Having 10 regional office locations from Robinson River to Timber Creek we are on hand to support the community with a wide range of trade services to residential housing, whether it be public or privately funded. 



Trade Solutions

For residential housing we offer a broad range of electrical, plumbing,refrigeration, air conditioning, building and yard maintenance. We also support real estate agents with contract trade services on their rental properties

Client Examples

NT Department of Housing

  • Building and trade services

  • Housing maintenance officer - repairs

  • Community housing officer - admin

  • New build government housing

Doyle Contracting

  • Electrical Contracting for new home builds

S&R Contractors

  • Electrical Contracting for new home builds

Accreditations & Safety

We invest in continual improvement and safety training, holding the following;

  • ISO 9001

  • ISO14001

  • AS4801

  • ASNZS 4360 Risk Management


We are proud of our diverse workforce which stems from our values and ethos about hiring locals to serve the community in which we live. To review our Indigenous policy please click on this link ...

Regional presence

Our head office in Katherine is our hub, we have satellite offices and personnel residing in Timber Creek, Borroloola, Lajamanu, Kalkarindji, Barunga, Elliot, Yarralin, Pine Creek, Pigeon Hole and Robinson River. 

24/7 on call electricians and plumbers available for emergencies!



The Department of Housing NT is responsible for providing many communities with subsidised housing. They cover a large geographic area and require contractors nearby to fix electrical, plumbing and air conditioner faults. 


Power Projects have physically embedded ourselves in many of the communities our customers operate in. We have committed significant resources in cross training staff to allow for multiple contract management in the remote community context. This provides our customers with excellent value for money solutions and superior response times in these remote communities particular to health safety and security requirements.



“The team at Power Projects are locals, living in the communities that they serve. We like the fact that they have 10 regional and remote locations which gives us access to services at short notice as well as savings in mobility costs.”