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Avalon Airport

Avalon Airport's domestic terminal building's growth has been extraordinary since its inception in 2005. Initially built to accommodate Jetstar Airways, Avalon started with a passenger capacity of 200,000 Pa and we are currently in the process of increasing this capacity to 3,000,000 passengers Pa.

JJA were involved with all the services from the start including more recent significant upgrade of the total services infrastructure with high voltage & low voltage power reticulation, waste treatment, emergency generator system, fire services, high pressure gas reticulation, apron & car park lighting system, total access control & CCTV security system to comply with CASA requirements, etc.

The current expansion is to accommodate 2+ carriers with multiple plane arrivals and departures simultaneously.

Client – Avalon Airport
Architect – Designphase Australia
Project Value - $27.0 million
Services Provided – Communications, Electrical, Hydraulics, Mechanical & Security Services


Linfox Maintenance Facility - Laverton

The building is dedicated for carrying out maintenance, repairs and major overhauling of trucks. The building consists of 2 bays with service pits, 5 general maintenance service bays to accommodate double B trucks, parts storage, detailing bay, automatic truck wash and a 600 m2 office area for administration staff.

JJA was responsible for the services design of the total project including a rainwater harvesting system that not only flushed toilets, but provided water to the truck wash system. The truck was water was also recycled with a sophisticated filtration system.

Client - Linfox Australia
Architect - Designphase Australia
Project Value - $7 million
Services Provided - Communications, Electrical, Fire, Hydraulics & Mechanical Services

Philip Island Race Track

Philip Island Race Track’s old septic pit waste system was totally upgraded in order to accommodate the increasing number of events and motor racing fans to the venue.  The total waste system was now required to be connected to the street sewer main.  The design consisted of three (3) heavy duty, high capacity waste pumps and nearly 1.5km of high pressure underground piping.

Client – Philip Island Race Track
Project Value - $500,000
Services Provided – Hydraulics Services


Port of Sale - Maria Re-Development

A long overdue upgrade to the Port of Sale marina consisted of significant re-modelling of the area with new park areas, public amenities, moorings and a complete lighting upgrade to create a subdued and inviting atmosphere for the public.

Client – Wellington Shire Council
Principal Consultant – GHD
Project Value - $3.0 million
Services Provided – Electrical & Hydraulic Services


Buchan Caves

The existing electrical & lighting system serving the Visitor Centre, Royal & Fairy Caves were unacceptably substandard and required to be upgraded.  JJA was commissioned to carry out a thorough and comprehensive proposal to upgrade the electrical, lighting & emergency lighting systems in a very difficult and harsh environment.

This project was the National Category winner of 2009 NECA Awards by the installation contractor;  A-Phase Electrical.

Client – Parks Victoria
Project Value - $400,000
Services Provided – Electrical Services