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O’Donnell Griffin takes top prize for second year running at NECA SA Excellence Awards


O’Donnell Griffin has been honoured with the ‘best project’ Perpetual Award for the second consecutive year at the 2012 National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) SA Excellence Awards.

The prestigious accolade, awarded for the Adelaide Desalination Plant Project which topped the Large Industrial category, was announced last Friday at a gala dinner in Adelaide. O’Donnell Griffin also topped the Small Industrial category for works completed on the Australian-first Mini Wind Turbine Trial Project.

Keian Barnard, Chief Executive – O’Donnell Griffin Operations, said the wins were a testament to Norfolk Group’s diversified engineering capabilities to deliver multi-disciplined, complex projects for customers.

“We should be incredibly proud to have been recognised with the Perpetual Award among our peers for the second year running, and I wish to congratulate the SA team, including Matt Lewis, for their terrific work in leading these projects,” Mr Barnard said.

“I’d also like to acknowledge the team’s Commendation within the Large Commercial category for the delivery of the Adelaide Film and Screen Project, and Bridgett Hallion’s finalist listing for Apprentice of the Year.

“All were milestone achievements which, again, demonstrated O’Donnell Griffin moving up the food chain through the provision of innovative, turnkey solutions and industry-leading training and development of the next generation.”

O’Donnell Griffin recently took out two categories in NECA’s Victorian chapter , and now joins all other State winners to be judged at the NECA National Excellence Awards on 29 November 2012 in Brisbane.

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Norfolk Group Limited
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Norfolk employs more than 3,300 people, including highly skilled engineers, electricians, air conditioning technicians and apprentices, across more than 120 sites throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Norfolk has more than 19,500 customers across a range of sectors including infrastructure, industrial, commercial, resources, retail, government and communications.

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