09/11/2011 - 11:28

Queensland engineer opens WA office

09/11/2011 - 11:28


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Queensland engineer opens WA office

Queensland-based engineering firm Intelara has opened a Perth office, in response to rising demand for its services in Western Australia.

Managing director Michael Lethlean said the company’s Western Australian clients were asking the company to perform more work in the state, so a Perth office was a logical step.

Intelara is currently undertaking air traffic control tower redevelopment projects for Airservices Australia at Perth, Jandakot and Karratha airports.

Mr Lethlean said the company had recently restructured its operations to ensure it could better respond to current and future clients’ needs.

“As a result we have greater capacity and capability to undertake projects of any time, any size, anywhere in Australia within 24 hours,” he said.

“In WA, we’re experiencing a surge in telecommunications infrastructure work and there’s strong interest from the insurance sector as a result of the work we did after the 5.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Kalgoorlie-Boulder in April 2010.”  

Mr Lethlean said the company had started working in Western Australia in 19098, designing and deploying telecommunications infrastructure.

“We know the area well and have established some great collaborative partnerships, networks and client base,” he said.

“It is our first interstate office, but because of our knowledge and experience in the area, we’re confident it’s the right move.”


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