Electrical

Putting the power behind your project

Electricity is something most of us take for granted. We don’t ever really think about it, until of course, we don’t have it. At WGE we think differently. We think about it all the time in fact, because we understand that electricity is the great enabler. It drives business and it saves lives.

Our electrical engineering team is one of the largest and most experienced teams in the country. We have over 55 engineers dedicated to all things electrical; power and lighting, generators, uninterrupted power supplies, communications and security systems, assistance call systems and solar powered infrastructures.

Our team is the power behind hundreds of electrical engineering projects across Australia such as Perth’s nib Stadium, the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre and Brisbane’s St Stephen’s Hospital Redevelopment.

Safety and reliability are our drivers and challenging jobs are what excites us. Challenging projects like hospitals where uninterrupted power supplies are essential for life-saving surgery or where alternative solar power systems can make all the difference to the planet.

Five reasons to choose WGE Electrical

  • We’re great in all jobs, big or small. With one of the largest electrical teams in the country and a diversified and extensive pool of experience, we’re able to tackle any job ranging from small to the most complex and large-scale jobs in Australia.
  • We’re with you from start to finish. The Project Engineer that wins the job runs the job and sticks with you. They’re not only senior staff, but long standing employees and in many cases shareholders of WGE, which means long-term care for clients.
  • We’ve got the know-how. We invest heavily in the professional development of our people to ensure they keep up-to-date with rapid technological advancements both locally and globally, which means you get access to the latest in electrical design thinking.
  • We’ve got the experience. The huge diversity in the skills of our team and the diversity of the projects we’ve managed means that no project is outside our capability. We pride ourselves on our innovative ideas and solutions and we challenge our clients to consider different approaches.
  • We’re great with people. As engineers with personality and people skills, we work closely with all stakeholders from architects to builders and tenants. We understand that it’s a ‘people project’ not just a construction project.

Our advice to clients

Use experienced companies that have a successful track record and that guarantee the quality and longevity of their work. Companies that will go the extra mile for their clients. We’ve had many clients come to us because they’ve used inexperienced low cost consultants and it’s cost them dearly.

Mark Carroll, Electrical Section Manager, Principal

News & Articles

News July 05, 2017

WGE informs new training for managing underground assets

WGE is working with Engineering Education Australia (EEAUST) and Open Learning, on a new training module to inform the management of underground assets or subsurface utilities. Available through Open Learning in July 2017, the read more »

News July 31, 2017

WGE achieves Aon Best Employer accreditation for the seventh time

WGE have once again been accredited as Aon Hewitt Best Employer, making it six years in a row – and seven years in total. Announced on Thursday 27 July, the award reflects WGE’s continued read more »

News July 28, 2017

Monash University Building 17 Biology Building Façade and Refurbishment

WGE’s Melbourne team has been upgrading Building 17 at Monash University. Constructed in 1968, Building 17 is home to the Biology department and was due for an upgrade. The aging building had cracked facades, read more »

News July 27, 2017

One Planet Living realises a new level of sustainable living

WGE’s Sustainability team is working on the first apartment project in WA to be recognised as a One Planet Living development.

The One Planet Living Action Plan is a positive response to challenges faced in read more »