Our Victorian offices in Fairfield and Dingley Village are temporarily closed in response to COVID-19 restrictions. While our offices are closed, we are continuing to provide construction, engineering, maintenance and building service works to clients, where permitted under the restrictions. You can still contact our people who are working from home by phone or email, [...]
Fredon offices around Australia today participated in both MATES In Construction's Fly The Flag and R U OK? Day, raising funds and awareness for suicide prevention. National HSEQ Manager for Fredon Group, Andrew Campbell is a MATES In Construction ambassador and has been involved in the organisation for 10 years. "I was lucky enough [...]
The National Electrical and Communications Association, better known as NECA, held their 2018 Excellence Awards for Victoria on Friday 10th of August at Crown Palladium, with 750 guests gathering to acknowledge and congratulate the outstanding professionalism, commitment and innovation within the electrical industry. On the night, Fredon Electrical received two awards for RAAF East [...]
In support of Jeans for Genes, Fredon offices wore their denim proudly on Friday 3rd August 2018 to raise funds for the Children's Medical Research Institute. There is still time to donate, see www.jeansforgenes.org.au.
In our 50th Year of operations, two of Fredons' offices are moving, having outgrown their previous locations. Victoria The Victorian office will be moving over the weekend and opening their new premises on Monday 23/04/18. For deliveries and parking, please use the address 313 Arthur Street Fairfield VIC 3078. All phone numbers [...]
A safety themed drawing competition in WA provided some terrific reasons to come home safe.
We are all heartily congratulating Braydon Andrew, a 2nd year apprentice at Fredon Victoria, who has won the NECA Victoria Junior Apprentice of the year. Parliament House, Melbourne Braydon commenced with Fredon in November last year and has in the words of Jarrod Smith (General Manager, Victoria) been "amazing both operationally and academically". [...]