It’s great when hard work pays off… Seven years ago when the Ellis Air Queensland branch started, the opportunity arose to take on a new direction in the digital space. We formed a unique partnership with Autodesk during our journey to increased digitalisation, and transitioned to fully model-driven workflows. It meant we took a ground-up, holistic approach to embracing BIM-led strategies, and
The Ellis Air site crew are hard at work. To ensure this can continue we need to provide them with the best tooling available. Thanks again to our partners at Milwaukee and Centenary Tools.
On Saturday night AMCA QLD hosted their Industry Achievement Awards. It was a fantastic night where we got to celebrate our industries best and brightest. Our very own third year apprentice Hayden Herbert won the Refrigeration Apprentice of the Year Award and our BIM Manager Dean Auger came runners up in the Engineering Support Award. Congratulations to you both and
Completing a Mechanical Plumbing Apprenticeship is Troy, Ryan, Lincoln and Taylar. Completing a Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Apprenticeship is Cam. We started the apprentices with an in house Induction day last Wednesday where we had guests from BUSSQ who ran through the importance of super and Drillfast who updated the guys on a variety of industry topics. The guys then got
Ellis Air Qld are proud and excited to announce that we have been successful in achieving certification for both Safety and QA ISO Standards: ISO 45001:2018 & ISO 9001:2015. We have been congratulated on our use of technology and support operations, and of course our amazing team culture. Thank you to our Safety and QA Manager Micheal Lovett. Your commitment
Yesterday we had the pleasure of congratulating Dani, Riley and Nathan, who finished their mechanical plumbing apprenticeships. Not only are they the first apprentices to come through Ellis Qld, they are also one of the first to be able to obtain the new QBCC Mechanical Services Plumbing Licence. Congratulations and well done Dani, Riley and Nathan.
This project will entail a complete refurbishment of the existing heritage listed Thomas Dixon Centre creating four studios, a café, a wellness centre and administration areas. In addition to the refurbishment works, a new building extension will include rehearsal studios, a 350-400 seat Performance Studio, workshops, dressing rooms, basement and roof top terrace bars and two levels of car parking.