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Australian Construction Achievement Award 2016

Australian Construction Achievement Award 2016
3S Lighting congratulates Laing O’Rourke Australia Construction Pty Ltd on winning the 2016 Australian Construction Achievement Award for the Moorebank Units Relocation project.

At the same time, we would like to thank engineering teams at  AECOM for selecting our luminaires  and entrusting us for this project.
3S Lighting was proud to be involved in manufacturing various luminaire types and designing bespoke fixtures for special applications. 
The high profile relocation and redevelopment project included substantial military training and teaching facilities, accommodation, workshops and Q Stores, explosive ordnance detection dogs facilities, a new base entry and guardhouse, the area mess, sporting facilities as well as the Army’s Museum of Military Engineering, and was completed ahead of a number of target milestones.
Today, more than 2,000 military personnel have now transitioned successfully to new premises.

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