TEC-C, having advanced significantly with the Early Design Works for the project, was awarded the EPC contract to deliver the solution for the University. Today, with the Minister for Energy and Mining Hon Dan van Holst Pellekaan and Professor Peter Rathjen AO, Vice-Chancellor and President of The University of Adelaide, hosting the Sod Turning Ceremony at the Roseworthy Campus.
This ceremony was the culmination of a long process with significant challenges. It was TEC-C’s first opportunity to win a competitive tender, establishing us as a trusted partner to deliver a very complex project with cutting edge technologies, with the ability to work together closely with our client and provide a robust solution.
On several occassions, for different reasons and the difficulties involved, the project almost did not proceed. Thanks to the tenacity and dedication of the key stakeholders and the close working relationship TEC-C had with its client; the various teams jointly overcame the multiple challenges to get to the stage of starting the project.
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