Who we are
Mi Electric was established in early 2014 with a focus on delivering traffic infrastructure and electrical reticulation projects throughout Queensland. Via our Queensland HQ (Yatala) and our Wide Bay depot (Bundaberg), we service both metropolitan and regional areas.
We focus on developing strong leaders in the electrical industry. Our team is a dedicated group of experienced tradesman who strive to be the front runners in efficiency, high standards and innovation. We pride ourselves on our response time and are committed to ensuring our clients have competent and professional contractors on hand.
Mi Electric staff are dedicated to the effective management of Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare. In fulfilling this responsibility, we have a duty of care to provide and maintain a working environment that is safe and without health risks. We take these obligations seriously and empower all team members to adopt a lead-from-the-front approach.
Jason is an innovative and results-driven electrician who has built a first-class team in traffic infrastructure and underground reticulation and distribution. His lead-from-the-front approach focuses on attention-to-detail and solid client relations.
With nearly two decades’ experience in the industry, Jason has a proven ability to meet tight deadlines with technically sound and cost-effective solutions. Some of his major accomplishments include the Logan Motorway Free to Flow to Tolling (Logan), Enoggera Army Barracks Enhanced Land Force Stage 2b and the Airport Link, Airport Roundabout Upgrade Project.
Aaron is a technically-savvy individual who brings more than a decade of skill to his projects. He has a cooperative attitude and prioritizes his tasks effectively, delivering exceptional results.
Aaron has driven the electrical components of notable jobs including the Douglas Arterial Duplication/Port Access Road (Townsville), the Logan Motorway Condition Assesment (Logan) and the unique ‘turtle-friendly’ road lighting at Rifle Range Road (Bundaberg).
NJ draws on a wide range of engineering and construction experience in the electrical and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) fields, bringing innovative solutions to each project he manages.
His in-depth ITS experience gives him an edge in the ever-evolving ITS industry, with ITS being vital to the future of Australia’s road infrastructure.
NJ is currently overseeing many of the major electrical components of the Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade in Brisbane. Safety and efficiency are prioritized in every aspect of his work.
With more than 20 years’ experience delivering electrical infrastructure, Tony is a highly-respected project manager who consistently delivers for his clients and the rest of the team.
Having previously obtained a desirable list of qualifications with Energex, Tony went on to oversee the daily operations of two major players in the industrial electrics industry, one being his own live-line construction and maintenance company.
Tony’s vast experience and proven track record has made him a versatile part of the Mi Electric crew. He has worked on projects including the Redbank Plains Service Centre and Newbase Industrial Subdivision Stages 3a and 5.
ITS Project Manager
Our dedicated Intelligent Transport Systems Manager Chris understands the future of road infrastructure. With the ability to design fibre systems, knowledge of Visio, AutoCAD, SCATS and Streams to name a few, he knows ITS backwards and can explain it in simple terms to our stakeholders.
Chris is committed to complying with Australian Standards and takes great pride in the quality of his work. His portfolio includes Brisbane City Council’s Inner City Bypass Tunnel fibre upgrade, the Energex Substation fibre rollout at Brisbane Airport and the ITS component of the Kingsford Smith Drive upgrade.
Wide Bay Project Supervisor
Cathal is at the helm of our Wide Bay operations, based at our Wide Bay Depot in Bundaberg. With a history of high-quality electrical installations in both Australia and Ireland, Cathal leads his team with an emphasis on safety and attention-to-detail. His problems-solving skills and personable attitude are instrumental in delivering his projects on-time and on-budget.
In this role, he is also responsible for both the Bundaberg and Kingaroy Department of Transport and Main Roads maintenance contracts (RMPC), providing 24-hour on-call assistance in the event of an incident or accident causing damage to the electrical networks.
Before joining the Mi Electric team Cathal lead the electrical installation of several high-profile commercial projects in Ireland, was an inspector on the Curtis Island Plant Project and carried out electrical works throughout the Wide Bay, including assisting in the 2011 and 2013 flood repairs.
Ergon Energy Authorised Service Provider
- Subdivision construction
- Public lighting construction
Energex WCQA Rated Contractor
- WCS 02 Underground construction
- WCS 12.3 Overhead low voltage service lines
- WCS 34 Earthing
- WCS 37 Public lighting
Our employees are essential to driving our success, so we’re always happy to hear from talented people interested in joining the business. If you’re team-oriented, motivated and looking for a career where you’re challenged and rewarded, Mi Electric could be the right place for you.
We focus on developing strong leaders in the electrical industry. Our team is a dedicated group of experienced tradesmen who strive to be the front runners in efficiency, high standards and innovation.