APD Engineering is proud to announce our first international office. Although we have completed many projects overseas, our new Wellington office gives us a strong base for our New Zealand expansion as well as an additional pool of highly talented resources to support our AS/NZ operations.
APD Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Jesuraj Savarimuthu to our Sydney office as Team Leader – Substations.
APD Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of Arun Arora to our new Wellington office as Engineering Manager, NZ.
APD Engineering’s Ashwin Maharaj (FIEAust CPEng RPEQ) from our Adelaide office gave an engaging presentation on Tuesday night in Perth on EMC Management for Substations. Judging by the quality of the questions at the end it’s a topic of interest. Thanks to Electric Energy Society of Australia (EESA), Engineers Australia (EA) and Western Power for the venue.
The APD Engineering Quarter-2 2018/19 Newsletter is now available. It contains news on recent projects, company and Industry developments and more.
APD appointment of Brett Collins as Operations Manager NSW. He has worked with networks, planning, design, build & operations in the Electrical & Telecommunications industries
To accommodate APD Engineering’s increasing power design capabilities and growing staff numbers, we are pleased to announce that we have relocated our Perth office to 200 St. Georges Terrace in the CBD.
APD is proud to announce that, during May 2018, we have achieved re-certification of our 3-tiered Management Systems (SAI Global).
APD’s Power System Studies team provided First Quantum Minerals (FQM) with end-to-end services from detailed site survey (data collection), through to computer modelling and system analyses.
APD is pleased to announce the appointment of Ashwin Maharaj to our Adelaide office as Manager, Substations / Principal Engineer. Ashwin is a Fellow of Engineers Australia and Chartered Professional Engineer with 20 years of experience across various engineering, projects and leadership roles; the last 10 years of which was spent at ElectraNet is South Australia and the previous 10 years spent at Eskom in South Africa.