Who We Are
Avionics Company Leadership
Learn about our culture of innovation and how we’re applying “Lighting the Way” solutions to the Industries that we serve.
Meet the people who lead Avionics and how their innovation delivers results for our clients.
Avionics was Incorporated in 2007. Initially setup to handle airfield lighting specific installation projects and to partner the Swedish based company FMT to supply and deliver a new Cruise Ship Passenger Boarding Bridge for Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal located at Circular Quay.
Managing Director, Nicholas Brumley holds a Degree in Construction Management and was brought into the field of airports after progressing to a Construction Coordinator role on Hong Kong’s New Chek Lap Kok Airport in 1996. Nick stayed in Hong Kong for 2 years before being invited to take the helm at Sydney Airport for Thorn to deliver some key projects for the 2000 Olympic Games. Nick maintained the role of Senior Project Manager with Thorn for 10 years covering Australia and SE Asia, dominating the airfield market in this period.
It was in Hong Kong that Nick first met Electrical Supervisor of Construction Shane Webb. Shane’s passion for Airports and in particular his unique abilities to change methods of installation saw the natural progression with Nick via Avionics as a partner and Director of the company.
What We Will Bring To Your Team
Avionics prides itself on its professional conduct whilst recognising modern project teams require a flexible, proactive attitude. We have developed a flat management structure that fosters innovative thinking, change and a highly adaptable approach to problem solving.
Avionics will provide an enthusiastic team which consistently produce a vibrant enjoyable working environment. Avionics, with 100 employees nationally, has the personnel to suit all levels of project responsibility and supervision – from complex project management programming, budget control & design co-ordination to on site supervision and installation.
Avionics currently holds $20M in Assets & Stock
Avionics now have a physical presence and offices across 3 states and 2 countries:
- Brisbane and
- Sydney (Head Office)
- Hong Kong
Avionics Group maintains a sheet metal fabrication arm located in Melbourne, having purchased the equipment and personnel from Scel Australia (previous manufacturer of all Movement Area Guidance Signs in Melbourne and Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok. We can manufacture forms, signs, bay-markers, blanking plates and shims to various sizes and dimensions.