Avionics core business is the design, supply, installation and commissioning of airfield lighting and related products. Our personnel are professionally and specifically trained in all aspects of airfield lighting installation (operational or greenfield). Avionics is the leading airfield lighting installation company in South East Asia, achieving outstanding project results and more importantly establishing excellent relationships with stakeholders and suppliers.
Avionics’ airfield lighting knowledge and capability is unsurpassed in the Asia-Pacific region. The principle members of our team have the technical expertise and previous project management experience to co-ordinate, supervise and realise multi-million dollar schemes.
Avionics can design, supply, install and commission any airfield lighting installation project from multi-million dollar upgrades and new infrastructure to resheet projects, emergency works and smaller one-off projects, including integration with existing systems resulting in minimal risks and avoiding costly overruns. We provide specialist airfield lighting expertise with qualified professionals on hand to resolve any installation or maintenance issue your airport may have.
The company has extensive expertise with the Australian Department of Defence. We have recently been appointed the contractor handling significant AGL upgrades at both RAAF Base Pearce and RAAF Base Gin Gin in Western Australia.
Our experience is unrivalled in the region and includes outstanding results in the following areas:
Avionics provides specialty maintenance services to regional airports nationwide, fulfilling a crucial role in assisting airport operators and their local airfield lighting maintenance personnel in maintaining a crucial asset which is often overlooked.
We offer free assessments of existing AGL infrastructure and quotations on specific maintenance schedules to suit the complexity and scope of your airfield systems. This can be bi-annual, annual or an alternative schedule arrangement which suits your airfield and your budget.
Sudden and dramatic loss of lighting system, impacting directly on the operational status of the airfield, often results from very minor faults. These may be very costly to repair at short notice but inexpensive to maintain as part of a structured and planned maintenance schedule.
Our team combines professionalism, expertise, excellence and brings together a solid track record of achievements gained. Avionics’ senior management has been directly involved in managing every major airport lighting project in South East Asia over the past 20 years. This includes the construction of Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok Airport, Sydney Airports Olympics Upgrades and of course the A380 Runway Upgrade Projects in both Sydney and Melbourne.
Avionics’ greatest asset is the wealth of knowledge and experience gained by key personnel across diverse projects in terms of scope, budget, technical complexity, geographical location, and programme constraints. Our ability to maintain production and achieve integration of new airfield lighting systems at operational airports is unsurpassed through completing critical works atmajor international airports such as Sydney and Melbourne. In addition to our technical expertise and operational experience Avionics prides itself on producing high-quality installations through achieving “right first time” outcomes and utilising innovative installation techniques.
Through all this Avionics is dedicated to keeping everyone safe, whether in our workforce, in our project team or those affected by our works. Avionics holds certification to AS4801 (Australian Standard for Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems) and the highest safety certificate in Australia, Federal Safety Commission Accreditation.
Avionics - Sydney
10-18 Ocean Street
Botany, NSW 2019
Contact: Nicholas Brumley (managing director)
Tel: +61 2 9316 5025
Fax: +61 2 9316 5028