The Wheatstone Project is one of Australia's largest resource projects
Published: December 19, 2013 - Updated: August 1, 2017
SAGE Automation is working with Alstom to manufacture and deliver 51 Protection Cubicles as part of Alstom’s scope of work for Bechtel on the Chevron-operated Wheatstone Project in Western Australia.
This work builds on SAGE Automation’s significant experience in the oil and gas sector with business systems developed to meet the health, safety and environmental expectations of some of the world’s largest companies on some of Australia’s largest resource projects.
SAGE works collaboratively with Alstom to ensure delivery within the required project timeframes and, to perform stringent factory acceptance testing with the provision of detailed documentation to meet project technical demands.
SAGE boasts a multi-million dollar manufacturing centre of excellence with automated manufacturing processes and efficiencies, reducing total project delivery costs for our customers.
SAGE Automation Manufacturing Operations Manager Sam Koulianos, speaks of the capability which is setting SAGE apart from its competitors, “The recent upgrades to our manufacturing facility are significant and include panel cut out technology which is the first of its kind installed in Australia. This leading edge technology creates an all-under-one-roof manufacturing solution for operators of projects small, large, complex and time-critical.”
SAGE Automation, Australia’s leading provider of industrial automation and control services has offices in each state nationally and with a 300 strong agile workforce, Delivers Certainty to clients through its dedicated lines of business: Projects, Manufacture, Service, Business Optimisation and Training.
SAGE Manufacturing, provides custom design and manufacture of industrial control panels, power switchboards and is a valued partner to leading original equipment manufacturers around the country.