FILTEC continue to grow and expand their capabilities.
FILTEC is awarded is largest contract approximate value $6m to deliver a combined water and wastewater infrastructure project.
FILTEC commended for is involvement in the IPWEA NZ Excellence award for best public works project under $5m the Mangawhai Water Treatment Plant.
FILTEC International Pty is formed, allowing FILTEC to operate in the Australian market. The first full time Australian is employed to lead our Australian operations.
FILTEC commended for its involvement in the Tokomaru water treatment plant as winner for the Local Government NZ infrastructure project of the year. Matt Ewen receives YWP award from Water NZ.
FILTEC moves to a purpose fit out facility in Mt Wellington allowing them the capability to expand the offering. A world class engineering design office and fabrication facility as well as a stock management and control centre housing all the spare components required to look after our clients.
An advisory board is appointed allowing the company to have a strong governance structure. A significant investment programme begins, in people plant and processes.
Graeme Thacker retires, majority shareholding is taken on by Managing Director Matt Ewen who had been working in the business for a number of years at this point.
Company founded by Graeme Thacker and Craig Freeman as a management buy-out of the Mac Ewans Water Treatment Division.