Scarlett Contracting were proud finalists in the 2018 Neca Excellence Awards Lighting category for our work at the prestigious Victorian Gold Club, lead by Glenn Mackintosh. We supplied and installed landscape lighting to the re-landscaped front main entrance and 400 metre driveway and rear carpark as well as power, and security infrastructure.
Additionally, we were nominated in the Industrial Small category for our works at Linfox Darwin, a 3000 square metre off-grid state of the art intermodal facility which was purpose built for the Australian logistics giant, Linfox.
Our works at CEVA Alliance, a 6-Star Greenstar project, also saw us nominated in the Industrial Medium category. The 86,000 square metre distribution centre featured KNX lighting control and Bitpool Monitoring for maximum energy savings and adherence to the stringent Greenstar compliance criteria.
The team at Scarlett Contracting has grown considerably throughout 2018 with many talented staff joining the team. We look forward to continuing success in the coming year!
We had the absolute privilege of taking home the state win in the Medium Industrial category at the 2017 Victorian NECA Excellence Awards for our recent works at Ampacet Australia, Dandenong South!
A huge congratulations to Doug Smith and the team. We're so proud of our crew and the amazing quality of work they do! With thanks of course to many, but especially NECA Victoria for the honor of this award, it means a great deal to us to be recognised for our work as we strive for great heights. Thank you to Ampacet Australia, in particular Mark Alliegro and Sittichai Mahatanapat (Ake). It has been an absolute pleasure working with you and we couldn’t be happier for our new found working relationship. Thank you to Vaughan Constructions for the opportunity with the initial contract of works and of course for your ongoing support, as well as AWM Cheltenham, DRC Switchboards and NHP.
You’re only as good as your crew, and we really do have some of the best. Led successfully on site by Doug Smith and supported by the strong work carried out in the office, the quality of output produced by our team and the attitude it is carried out with are incredible, and we’re grateful to have such an amazing crew on board. What a fantastic accolade to them this is.
To read more about this award winning project, click here.
Thrilled to have been a part of another milestone build, Scarlett contracting return from Darwin on completion of new intermodal facility for logistics giant, Linfox.
Images courtesy of Linfox. Read more about this project here.
After completion of the base build design and construct of Ampacet's newest facility in Dandenong South for Vaughan Constructions, Scarlett Contracting are engaged directly by Ampacet to continue internal works to supply power to copmlex, purpose built machinery lines.
Pics: This container is leaving headquarters to go to the new 21000 square meter warehouse in Truganinia.
Scarlett Contracting have moved into new premises, to accommodate an ever growing team. We are now located in the industrial hub of Moorabbin which is a most welcome change for our staff.
If you would like to pay us a visit, you can find at at Factory 1/7 Levanswell Road Moorabbin, which is on the corner of Tabitta Street. Our new phone number is (03) 9555 9788.
Scarlett Contracting undertook two exciting projects in 2014, which were nominated for the Victorian Excellence Awards. We are thrilled to announce that both projects were awarded State Finalist medals in recognition of the high standard of work performed in categories of Domestic Residential and Commercial Medium-Sized Projects.
Construction of new marina began at Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron 31 Jan 2013. On Tuesday, 22nd January 2013, Commodore Linda Goldsmith, in front of dignitaries and club members, officially 'dropped' the first rock to mark the start of the construction of Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron’s new 250-berth marina.
Scarlett Contracting is proud to announce we have won the tender to upgrade the necessary power supply along the existing pier. The project is due to be completed in early 2014, and will accommodate vessels up to 20 meters.