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Tour de Rocks 2015

  • By Rob Paes
  • 23 Feb, 2015

Team Faircloth & Reynolds will again take part in this years “Tour de Rocks”

Team Faircloth & Reynolds will again take part in this years “ Tour de Rocks ” which is a mountain bike ride from Armidale to South West Rocks through the Macleay Valley. The 220km ride brings together over 400 riders and support crew in the aid of fighting cancer and healthy living. The 3 day event has the following vision “To engage and inspire our communities to work together to make a difference in the fight against cancer”.

We congratulate team Faircloth & Reynolds and wish them a safe journey. 

By Rob Paes 18 Aug, 2015

This years event saw another large team from Faircloth and Reynolds enter the 40, 60 and 100km challenge events and with perfect weather conditions and a new start and finish location, all team members headed out in high spirits.

Andrew Watson and Glen Baade both had good rides in the 100km event.

Gary Paskin, David Reynolds, Ken Ferne and Paul Courtney did the 60km easy in around the 2 hour mark.

Sue Taylor and Michaela Hillier both pushed hard in the 40km event and although Michaela had mechanical issues towards the end both girls finished with smiles.

Again… well done to all the team.

All riders are looking forward to the 2016 cycle challenge. 

By Rob Paes 23 Feb, 2015

Team Faircloth & Reynolds will again take part in this years “ Tour de Rocks ” which is a mountain bike ride from Armidale to South West Rocks through the Macleay Valley. The 220km ride brings together over 400 riders and support crew in the aid of fighting cancer and healthy living. The 3 day event has the following vision “To engage and inspire our communities to work together to make a difference in the fight against cancer”.

We congratulate team Faircloth & Reynolds and wish them a safe journey. 

By Rob Paes 06 Oct, 2013

The CHJP is a new dedicated, purpose built site consisting of a new 5 storey court house, 2 storey police station. The building is located at the corner of Beryl St & the Pacific Highway Coffs Harbour.
The buildings have been designed & engineered to be economical to build operate & maintain but has the requisite to quality for image and function and provide adequate level of adaptability for future changes & expansion.

Key design element objectives have also been placed on Passive & Active Energy efficiency, environmental policies including reduced waste energy & Co2 emissions. Estimated build cost for the project is $73M with the Principal being NSW Dept of Attorney General And Justice.
Faircloth & Reynolds have been awarded the Mechanical component of the project with Richard Crookes as the Building contractor.

Key components Faircloth & Reynolds are providing on this contract

  • Engineering
  • Drafting
  • Duct manufacture
  • Duct installation
  • Electrical Engineering
  • BMS installation Mechanical services
  • Project management Mechanical services
  • Chilled Water pipework installation
  • Chilled water insulation
  • Mechanical Power & control cable installation
  • Commissioning & Testing
  • Warranty maintenance & Service
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