Memberships & Associations
ATIVOs continued commitment to providing world class shutdowns, projects and maintenance solutions to our clients is supported through its association with, or membership in the following professional organisations:
The Australian Pipeline Industry Association Ltd
is the peak national body representing the interests of Australia’s transmission pipeline sector. APIA’s current membership is predominantly involved in the high-pressure transmission of oil and gas.
Asset Management Council (MESA)
The Asset Management Council
is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia, the peak body for all engineering disciplines. Operating as a non-profit organisation, the Asset Management Council is committed to the promotion and education of optimal asset management practices in industrial, commercial, academic and government organisations.
Mining, Energy & Services Council Australia (MESCA)
The Mining, Energy & Services Council Australia (MESCA)
was formed in Queensland in 1995, a joint incentive of the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) and the Queensland Government. Both of these entities being keen to promote dialogue between suppliers to the mining industry and mining companies as well as promote Australian contents into the sector.
Since its inception MESCA has provided a unique networking and information service to its members. Regular briefings are held in Townsville, Mackay, Gladstone, Brisbane, Newcastle / Maitland, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. Briefings not only offer the opportunity to be informed of current projects but also the chance to network with other suppliers to the industry as well as key industry players
Gladstone Engineering Alliance (GEA)
The Gladstone Engineering Alliance
(GEA) exists to strengthen Gladstone business and industry, and enable continued sustainable economic growth in the Gladstone Region. The GEA is a not-for-profit, Incorporated Association, which has been operational since 2003. The network was formed to strengthen the capability of Gladstone in the minerals / chemical processing, coal, LNG, Nickel and Steel industries.
Predominately, GEA members provide construction and maintenance services to major industrial plants in Central Queensland and the coal mines to the west. These industries are owned by major global players.