Linden Electric has been involved with residential maintenance, installation and projects for 40 years. Whether is strata management, home renovations or simply changing a power point – we’ve got you covered.
We cover all areas of the commercial industry including health, education, government, retail, hospitality (commercial kitchens and restaurants) offices and sporting facilities.
We cover a range of abilities that include power monitoring and auditing, equipment and machine upgrades, switchboard design and installation, and scheduled maintenance.
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In 2016 Linden Electric undertook the electrical and communications installation of the ProCan laboratory at the Children’s Medical Research Institute. After a $10M grant from the Australia Cancer Research Foundation, ProCan is a world first initiative that will see the analysis of tens of thousands of examples of all types of cancer from all over the world. This will develop a library of information to advance scientific discovery and enhance clinical treatment worldwide.
Working on projects in the medical and laboratory sector has always been challenging as this is the nature of the field. When called upon, Linden Electric have been able to show initiative especially when it comes to problem solving. Linden Electric will take a project from inception to completion with no difficulties and this allows other parts of the project to become more time efficient and help meet project deadlines. Linden Electric’s knowledge of the various relevant Australian standards and regulations helps to make sure the entire installation, commissioning, testing and handover of each project safe, neat and tidy. BioMed Systems Pty Ltd will be proudly continue working with Linden Electric into the future
Friday, 3rd August was Jeans for Genes Day. A celebratory 25-year milestone of the campaign. Raising awareness of genetic diseases in children A campaign which came into fruition by the Children’s Medical Research Instit