-edge research and interactive learning ... creating and facilitating hands-on, face-to-face, mutually supportive interactions."
At the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) Fredon is providing achieving services for the new ANSTO Nuclear Medicine (ANM) facility. ANM will be manufacturing molybdenum-99 (Mo-99), the most commonly used base material for nuclear medicine, and the job is a prime showcase of Fredon's construction and engineering design expertise in HVAC. The main [...]
Technology division have won the Crestron Project of the Year - Commercial award for the fitout of Westpac Barangaroo, which certainly gave Fredon's Technology division an opportunity to demonstrate their expertise. The project was unusual for its scale (it covered 28 floors); a compressed timeframe and the high level of commitment from the client to achieving a truly modern workplace. Fredon was involved in developing the specifications as the project [...]
Fredon's Northen Territory expansion is being co-ordinated by Fredon's Queensland branch, building on the rapid success and growth of the Queensland business over the past 10 years. The new Darwin branch will be managed by Russell Cahill. He is a Darwin local who is already well known and respected in the construction industry. His prior roles included general manager of SEQ Electrical NT and Supervisor of the mega [...]
Mechanical division have been awarded the HVAC design and construction contract for the $650m SkyCity project. It will be New Zealand's largest convention centre and Fredon's first major project over there. Construction will take 38 months, and cover an entire city block in Auckland, some 32000 square metres occupied by the convention centre, 300 room hotel and 1327 space [...]
As digital projection screens get larger and larger, they present an every increasing manual handling risk for installers. Fredon has installed a number of large screens at the Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct (SICEEP) providing an opportunity for Fredon's Technology division to show off their innovative approach to reducing the manual handling risk. The system involves two electrical [...]