Chris Gulaptis, Clarence MP, yesterday attended Clarence Correctional Centre in Grafton, updating the community on the construction project which is on track for completion mid-2020.
Fredon Electrical are contracted to provide a site-wide medium voltage network, electrical lighting and power, as well as three site-wide communications networks on behalf of John Holland.
Clarence Correctional Centre will be the prime correctional facility between the Queensland border, Kempsey and Tamworth, and will assist in addressing the shortage of correctional centre beds and facilities within NSW. Fredon’s Group Managing Director and CEO David Simpson said that-
“We are delighted to once again be involved in delivering critical infrastructure to serve the Australian community”.
The project featured on Prime7 News North Coast