We’ve welcomed a number of exciting electrical projects in 2022, but there’s one that’s bringing our team face to face with Queensland’s largest general cargo port, which sees around 2,500 vessels each year: the Port of Brisbane.
The Port of Brisbane facilitates the trade of key commodities such as oil, cotton, and meat, and it’s here where national logistics services company Qube operates its Brisbane arm of the business, providing customers with integrated logistics solutions for import and export supply chains.
Qube will soon welcome an additional warehouse to their existing Brisbane Bulk Facility site, and, engaged by our client Multi Span Australia, the Q Power team will take charge of the entire electrical design and installation of the new industrial space, which will total 1,062m2 in size.
With full design and construction capabilities, our team will provide design development and construction documentation, temporary construction power, civil electrical, specialist equipment power, LED lighting, exit and emergency lighting and more.
We expect to deliver on our promise of high-end installations with a project completion date of May 2022, working effectively alongside and with no disruption to Qube’s daily operations.
We’re thrilled to work together with the team at Multi Span Australia and on a project that can support Queensland’s economic recovery through these challenging times.
Q Power Industrial Electrical Project recap:
The project: Electrical design & construction of new warehouse in Port of Brisbane
Scope of electrical works:
- RPEQ (Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland)-certified electrical design
- design development documentation
- for construction documentation
- temporary construction power
- civil electrical
- sub mains
- distribution switchboards
- general power
- specialist equipment power
- LED lighting
- lighting controls
- exit and emergency lighting.
Where: Port of Brisbane
When: February – May 2022