Projects

​PES has completed numerous major projects ranging from Schools, Offices, expansive homes through to sports pavilions. People choose PES due to the quality of work provided and flexibility to meet their demands or any challenges thrown at them.

  • Farrah Properties - Olive St Albury

  • Gateway Health Woodnga

  • Green Leaves Early Learning – Ashmore Builders

  • Reception Upgrade - Wodonga City Council

  • Kelly Park and Martin Park Sports Pavilions – Wodonga City Council

  • Energy Monitoring – Bradken Wodonga

  • 100 CCTV cameras – Linfox Wodonga

  • 100Kw Solar – Steeltech Albury

  • MSB Upgrades – Riverina Milk Corowa

  • CIP and Milk Transfer Automation Upgrade – Riverina Milk Corowa

Sports Lighting Projects

Positive Electrical has earned a strong reputation as the go to electrician for sports lighting and we have been involved in a number of different projects throughout the North East Region. Ranging from football ovals, soccer ovals and netball/tennis courts. Our main consideration when designing a lighting solution is the quality and quantity of light needed on the field, we work to achieve the optimum uniformity and maximum lux levels.

 

We understand the importance of growing sporting participation in the region and it is imperative that facilities have great lighting to give access afterhours, many competitions play into the night requiring quality lighting to allow competitors to enjoy their sport in a  safe environment.

Some recent projects completed include

  • Wahgunyah Tennis and Netball (right)

  • Martin Park Wodonga – Wodonga Bulldogs FC

  • Kelly Park Wodonga - Twin City FC

  • Birallee Football and Netball - Wodonga Raiders FC

  • Willow Park and Moylan Park– Wodonga City Council

  • Gayview Park Baseball – Wodonga City Council

  • Barr Oval – Wangaratta City Council

  • North Wangaratta Football Oval - Wangaratta

  • Wodonga Netball Courts – Wodonga City Council

  • Melrose Park Lavington - Melrose Soccer Club

  • Barkley Park Rutherglen – Indigo Shire Council

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