Ekistica is a leading advisory and technical consultancy firm in regional Australia. We work nationally and internationally with clients in challenging engineering and project development and delivery problems.
Established in 2007 by our parent company, the Indigenous controlled Centre for Appropriate Technology Ltd, our team of professional project managers includes electrical, renewable, environmental, civil, structural and mechanical engineers, engagement specialists, data analysts and IT systems and financial experts.
We have delivered many successful projects, across a range of different markets, including a number of ground-breaking projects that challenged the status quo. Many of our most prominent projects are in the renewable energy sector, however, our underlying principles and philosophies are what have allowed us to be innovative and successful across a broader range of infrastructure and technology projects.
Our key strength is our unique comprehension of the challenges associated with developing and building infrastructure in remote, regional or marginalised areas. An understanding that there are a common set of barriers to all remote area infrastructure development which are key determinants to a project’s success or failure:
- People and governance: people matter, and so too does the interface between people and the governance and regulatory frameworks that a project operates in.
- Technology and supply chains: cost and quality are critical but must be contextualized by consideration for the intellectual, labour and logistical supply chains available to support delivery.
- Finance: capital cost equations require consideration of the valuation of risk and the extant capital constraints in potential finance markets.
Ekistica is well-regarded for successfully delivering projects and providing quality independent advice to clients nationally and internationally. Our processes and ISO 9001 accredited Quality Management System ensure all our services are delivered to a consistently high standard
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