Steve Robertson – Managing Director
Steve has 25 years’ experience working on power projects throughout the world. The last Seven years exclusively in the West Australian Mining and Utility industries. Steve’s project management skills and experience have earned the company a reputation of reliability, which ensures projects are completed safely and competently. Steve’s experience covers all facets of the Power Line and Electrical Industries, from low voltage live maintenance, through to 330kV Tower construction.
Daryl Rewita – Overhead construction Supervisor
Daryl has many years experience in the construction, mining and forestry industries. Daryl oversees and co-ordinates all stages of our overhead construction projects, ranging from 11kv through to 132kv, civil works through to stringing and commissioning.
Peter Leenhouwers – Electrical Manager
Peter has 30 years of diverse experience ranging from project management, to design of power generation systems. These systems include complete power solutions for remote area operations and renewable energy integration on large scale projects within Australia and around the world. Peter has designed and installed ground breaking renewable energy systems that have become the benchmark for similar systems around the world. Combining this experience with Future Powers’ resources, the company can offer sustainable and reliable solutions for the remote power generation market which is being increasingly monitored for environmental reasons.
Len Davies – Design Engineer
Len is the Managing Director of Future Engineering and Communication, Future Powers’ strategic shareholding partner. Len has over 40 years’ experience as a structural and civil engineer, being responsible for supply and installation of Communication Towers and Poles worldwide. Lens’ engineering and design expertise allows Future Power WA to provide our clients with the peace of mind that their project will exceed all specified requirements and design parameters as well as having included cost analysis and effectiveness.