The TCM Vision

 

To be a recognised leader in the air conditioning industry in Tasmania through continual improvement and development of our Integrated Management System. To ensure superior innovation, enthusiasm and involvement of all employees, embrace efficiency and innovation with product and systems application and gain a closer appreciation of our clients needs and expectations whilst improving our Environmental, Quality and Safety Performance.

TCM History

 

TCM commenced operation in 1967 with Angus MacLeod as Managing Director. Angus has over 50 years of service to the Air Conditioning and Electrical Controls industry in Tasmania.

Fellow Director, Chris Wright, joined the company in 1982 bring with him 8 years experience in the Mechanical Services & HVAC feild.

Todd Booth joined the company in 2000 and developed his role as a Contract Manager and IT specialist before becoming a Director in 2010.

 

Commercial Building Services Maintenance remains the core business activity of the organization ensuring that our interest and involvement with the installation of projects is directed towards producing an effective, efficient and easily maintainable installation for our clients for years to come.

 

Current major maintenance projects include CSIRO Research Facility,  Aurora sites in the south, Lands Building, Reserve Bank Building, Hobart Magistrates Courts, Supreme and Civil Courts, TMAG sites, Hobart City Council and many more.

TCM PARTNERS

 

TCM are a partner of the joint venture company Energy Solutions Technologies which enables TCM to be more effective in targeting the larger performance based contracts and to have stronger marketing of its services and capabilities.

Energy Solutions Technologies, a joint venture between White & McAllister (Hobart) and Service Maintenance (Launceston) was established to target specific clients and markets for Energy Solutions Technologies specialist services using the combined experience of over 120 personnel. Energy Solutions Technologies has the statewide maintenance contract for the Department of Education.