JMG’s Electrical Team provides skills and expertise in the areas of lighting and power design, power supply and distribution, data, communications, access control and security.

The team also offers specialist expertise in the following areas:

  • lifts
  • data centres
  • fire detection
  • EWIS communications systems
  • SCADA telemetry systems
  • contestable energy market
  • audio visual support services

Chris Holloway
Principal – Electrical & Energy

Chris Holloway’s primary responsibility is for the technical and management aspects of the Electrical and Energy Section of JMG.  As the Principal Electrical Engineer, Chris has over 25 years’ experience in the engineering of electrical power, lighting, communications, security and fire detection systems.  Through his broad experience in projects throughout Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania, Chris has developed particular experience in the strategic planning for electrical reticulation, IT/ telecommunications and security systems.

In recent years, Chris has developed expertise in emergency management and business continuity planning for the electricity supply industry (Transend/Aurora/Hydro), including the undertaking of risk assessments and the facilitation of exercises.
Significant projects Chris has worked on include ICON (Myer redevelopment), Launceston City Council Water/Sewer Pump Station Telemetry/SCADA Upgrade, Trevallyn Dam Pump Station Upgrade, the Friends’ School Farrell Centre and Hydro Tasmania’s Cambridge Office.

Chris is the primary contact for any Electrical & Energy enquiries and oversees all related projects. Contact him at:

Robert Ravani
Senior Electrical Engineer

Robert is based in the Hobart office and holds responsibility for developing electrical engineering designs to service JMG’s broad array of clients. His skills have been utilized on a range of projects particularly those requiring specialist solutions or complex services. He has led design teams on projects across a range of sectors including commercial, residential, retail, health care and data centres, and has developed these skills working both nationally and internationally as a senior engineer in Melbourne, London, and Dubai.

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