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At Flomar, we streamline complex projects with innovative processes and engineering solutions, ensuring operational efficiency and timely delivery. Our multidisciplinary expertise enables us to exceed project requirements, fostering meaningful, long-term relationships with clients. Committed to outstanding satisfaction, we deliver innovative solutions safely, cost effectively, and on schedule.

IDENTITY

At Flomar, we shape our identity by exceeding customer expectations and standing by you throughout every unique project journey. Our commitment to environmental responsibility is a steadfast promise, embracing sustainable practices and contributing positively to communities. We build more than structures at Flomar, we build a better tomorrow for all.

ETHOS

Flomar’s large and diverse workforce informs our work with its prized combination of unique, expert knowledge, ensuring the continued delivery of large scale complex projects. We work to disrupt inefficient infrastructure processes by curating a highly agile and multi-disciplinary team capable of adapting to changing project needs and managing urgent situations as they arise.

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01

POWER DISTRIBUTION & TRANSMISSION

Flomar is a Level 1 Accredited Service Provider, and holds Company Authorisation to work on Ausgrid and Endeavour Energy distribution and transmission networks across Greater Sydney. Licensed to carry out certified electrical, civil engineering, infrastructure-related electrical works for both underground and overhead sites, Flomar works closely with project stakeholders to upgrade power projects vital to communities. Our team has delivered works across a variety of electrical networks, including Ausgrid, Endeavour Energy, TransGrid, and Sydney Trains. We have been involved in major transmission projects across Greater Sydney, notably working to upgrade the exiting TransGrid Network for TransGrid’s Powering Sydney’s Future project. In securing safe and reliable power for Sydney residents, Flomar constructed 330kV underground cables between TransGrid’s Rookwood Road substation at Potts Hill and the Beaconsfield-West substation at Alexandria — replacing underground cables which were at the upper limit of their serviceable lifetime. Our capabilities in power distribution and transmission include the: Construction of complex, in-ground service routes; Excavation and installation of conduit and cable; Installation of Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation; Management of Cable Pull; Installation of Lightpoles; Installation of Pillars; Installation of Padmount Substations.

02

TELECOMMUNICATIONS & ITS

Flomar is an accredited contractor for both Optus and Telstra in the construction of complex, in-ground service routes. Our team has delivered works across a variety of telecommunication networks and hold extensive experience in constructing ITS routes for major road network upgrades.

03

FUTURE GRID - VEHICLE CHARGERS

We are committed to helping the community achieve an affordable, resilient and net-zero future. Our aim is to continue driving the energy transition by increasing electric vehicle (EV) accessibility through the installation of public chargers that utilise pre-existing infrastructure, while making it easy to connect EV charging at home. From various locations across NSW, Flomar has worked closely with EV charging organisations, providing ASP2 and ASP1 services in constructing these Future Grid assets-9 critical in ensuring a ‘cleaner’ future for our energy sector

04

FUTURE GRID - COMMUNITY BATTERIES

Under the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) programme, Flomar are constructing community batteries; a shared solution for a local neighbourhood that allows both that neighbourhood and the wider community to access the multiple benefits batteries can provide. Some of these benefits include; More rooftop solar and electric devices, such as electric vehicle chargers to be connected. They will strengthen the grid reducing the need to limit (curtail) solar exports and help customers maximise their solar investment. Helps share more solar within the local area, including to households without solar. Creates a positive impact on wholesale electricity prices that could eventually flow through to reduced electricity prices Helps to regulate voltage on the network and improves network quality in the local area. Offers a flexible alternative to traditional poles and wires investment and helps lower network costs. Access to an online information hub where the community can see how much energy was stored and used daily. Installation of RCP Pipe, up to 1500mm in diameter; Installation of Concrete Culverts, including FRP works; Construction of Large Stormwater Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation; Construction of Headwalls — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation.

05

RAIL

Under the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) programme, Flomar are constructing community batteries; a shared solution for a local neighbourhood that allows both that neighbourhood and the wider community to access the multiple benefits batteries can provide. Some of these benefits include; More rooftop solar and electric devices, such as electric vehicle chargers to be connected. They will strengthen the grid reducing the need to limit (curtail) solar exports and help customers maximise their solar investment. Helps share more solar within the local area, including to households without solar. Creates a positive impact on wholesale electricity prices that could eventually flow through to reduced electricity prices Helps to regulate voltage on the network and improves network quality in the local area. Offers a flexible alternative to traditional poles and wires investment and helps lower network costs. Access to an online information hub where the community can see how much energy was stored and used daily. Installation of RCP Pipe, up to 1500mm in diameter; Installation of Concrete Culverts, including FRP works; Construction of Large Stormwater Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation; Construction of Headwalls — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation.

06

DRAINAGE & STORMWATER

Flomar’s key areas of expertise in the construction of stormwater drainage routes include the: Installation of RCP Pipe, up to 1500mm in diameter; Installation of Concrete Culverts, including FRP works; Construction of Large Stormwater Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation; Construction of Headwalls — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation.

07

NDD EXCAVATION

In addressing Flomar’s commitment to environmental sustainability, we have a fleet of powerful NDD Hydrovacuum Excavation Trucks ready to provide our clients with a safe, clean, and environmentally friendly method of excavation. Each NDD Truck is fitted with double lance operation, allowing for simultaneous use to effectively double our slit trenching and potholing production possibility — allowing us to pass these cost-effective and timely benefits along to our clients.

08

CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Flomar possesses a strong capability in the assembly of concrete structures, including the construction of suspended slabs, staircases, large HV pits, complex stormwater structures, rigid concrete pavement, kerb and gutter, footpaths, and pram ramps.

SYDNEY GATEWAY

Sydney Gateway Road, a toll-free initiative, is set to transform Australia's largest city. With a $2.6 billion investment, it aims to reduce commute times and enhance global standing while upgrading local infrastructure. Flomar contributes crucial services for its development.

M7-M12 Integration Project

The M7-M12 Integration Project expands the M7 Motorway and establishes a vital connection between Elizabeth Drive and the M12 Motorway. Flomar is enlisted for the 11kv distribution, streetlighting, and ITS network construction.

WSA

The Western Sydney International (Nancy Bird Walton) airport comprises terminal and precinct extent of works comprises the terminal building, airside apron, landside plaza, carparking and two technical engineering rooms (TER) located at the site boundary.

Mulgoa Road

The Mulgoa Road project aims to enhance road safety and upgrade M4 exit ramps in Penrith, New South Wales. Flomar, engaged by Seymour Whyte, contributes to various aspects of this vital initiative.

Raising London Circuit

The RLC project aims to boost connectivity, activate City West, and create new precincts and public spaces. Flomar's role involves constructing a significant concrete retaining wall for this transformative initiative.

WDSM

The WDSM project enhances the Western Distributor for safety and efficiency. Flomar, engaged by the Smart Link Alliance, constructs essential underground infrastructure across 19 locations, addressing challenges in congested areas.

M12 Central

The M12 Motorway, a key element of the $4.4 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan, aims to enhance travel efficiency. Flomar played a crucial role in relocating distribution assets-9 and constructing the ITS network.

Eastern Creek Speedway

Engaged by Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, Flomar contributes to building a world-class speedway for Western Sydney as part of Sydney Metro West. The speedway enhances the Australian motorsport racing community's experience.

Interfleet Maintenance

A New Intercity Fleet has been constructed to replace the trains carrying customers from Sydney to the Central Coast, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast. The detailed design and construction of the new maintenance facility at Kangy Angy, which will service and maintain the New Intercity Fleet, has been delivered by principal contractor John Holland on behalf of Transport for NSW.

Chalmers Street Substation

Chalmers Street Substation, part of the Power Supply Upgrade program by Transport for NSW, enhances rail network power for future expansions. Flomar, engaged by Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, contributes to its success.

  • 01 SYDNEY GATEWAY
  • 02 M7-M12 Integration Project
  • 03 WSA
  • 04 Mulgoa Road
  • 05 Raising London Circuit
  • 06 WDSM
  • 07 M12 Central
  • 08 Eastern Creek Speedway
  • 09 Interfleet Maintenance
  • 10 Chalmers Street Substation
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Testimonials

ARTHUR HIBBARD

PROJECT MANAGER

working closely with Flomar Civil they have shown to provide a reliable, well planned, and professional service. This is demonstrated from senior management to project managers, engineering, and work crew.I was impressed watching the site team working with limited conversation or direction required as it was clear the individuals all knew their own tasks and the works were well planned

Camille Gerges

SENIOR UTILITIES ENGINEER

Flomar and the team are perfectly suited to the Teir 1 environment. On numerous occasions they have demonstrated this through their construction/utility expertise, flexibility with resourcing to accommodate tight programs, and most importantly their commitment to safety.

Mark Whelan

GENERAL MANAGER

Flomar have supported Abergeldie on several infrastructure projects involving utilities, concrete structures, and roadworks construction. Flomar continue to exceed expectations as a responsive and competent civil contractor

Paul Stathis

PROJECT DIRECTOR

We chose to employ with Flomar on the WDSM Alliance following positive references & experiences received from our colleagues on other SWC projects. After 6 months working through the most challenging work Site in Australia, trenching through the Sydney CBD, I’m glad we have chosen to work with Flomar as they always come prepared with the best attitude, personnel, Plant and equipment. No challenge or request is to too big or small as they treat all our staff with the utmost respect and professionalism that reflects our high standards. I would endorse Flomar as Utilities service provider of choice for works on any project with confidence

ALAN BRIGHT

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT

Having worked with Flomar across numerous projects in the past I can testify to them being a solutions-based company that can competently deliver complex packages of works. Their on-site teams demonstrate a wealth of experience working in utilities congested areas and the safe management of the same.

Tadhg Browne

UTILITIES PROJECT MANAGER

Having worked with Flomar on two major projects, I have seen first hand the exemplary quality of work they produce, meeting key milestone dates for all their works with minimal fuss. They have also demonstrated a great attitude towards safety to ensure works are completed to the highest safety standards ensuring no delays or stoppages to works

Alexander Tsolis

UTILITIES & ITS PROJECT MANAGER

Flomar assisted in the delivery of several major utilities packages on the Sydney Gateway Project including multiple 11kv relocations, a shared service corridor containing the HV feeder for Sydney Airport, ITS, 33kv Transmission, and streetlighting. They were a highly competent and responsive contractor, displaying a solution focused approach to the complexities arising from working in constrained conditions within a brown field environment; an approach which was shared by both site teams and management. Our team would recommend Flomar for without reservation

Dante Scarlato

UTILITIES MANAGER

Flomar were engaged by Georgiou to complete the ITS Underground Cableway scope on the Mona Vale Road Widening Project.The complex scope was well planned and successful delivered by the experienced and skilled team.We thank Sam and the team for the professional approach and delivery, we are looking forward to considering Flomar for the next project.

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SERVICES

Flomar is a Level 1 Accredited Service Provider, and holds Company Authorisation to work on Ausgrid and Endeavour Energy distribution and transmission networks across Greater Sydney. Licensed to carry out certified electrical, civil engineering, infrastructure-related electrical works for both underground and overhead sites, Flomar works closely with project stakeholders to upgrade power projects vital to communities. Our team has delivered works across a variety of electrical networks, including Ausgrid, Endeavour Energy, TransGrid, and Sydney Trains. We have been involved in major transmission projects across Greater Sydney, notably working to upgrade the exiting TransGrid Network for TransGrid’s Powering Sydney’s Future project. In securing safe and reliable power for Sydney residents, Flomar constructed 330kV underground cables between TransGrid’s Rookwood Road substation at Potts Hill and the Beaconsfield-West substation at Alexandria — replacing underground cables which were at the upper limit of their serviceable lifetime. Our capabilities in power distribution and transmission include the: Construction of complex, in-ground service routes; Excavation and installation of conduit and cable; Installation of Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation; Management of Cable Pull; Installation of Lightpoles; Installation of Pillars; Installation of Padmount Substations.

Flomar is an accredited contractor for both Optus and Telstra in the construction of complex, in-ground service routes. Our team has delivered works across a variety of telecommunication networks and hold extensive experience in constructing ITS routes for major road network upgrades.

We are committed to helping the community achieve an affordable, resilient and net-zero future. Our aim is to continue driving the energy transition by increasing electric vehicle (EV) accessibility through the installation of public chargers that utilise pre-existing infrastructure, while making it easy to connect EV charging at home. From various locations across NSW, Flomar has worked closely with EV charging organisations, providing ASP2 and ASP1 services in constructing these Future Grid assets-9 critical in ensuring a ‘cleaner’ future for our energy sector

Under the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) programme, Flomar are constructing community batteries; a shared solution for a local neighbourhood that allows both that neighbourhood and the wider community to access the multiple benefits batteries can provide. Some of these benefits include; More rooftop solar and electric devices, such as electric vehicle chargers to be connected. They will strengthen the grid reducing the need to limit (curtail) solar exports and help customers maximise their solar investment. Helps share more solar within the local area, including to households without solar. Creates a positive impact on wholesale electricity prices that could eventually flow through to reduced electricity prices Helps to regulate voltage on the network and improves network quality in the local area. Offers a flexible alternative to traditional poles and wires investment and helps lower network costs. Access to an online information hub where the community can see how much energy was stored and used daily. Installation of RCP Pipe, up to 1500mm in diameter; Installation of Concrete Culverts, including FRP works; Construction of Large Stormwater Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation; Construction of Headwalls — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation.

Flomar has proven capabilities on large-scale multidisciplinary rail projects, and we are regularly engaged in projects involving rail corridor work. Our management team are experienced in the detailed planning phases required to ensure complex rail possession scopes run as smoothly as possible, with contingencies in place to address unforeseen occurrences if they appear. Our front-line team is RIW trained, and are extremely competent in working under possession conditions.

Flomar’s key areas of expertise in the construction of stormwater drainage routes include the:

  • Installation of RCP Pipe, up to 1500mm in diameter;
  • Installation of Concrete Culverts, including FRP works;
  • Construction of Large Stormwater Pits — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation;
  • Construction of Headwalls — for both on-site construction and pre-cast installation.

In addressing Flomar’s commitment to environmental sustainability, we have a fleet of powerful NDD Hydrovacuum Excavation Trucks ready to provide our clients with a safe, clean, and environmentally friendly method of excavation. Each NDD Truck is fitted with double lance operation, allowing for simultaneous use to effectively double our slit trenching and potholing production possibility — allowing us to pass these cost-effective and timely benefits along to our clients.

Flomar possesses a strong capability in the assembly of concrete structures, including the construction of suspended slabs, staircases, large HV pits, complex stormwater structures, rigid concrete pavement, kerb and gutter, footpaths, and pram ramps.

HOW WE WORK?

At Flomar, we understand the delivery of quality, innovative solutions first require leading safety, quality, and environmental sustainability commitments. We are currently certified by a third-party auditor to AS/NSZ 4801 OH&S Management Systems, ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems, and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems.

Environmental Sustainability

We are currently certified by a third-party auditor to ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems, but our commitment to sustainability extends beyond certification. At Flomar we take our commitment to the environment seriously, and accordingly have implemented several initiatives to improve our carbon footprint.

Quality Assurance

We are currently certified by a third party auditor to ISO 9001:2016, and have established an integrated quality management system compliant with the international standard. To safeguard against incidents and ensure our HSEQ compliance, we have an experienced HSEQ team responsible for auditing and assisting our projects. Our quality systems management delivers a framework to guide Flomar in establishing and maintaining best-practice controls in all projects.

PROJECT SAFETY

As one of Australia’s leading, multi-disciplined civil engineering and construction contractors, our work is completed to the highest WHS legislative standards. Committed to the safety and wellbeing of our employees, sub-contractors, and project stakeholders, we take proactive action to involve our team in WHS processes from risk management strategies to routine re-education — because safety starts with the individual. By complying with high WHS standards, Flomar is proud to maintain a safe and stress-free work environment.

Some of our key objectives are to:

  • Employ a WHS-first approach to all projects;
  • Integrate WHS management at every stage of project planning;
  • Implement proactive WHS management strategies;
  • Routinely assess our WHS strategies for improvement opportunities;
  • Involve all employees and project stakeholders in regular safe work training to assure their ongoing compliance with WHS legislation.
  • Control hazard risks according to the Occupational Risk Management process of Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control
  • Frequently monitor and review risk controls to ensure their continuing effectiveness;
  • Provide effective WHS injury management and rehabilitation strategies.

Project Detail

The Sydney Gateway road project, a toll-free initiative, is poised to revolutionize the transportation landscape of Australia's largest city. By significantly reducing travel time during morning peak hours, the project is set to trim up to 40 minutes for drivers commuting from Parramatta to Sydney Airport. With a substantial investment of $2.6 billion, this transformative project is not only expected to enhance Sydney's global standing but also to restore local roads to the nearby communities. Furthermore, it promises to drastically reduce travel durations to and from Sydney Airport's Domestic and International terminals. Featuring a total of 19 bridges, including one that will be wider than the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and offering a direct connection to the new Sydney motorway network at St Peters Interchange, Sydney Gateway will streamline travel for motorists and divert up to 10,000 trucks a day from local streets.

To support the Sydney Gateway project, Flomar were engaged to deliver the following scope;

  • Relocation of 2 x 33kv Transmission Feeders
  • Relocation of multiple 11kv distribution assets-9 across a total of 9 locations
  • Construction of a shared service route corridor including communications, ITS, and the High Voltage network to Sydney Airport
  • Construction of street lighting
  • Construction of large in-situ concrete structures and pits

The M7-M12 Integration Project includes a widening of the M7 Motorway and the delivery of the M7-M12 Integration Project, including a connection between Elizabeth Drive and the M12 Motorway. The project will add an additional lane to the M7 Motorway, in both directions, for around 26 kilometres between the M5 interchange at Prestons to Richmond Road at Oakhurst/Glendenning. Flomar has been engaged to complete the 11kv distribution asset and streetlighting relocation, as well as construction of the new ITS network.

The Western Sydney International (Nancy Bird Walton) airport comprises terminal and precinct extent of works comprises the terminal building, airside apron, landside plaza, carparking and two technical engineering rooms (TER) located at the site boundary. The terminal building includes four habitable levels which accommodate; passengers’ front of house areas (check-in, waiting and circulation spaces), retail (specialist and food cook), offices border agency and third-party airline offices, baggage handling, plant rooms and lounge areas.

Flomar’s scope includes construction of the underground service route for the high voltage system, low voltage systems, and communications.

The Mulgoa Road project will deliver improvements to road safety and the M4 exit ramps, as part of the Mulgoa Road stage 1 upgrade between Jeanette Street to Blaikie Road in Penrith, New South Wales. Mulgoa Road – the main access route from Penrith to the M4 Motorway in Sydney’s west – will undergo a major enhancement as part of a 6.5-kilometre road corridor upgrade to connect the Penrith community, including its central business district, with other parts of greater Sydney.

Flomar have been engaged by Principal Contractor (Seymour Whyte) to deliver the following scope;

  • Relocation of multiple 11kv distribution assets-9
  • Construction of street lighting
  • Relocation of communications assets-9
  • Construction of new ITS routes

RLC will improve connectivity and enhance amenities between the city and lake, activate underutilised parts of City West and unlock opportunities for new precincts and public spaces. This transformative initiative will unlock opportunities for the development of new precincts and public spaces.

Raising London Circuit is also an important enabling project for the first 1.7km section of Light Rail to Woden between the City and Commonwealth Park.

Flomar have been engaged to construct a large, complex concrete retaining wall as part of this project.

The WDSM project is aimed at making the Western Distributor smarter and safer. Digital, dynamic signs will allow traffic to move more easily, providing a safer, more consistent, and less congested journey. Variable road signs and messages communicate to drivers how to best travel along the distributor for a safer, more consistent, and less congested journey.

Up to 19 gantries will be installed between Anzac Bridge and Sydney Harbour Bridge, others will be upgraded. These gantries will have Integrated Speed Lane Usage electronic signs, automatic incident detection technology, vehicle detection, extensive CCTV coverage and variable message signs along the corridor.

Flomar have been engaged by the Smart Link Alliance to construct the required underground infrastructure for this project including pits, service routes, construction of footings etc.

This project is particularly difficult as involves work across 19 different locations in some of Sydney City’s most congested areas.

The M12 Motorway is an integral part of the $4.4 billion Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan. The new motorway will deliver significant travel time reductions and increased travel time reliability to road users and freight operators, by providing a high standard and efficient connection to Western Sydney Airport and connect to Sydney’s motorway network.

Flomar were involved in relocating the 11kv distribution assets-9 in preparation for the motorway construction.

Flomar have also been engaged to construct the more difficult components of the Intelligent Transport System (ITS) network along the 7.5km dual-carriageway motorway

Flomar were engaged by Principal Contractor Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, to assist in the construction of a new world-class speedway for Western Sydney as part of Sydney Metro West. A new addition to the Sydney Dragway, at Western Sydney Parklands’ Precinct 5: Eastern Creek Motor Sports, the new speedway contributes towards creating a true motorplex for the Australian motorsport racing community.

A New Intercity Fleet has been constructed to replace the trains carrying customers from Sydney to the Central Coast, Newcastle, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast. The detailed design and construction of the new maintenance facility at Kangy Angy, which will service and maintain the New Intercity Fleet, has been delivered by principal contractor John Holland on behalf of Transport for NSW.


Flomar were engaged by John Holland to construct


8000m2 of 250mm deep concrete slabs

Rigid pavement

12km of Low Voltage, communication, and signal routes

Installation of 182 pre-cast pits

Chalmers Street Substation is a large traction substation constructed as part of the Power Supply Upgrade program (Transport for NSW). This project will provide the robust and reliable power needed to facilitate future rail network expansion, including support for a fleet of air-conditioned metro trains. Improved power supply significantly reduces the risk of service disruptions for Sydney’s public transport users

Flomar were engaged by the Principal Contractor (Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure) to construct;

  • The required underground service routes for the infrastructure
  • Installation of a large puraceptor
  • Construction of Tunnel 1 and Tunnel 2 (cut and cover tunnels)

Chalmers Street Substation received the category 3, CCF NSW Earth Awards 2021.

Testimonials

ARTHUR HIBBARD

PROJECT MANAGER

working closely with Flomar Civil they have shown to provide a reliable, well planned, and professional service. This is demonstrated from senior management to project managers, engineering, and work crew. I was impressed wa tching the site team working with limited conversation or direction required as it was clear the individuals all knew their own tasks and the works were well planned

Camille Gerges

SENIOR UTILITIES ENGINEER

Flomar and the team are perfectly suited to the Teir 1 environment. On numerous occasions they have demonstrated this through their construction/utility expertise, flexibility with resourcing to accommodate tight programs, and most importantly their commitment to safety.

Mark Whelan

GENERAL MANAGER

Flomar have supported Abergeldie on several infrastructure projects involving utilities, concrete structures, and roadworks construction. Flomar continue to exceed expectations as a responsive and competent civil contractor

Paul Stathis

PROJECT DIRECTOR

We chose to employ with Flomar on the WDSM Alliance following positive references & experiences received from our colleagues on other SWC projects. After 6 months working through the most challenging work Site in Australia, trenching through the Sydney CBD, I’m glad we have chosen to work with Flomar as they always come prepared with the best attitude, personnel, Plant and equipment. No challenge or request is to too big or small as they treat all our staff with the utmost respect and professionalism that reflects our high standards. I would endorse Flomar as Utilities service provider of choice for works on any project with confidence

ALAN BRIGHT

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT

Having worked with Flomar across numerous projects in the past I can testify to them being a solutions-based company that can competently deliver complex packages of works.

Their on-site teams demonstrate a wealth of experience working in utilities congested areas and the safe management of the same.

Tadhg Browne

UTILITIES PROJECT MANAGER

Having worked with Flomar on two major projects, I have seen first hand the exemplary quality of work they produce, meeting key milestone dates for all their works with minimal fuss. They have also demonstrated a great attitude towards safety to ensure works are completed to the highest safety standards ensuring no delays or stoppages to works

Alexander Tsolis

UTILITIES & ITS PROJECT MANAGER

Flomar assisted in the delivery of several major utilities packages on the Sydney Gateway Project including multiple 11kv relocations, a shared service corridor containing the HV feeder for Sydney Airport, ITS, 33kv Transmission, and streetlighting. They were a highly competent and responsive contractor, displaying a solution focused approach to the complexities arising from working in constrained conditions within a brown field environment; an approach which was shared by both site teams and management. Our team would recommend Flomar for without reservation

Dante Scarlato

UTILITIES MANAGER

Flomar were engaged by Georgiou to complete the ITS Underground Cableway scope on the Mona Vale Road Widening Project. The complex scope was well planned and successful delivered by the experienced and skilled team. We thank Sam and the team for the professional approach and delivery, we are looking forward to considering Flomar for the next project.

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