Trinity Engineering and Consulting (TEC) offer extensive experience in management, roads and drainage, water and waste water and land development. We tailor our service and project team, to meet the unique requirements of your project.
We are focussed on providing our customers with value for money outcomes and exceeding your expectations. Beyond the purely technical aspects of our professional services, we ensure a holistic solution is provided to meet your needs.
Trinity Engineering and Consulting have particular experience and expertise in the provision of land development and civil infrastructure, including project management. Significantly, a large proportion of our works have been in regional and remote areas. We can assist with the following and please see our Corporate Profile for a full list of services and examples of recent and current projects.
Trinity Engineering and Consulting has over 100 years’ combined professional experience, and an extensive portfolio of recent and current projects, demonstrating skills and capabilities.Download Corporate Profile
Trinity Engineering and Consulting specialises in design, management and technical engineering services.
We offer clients exceptional service, which consistently meets the customer needs and regulatory requirements.
To achieve this, we will:
To achieve and sustain these aims, Trinity Engineering and Consulting has established, implemented and continually improves an effective and suitable Quality Management System. Trinity Engineering and Consulting business management system complies with the requirements of the Standard ISO 9001:2015 and extends also to the requirements of industry specific regulations and codes.
 Out of Scope re-work is defined
 The macro and micro environmental risks and opportunities are considered within the Context of the Organistation (COTO) Log (QMS Registers and the Risk and Opportunity Management Procedure). The specific design risks are managed on a specific job level by an assessment of the overall project risk (Master Register) and individual risk factors for the project in the Safety-in-Design assessments.