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Kennelly Constructions: Indigenous Contractor


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Indigenous contractor providing a wide range of engineering, construction, maintenance and support services across the public and private sectors. People are our most valuable asset.

Kennelly's "can do" teams complete work safely, on time, and on budget.

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Kennelly Constructions: Indigenous Contractor

  1. 1. I wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of The land we are meeting on, the Ngunnawal people. I wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region. I would also like to acknowledge and welcome other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who may be attending today’s event.
  2. 2. WHO WE ARE Kennelly Constructions are a leading Indigenous contractor providing a wide range of engineering, construction, maintenance and support services across the public and private sectors. People are our most valuable asset. Kennelly's "can do" teams complete work safely, on time, and on budget.
  3. 3. INTRODUCING SHANE AND ADAM KENNELLY Shane Kennelly Adam Kennelly
  4. 4. SHANE KENNELLY BE & MBA – MANAGING DIRECTOR • Has held leadership roles for contracting businesses for the past 20 years, meeting and exceeding business goals and customers’ expectations • Degree qualified, Bachelor of Engineering ( Aeronautical) • Master of Business Administration. • Demonstrable experience leading sustainable growth in complex multisite businesses across Mining, Construction and Oil and Gas sectors.
  5. 5. ADAM KENNELLY – DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS • Performed in construction management roles over the past 15 years • Extensive experience in the construction, telecommunications and rail sectors • Major strength is his ability to lead and deliver complex projects safely and above customers’ expectations.
  6. 6. KENNELLY CONSTRUCTIONS JOURNEY We purchased an existing earthmoving business, which, over the past 5 years, we have developed into a national indigenous construction business. We have worked in most states and territories, and pride ourselves on delivering what we promise.
  7. 7. 2010 Bought business with existing contracts: NNA pipeline project, plant hire Sunshine Coast Council. MARCH
  8. 8. 2010 Won contracts for plant hire with Unity Water and Department of Main Roads. JULY
  9. 9. 2011 Won first hard dollar contract with ABI Group in Gladstone, laying 80,000 sqm of geofabric on seawall.
  10. 10. 2011 Plant hire contract with ABI Group for $2.5M, road works project on Sunshine Coast.
  11. 11. 2011 Qualified for electrical contractors and builders licence in Queensland.
  12. 12. 2012 Won first contract in coal industry; first with Hutchinsons($3.5M), Leightons ($2M), then ABI Group ($6M).
  13. 13. 2012 Won first construction project for electrical substation.
  14. 14. 2013 Set up office in Darwin.JANUARY
  15. 15. 2013 Won first civil project for $500,000 at Blayden Point Detention Centre, NTMARCH
  16. 16. 2013 Won $2M civil project – Decmil on Shell Prelude project, NTJUNE
  17. 17. 2014 Became a certified aboriginal business with Supply Nation
  18. 18. 2014 Won first project with Monadelphous, on Ichthys LNG Project in Darwin
  19. 19. 2014 Qualified for electrical contractors licence in NT.
  20. 20. 2014 Won first project with Rio Tinto at Ranger Mine, NT. Required use of Specialised equipment to lay geofabric and cap a tailings dam. Valued $4M.
  21. 21. 2014 Won first commercial subdivision project in Darwin ( valued $3M)
  22. 22. 2015 Won first project with Department of Defence.
  23. 23. 2015 Opened office in Canberra, ACT
  24. 24. OUR VISION To become the largest indigenous owned, multi-disciplinary engineering construction business in Australia
  25. 25. WHAT WE DO
  26. 26. WHAT WE DO: CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE • Site Clearing and rehabilitation • Bulk earthworks • Drainage • Electrical, communications, Water and Sewer Services • Road and Pavements • Concrete Foundations and Structures • Dam and Pond Construction
  27. 27. WHAT WE DO: FACILITY AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE • Building Compliance and Safety • Vegetation Control and Management • Cleaning • Trades including Electrical, Plumbing, Painting and Carpentry • Building Refurbishments, Extensions and Fitouts
  28. 28. WHAT WE DO: CONSTRUCTION • Electrical Substations • Industrial • Commercial • Remote Accommodation • Roads
  29. 29. WHAT WE DO: ELECTRICAL SERVICES • HV & LV distribution and underground sub-division reticulation • HV & LV Jointing • Lightning Protection and Earthing • Street Lighting
  30. 30. WHAT WE DO: ELECTRICAL SERVICES • Switch Board Alterations and Installation • Control Gear • SCADA Upgrades • PLC’S • RCD’S and Safety Switches • Surge Protection • Uninterrupted Power Supplies • CCTV & Security Systems • Computer Cabling, Cat 5 & Cat 6 Cabling • Fibre Optic Installations • Fire Detection & Protection Systems • Exit & Emergency Lighting • Smoke Alarms
  31. 31. WHAT WE DO: ELECTRICAL SERVICES • Programmed Maintenance • Preventative Maintenance Planning • Test, Tagging and Inspections
  33. 33. RECENT PROJECT EXPERIENCE DATE: May 2015 - Ongoing PROJECT: Design and Construction of Vehicle and Stores CLIENT: Department of Defence BRIEF SCOPE OF WORKS: Design and construction of a storage facility and vehice shelters. Includes building, concrete structures, electrical and fire services, drainage, pavements and security fence. APPROXIMATE VALUE: $2,300,000 DATE: 2014 - Feb 2015 PROJECT: Pit 1 Preload project CLIENT: Energy Resources Australia Brief BRIEF SCOPE OF WORKS: To stitch and lay 214,000 m2 of geofabric material on a tailings dam. Preload this with rock and then cap with a laterite material so that all water captured on the tailings dam is no longer considered process water. APPROXIMATE VALUE: $4,000,000 DATE: 2014 - Ongoing PROJECT: Ichthy's Project Darwin CLIENT: Monadelphous KT BRIEF SCOPE OF WORKS: To assist with the trenching and all earthworks associated with the onshore gas pipeline from the beach valve to the LNG plant. APPROXIMATE VALUE: $3,500,000 DATE: May 2015 PROJECT: Maluka Subdivision CLIENT: Clark Constructions BRIEF SCOPE OF WORKS: HV reticulation from Palmerston Zone Substation to Package sub including earthing and LV reticulation. Installation of all electrical and coms and conduits and street lighting. APPROXIMATE VALUE: $1,800,000 DATE: 2014 PROJECT: Rocklea Substation CLIENT: Powercor Networks BRIEF SCOPE OF WORKS: Rocklea Energex 33/11kv Electrical Substation. The works included bulk earthworks, drainage works, roadworks fencing. 11kv and 33kv conduit and feeder cable and feeder distribution cable pits. Installation of earthing grid, construction of 11kv basement for control room, transformer foundations, oil separator and all associated electrical and coms conduit and cable from greenfield to brownfield. APPROXIMATE VALUE: $900,000 DATE: 2013 PROJECT: Lota Substation CLIENT: Powercor Networks BRIEF SCOPE OF WORKS: Lota Energex 33/11kv Electrical Substation. The works included bulk earthworks, drainage works, retaining wall, roadworks fencing. 11kv and 33kv conduit and feeder cable. Earthing grid, Construction of 11kv Masonry Switchgear Building including basement, transformer foundations, oil separator and all associated electrical and coms conduit and cable from greenfield to brownfield site. APPROXIMATE VALUE: $1,500,000
  35. 35. INDIGENOUS AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Proud descendants of the Bunjalung Nation Committed to making positive contributions to Indigenous Australians Support community programs where we live and work
  36. 36. INDIGENOUS AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT • Scholarship: Southern Cross University, for Indigenous students undertaking Engineering • Inaugural Sponsors: Aboriginal Achievement, QLD Young Achiever Awards • Sponsors of Sunshine Coast team- Murri Rugby League Carnival • Sponsorship of senior and junior teams, Maroochydore Swans Rugby Union Club • Event Sponsors, Horney 4U2 Concert, Moranbah.
  38. 38. We are a certified aboriginal business with Supply Nation Member of the Northern Territory Indigenous Business Network and SE QLD Indigenous Chamber of Commerce. INDIGENOUS ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY
  39. 39. INDIGENOUS ENGAGEMENT STRATEGY Committed to increasing the participation of Indigenous people, and in particular Traditional Owners, in all sectors of its operations. Committed to providing opportunities for aboriginal participation in our business, wherever possible, as employees and within our supply chain. Currently our workforce consists of 20% of indigenous employees.
  41. 41. SUPPLIER DIVERSITY Kennelly Constructions strives to utilize the goods and services of other Indigenous organizations wherever possible. • All travel needs are booked through InTravel Group • Cultural Creative Agency provide our marketing solutions • All Aspect Recruitment manage our casual staffing All are Supply Nation certified businesses We source local services, suppliers and sub-contractors on projects to benefit community engagement.
  42. 42. THE KENNELLY DIFFERENCE • Lost Time Injury Free for over 5 years • We focus on building long term partnerships with clients and suppliers to ensure we "deliver on what we promise" • Mature Integrated Management System that complies with AS 9001 (Quality), AS 4801 (Safety) and AS 14001 (Environment) • Experience in remote logistics and environmental sensitivities • We offer our customers a flexible, responsive and can do approach • Ability to self perform projects as we have compliant equipment and competent people
  43. 43. Kennelly Constructions M. 0409 411 658 | P. 07 5450 1329 F. 07 5450 1359 E. A. PO Box 1804 Buderim Q 4556 Lot 2 Chevallum Rd Forest Glen Q 4556 WWW.KENNELLY.COM.AU