New website launched!

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

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
idec is pleased to announce the integration of ecs solutions with idec solutions.  ecs solutions was established as part of the idec group but from here on will operate under the idec brand. This is an exciting step forward, where the entire resources of the previous two companies will now be combined and available to our clients.  All the expertise
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