Georgiou / Perth Waterfront
– Freeway Lighting

Overview

Elizabeth Quay (formerly) Perth Waterfront is a Project that will return the city’s focus to the iconic swan river and enhance Perthshire reputation as one of the most liveable cities in the world.

A project that is delivered by the state government and supported by the city of Perth, Elizabeth quay will cover nearly 10hectare of prime riverfront land between barrack and William Street in the heart of the city.

With the first stage of the Elizabeth Quary underway, Mainswest has been contracted to assist in the scope of supplying and Installing all the Freeway Floodlights and Pedestrian Lighting.

Due to the location of this project and the importance placed on minimising the amount of disruption to the public, the project required close liaison with our client Georgiou in making sure that all lighting and switchboards have been installed in the given time and as well as intergraded with the existing electrical system meeting both Australian Standards and Mains Road WA

With the first stage well under way Mainswest has been appointed to the role of supplying, installing and maintaining the freeway floodlights and Pedestrian Lighting.

Due to the location of Elizabeth Quay and the emphasis on minimising the disruption to the public, the project required Mainswest to closely liaise with Georgiou Group in making sure that all lighting and switchboards were installed within a set schedule, which included integrating with the existing electrical system to an Australian and Mains Road standard.

Key Features

  • Installation of Floodlight Poles and Luminaires for New Freeway on & Off Ramps
  • Installation of Pedestrian Floodlight Poles and Luminaires
  • Installation and connection of New and Existing Distribution Switchboards
  • Open Excavation of Cable & Conduit Trenches
  • Direction Drilling Under Freeway for Conduit installation
  • Concrete Footings for Lighting and Switchboards
  • Wiring, Jointing and testing of all electrical cabling

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