MOLEC Case Studies
MOLEC Case Studies
MOLEC Electrical Contractors Pty Ltd recently took on a project for a local Catholic Church
The project involved the design, construct & installation of lighting that was conducive to the building structure & architecture while maintaining a minimum of impact to the structure and operating on a strict budget, the final result may be viewed below.
With the decision to renovate the church one of the priorities was the overhaul of the lighting system. The parish engaged the services of MOLEC Electrical to undertake this work. The MOLEC team proved to be a great asset in the whole renovation process. Their work was done to a high professional standard with an eye for detail.
They were very easy to work with and their commitment to the project was shown in their ability to come up with good solutions to particular problems, in identifying and rectifying existing wiring problems and their friendly availability when unforeseen situations arose.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Molec Electrical for their professionalism, eye for detail and service.
Fr John O'Connor
St Augustine’s, Yarraville
Automation of refrigerated outpack area (2 deg.C) - Melbourne, Vic.
Although MOLEC wasn't the lowest quote, our client chose MOLEC over its competition due to MOLEC's demonstration in the past of commitment to get the right job done in the right time.
Our client gave MOLEC a very "basic" verbal brief, specifications of conveyors and machinery and a general layout. From this MOLEC delivered and commissioned a fully automated outpack plant including:
Our client couldn't find a local reliable Hazardous Area Electrical Contractor that listened to and understood what their needs. The clients previous experience with MOLEC in a similar installation in Melbourne, prompted our client to contact MOLEC to carry out the Tasmanian plant installation.
MOLEC provided data, fibre optic and telephony communications system which gave the customer a greater control and flexibility.
“ Molec Electrical was the preferred contractor for the Angliss Reserve lighting project.
The project was managed by Maribyrnong Council on behalf of the Footscray Lacrosse Club. The prime contractor was Shadeport Constructions. Being a community based project there was a need for a generous amount of consultation with all parties. The staff at Molec delivered decisive advise that allowed the project to proceed with minimal disruption and quality finish.
Tom Kelly was instrumental to the ultimate success of the project, the quality of work and the timely manner in which all activities were undertaken were second to none. For any organization looking to appoint a quality electrical contractor, I would highly recommend Molec. You will be treated with respect and professionalism from honest down to earth people who are committed to excellence.
Greg Mollison – Shadeport Constuctions. ”