Mechanical Installation

Service Engineers Ltd combines the disciplines of all the various trades, skills and resources to provide a mechanical design, fabrication, installation and commissioning service.

This sector of the engineering industry is often seen as one of the toughest engineering disciplines, owing to the complex nature of modern systems, tight timeframes, pressure of 'on-the-spot' troubleshooting and diagnosis, as well as co-ordination of specialist subcontractors and technicians, whilst meeting strict industry quality and performance standards.

Many organisations in both the public and private sectors enjoy the benefits of Service Engineers Limited’s site installation and engineering service.

Service Engineers Limited has experience in the manufacture, installation, commissioning and maintenance of many plant and system types, from:

  • Materials handling and transportation of solids, liquids and industrial gasses, to
  • Processing and batching of wastes, primary and industrial products and food stuffs.

Mechanical Installation - Case Studies

  • Kerepihi WTP upgrade
    • Project:Kerepihi WTP upgrade
    • Client:Hauraki District Council
    • Year:2012
    • SEL was subcontracted by Brian Perry Civil to undertake work at the Kerepehi Water Treatment Plant.  This contract was for the supply and installation of valves, Hambaker NZ Penstocks, Dewa scraper systems and the fabrication and installation of the associated
  • Waila and Tamavua Water Treatment Plants Upgrade
    • Project:Waila and Tamavua Water Treatment Plants Upgrade
    • Client:Fletcher Construction Fiji
    • Year:2010-2011
    • The main contract was to upgrade Waila and Tamavua Water Purification Plants servicing the greater Suva district, awarded to Fletcher Construction Fiji.   In February 2010, Service Engineers Limited set up a fully owned subsidiary company in Fiji called Water and
  • Ruakaka WTP upgrade
    • Project:Ruakaka WTP upgrade
    • Client:Whitaker Civil - Whangarei District Council
    • Year:2007/8
    • This was an upgrade project to an existing treatment plant. It involved taking plant capacity to 12000m3 /day and the installation of 3 new filters. In order to achieve this a new dosing system was installed. Service Engineers Limited's
  • Army Bay Sludge Tank Replacement
    • Project:Army Bay Sludge Tank Replacement
    • Client:Watercare
    • Year:2013
    • Service Engineers was appointed as the main contractor for works at the Army Bay site.  This project was the most recently completed work by SEL at Army Bay, as multiple projects have been completed in the past, in an on-
  • Morrinsville Tanks WWTP upgrade
    • Project:Morrinsville Tanks WWTP upgrade
    • Client:Matamata Piako District Council
    • Year:2012
    • The contract was for the supply and installation of two 200m3 CST, glass fused to steel tanks for the the storage of untreated sludge.  These were constructed on site by SEL, including the supply and installation of access ladders and
  • Turangi WWTP
    • Project:Turangi WWTP
    • Client:HEB Construction - Taupo District Council
    • Year:2006
    • This MBR plant was designed by Harrison Grierson and was largely a green fields build.  Service Engineers Ltd was responsible for the installation of proprietary mechanical equipment supplied by the principal, such as the MBR modules and the inlet screen.  
  • Mangere WWTP Balance of plant contract
    • Project:Mangere WWTP Balance of plant contract
    • Client:Watercare Services Ltd
    • Year:2002
    • Service Engineers' contract covered the following: design and build of ancillary systems for the co-generation upgrade (including stainless and plastic piping systems for digester and natural gas); selection, supply and installation of Gas blowers, boilers, gas dryer, pumps, etc.  
  • Mangere WWTP other contracts
    • Project:Mangere WWTP other contracts
    • Client:Watercare Services Limited
    • Year:2003 - 2009
    • Projects completed on the Mangere site over the years are as follows:   2003 - Gas Burner upgrade. 2003 - Siloxane removal system for digester gas. 2003 - HS2 removal system. Design build of 2 large stainless steel pressure vessels. 2005 - Fairview pump station.
  • Rosedale WWTP Other contracts
    • Project:Rosedale WWTP Other contracts
    • Client:North Shore City Council
    • Year:1997 - 2009
    • Other projects completed on the Rosedale site over the years:   1997 - Inlet works mechanical upgrade. 1999 - Design and Build 2 x 22m diameter floating gas holder digester covers and all associated blowers, heaters, pumps and piping. 2000 - Sludge dewatering upgrade.

Mechanical Installation - Gallery