Design & Engineering

Our in-house engineering capability across electrical, mechanical and civil disciplines allows TEW to design with a multi-disciplinary approach which allows us to develop unique time and material saving approaches to design and project planning not always possible when restricted to a compartmented approach.

Multidisciplinary Engineering

The broad breadth of TEW’s capabilities ranges from meeting client’s smaller requirements such as straightforward maintenance and service work, to workshop repairs and delivering small projects.

However, TEW employs a team of in-house engineers and support staff and is fully equipped and experienced to handle large complex projects that require full design and engineering capabilities.

Our multi-disciplinary in-house engineering capability allows us to develop and employ unique time and material saving approaches to design and project planning, which is not always possible when restricted to a compartmentalised approach. Furthermore, our diverse engineering team allows for fast response times and creative problem-solving.

Continuous Improvement

We are committed to the success of our projects, and deliver this commitment via a creative core of long term engineering staff supported by a continual inflow of the best graduates and technology available covering our core engineering disciplines.

Electrical Engineering
  • Master planning
  • High, medium, and low voltage power reticulation
  • Switchboard design
  • Motor Control Centres
  • PLC control systems
  • Wired and wireless control networks
  • Human Machine Interface design
  • Variable speed drives and soft start systems
  • Earthing and equipotential bonding
  • Standby power systems
  • Energy efficiency and load sharing systems
  • Surge protection and power monitoring
  • Supplier sourcing and management
  • SKM –short circuit coordination
  • Voltage drop, demand load, load flow, ANSI fault studies
  • Transient motor starting studies
  • CAPTOR studies, DAPPER Studies, equipment evaluations, and arc flash hazard analysis
  • Special Use Permits
  • Sustainable design– wind, photovoltaics and geothermal
  • Electrical Inspections
Mechanical Engineering
  • Structural steel design
  • Gantry and walkway design
  • Rotating machinery analysis
  • Plant and machinery design
  • Stress modelling and analysis
  • Engineering certification
  • Sheet metal chassis and enclosure design
  • Service focused design
  • Supplier sourcing and management
  • Rapid prototyping and management of in-house and outsourced tooling
Civil Engineering
  • Earthworks design, preloading, settlement
  • Roadwork design
  • Sedimentation & erosion control
  • Hydrology hydraulics, flood studies, and hydraulic impact
  • Storm water management and detention design
  • Pipe drainage networks
  • Culverts and open channel design
  • Bio retention basins and artificial wetlands, rainwater tanks, and water balancemodelling
  • Water sensitive urban design (WSUD)