APEC Haus,Port Moresby PNG

CE Group is proud to be a part of the APEC Haus project, which delivered an iconic building that showcases Papua New Guinea throughout the duration of the APEC Conference. The design concept for the building is a contemporary impression, based on the Lakatoi Sail of the Motu-Koita culture, and the structure has been purpose built to provide a facility that the people of Papua New Guinea can enjoy long term when it is handed to the Tourism Promotion Authority and converted into a museum.

CE Groups scope included supply, installation and commissioning of the Power, Light, Back up Generation, CCTV, Security, Access Control, Communications, IT Network and Exterior Feature Lighting.

Angau Memorial Hospital Redevelopment

The ANGAU Memorial Hospital provides critical health services for the city of Lae as well as the broader Momase region. The Australian Government, represented by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is working in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea to redevelop the ANGAU Memorial Hospital in Lae, Papua New Guinea. The project is a key investment within Australia’s development cooperation program in Papua New Guinea.

CE Group was engaged to execute the supply and installation of all Electrical Services across this Australian Government backed Angau Memorial Hospital Redevelopment Project.

Utilising a successful Expatriate-led National Labour model, CE Group executed the Electrical works across Birthing, Children’s Outpatients, Special Care, Paediatrics, Imaging, Pathology, Intensive Care, TB Wards, Emergency and Back of House areas of the hospital, including MSB and power distribution, communications, access control, nurse call systems and all emergency and exit lighting, and associated lighting protection systems. CE Group utilised innovative techniques to integrate the new technologies with the existing and outdated infrastructure, while committing to continual training and development opportunities for its national employees.

SAG Ball Feeder Mill, Lihir

Located in the New Ireland Province of Lihir in Papua New Guinea, CE Group executed Electrical and Instrumentation works on the Semi Autogenous Grinding Mill’s Ball Feeder project.

This project automated the addition of grinding media to the HGO1, HGO2 & FGO SAG mills to enable a consistent ball charge to be maintained within each mill, maximising grinding circuit throughput and ultimately increasing efficiency of the operation. In conjunction with risk reduction in manual handling labour, the project introduced innovations and technology not seen in the region, and continued rollout of initiatives from other Newcrest mine sites.

Exxon Mobil Facility PNG

CE Group’s Managed Services Team were contracted to perform task novation works on Exxon Mobil’s Papua New Guinea Head Quarters as part of their PNG LNG presence in the region. The building was constructed to international standards for energy efficiency and environmental management. Features included the use of solar panels to supplement gas heating for hot water and motion sensors and timers controlling lighting to reduce energy consumption.

Ichthys Onshore Operating Facility – BLDG 1

CE Groups Managed Services team was deployed to assist Veolia Energy in the completion of the Mechanical Electrical, BMS and automated control applications of the Ichthy’s Gas Facility after the previously engaged contractor went into liquidation. The operation’s facility of the gas plant consisted of a range of diverse buildings, including a warehouse, hazardous chemical area, cafeteria, research and development area, laboratories and the gas plant’s main control room.

POM Power Station, Port Moresby

CE Group have been engaged to provide labour services for the development of the POM Power Station near Port Moresby, as part of the Clough Wartsila Joint Venture.

The project consists of one Site Engine Hall, housing six Gas Generator Engines, providing MV Supply to a dedicated MV Switchroom. The MV Switchroom provides two MV Supplys to the Power Station Switchyard to step up Transformers via underground conduit, primary side feeding 66Kv into Dual Overhead Lines to the PNG Power Network.