Contractors World International Vol 5 No 5
Powers Up Utilities
As major cities expand to accommo-
date ever-growing businesses and res-
idential areas, so too does the need
for electricity substations.
The State of Victoria’s highly competi-
tive infrastructure construction market
means that pricing and completion pro-
cesses need to be tightly controlled if
successful contracting businesses are to
F.R.R. Cinel Nominees (Vic) Pty Ltd is
contracted by major energy distribution
companies to upgrade or construct new
electrical infrastructure. The company
recently acquired a compact, highly ma-
noeuvrable Terex TA 3.5 tip and swivel
dumper to give it the speed and flexibility
needed to move full loads quickly around
its construction sites.
“Cinel’s civil works program is tightly
controlled, requiring appropriate resourc-
es and equipment to ensure client expec-
tations are maintained.
“Our tracking and program proce-
dures mean we have to provide an illus-
tration of the tasks involved, linking them
systematically and enabling our clients to
be aware exactly when the various pro-
cesses are scheduled to commence and
finish,” said Ralph Cinel.
“Many of our construction sites are
located within industrial areas and often
have fairly constrained boundaries, there-
fore the right equipment is critical to our
success.” Cinel added.