The expertise gained in the fabrication of exotic materials, that can handle highly corrosive chemicals at a range of temperatures, became a fundamental underpinning to the safe storage and transfer of special hazard waste at both a laboratory sized level up to full industrial scale volumes. It was at this point that the need to collaborate with a diverse range of research agencies, chemical companies, vehicle manufacturers, waste processing facilities and regulatory bodies that Webster Engineering embraced the Adaptive Collaborative model of project Management.
Our earliest expansion was from the casting of many non-ferrous parts for the coastal marine industry on the South Coast to fabrication of various components using Aluminium and other alloys for Defence purposes during WWII. Post war saw the need for new vessels using modern manufacturing techniques and materials. Repairs to Stainless Steel production vessels took the business into another field as well with Webster Engineering involved in refrigeration systems for Milk production and transport purposes.
From replication casting using traditional methods to 3D metallic printing or industrial welding to the easiest fabrication, here at Webster Engineering Services, we've got you and your needs covered. You see, we've been in the business for over 85 years now and we've got the experience that it takes to be the best, yet small enough to know you and your needs personally.
Mangrove Lane, Taren Point, New South Wales, Australia
Our experience in fabrication of water treatment plants and cold storage/ refrigeration facilities was called on, post a number of international disaster events in the Pacific and South American regions. During our time involved in the reconstruction efforts, a number of us saw the use of emergency housing created by Open Source Collaborative Commons architectural designs based on the Wiki House Organisation.
The opportunity to engage with community enterprise organisations has been something that aligns with both our Adaptive Collaborative approach and many of the Corporate Ethics that the family structure of the business has - in wanting to give back something to the communities that we belong to.
To that end the Sustainable Building Division is looking at how this Collaborative Construction process could be adapted for Australian and near region conditions to deliver a low cost, energy efficient, quick replacement for lost homes , schools and clinics for small communities post natural and man made disasters