BE Switchcraft is well know in South Australia for its Switchboards, low voltage, light and power and mechanical boards. However we are also an integrator, offering lighting and room control, energy management systems and also hotel room automation.
In our work on the $330 million Sky City Casino upgrade in the riverfront precinct is state of the art, featuring connected products, lighting and room automation along with the power distribution and management of the entire building.
BE Switchcraft will soon be moving from the Bowden premises it has occupied for over 50 years to a new location at Old Port Road, Royal Park which will bring the entire business under one roof.
The move has been precipitated by a substantial increase in the volume of work and the need for a larger, more closely integrated production facility with better vehicle and truck access.
It will be a connected property, featuring a mix of metering, Energy Management Systems and Lighting Control forming a full technology hub. It will also be a working example of how we are helping our clients deliver a complete connected panel.
As part of the move, there will be a substantial investment of resources across the business to meet expected future demand.
The new location will allow the commencement of an additional shift to maintain and exceed production schedules for our clients.
We look forward to sharing more information about the new premises and how this will benefit our clients in the near future.
Over the last 5 years, there has been an acceleration in the technology installed within switchboards and this pace is increasing in a power conscious and information rich society.
BE Switchcraft recently completed a complex Form 3B switchboard for Davies Electrical. The MSB, (shown below) went round a corner of the switch room and measured 10 metres in length with a 2 metre corner section.
The project called for the board to be created in 5 modular sections to get it into a tight space and was designed by our own team to AS/NZS 61439.
Well done to all the team and thanks to both Davies Electrical and the consulting engineers GHD for their collaboration on this exciting project.
Located in the iconic Mclaren Vale wine region, d’Arenberg has been producing award winning wines over 4 generations since 1912.
The new five storey multi-function building is set amongst Mourvèdre vines, with views overlooking the rolling hills of Willunga and the 19th century homestead that houses the existing cellar door and d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant. The d’Arenberg Cube, modelled on the design of a Rubik’s cube, is an $14 million building which spans five storeys and features a tasting room, restaurant and a viewing gallery overlooking the sprawling vineyard and rolling hills of the Southern Vales.
UniSA is developing a new 14 storey $247.3M health and innovation facility on North Terrace as an integral part of the South Australian Health and Biomedical Precinct on North Terrace. The new facility will incorporate the SciCEd Gallery, a new innovative gallery promoting science and innovation and community engagement. It will also provide new specialist teaching and research laboratories for the School of Pharmacy Biomedical Sciences and specialist research facilities, laboratories and office accommodation for the Centre for Cancer Biology (CCB)