Alltype Engineering News

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Jumping In to Support Local Community

May 2022

As part of our Community Support Commitment, Alltype Engineering proudly sponsored the 90cm Championship classes at the Murray Horse and Pony Club’s “Show Jumping Spectacular” held in May 2022. This event attracted adult and junior riders from around the Perth metropolitan and South West regions for the two day event.

Murray Horse and Pony Club is based in Coolup and has approximately 40 riding members ranging from 4 to 24 years of age. Pony Clubs aim to promote the physical, mental and spiritual development of young people by encouraging sportsmanship and good citizenship and by providing opportunities for young riders to gain knowledge and become proficient in their chosen equestrian sport. The Pony Club differs from other youth movements because the horse is used as the main centre of interest around which to develop personal qualities and life skills while enjoying and taking part in equestrian sports.

Christmas Opening Hours

December 2021

Alltype wins Lynas Rare Earth Kiln Installation Contract

November 2021

Alltype Engineering has been awarded the contract for the erection and installation of the Rotary Kiln at Lynas Rare Earths Processing Facility in Kalgoorlie, valued at ~A$12 million.

The award of this project represents a significant milestone for Alltype Engineering, increasing its service offering to incorporate large rotating kiln installations.

Alltype wins APA Group Ambania Compressor Station Contract

November 2021

Alltype Engineering has been awarded the Ambania Compressor Station contract for APA Group, valued at approximately $25 million.

Alltype Engineering establishes presence on the East Coast

July 2021

Perth founded and based Alltype Engineering is expanding its presence and capability to better service the East Coast and has opened an office in Queensland.

Managing Director, Kelvin Andrijich states “This commitment is an important step for the company, and we look forward to growing our business and using our experienced team to support customers right across Australia.”

Project In Progress - AGIG Solomon Metering Station Upgrade

April 2021

Alltype Engineering has been engaged by Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) on the upgrade of its Solomon Hub Meter Station Upgrade, which is located approximately 280km south east of Karratha.

Recently, we have successfully carried out Proof Load Testing of the Meter Station Upgrade Skid at our Naval Base Facility. The skid will now go out for Surface Treatment before returning to our workshop for full SMP and electrical and instrumentation assembly.

Embracing of the Spirit of Mateship

April 2021

Seven of our workshop team members formed their own basketball team “Alltype Airballers” and joined the local men’s basketball competition at the Cockburn Arc this Summer season.

The team won the Men’s Summer Season 2021 against the Sonics Team last night by 10 points.

Alltype Engineering Announces Former Founder and Chief Operating Officer Retirement - Colin Heitman

March 2021

Former Founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Alltype Engineering, Colin Heitman is retiring from the organisation after leading its business over the past 33 years.

Colin commenced with Alltype Engineering Services in 1988 as an Estimator and Project Manager, progressing to the role of Managing Director in 1997 which he held for 20 years. As the company continued to grow and expand, Colin stepped into the COO role within the group in 2017, responsible for project delivery and workshop operations.

Practical Completion achieved at APA Group’s Lake Way Gas Pipeline Facility Project

February 2021

Alltype Engineering is pleased to announce the achievement of Practical Completion of the Lake Way Gas Pipeline Facility.

APA Group appointed Alltype Engineering to construct both the Karlawinda and Lake Way Gas Pipeline Facilities, near Newman and Wiluna respectively.

HSE Incentive Lunch

January 2021

Today, at Alltype Engineering we celebrate another month of zero recordable injuries closing out December, 2020.

We view the health and safety of employees and stakeholders as our number one core value. In 2020 and now 2021, through our continuous improvement and collaborative approach across our organisation to reduce workplace injuries, we have been fostering a more positive health and safety culture with an engaged workforce across the board. The continuous review, consultation and refinement of our safety policies, standards and procedures across our business will hopefully ensure our shared expectations on safety are clearly communicated and achieved.

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