- Mushroom Exchange
- Archerfield Airport
- Visy – Recycling and Manufacturing plants.
- Martogg plastics recycling
- Legacy Way
- Ipswich Motorway Upgrade – SAFElink Alliance
- Southern Gateway Extension Project
- Brisbane Inner City ByPass
Mushroom Exchange Pty Ltd at North Maclean is part of Costa Mushrooms, the largest grower and pre-packer of mushrooms in Australia. Enever Electrical has a strong relationship with Mushroom Exchange spanning over 30 years. Enever Electrical was involved in the original design and construction of the premises and continues to provide a maintenance service available to company 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Enever Electrical Pty Ltd is accredited to install and maintain runway lighting. For over 30 years they have installed and maintained runway, taxiway and perimeter lighting and all infrastructure and buildings for Archerfield Airport. Enever Electrical was and is involved in the design and construction of all electrical facets of the airport and continue to provide a maintenance service available to the airport 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Enever Electrical Pty Ltd has had a relationship with Visy since 2000. Enever Electrical has provided and continues to provide their expertise in electrical design, installation and maintenance for many projects.
- Visy automatic box manufacturing plant – Staplyton
- Visy Recycling Murrarie Paper Reel Store Plant
- Visy Beverage Can Plant – Stapylton Aluminium manufacturing plant
- Visy Board Warehouse Carole Park extension (working with Hutchinson Builders)
Martogg LCM – Recycled Polymer operations
Martogg LCM is the recycled polymer division of Martogg Group. Enever Electrical Pty Ltd has had a relationship with Martogg since 2013 and provided electrical works for their expansion into Queensland by undertaking refurbishment of their premises at Carole Park. Enever Electrical continues to provide their expertise in electrical design, installation and maintenance.
Legacy Way is Brisbane City Council’s 4.6km road tunnel that will connect the Western Freeway at Toowong with the Inner City Bypass (ICB) at Kelvin Grove. Once open in 2015, Legacy Way will almost halve peak hour travel times between the Centenary Bridge and the ICB. Transcity is the consortium responsible for the design, construction and operation of Legacy Way. Transcity is a joint venture between Brisbane-based BMD Constructions, Italian tunnelling company Ghella and Spanish tunnelling and civil infrastructure company, Acciona Infrastructures.
Enever Electrical Pty Ltd performed temporary works as part of the project providing temporary lighting and power solutions.
Ipswich Motorway Upgrade – SAFElink Alliance
The Department of Main Roads established the SAFElink Alliance to deliver a major upgrade to the Ipswich Motorway between Wacol and Darra. The SAFElink Alliance consisted of Main Roads, Leighton Contractors, BMD Constructions, Maunsell Australia and Arup. Enever Electrical worked with the Alliance to provide all temporary electrical works and maintenance for the duration of the 4 year project as well as street and tunnel lighting. Completion date for this project was March 2010, well ahead of it’s planned completion date of December 2010.
Southern Gateway Extension Project
Enever Electrical provided solutions for the temporary works required for the Southern Gateway Extension Project. The Gateway Motorway upgrade is one of the largest bridge and road projects in Queensland’s history. In March 2010, a A$240m southern extension to the original project was announced, which involved upgrading the existing four-lane Gateway Motorway between Mt Gravatt-Capalaba Road and Miles Platting Road to six lanes, and road resurfacing through to the Pacific Motorway. The project was completed and opened to traffic in July 2011.
Inner City ByPass (ICB)
M3 Inner City Bypass (ICB) is a major motorway standard road in Brisbane. The 4.5 kilometres bypass is north of the city. Bypassing the Brisbane central business district, it connects Brisbane’s Pacific Motorway and Go Between Bridge at Hale Street to Kingsford Smith Drive, the Clem Jones Tunnel and Lutwyche Road following the Exhibition railway line for the majority of its length.
The motorway cost $220m to complete and incorporates a total of six lanes, four tunnels, 18 bridges and was the largest infrastructure engineering project undertaken in Queensland for decades. Further details of the project can be found on the Leighton Contractors website. Enever Electrical also provided temporary works support for this project.