Applied Technical, Engineering and Construction (ATEC) Solutions
Project Management and Advisory

The Opportunity: Productivity Gains and Cost Savings throughout the Project Lifecycle

Applied Technical, Engineering and Construction (ATEC) Solutions provides expert management, project support and advisory services to clients in the construction and infrastructure industries. Backed by over 20 years of design and delivery experience, we specialise in M&E and Fire & Life Safety for road and rail projects, building services for commercial construction and project development and execution for large scale renewable energy projects. Since our inception, we have been involved in over $30 billion worth of PPP and EPC projects nationally. We help clients unlock value and position them to deliver projects successfully by focussing on five key areas:

  • Infuse technology and innovation
  • Rethink design and apply value engineering
  • Optimise productivity through lean construction
  • Explore strategic partnering and commercial models
  • Improve whole-of-life outcomes: construction and operation.

“It takes years of experience, a depth of industry knowledge and a consultative approach to become a trusted partner. Mark brings this and delivers with outstanding business acumen. Mark is an asset to have on the team.”

Alex Fernando
Director & Principal Consultant, Sage Vantage

Explore Our Projects


The East Coast Electricity Transmission Boom: Renewable Energy Zone Development

The East Coast Electricity Transmission Boom: Renewable Energy Zone Development   According to the AEMO’s Integrated System Plan (ISP), distributed energy resources are expected to double or triple by 2040, providing 13-22% of total underlying annual National Energy Market (NEM) energy consumption. It ...
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Australian Renewable Energy Update

Australian Renewable Energy Update Renewable energy has evolved rapidly over the last decade. Set in 2009, the Renewable Energy Target (RET) is a Federal Government policy requiring that 20 per cent or 33 000 gigawatt hours (GWh) of Australia's electricity comes ...
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