CNF's project managers, engineers and designers are a diversified group which enables us to offer services across a large range of engineering projects including Renewable Energy, Water & Wastewater, Chemical, Material Handling & Risk Assessment Projects.

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CNF designs solutions with clients, overcoming their challenges by mobilising multi-disciplinary teams to develop innovative designs.

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“Latest happenings”

  • CNF is proud to be part of the recently announced Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain project in Victoria. Over the past year, CNF personnel have been assisting the Engineering Team of Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) to develop a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for the Hydrogen Liquefaction and Loading terminal to be built at Hastings Victoria. The FEED work has been undertaken in a truly collaborative manner, which has resulted in Value Engineering savings. The joint team included the proposed operator of the facility, so as to ensure that designs were “operator friendly”. The final FEED outcome is testament to CNF’s approach to working in joint teams in collaboration to achieve superior project outcomes for clients.

  • CNF has been awarded the contract to upgrade the mechanical and electrical systems at the Kyogle Water Treatment Plant and Off-Site pumpstation.  The work consists of replacing the gravity filter underdrain system, refurbishing the civil structures, upgrading pumps and valve systems, and implementing a PLC control system to operate all aspects of the plant. CNF is looking forward to supporting the local workforce in implementing the upgrade.


  • John Holland has engaged CNF to deliver the detailed design of a further 15 solar PV installations as part of the NT Solar SETuP program. This will bring the total number of sites to twenty five, with over 10MW of solar PV delivered to communities across the Northern Territory. CNF has used the lessons learnt from previous works to provide designs that are optimised for performance, constructability, maintainability and capital cost, so that the program can deliver additional benefits to all stakeholders.