Named the best in Australia!

Posted on: Wednesday, 1 October 2014 at 12:00:00 AM

Geraldton based electrical contractor S&K Electrical Contracting Pty Ltd were announced as the brightest sparks in the country, taking out this year’s Commercial Project of the Year at the Master Electricians Australia (MEA) National Excellence Awards Gala in Noosa, Queensland on Saturday night.

Since being established in 2003 S&K Electrical Contracting has become a specialist in all facets of the electrical trade, from electrical and instrument installation and maintenance to design, engineering and commissioning of installations.

S&K Electrical Contracting Managing Director, Steve Villier said it was an honour to be named the best in the country after taking out the Western Australian MEA State Excellence Award last month.

“Everyone in our team will be very proud at being named one of the best in the country” Mr Villier said. “Being recognised by our peers at a national level is a reflection of the high quality of our work on this Project”.  

S&K Electrical chose to nominate Geraldton’s “Eastern Breakwater” for the Commercial Project category after very positive feedback from our client, the City of Greater-Geraldton.  The project has been very well received in the community and industry, with the project also being recognised at the WA Australian Institute of Landscape Architect Awards earlier this year.

“Currently S&K operate from 3 branches throughout the Midwest of WA with head office located in Geraldton and satellite operations at mine sites throughout WA. Our staff of 60 and long list of plant items facilitate our project delivery requirements no matter the size, nature or location of the task at hand.”

The National Excellence Awards gala was part of MEA’s Electrical Industry Conference on the Sunshine Coast which featured a number of seminar style sessions, informing and motivating more than 200 delegates on how to future-proof their business. Conference speakers included adventurer John Cantor, the CSIRO’s future thinking Mark Paterson, digital specialist Fi Bendall, Energex’s Mike Swanston, best-selling business novelist Troy Hazard and Chris Pattas of the Australian Energy Regulator.

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