Electrix is a leading provider of engineering, construction and maintenance services to asset owners in the utility, industrial, commercial, resources, and infrastructure sectors.

We have been in business in New Zealand since 1955 and commenced operations in Australia in 1997. Growth is an important part of our strategy as we continue to extend our capability and explore opportunities in new markets. We bring extensive experience to projects and longevity to customer relationships.


It’s important that with the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in NZ that we stand tall as a company and as a country. Electrix’s focus is to protect our people and to enable them to keep working. 

Electrix is an essential service contractor to our clients. It is vital for New Zealand that the lights are on, the gas is flowing, and the Wi-Fi is working. Everyday our teams manage high-risk activities, and we are very good at it. COVID-19 is another risk we are managing while we work.

Please contact us if you have any queries.


Recent Projects

Crewman sitting rooftop at Commercial Bay
Working on Auckland's largest commercial development

The official opening of Commercial Bay, Auckland’s largest Commercial Development, signalled a major milestone and the beginning of an onsite wind-down for Electrix and the Infrastructure Facilities North team.

HVDC hanging over Churton Park.
HVDC lines over Churton Park

The 37 km long Oteranga Bay to Haywards A transmission line forms a crucial part of New Zealand’s inter-island high voltage direct current (HVDC) link between Benmore Dam in the South Island and Haywards Substation, near Wellington. 

This line is critical to ensuring an efficient and reliable electricity network for the North Island.

Undergrounding in Mount Albert streets.
Undergrounding in Mt Albert

Towards the end of 2019, Vector awarded Electrix the Mt Albert Overhead Improvement Project (OIP), which involved our distribution team undergrounding power and phone lines, along with the installation of new streetlights for Auckland Council.  Work on the project began in October 2019 and currently has a completion target of November 2020.