About Us: State-wide infrastructure & industrial specialists
GCo Electrical started operations in 2000 as a partnership trading as Geraldton Electrical Co, prior to the partnership the foundation contracting business was Petrochem Electrical which had been in operation for 15 years. In 2007 the business incorporated, in 2012 the business rebranded as GCo Electrical to reflect its growth as a state-wide electrical contractor. During this time of growth the company has developed an enviable reputation as a leading contractor for infrastructure and industrial projects.
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GCo Electrical is more than a subcontractor. We are committed to partnering with our clients, taking absolute responsibility for supplying systems and services that meet the highest quality standards, ensuring projects run on time and on budget.
Specialising in industrial and infrastructure projects, service and breakdowns, labour hire and shutdowns, instrumentation, power generation, subdivisions and underground and petrochemical installations and service; GCo Electrical's broad scope of service is second to none.
The depth of experience and professional structure of our organisation allows our clients to proceed with total confidence when engaging GCo Electrical. Couple this with the size and scale of our operation and GCo Electrical's abilities to handle large scale infrastructure and industrial projects really stacks up.
We employ over 80 personnel, including 12 apprentices, from our Geraldton premises. Our personnel operate within modern, purpose-built facilities comprising 800m2 of covered area, laydown area and warehousing.
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"When we are project managing for a client, we need reliable partners ourselves. We have used GCo Electrical on significant infrastructure and subdivision projects including 6 Stages of Seacrest and Capital Hill Stage 1 at Kalbarri. They are our preferred subcontractor for quality of workmanship and ability to manage projects to a successful conclusion." Craig Patterson, Central Earthmoving