240 Electrical in partnership with Big Ass Fans installed 6 by 6.1m diameter Power Foil 3.0 Plus Fans in Yatala.
3 phase power cabling from switchboards to fans
Data cabling for control from wall controllers to fans
Fire twin for instant shutdown on fire signal from FIP to fans
Installation and Commissioning of 6x 6.1m Diameter BAF PFX3.0 Plus Fans
AUSTRALIA - YATALA
This large-scale industrial project was undertaken recently by Beaufort Constructions for Vermeer Equipment Holdings in Richlands, an outer suburb of Brisbane.
This design and construct project included facets of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and fire services
70 Main Beach Road
Main Beach Road was another Design and Construct. This consisted of 2 Warehouse Sheds with Office Space, Weigh Bridge and Fire Pump Shed.
Our design included Property Pole, Main Switchboard, Underground Conduits, Communications, Power, Lighting and Dry Fire
70 Main Beach Road Pinkenba
Bulk Cargo Services store and blend fertilisers and animal foods is another of our design and construct industrial facilities. For us, the fertiliser storage and blending presents a massive challenge because the elements are extremely corrosive to all things electrical. The facility now encompasses 4 x12000m2 sheds. Throughout the Stage 1 process we had to keep at the forefront of our design the infrastructure required for Sheds 2, 3 and 4 and the differing power requirements for each facility. All of the outlets and switches installed are chemical resistant 56 Series, and all of the Highbays and emergency lights are LED. All of these project components resulted in a very environmentally friendly and incredibly reliable final product.
COMPLETED 2015 - 2017
This was a design and construct project which was completed in 2014.
The Toll Ipec Larapinta was a design and construct industrial project in the new warehousing heartland of Larapinta. This building is 16000m2 under roof with a further 25000m2 of hard stand. The building, warehouse, office and hard stand has a fully automated lighting control system to the extent that warehouse highbays will turn on and off depending on the natural light levels picked up by the light harvesting system. The building was designed around the loading docks and the conveyor and package sorting plant that consumes 80% of its work space. We have a great working relationship with Toll and maintain this facility on a regular basis.