Melbourne Museum Switchboards

WORKS: Residual Current Device (RCD) Installation Program

Client: Museum Victoria - Melbourne Museum

Scope of Works

To raise all services to a high level of compliance. All general power outlets identified in approximately 132 switchboards located, will be upgraded with RCD’s.

This will include over 300 RCD’s to be supplied and installed.

Works will include a high level of coordination working in and around the public spaces, labs, back of house and administrative areas.

Each area has individual restraints regarding hours of operation and access.

Supply and installation of RCD’s to identify circuits

Removal of all redundant electrical rubble

Coordination of all works in conjunction with the Project Manager

Allowance for supervision, insurances and all after hours works as required.

Provision of expert advice as required by the project.

Some remedial works may be required to repair faulty circuitry.

Management of the Site and all safety and regulatory requirements to maintain full operation of the Melbourne Museum.


To liaise with multiple stakeholders and departments to ensure works were delivered without impact or interference.

Delivery of all works outside normal hours to ensure the Museums operation or general public were not affected by shut down of power.