Central Engineering has been contracted by most of the major Industrial and Commercial construction companies in Queensland together with a lot of smaller builders and developers. Our good reputation for honesty, competitiveness, quality and performance has ensured most customers are repeat customers.
Central Engineering Pty Ltd is committed to delivering the best Customer Service possible and aims to follow theses principles:
Central Engineering is a proud supporter of ADRA Australia in its local, national and international humanitarian activities working with people in poverty and distress to create just and positive change through empowering partnerships and responsible action.
Central Engineering supports Magic Moments Foundation Gold Coast Basket Brigade whose volunteers work before the December holiday season to give food, items, and even toys to needy families.
Youth Management Teams provide opportunities for young people to develop leadership skills and abilities. PCYC is a not for profit organisation that’s for the whole community.
Gold Coast Christian College centrally located Reedy Creek has a reputation for nurturing children through their key developmental years. With an enriched curriculum the college is committed to expanding children’s love for learning and the development of a positive self image. Central Engineering is pleased to support the college in it’s activities.
Students undertake introductory competencies relating to engineering, fabrication and mechanical, covering theory, practical and work experience. Students will perform engineering measurements, apply quality procedures, use hand and power tools, perform routine gas tungsten and metal arc welding as well as mechanical cutting.
The apprentice will generally be involved in the production, manufacture and repair of a wide range of light metal products, including ducts for air-conditioning, hospital and catering equipment, office furniture, refrigeration cabinets, tanks, vats and pipes using thin, flat sheets of metal. The metal sheets are mainly of zinc-covered steel, stainless steel, vinyl covered steel, copper and aluminium, and usually are not more than 3mm thick.
Most students need to complete a period of Work Experience before trying to obtain a Traineeship or Apprenticeship. This allows students to: Gain skills which will be useful in a traineeship or apprenticeship, make them employable, and may give them an edge when applying for a job, traineeship or apprenticeship Gain an understanding of what is expected in that industry (eg. construction – getting to work at 5am, following OHS principles) Experience ‘real life in the workplace’ (eg. getting to work on time, following an employer’s instructions)
Tweed Valley Adventist College is located in magnificent rural setting at Murwillumbah NSW. The college is committed to the wellbeing of the entire college community adopting a wholistic approach caring for the needs of Tweed Valley Adventist College students and their families. The college believes all students have an equal right to learn, work and play, while being treated with respect and dignity encouraging them to appreciate their own worth, and that of others, so that each can develop to his or her potential. The college promotes respect and care for the environment, as well as the development of a deepening sense of care for others, especially those who are disadvantaged. Emphasis is on positive relationships between School, students, staff and families. This is vital in the interests of the wellbeing of the students.
CSheds, Carports and Garages, Structural Metal Fabrication and Erection
Certified Member of the National Structural Steelwork Compliance Scheme. Member Number SCA-051.
Corporate Member of The Welding Technology Institute of Australia. Member Number 126809.
CGU Insurance Ltd. Policy No 10M 5484021. Expiry 01/07/2018
The Accident Insurance Policy covers the full amount of the employer’s liability under the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003.
Central Engineering Pty Ltd has been a member of the Australian Industry Group since 19th September, 1995.
As an ESC Charter Member we commit to run our business along sustainable lines, demonstrate environmental responsibility, and share out knowledge of sustainability with other.
As a fabricator member of the ASI we commit to deliver – High Quality Australian fabricated steelwork, Excellent workmanship, Full compliance with all appropriate safety and environmental standards.
Central Engineering was a foundation member of the Australian Steel Institute Environmental Sustainability Charter established by ASI in collaboration between the Green Building Council of Australia and the Australian Steel Institute.
The ASI ESC promotes a culture of continuous improvement through sustainable business practices designed to increase productivity and efficiency whilst achieving environmental improvement.
In addition to promoting a whole of business approach to environmental sustainability, Central Engineering can provide constructors on projects requiring Green Star Building Certification with a Green Star ‘Steel’ credit of two points. Green Star is Australia’s trusted mark of quality for the design and construction of sustainable buildings, fitouts and communities.
Central Engineering is proud to have received the ASI ESC Environmental Sustainability Charter Award for 2013.
Some of the Environmental Improvement activities taken by Central Engineering are listed below.
Central Engineering works with customers and design consultants at the design and tender stage to reduce the tonnes of structural steel and other resources used in projects through design efficiency and effective use of steel grades – with both environmental improvement and project cost savings the result.
Central Engineering supports Australian manufacturers, steel quality and the environment by purchasing only Australian-manufactured structural steel produced by ISO14001 EMS and World Climate Action program-certified suppliers such as OneSteel.
Central Engineering has installed a 30kW solar electricity system reducing demand for carbon based power. Future enhancements include plans for peak electricity demand management to reduce load on external networks.
Central Engineering replaced all workshop mercury vapour lamps with High Bay LED lamps, significantly reducing electricity consumption and carbon footprint, while also improving workshop floor lighting and delivering a positive return on investment.
All hazardous substances are stored in clearly defined areas and have appropriate signage. They are disposed of in accordance with supplier recommendations. MSDS sheets are available for all hazardous materials in the factory.
Management practices are applied to minimise noise below environment protection and local law levels during all hours of operations. In the workshop employees must wear ear protection at all times. Activity types outside regular hours are controlled to ensure local residents are not adversely affected.
Central Engineering has adopted a planned program of replacing all transformer welders with lower energy use inverter welders. Inverter welders also provide ergonomical and weld flow benefits improving efficiency in welding productivity for our high quality fabricated steel products.
A spill kit comprising of rags, absorptive material, broom, shovel are kept in close proximity to the storage areas. All storage areas are inspected on a regular basis. All spills are cleaned up immediately.
Our manufacturing facility is located adjacent to Currumbin Creek Estuary. Central Engineering supports local environment groups in caring for this beautiful natural environment including sponsoring Friends of Currumbin for native revegetation projects in 2013.