Jumana Engineering was established at Darke Peak in 1980 by Noel Zwar, servicing the local community as a sideline to an existing farm business. During 1998, Noel's son-in-law, Shaun McInerney, came to work for him until 1992, when Noel retired and Shaun purchased the growing business and customer base.
Since its humble beginnings as a small engineering service, Jumana Engineering has steadily grown to its current status, now running as a well established, large and fully equipped workshop in Tumby Bay on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.
We currently service a diverse range of businesses and industries Australia wide, ensuring high quality, experienced craftsmanship. Our reputation is backed up by a strong customer base, and with easy access to a nationwide haulage contractor close by, we can quickly and efficiently arrange for transportation of orders to suit every customer's location and requirements.
With twenty years’ experience in all areas of metal fabrication throughout South Australia and interstate, Shaun is well versed in every aspect of engineering, and with the added benefit of working experience on several larger scale projects such as within the Roxby Downs mining industry, Darwin’s shipping industry and the construction of Collie Power Station in Western Australia, customers can feel confident in all projects undertaken at Jumana.