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Contact Electrical Assists with the Bushfire Crisis
Only hours after the fire storm devastated communities on the Tasman Peninsula, Contact Electrical had teams on the ground working to repair vital Telstra infrastructure.
Restoring communication was crucial for the emergency services, to ensure the safety and well-being of residents, tourists and their crews in the field.
Contact Electrical staff promptly transported and installed generators to dozens of Telstra sites and hardwired in a generator at the Dunalley Hotel, to supply power to hundreds of people who’d become stranded by the fire.
They’ve worked around the clock for the past week continually refuelling those generators, inspecting Telstra towers in helicopters and conducting safety checks for people whose houses survived.
Contact Electrical wishes to thank it’s staff for their professionalism and diligence under difficult circumstances.
Contact Electrical dominate at 2012 NECA Awards
LGH Integrated Care Center and Car Park Stage - Winner of “Commercial Large Project”
Hopkins St Affordable Living Development - Winner of “Commercial Small Project"
The Evening of August the 4th saw another NECA awards presentation. Contact had seven nominations; these were in the categories of Commercial Medium, Commercial Small, Communications. This night had all the right ingredients for a Contact Electrical Awards night takeover.
Our first award was in the catergry for "Small Commercial Projects" and was announced as Hopkin St Affordable Living Development. Jade Dwyer the project manager gave the acceptance speech for the award, thanking all his team that made this project a success.
Next award was the big one of the night and regarded as being the most prestigious of them all the "Large Commercial Project". It was announced that our Launceston entry of the Integrated Care Center and Car Park was the winner. Matthew Moy our project manager gave the acceptance speech which went into some depths about the difficulty faced and some of the highlights of the project for the company.
Contact Electricals continued success at the Tasmania and National NECA awards is testament to our philosophy to foster excellence in securing a workplace which aims to improve employee satisfaction through clarified performance standards and skills training.
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