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This week new LED lighting installed by Nilsen at the MCG was turned on as part of a series of tests for the ongoing MCG Sports Lighting Upgrade project.
On 21 November the National NECA Awards were held at the Howard Smith Wharves in Brisbane.
The Nilsen WA team recently completed the final separate proportion at the – The Towers at Elizabeth Quay.
The NECA South Australia Excellence Awards were held last Friday September 13 at Adelaide Convention Centre. Nilsen were incredibly successful, taking home three wins for all three nominations!
On Friday September 6, Nilsen won two NECA Queensland Excellence Awards – Winner for Best Industrial Medium Project for the Ross River Solar Farm Project and a Certificate of Commendation for Voice/Data Communications & Audio Visual Project for the Thales Early Voice Communication System (EVCS) Project.
Nilsen was engaged by Richard Crookes in early 2017 to design and construct the Electrical, Communications, Audio Visual and Security installation for the for the University of Technology Sydney: Central Building. .
Nilsen (VIC) won not one but two awards on the night.
Nilsen (WA) is excited to see all our hard work coming together at the Perth Stadium (Optus Stadium) recent light testing.
Nilsen were awarded Best Large Commercial Project and received Highly Commended in the Company Safety Systems Award.
Nilsen has been submitted to the global Philips Power of Two awards following the success of our work at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (nRAH).
Nilsen QLD have secured both of local developer Edify Energy’s Queensland Solar Farms - the Whitsunday and Hamilton projects, totalling 138MW. This follows on from our 12.5MW install at Conergy Lakelands.
Nilsen recently participated in the Total Facilities tradeshow – a two-day event catering for Australia’s facilities management market. It was the first tradeshow of its kind that Nilsen has taken part in, and proved to be a huge success. Total Facilities supports our exclusive TEGG strategy to manage electrical equipment. Nilsen look forward to having you visit us at the 2018 event in Melbourne.
Nilsen Contracting WA are delighted to be awarded the electrical works contract for the Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) fitout by Multiplex. The project will encompass electrical works including lighting, lighting control, switchboards, communications, security and BMS interface.
Nilsen QLD have been contracted to help build what will be Australia’s first ever grid-connected, utility-scale solar and battery storage project. This project will combine big battery storage with big solar in order to supply Australia with solar power even on cloudy days, during peak usage times, and after sundown. The Lakeland solar project is part of a larger push to ultimately deploy more large-scale solar PV plants across Australia.
On Thursday 17th November 2017 the nation’s best electrical and communications projects were recognised at the annual electrical and communications industry’s Excellence Awards, hosted by the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA). We are delighted to announce the Western Australian team have been awarded a National NECA Excellence Award for their Perth Airport T1 project entered into the Small Industrial Project category.
The Queensland team have again been successful in the Commercial Large Project category for the NECA Queensland Awards. The Defence Logistics Transformation Project (DLTP) at Lavarack Barracks was delivered as part of an initiative to modernise and enhance Defence’s warehousing and distribution functions across Australia. Nilsen’s scope included demolition, refurbishment and an associated site infrastructure upgrade. The scope also included eight new buildings which Nilsen staged to minimise impact to the facility. Spread across 13 locations on Australia’s largest Army Base, the two and half year project showcased Nilsen’s skill in performing cooperatively, resourcefully, diligently, safely and on time.
Congratulations to the NWA Engineering Services team who successfully completed the complete replacement of Terminal 1 Ring Main Unit (RMU) for Perth International Airport and received a letter of Commendation from the client.
This year Oliver J Nilsen (Aust) Ltd is celebrating its hundredth birthday. Like any great centenian, Nilsen has seen massive technological shifts happen over the decades – and is proud to have been at the forefront of them!
Corey Bohan, motocross enthusiast and admirer of the classic Australian movie “BMX Bandits,” has created a tribute video. BMX Bandits is a movie close to our heart too, as Nilsen Premiere produced and invested in excess of a million dollars to create it back in the early 1980s. Watch as Corey and his friends fight crime just like the original BMX bandits.
Nilsen (QLD) has won the Best Industrial Medium Sized Project for the Reedy Creek and Condabri Control Room Buildings project.
Following on from several successfully completed HV projects at Sydney Airport over the last year and a half, Sydney Airport engaged Nilsen to establish a new 11kv Substation within the domestic precinct. The new Shiers Substation comprises 19 panels of 11kv Schneider PIX Switchgear, a new 1500kva Dry Transformer, LV Main Switchboard and associated HV and LV Cabling.
Nilsen’s electrical and communication work at the Mt Martha Solar Dryer Facilities was recognised when Victoria's best electricians and projects were named at NECA’s Excellence Awards in Melbourne on July 31st 2015.
Nilsen Switchboards were awarded at the beginning of the year the Contract to supply 2x LV/HV Switchrooms for BHP Jimblebar which is still underway and due for completion in November.
ESNSW recently completed a major embedded metering upgrade to the Stockland’s shopping centre in Shellharbour. The project was completed in partnership with WIN Energy and involved the upgrade of nine main supplies to incorporate parent metering and SPD devices. A significant amount of switchboard and busbar modification was required as well as the installation of nine new SPD cubicles.