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About US

Our Team & Culture

Spectrum Engineering currently employs 8 tradesmen, 3 administration staff, 5 apprentices and 1 general duties personnel. Our staff design, manufacture & repair marine and general engineering components at our facility as well as completing on-site appraisals, maintenance, installations and services.

Spectrum Engineering has a culture of care for employees and a positive work environment which works to ensure customers are provided with quality products and services. 

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Our Facilities & Equipment 

Spectrum Engineering’s facility was purpose built in 2004 with specially designed work areas giving us the ability to carry out a range of processes including welding, milling, shaping and turning to satisfy the demands of all marine and general engineering customers.

A 3.2 tonne overhead crane, gearbox test bench, several lathes, CNC's and mills are just some of our specialist equipment.  Spectrum Engineering has its own non-ferrous foundry, engine re-build bay and sand blasting equipment.  

Our Fleet

Spectrum Engineering currently owns three 7.5 tonne trucks for on-site and heavy delivery purposes, 5 utilities and a forklift and trailer.

Our trucks are fitted with cranes, compressors, vices & tool-boxes containing all the equipment required to start and finish tasks on-site to a high standard.  


Our Approach to Work, Health & Safety 

Spectrum Engineering are continually improving our safety management system including developing specialized codes of practice and safe work operating procedures. Our on-site teams are equipped with gas detectors and we are developing an app-based audit on which gas readings can be recorded and job safety analysis' completed.

Our Support of Charities

Spectrum Engineering are proud supporters of:

- Rapid Relief Team

- RYCT Cart Sponsorship 

- RYCT Community Art Project

- Hobart Lions Club

- Immune Deficiencies Tasmania

- Australian Police Golden Oldies Rugby 

Our Employees Support:


- Save the Children

- Canteen

- Multiple Sclerosis Limited

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