LineS Engineering

Finding innovative and practical solutions for connecting, managing and optimising transmission & distribution lines.

We have a long history of designing transmission (110kV-400kV) and distribution (11kV - 110kV) lines for large and small clients across Australasia. Our skilled team of engineers can design new lines, upgrade existing lines, offer technical advice and construction monitoring.


Transmission Line Design

Our team of engineers can tackle any transmission line design project. We excel in solving unusual problems and delivering cost-effective and unique solutions. With our strong asset management expertise,  you can be assured the full life cycle of the asset is considered with any new design. 


Our clients love our unique approach to collaborative problem-solving in order to get to the best and most practical results each time. 


Working with us on transmission line design means you enjoy:

  • End to end engineering solutions.

  • Skilled professional engineers with decades of transmission line experience throughout Australasia.

  • Practical, intelligent designs.

  • Designs that consider the full asset Lifecycle.

  • Cost-effective solutions.

  • An innovative, engineered approach to complex problems or unique situations.


Distribution Line Design

Our practical and hands-on distribution line designers understand the unique requirements of distribution line engineering. We remove unneeded complexity and focus on efficient, functional designs that meet the needs of our clients. Our team are equipped to perform surveying services, meaning we can provide end to end solutions in-house for any distribution design requirement. 


Working with us on distribution line design means you enjoy:


  • Lower life cycle costs by optimising designs

  • Quicker design time-frames and lower construction costs

  • Avoiding risks of like-for-like replacements, thereby complying with modern health & safety requirements

  • Independence from the installation contractors

  • Support from a team of specialist professional engineers

Partnering your care

Do you have a kidney specialist in the clinic?

Yes. Our integrated medical & dialysis centres provides both haemodialysis and outpatient consultations by our in-house kidney specialist and medical doctors.

Can I visit the clinic & discuss care details?

Yes, do contact us (call/WhatsApp) at 8388 9674 for more information, visits to our centres and advice on how we can partner your care.

Are dialysis patients allowed to travel overseas?

Yes, with the right care arrangements, patients on haemodialysis care could continue living their lives to the fullest. We would be happy to advice and coordinate on your care arrangements (e.g. holiday dialysis overseas). In addition, DaVita has a wide network of centres in USA and also neighbouring countries (e.g. Malaysia) which would allow a seamless continuity of your care. However, due to covid-19, at risk patients are advised to defer non-essential travel if possible.

Paying for care

Can I pay using insurance & Medisave?

We have partnerships with many major insurance companies and national bodies. Just bring along your NRIC (for Singaporean & PR) or passport, or call us at call us to find out more.

How am I charged for treatment?

You could be charged on a sessional or monthly basis (for recurrent care).

We would be happy to provide financial counselling if you like an estimate of charges should you choose to partner DaVita for your care.

What’s the claim limit for MediShield Life and MediSave?

Eligible patients may claim up to $1,000 per month for haemodialysis treatment from MediShield Life and up to $450 per month from their MediSave account.

Is DaVita Singapore the preferred partner for any private insurer?

DaVita Singapore is the preferred renal care panel/partner for NTUC Income and Aviva Singapore. Please refer to the links for more information: 1) NTUC Income : 2) Aviva:

What are the payment modes?

We accept cash, Nets and Visa/Master/Amex payment modes.

Transfer & admission process

For new dialysis patients (e.g. from hospital)

Your medical social worker or renal coordinator could prepare the following for you and contact DaVita for your care placement, once the following information is complete:

  • DaVita referral form (enclosed, to be endorsed by renal medical officer and above);
  • Dialysis prescription
  • Dialysis flowsheet of last 3 sessions
  • Recent blood tests with serological results (e.g. for Hepatitis B)
  • Any other relevant medical information (e.g. discharge, medication list etc)

For existing dialysis patients (e.g. from other centres)

Please inform your existing centre on your intention to transfer and prepare the following information:

  • DaVita referral form (enclosed, to be endorsed by renal medical officer and above);
  • Dialysis prescription
  • Dialysis flowsheet of last 3 sessions
  • Recent blood tests with serological results (e.g. for Hepatitis B)
  • Hospital memo or any other relevant information

What to Prepare for First Treatment?

What to Prepare for First Treatment?

  • Consider bringing along another family member/caregiver as we will be sharing plenty of information regarding your care (e.g. care options, financial counselling etc)
  • Patients are advised to wear comfortable and warm clothing that would help access your fistula or catheter site (e.g. looser clothing or with buttons for easy access);
  • Bring along your identification (e.g. NRIC);
  • Relevant medical information (e.g. referral letter, latest dialysis prescription, blood tests, discharge summary, medication list etc);
  • Relevant medications (e.g. recormon, venofer)
  • Relevant financial information (e.g. your insurance policy)
  • A typical dialysis session would approximately 4 hours – patients are advised to have their meals ahead of dialysis and refrain from meals during dialysis.

Care routine

Part of your care routine includes regular blood tests and monthly rounds/consultation with our Nephrologist.

Developer Clearance Checks


If you’re building or carrying out work near powerlines in New Zealand, you must ensure you comply with the requirements of the New Zealand Electrical Code of Practice for Electrical Safe Distances (NZECP34).


Don’t worry. We can help! Our qualified and experienced team can assist scheme development and compliance by providing 3D modelling of lines and proposed structures, and maximum permissible building height contours.


We have strong working relationships with Transpower and other lines companies which means we have access to the latest line models and survey data.


We also have field survey capabilities and can produce engineering reports suitable for submission to Transpower or a lines company for consent.


Find out more

Peter Greenway

Manager - Transmission Lines / Director

Mobile: +64 21 383 479

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Brett Barnes

Manager - Electrical / Director

Mobile: +61 402 113 047

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