We have now relocated our office to our new facility at 30 Apprentice Drive, Berkeley Vale, NSW.
At this location, we have built a new office where our administration and engineering staff will be based. The facility also has a 6,000m2 workshop including:
- Overhead cranes: 2 X 100t and 3 X 10t
- Gritblasting chamber
- Balancing machines to 60 tonne capacity
- Machining and Fabrication facilities
We are still putting the finished touches on the building and fitting out the workshop, but welcome inquiries or inspection of the new facility.
We like feedback! We believe our clients recognise and value when our employees go that extra mile in assisting clients to achieve their business outcomes. A few recent examples:
Thanks for arranging the people to come in for the weld repair on the 3B Throttle valve. This service certainly throws PPI in a good light …
Thank you for you and your staff’s attitude and assistance in safely and successfully preparing for and then moving the IP rotor on Saturday. Would you please pass on these thanks to your staff, who worked with you and our Origin staff and the other contractors on Saturday.
Great work, thank you both for the thorough work and good result.
PPI has successfully completed a full Recertification Audit on Safety, Environmental and Quality Management Systems during May 2016.
The SAI Global audit team
reviewed administrative and project management functions at our Morisset Head Office and also conducted an on-site audit of current operations at Eraring Power Station.
Following the audit, PPI’s management systems were again certified as compliant with the relevant standards for a further 3 years.
PPI has jointly won an ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE AWARD at the 2013 Engineers Australia Newcastle Division Awards.
This award was won jointly with Aurecon, Origin Energy (formerly Eraring Energy – our client), Doosan Heavy Industries and Doosan Babcock (our consortium partners). The award was for the Eraring Upgrade Project.
The award was presented at a black-tie function at Newcastle Conservatorium on August 23rd 2013. You can see the happy recipients here!
Congratulations to all companies and individuals involved in the planning and execution of this impressive project!
Site works for construction of a state of the art turbine workshop facility at Berkeley Vale commenced in July 2015 and are progressing well. The workshop is expected to be operational March 2018.