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Norfolk Engineering Vietnam becomes Silver Sponsor of the Vietnam Swans

Posted by Vietnam Swans on February 22, 2013

Norfolk Integrated Engineering becomes a Silver Sponsor of the Vietnam Swans.

The Vietnam Swans are delighted to announce that has become a Silver Sponsor of the Club for 2013 and beyond.

In Vietnam, Norfolk Engineering is led by Vietnam Swans’ member, Kyle Hackenberg.

Kyle says that his “team of highly skilled professionals are proud to support the Vietnam Swans Australian Rules Football Club and your wonderful list of charities across Vietnam”.

Swans’ National President, Phil Johns added that “It is a great vote of confidence in our Club whenever one of our members is able to secure a sponsorship from the company they work for.

“The Swannies sincerely thank Norfolk Engineering Vietnam for its generous support and we very much look forward to actively promoting Norfolk Engineering through our significant and growing network.”

Norfolk Engineering Vietnam

Norfolk Engineering Vietnam is part of ODG/Haden and the Norfolk Group in Australia; an integrated engineering firm and a leading provider of integrated electrical, fire protection, communications, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), mechanical engineering and property services in Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

ODG/Haden and The Norfolk Group operates through key brands: O’Donnell Griffin with over 100 years of electrical experience; Haden Engineering established in 1816 and a world leader in mechanical engineering and HVAC, Resolve FM, Metalbuilt, Energy Products International and Norfolk Engineering Vietnam.

Kyle and son, Johno, at last year’s Vietnam Swans AFL Grand Final Party in Saigon.

In Australia; Norfolk is number one in specialty electrical engineering services and in non-residential HVAC maintenance services.  Norfolk provides integrated engineering solutions by delivering expertise, commitment and results, through great people who make it happen.

In Vietnam, Norfolk Engineering manages a growing a list of “blue chip” multinational clients ensuring that their mission critical environments are stable with no interruption to services and or manufacturing plant, equipment and systems.  The breadth of industries Norfolk Engineering’s international clients cover in Vietnam include tertiary education, medical device manufacturing and distribution, telecommunications manufacturing as well as the world’s largest electronic chip manufacturer.

Norfolk Engineering’s core business in Vietnam is long term maintenance and operations contract facilities management services, managing sustainable maintenance services covering scheduled preventative, predictive maintenance services and corrective / reactive maintenance services and operations for its “blue Chip” mission critical clients within Hanoi and HCMC.

Norfolk Engineering Vietnam also provides unique technical due diligence consulting services and gap analysis reporting covering maintenance and operational services s of electrical systems (incl. high and medium voltage), mechanical systems (wet and dry), HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning), instrumentation and control, building management software systems, fire protection services, water treatment and waste water management, energy management and general building maintenance including safety and quality control processes and documentation.

Norfolk Engineering also assists clients through the “testing and commissioning” stages before final acceptance for all technical equipment and systems of their newly built factories and buildings before full operations commence.

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