Celebrating 15 Years

Published: Wednesday, 18 February 2015 at 12:00:00 AM

GCo Electrical recently celebrated their 15th year in business with a stylish cruise on board the Eco Abrolhos Cruise Ship.

Management and staff were joined by clients, partner companies and friends and family for an evening of entertainment and dining.

The milestone was celebrated with over 100 attendees, some of those including Karara Mining, Crothers Construction and past founding partners David and Joanne Shea.

Recognised on the night for their service and contribution were Chief Executive Officer and Founding Partner Murray Hadley, Operations Manager Graeme Marsden and recent retiree Ken Norris.

From humble beginnings in 2000, GCo has grown from a small business to a large scale enterprise employing over 80 staff and delivering electrical contracting services Australia wide.

During the night CEO Murray Hadley noted the past years of GCo with a handful of words: change, challenging, rewarding and exciting.

“GCo are proud of our talented team whom are committed to making a positive impact,” Mr Hadley said.

Along with the increase in growth and experience in staff, the company have adopted a new approach to recruitment.

“We have a variety of talented individuals whom are not from a trade background and implore individuals to think outside the square.

“This supports our plans to extend the business into larger and more complex projects.

“We are focussed on finding team members who are committed to helping the business move forward,” Murray said.

Such approach to recruitment was recently recognised by the appointment of Paul MacFarlane as Chief Operating Officer.

Paul joins the team with over 30 years’ experience in Mechanical Engineering and Project Delivery.

GCo Electrical look forward to further growth in the years ahead and continue to support the people and companies that have helped in their success to date.

Celebrating 15 Years

(L-R) Recent retiree Ken Norris, Chief Operating Officer Paul MacFarlane, Chief Executive Officer Murray Hadley and Operations Manager Graeme Marsden.

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