Comdain Infrastructure has opened a new operational centre in the northern Brisbane suburb of Banyo and will move from their current location in Eagle Farm to the new renovated office and warehouse in October 2016.
Comdain is currently celebrating over 50 years in business. The now 500-employee-strong company is also experiencing a steady rate of development.
Comdain CEO, Peter Coen, said, “We have always planned for sustained growth, we have some of the best engineering and management minds in the country and a culture which attracts a positive vibe.”
The new larger facility, consisting of 4,000m of building and 12,000m of hardstand space, was built due to Comdain’s impressive list of current and ongoing projects and achievements.
Comdain services Queensland’s major urban water and gas authorities including – QUU, Unitywater, SEQWater and APA.
With the requirements of these and other high profile clients throughout the state, it is important for Comdain to ensure clients are continuously getting the same level of quality workmanship.
This is why they took the strategic decision of combining the project management team, service delivery and warehouse to create highly efficient integration between all working groups.
According to Queensland State Manager, Robert Ryan, the new office complex is in an ideal location for clients and networks.
“Comdain are well known for our ability to project manage complex jobs effectively and efficiently, by combining our state corporate and operational teams we have the ability to deliver innovative solutions through quick decision-making and service excellence.
“We look forward to inviting clients for a tour of the building over the coming months.”