For the past few years we have incorporated a 'Laser Taskforce Project' in the local community where our annual conference is held. It makes sense to use our collective group of skilled electricians and plumbers for charity work when we are all in the same place at the same time.

01 Jan 2016

Laser Tradies Make A Differerence

Nearly 6 months after the Lasercon 2015 Taskforce Project in Fiji and our work at Votualevu and Nadi is still creating interest across Australia. This time in NECA News.

Category : Community Projects

20 Oct 2015

Laser guided mission in Fiji builds new hope

IN a one-day blitz, a team of local tradies from Laser Electrical Noosaville and Laser Plumbing Gympie installed solar panels on a technical college in Fiji and fixed a leaking roof at the local primary school.

Category : Community Projects

30 Sep 2015

Tradies Raise $77k for mental health

As a result of ongoing work by Laser Plumbing & Electrical to raise both funds and awareness for Beyondblue and the importance of having good mental health in the workplace, the group’s managing director Steve Keil has presented Beyondblue CEO, Georgie Harman with a cheque for $77,479.63.

Category : Community Projects

15 Sep 2015

Laser Electrical Orange Returns to the Ridge

Outback Links tradie volunteers are hitting the road again, giving up their time to help farmers doing it tough in remote NSW. In September, an enthusiastic group of 15 professional and 10 apprentice tradies will get their boots dusty giving a hand to 30 farms around Lightning Ridge and Goodooga in North West NSW.

Category : Community Projects

07 Sep 2015

Creating Better Education

Members of the LaserCon 2015 Taskforce were farewelled last weekend by the Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Rosy Akbar, at a gala dinner in Nadi. The Taskforce consisted of plumbers and electricians from companies in the Laser Group, a network of over 250 plumbing and electrical contractors across Australia and New Zealand.

Category : Community Projects

03 Sep 2015

School Makeover

IN a project reminiscent of popular American reality TV show, Extreme Makeover, 400 electricians and plumbers from Australia and New Zealand converged on Votualevu Public School and the Fiji Technical Colleges Nadi Campus for a busy day of repairing and upgrading facilities.

Category : Community Projects

28 Aug 2015

Family rallies for personal cause

Laser Electrical Ouyens Gregg family have bounced and bumped 5000 kilometres from Alice Springs to Echuca to raise more than $67,000 for Kidney Health Australia. Six members of the Gregg family competed in the rally to fulfil the dream of their brother and father Rohan Gregg, who died in 2013 before he was able to compete with his 1984 WB Statesman.

Category : Community Projects