The Rekaris team have provided the strategic sourcing and subject matter expertise necessary to tackle a variety of complex categories at Melbourne Airport.
They have worked extremely well with the airport stakeholders, customizing their approach to fit the unique needs and culture of their customer as opposed to adopting regimented methodologies which force rigid process onto an organization.
They value the customer’s relationship, and that is reflected in the professionalism of their interactions.
The bottom line is that they make engineering look easy and assist with cost savings through innovative solutions yielding positive results.
When specific expertise was required to develop particular programs, the Rekaris team worked with me to supplement Melbourne Airport team bases and initiate that platform.
Below is a list of recent projects the Rekaris team have designed (providing structural, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and civil engineering schematics) and/ or delivered as well as managing Melbourne Airports internal building application permit process;
• Substation 101 Low voltage distribution upgrade
• Substation No 44 Low voltage distribution
• Proposed Recycled water pipe through Francis Briggs road and Centre Rd intersection
• Proposed Europcar building and car stacking yard
• Proposed extension to Thrifty hard stand
• Proposed Skybus yard
• Proposed Avis buildings and amenities
• Replacement of Holiday Inn fence and retaining wall
• Proposed Qantas Valet Carwash
As Melbourne Airport continues to change capitalising on their infrastructure and asset portfolio, I can say with confidence that the Rekaris team will be ready to accommodate in the future.
J De Guzman, Melbourne Airport