RRS-1 Facility Complete

Thursday, 17 December 2015 by

idec’s Darwin team have successfully completed the construction of the Remote Radar Facility for JKC. The project was delivered on time and on budget. idec’s scope for this project included: Civil construction works Concrete footings Erection of a 30m telecommunications tower Installation of an equipment shelter Earthing of all works involving 35m deep earth rods

The ABC’s 7.30 Report reveals the Australian steel industry’s warning about the safety standards of imported steel. Local fabricators are being engaged to repair dangerous workmanship on imported product bound for bridges, road infrastructure and general construction. At idec, we continue our unrelenting commitment to local manufacturing with our workshop producing a 100% compliant product. Hayden Cooper,

idec Solutions have been contracted by Airservices Australia to complete the upgrade works to their Mount Barrow (Tasmania) Communications Facility. Mount Barrow is a remote site at an elevation of 1415m with significant weather issues and a helicopter only installation approach for much of the works. The Project involves: Demolition of existing structures onsite including

In July, idec installed the first of three link bridges for Lend Lease at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, linking the Facilities Management Centre and the Main Hospital Building. The 37 metre bridge was pre-assembled in two sections off site and transported to the construction site for installation. idec utilised a 350 tonne crane to

idec’s Winter edition of ‘insite’ is available now. Click the below image to download.  

idec goes international

Friday, 10 July 2015 by

idec has been contracted to design and supply two (2) buildings that will form part of camp accommodation structures for employees on a significant gold mining operation in West Africa. Local temperatures reaching as high as 45 degrees have factored heavily into how idec approached the design work. Given this extreme heat, all buildings and connecting

idec Solutions was recently awarded the contract to Design and Construct a new 1000m2 warehouse on Brisbane’s southside. The structure will be used by Golden Harvest for the storage of raw products prior to exporting. With idec’s in-house capabilities, we will not only design and oversee construction of the concrete tilt panel building, but also

idec CEO, Glenn Gibson, will be taking part in the 2015 Vinnies CEO Sleepout where he will be sleeping rough on one of the coldest nights of the year to raise funds to support Australia’s homeless. On Thursday 18 June, CEO’s around the country will get a small glimpse into life on the streets. Funds

idec to Supply Hospital Links

Monday, 02 February 2015 by

Lend Lease has awarded idec the supply and installation of three (3) link bridges for the Sunshine Coast University Hospital. The bridges link the following: 1) carpark building, 2) main hospital building and 3) facility management centre over the internal hospital roads.   To ensure we meet the Lend Lease construction program, all bridges will be fabricated

idec Solutions has secured the contract for the construction of a remote Communication and Navigational facility as part of the Ichthys LNG Project in Darwin. Contracting direct to JKC Australia through our vertical infrastructure division, the project is currently programmed to start in May 2015 ( to avoid Darwin’s renowned wet season) with an anticipated completion date

idec Solutions are pleased to announce their commitment to the Australian Steel Institute Environmental Sustainability Charter (ESC). The Environmental Sustainability Charter is designed for downstream enterprises associated with steel manufacturing, fabrication or services to demonstrate a company’s approach to environmental improvement and is designed to be used by regulators, environmental rating agencies and bodies such

idec solutions are pleased to have been awarded the Design and Construct of a 7300m2 Precast Building in Sydney. The structure is a purpose built facility which will be used for the manufacturing of the sky train bridge segments. These segments will form part of the Northwest Rail Link project in Sydney which is the

New website launched!

Friday, 01 August 2014 by

Welcome to our new website!  idec solutions is proud to make their new website live.  We look forward to providing you with updates about our projects, products, services, and team members.  Thank you for taking the time to peruse our new site.

idec was recently awarded the supply and install contract for the structural steel to the Eastern Portal Cut Cover works on the Legacy Way project for Transcity. Legacy Way is the latest Brisbane tunnel which is expected to be open for commuters in 2015.  The twin, two-lane tunnels connect Toowong to Kelvin Grove, easing the

idec are proud to be sponsoring the Transcity team as they take on the  Rio Tinto Ride to Conquer Cancer.   The ride is a 200km/ two day journey throughout Queenslands scenic countryside, taking part on 16-17 August 2014.  The event is in aid of the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute: one of Australia’s largest

idec continues its association with the Enroute Radar Replacement Project for Indra Australia, with the award of two sites in Adelaide and Queensland. This project involves the upgrade of the radar sites inclusive of: Radar replacement Radar tower Upgrades Substantial building services upgrades to the building facilities and Civil and site works idec welcomes the

Due to expansion of their operations, Penrite Oil required an additional 3000m2 of floor space to be added to their existing building, idec has been engaged to design and construct the extension. With our in-house capabilities idec were able to prepare not only the architectural and structural drawings required to meet the NCC but co-ordinate

Humes, Darwin

Monday, 23 June 2014 by

The team at Humes Darwin engaged idec solutions to design & construct a new enclosed REO building and a roof system over the freestanding gantry crane. The brief was that the building had to be comfortable for those who would work inside the building while workers under the gantry crane needed to be kept dry

Recent changes to Australian Standards for structural steel have been introduced to address industry concerns about product quality, identification and traceability. Key changes to the standards include mandatory requirements for material marking, test certificates and approved testing laboratories. An example of the material marking requirements is that rolled sections to AS/NZS 3679.1 must have a

Everybody loves a bargain! However, we all hate to be stung by a ‘bargain’ that ends up costing us more, delivers less and creates intense trouble that can lead to litigation. Is imported cheap steel cost effective? Does it truly meet Australia’s standards of quality of material and manufacture? Are safety issues before, during and

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