Butterfields launches electrical division

Butterfields launches electrical division

Butterfields is excited to announce the launch of its new electrical division.

It’s been a long-term goal of Butterfields to directly deliver electrical services, particularly with clients with complex sites and needs.

Butterfields’ Managing Director, Shawn Butterfield, said, “I see electrical as complementary to our existing hard services that we directly deliver, being HVAC and plumbing, so electrical is the third piece of the puzzle.”

Shawn is enthusiastic about the progress the team is making so far.

“The team members that we’ve got on board are great. We’re very grateful for the job that our recruiting team, headed by our Safety, HR and Quality Specialist, Tanya Levin, has been able to achieve,” he said.

“What I like about it is that they’re working well with the existing teams in plumbing and HVAC, so we’re creating these groups of field team members with different skillsets to ensure that we’re delivering outcomes for our clients.”

Heading the electrical division is new addition to the Butterfields team, Electrical Services Manager Dwayne Evans.

Dwayne has over a decade’s experience in the industry and is looking forward to bringing his expertise to Butterfields.

“I had some feedback from technicians who worked at Butterfields who only said good things about the company. I had a good sit down with Shawn and we got along really well. It was a great opportunity that he presented,” Dwayne said.

Dwayne is aiming for growth within the electrical team and a productive team environment in 2021.

Currently, the electrical team has primarily been based at the University of South Australia and has completed some works for People’s Choice Credit Union and CSIRO.

Going forward, once this division is bedded into the organisation, Butterfields is looking to identify opportunities with existing clients to provide a range of services for them. Butterfields sees this as a benefit to clients’ efficiency, allowing them to get on with what they do by packaging multiple services into one.

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