Over the past 12 months our team has been growing across Australia, and in Sydney we’ve delivered some of our most innovative and complex projects to date.
With so much happening, now seemed like the perfect time to share more details on what we’ve been up to.
With $40m+ of workplace projects for Dell, JWS, Tourism Australia and EQT currently underway, our teams have been elevating commercial spaces across the city. A total of 8,450m2 of fitout and refurbishment works are being undertaken in some of the most prestigious buildings in the Sydney CBD including Quay Quarter Tower and Salesforce Tower.
Client: Dell, JWS, Tourism Australia and EQT
Project Managers: JLL, Spitfire and Cushman & Wakefield
Architect: Davenport Campbell, Bates Smart and Futurespace
Our team recently completed 6000m2 of works across nine levels at Chifley Tower that combined high-end art-deco finishes with the latest amenities technologies. The $11.4m project four levels of make good, 18 bathrooms and nine lift lobbies. The works were significant with over 93,000kg of fabricated stone transported via the goods lift, 405 tonnes of waste removed and the whole project required a total of 65,000 hours. Along with this an incredible 90% of the waste was also recycled.
Over the past year our Westmead Hospital project team has delivered the Kids HQ: Command Centre for Kids’ at the Children’s Hospital, as well as the completing the Ambulatory Care and Dermatology units. The project continues with the Cystic Fibrosis and Respiratory Units, as well as a number of existing operating theatres. This project comes as part of the complete transformation of Westmead Hospital into a world-class healthcare facility.
Working with a private government client the 320 Pitt Street project has seen us undertake significant base building upgrades to meet stringent performance specifications, including facade works and 19 levels of detailed, specialised fitout, along with interconnecting stairs. The team are also delivering services upgrades as well as infrastructure elements.
These works come after the successful delivery of the project these transformed the entire entrance of 320 Pitt Street. These original works were completed in 2020 and included an upgraded lobby, new café, end-of-trip facilities and a cosmetic façade