Previously known as Jemena Infrastructure, Zinfra Group officially launched at the Future Gas 2013 conference in April.
With new branding, the group aims to establish itself as a leading engineering, construction and maintenance service provider to the Australian utility infrastructure sector.
Zinfra Group managing director Tony Beach said the brand developed in response to the country’s changing regulatory environment and competitive services market.
“We believe significant opportunity exists for our services in the power, gas and water markets and also within adjacent markets requiring utilities services such as mining, rail, telecommunications and the renewables sector,” Mr Beach said.
Zinfra Group has worked on the operation of more than 2000km of gas transmission pipelines and associated facilities and on distribution systems totalling 30,000km of gas mains servicing around 1.9 million customer connections.
Mr Beach said the company draws on decades of experience operating and maintaining large-scale power distribution and transmission networks.
“It is our ambition to become Australia’s leading engineering, construction and maintenance service provider to the utility and infrastructure sectors – helping our clients get the most value from their important assets,” Mr Beach said.
Zinfra Group operates nationally, employing more than 1500 staff.