Construction 

44 Market Street - Tenant & House DB upgrade

We are excited to announce our latest project win. We have been appointed as head contractor to replace all House & Tenant switchboards throughout 44 Market Street.

Australia Square
Electrical Infrastructure Upgrade

This project involves the staged replacement of the building’s existing Main
Switchboards located on Level 3, Level 19 and Level 35. Paralleling of existing and proposed Main Switchboards to facilitate the changeover of existing submains cabling. Replacement of all MIMS cabling with fire rated cable & containment to meet AS3013. Expand and modify the existing PLC system in order to cater for the new ATS units and motorised circuit breakers.
Provision to power existing tenants/facilities with temporary consumer mains if they cannot be isolated for the duration of any of the staged shut downs. The building was fully occupied with tenants throughout project duration.

309/321 Kent Street
Electrical Infrastructure Upgrade & Retail Works

All Worx Electrical was engaged as the principal electrical contractor to complete the Electrical Infrastructure Upgrade & Retail Works at 309/321 Kent Street.

With over 30+ Tenants spread across both buildings (including critical tenants that require 24/7 power) All Worx Electrical was responsible for maintaining the day to day operation of the building while installation & coordination over 19km of sub-mains & consumer-mains cabling, Service Protective Devices, Main Switch Boards, Main Distribution Boards

All Worx Electrical was engaged under a Design and Construct Contract to complete the design, supply, install and commissioning services for the following areas:

  • Reticulation of New Consumer Mains

  • New Main Switchboard

  • New Distribution Boards

  • Generator Mains 

  • Sub mains

  • UPS and Generator Backed Services

  • Earthing System 

  • General Power

  • General lighting

  • Feature Lighting

  • Emergency escape lighting and exit signage

  • Lighting Control Dali (CBUS)

  • Final sub circuits, outlets and accessories

  • Structured Cabling

175 Liverpool Street
L1 to L14 low-rise refurbishment and mid-plant room conversion

This project was a 14 level electrical infrastructure upgrade which included the upgrade of all house and tenant rising cabling with new house and tenant fused tee-off boxes installed on the east and west side of each floor. A combination of new whole current metering and current transformer metering was installed on these levels. Generator and mechanical rising mains cabling was upgraded from the existing aluminium cabling to new fire rated copper cabling including the installation of new fused tee-off cabinets. This building was fully occupied during all works, shutdowns and disruptive works had to be closely co-ordinated with the local supply authorities, building management and the tenant’s representatives. Due to methodical planning and a comprehensive understanding of the challenges of this project prior to commencement of works, this project was completed within the project time frames and within the project budget.

Pipe Networks Data Centre
2 x 2000Amp Main Switchboards and UPS systems installation

This project had a compressed construction programme of 20 weeks, with a team of 8 x electrical tradesman and 6 x apprentices working 12hr shifts we managed this programme and completed the project 1 week ahead of the programmed completion date.

Wesley Gardens Age Care Complex, Belrose.
Substation and Electrical infrastructure upgrade project.

The work included the establishment of a new network substation on site, installation of new switchboards, modifications to the existing site HV & LV power reticulation, Liaise with Ausgrid and UEA (level 3 designer) regarding the requirements of the network design brief and level 3 design.


A challenging project as the scope of works was to upgrade site substation, decommission redundant sub-station, upgrade all consumer mains cabling, Main Switchboards and tariff meeting whilst keeping the site 100% operational 24/7. We achieved this using mobile generators to supply temporary power during all shutdown works.

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