Sedatech is a leading mechanical services company, offering comprehensive engineering and construction solutions. The company has extensive experience in large scale commercial, retail, health and data centre projects.

Sedatech brings a fresh, collaborative approach to all of our projects, working with top tier construction companies to create smarter, more efficient mechanical systems for buildings. Our innovative design solutions deliver cost effective and energy efficient systems, without compromising on quality.

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Current Projects

  • CCC

    Clarence Correctional Centre

    Clarence Correctional Centre Builder: John Holland Contract Value: $60M Delivered by: Sedatech QLD Climatech is proud to deliver another tier 1 project in regional Australia. The new Clarence Correctional Centre is the largest correctional centre in Australia with accommodation for 1,700 beds, and has been designed to offer maximum opportunities for rehabilitation. Community buildings are part […]

  • Wework

    Wework 25 King St

    Shape & Sedatech are contracted to construct a premium office building—boasting environmentally sustainable design and the novel use of engineered timber—located in the recently revitalized Brisbane Showgrounds. Spanning three floors, this vibrant office features an array of focus-fueling workspaces and 24/7 amenities .

  • Yamanto-Central-main

    Yamanto Central

    Sedatech & Mainbrace Constructions will deliver the sub regional retail precinct at Yamanto, anchored by a full line Coles supermarket, latest gen Kmart, market hall, external dining precinct and more than 50 specialty shops. JMK Retail General Manager Vicki Leavy describes Yamanto Central as a next generation sub regional shopping centre demonstrating the demand for places […]

  • PCH Picy

    Adolescent Extended Treatment Facility PCH

    Sedatech is contracted to ADCO Construstions for the $27 million Adolescent Extended Treatment Facility will accommodate a 12-bed residential unit, a 20-place day program, as well as integrated vocational and training programs. Prince Charles Hospital is among Queensland’s leading health facilities, with a strong research culture and long history of providing mental health services.