The Ultra Team is committed to achieving the best for our clients while also striving to help our team reach their potential through expanding skills and experience; allowing them to advance towards their career goals.
Ultra at the NECA Roadshow building industry relations and keeping updated on industry innovation and WHS Standards.
Ultra Refrigeration were successful on the NSW Government of Environment and Heritage tender, in which they installed a full Mitsibishi VRV city multi system, and a Daikin/ ERV system linked up to a BMS system, to control the humidity and protect museums artifacts back from world war 1.
Trial Bay gaol was built to house prisoners who were brought to the area in 1886 to construct a breakwater to make Trial Bay a safe harbour halfway between Sydney and Brisbane. . Then, during World War 1 the gaol was used once again, this time as an internment camp for local German residents who were suspected (almost always falsely) to be conspiring with the enemy. It hasn’t been used as an active gaol since, and is now an historic ruin.
Ultra is proud of our technicians and embrace opportunities to challenge our skills and knowledge.
Refrigeration Apprentice Jaiden Cachia represented Ultra in the World Skills Australia
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
This award is to acknowledge and commend Ultra team members who demonstrate through their efforts and contribution, the core values of Ultra Refrigeration.
Winners Over the Years:
2020: Stephen Eldib - Refrigeration Technician
2019: Patrick Maloney - Projector Manager
2018: Stephen Eldib - Refrigeration Apprentice
2017: Frank Prestia- Electrical Apprentice
2016: Frank Sciamanna-
Site Repair & Maintenance Technician
2015: Nick Gourlas- Service Technician