Ferretti International is one of Australia’s leading fabrication and installation contracting companies providing specialised services to the Steel, Oil & Gas, Petro-Chemical, Mining, Defense and Water industries.
The Company has its own fabrication facilities in Adelaide and Whyalla in Australia. These facilities support the construction, installation and commissioning teams that offer complete project management from design through to commissioning.
Ferretti Australia has a strong focus on Safety, Training, Environmental and Risk Management. The Company’s Quality Management System is certified with the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008.
David Rhys Evans
Chief Executive Officer
David was educated at the prestigious Imperial College of Science were he qualified with an honors degree in Physics. David has extensive international experience; has worked in many countries and managed businesses in India and China as well as Australia. David has many years’ experience in the steel industry having started his career at British Steel before moving to the refractory industry. In 1992 David was relocated to Australia where he took up his first executive role. Recently David has worked in M+A and business transformation.
We provide Project Management services to the engineering and construction industries typically within the infrastructure, resources, and building sectors. With clients ranging from corporate and government organisations to private customers, our focus remains the same – completion on time, within budget and to the required performance specifications.
The Adelaide facility specialises in piping fabrication for the Oil and Gas and Water industries, the fabrication of pressure vessels, stacks and miscellaneous structural steels, including stainless steel, duplex and super duplex steels for the process and water industries.
The Adelaide workshop has a total of 3000 sq. metres of undercover area serviced by overhead gantry cranes. It has 5000 sq. metres of lay down and storage area. The facility has an extensive range of plant and equipment including plate cutting and rolling machinery including submerged arc welding equipment for heavy walled vessels.
The FI workshop enables concurrent fabrication of different materials such as carbon and stainless steel without risk of contamination.
FI has a diverse and experienced workforce of skilled trades personnel and maintains a strong emphasis on skills development with part of our fabrication facility used for in house welder training and our trades apprenticeship training.
Services available from the Whyalla Facility :
Adelaide: 61-67 Plymouth Road, Wingfield, South Australia, 5013
Whyalla: Lot 80 Port Augusta Road, Whyalla, South Australia, 5600
Telephone: (08) 8 341 0045