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SEAC wins Berwick Rotary Club Charity Golf Day

16 May 2017

A fun day was had at Cardinia Beaconhills Golflinks club for the Rotary Club of Berwick Charity Golf Day. For the second year running SEAC teamed up with O’Brien Real Estate Pakenham to form an unbeatable team, winning the event for the second year in a row. The weather was perfect and all that attended had a great day, with all proceeds raised from the event going to the St John of God Hospital Berwick. Our team are looking forward to next years event.

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International Refrigeration Day 17th April

17 Apr 2017

International Refrigeration Day is celebrated annually on the 17th of April which marks the anniversary of James Harrison’s birthday, 17th April 1816. Harrison is known as the founding father of Refrigeration.  He was the first to create ice via mechanical means, laying the foundation for the Australian HVAC&R industry. Read more about James Harrison on the AIRAH website Here’s a Studio10 piece regarding great aussie inventions discussing the Aussie ‘father of refrigeration’.  

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Opening of Hospitality Training Centre

30 Jun 2014

Recently we attended the official opening of Belgrave Christian School’s multimillion dollar regional hospitality training centre. The Hills Trade Training Centre will be used to teach vocational educational and training classes in hospitality. The centre has been fitted out with a commercial kitchen and a 120 seat restaurant. SEAC were appointed to design, install and commission the climate controlled air conditioning system and the mechanical exhaust system for the commercial kitchen in the new centre. Our representatives enjoyed a lovely three course lunch prepared in the new facilities by the Belgrave Christian School students.

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SEAC takes out Red Cross Charity Golf Tournament

14 Mar 2014

A great day was had by all at the Annual Clark First National Red Cross Charity Golf Tournament. SEAC for the second year running took out the team event with a nett score of 59, but with around $5000 dollars raised throughout the the day the Red Cross was the real winner!

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