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.


COVID-19 UPDATE:

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

Gore Transpower contract
Electrix awarded Transpower Gore Contract

Power Services South has been awarded the Transpower New Zealand Limited, Gore 220/110kV Interconnection – Civil & Electrical Works Contract.

NCI Project
Electrix NZ progresses on the Northern Corridor Improvement (NCI) Project


The Northern Corridor Improvement (NCI) Project is a four-year construction programme on Auckland’s North Shore that is earmarked for completion by 2022. The NCI project involves widening a section of Auckland’s Northern motorway and creating a new interchange between the Northern and Western motorways, creating improved travel choices for walkers, cyclists and users of public transport.

IP20 Cambridge Network
Electrix NZ’s Gas team make headway on the IP20 Cambridge Network

An increase in residential users, as well as planned commercial developments in the Waikato region has necessitated the requirement of reinforcement work on the Cambridge IP20 network. The network at its current capacity (1,305scm/h), will not meet the forecasted demand. To respond to this requirement, a new IP20 steel pipeline will be constructed to enable increased capacity within the Cambridge network.

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