Lodge Chelmsford was Consecrated and Dedicated on Tuesday 25th May 1909, in the Masonic Hall Five Dock, by the Right Worshipful Deputy Grand Master, Right Worshipful Brother H Montgomerie Hamilton. Attendance at the Ceremony was recorded at 191 masons, consisting of 16 Grand Lodge members, 23 Members of Lodge Chelmsford and 152 visiting brethren. The sponsoring Lodge was Shaw Stewart No 133. The Lodge took its name from Lord Chelmsford who at the time was the Governor of Queensland and the Governor-Designate of New South Wales. Upon assuming the latter office, Lord Chelmsford was elected the Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of NSW, which position he occupied for three years (1910).
In 2015 Lodge Chelmsford and Lodge Concord Technology consolidated to continue their masonic journey under the banner Lodge Chelmsford Technology.