Every project starts with a site safety plan documenting risks and mitigation before we begin. A quality plan is also developed to ensure installations are performed without defective products or workmanship. In the next phase, a commissioning and hand-over plan is developed to ensure installed systems will be completed on time and in accordance with the commissioning program. Only once planning is complete do we construct. Our secret to a trouble-free construction schedule is to provide quality supervisors who think two steps ahead of the game.
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Designing and engineering for pre-fabrication improves installation quality and reduces on site installation time.
We ensure the right site manager for the project using the right methodology is assigned to each job. Each project is seen as a training opportunity for our employees allowing us to constantly improve our methodologies.
We use Tridium and Distech control systems, but also install and manage 14 other Building Management Systems.
Having an in-house electrical team allows us to tackle more complicated customer problems while providing advice on electrical issues which may impact on energy costs.
VAE have our own commissioning team because we know if we are to provide certainty, then we need to be confident in the operation of the systems we install. We commission using CIBSE guidelines and to NEBB standards.
VAE is compliant with the National Construction Code and has a current EBA registered with the Fair Work Commission.
VAE is certified with the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB).
We currently construct in four countries – Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand and China.