Beavis Electrical provides added value to its clients through its reliability and transparency. It's a family company where you can trust both the work and the people who do it.
Jeff Beavis began his career as an apprentice electrician at Newcastle's BHP steelworks. In 1976, he went out on his own and began building up the industrial clients that would extend the skills he'd acquired at BHP. He did the electrical work on jobs such as the building of the pot-tending assemblies at Alcan and the BHP Argon plant.
Since the early 1990s Beavis Electrical has focused exclusively on industrial and commercial work, winning the trust of major clients such as NIB, Mountain Industries and The Greater Building Society.
Fellow electrician Peter Allen joined as Commercial Services Manager in 2001 and Beavis Electrical continued to expand. Big jobs included the electrical work on Whitehaven Coal's Coal Preparation Plant at Gunnedah. In 2003 Beavis Electrical started working for Port Waratah Coal Services (PWCS), where they hold the electrical maintenance contract today. They were also the first electrical contractors onsite at NCIG's Kooragang Island coal loader.
Since then Beavis Electrical has worked for clients such as PWCS, The Greater Building Society, Hunter Water, Hunter New England Health, Thiess, Aurizon, Sanitarium, Australian Wool Holdings and Cargills. Many of them have been using Beavis Electrical for more than a decade, quite a few of them for more than two.