Our built environment plays an enormous role in determining our economic, social and environmental wellbeing. For developers in both the housing and non-residential markets this means addressing the challenges presented by urbanisation, globalisation, new materials and technologies, and the need for long-term sustainability. With challenge comes opportunity and in this market the scope for innovation is only limited by our imaginations.
We’re passionate about improving the feasibility and marketability of projects without impinging on design and quality that creates a point of difference. You can be confident that the expertise our people bring to the table, which covers the entire lifecycle of constructed assets from concept feasibility through design, procurement, construction and asset management, will deliver value in your project.
Bankwest Place, Raine Square: Bankwest’s corporate head office moved into new premises at Raine Square in the Perth CBD. The fit out of the 17-storey building, approximately 43,000m2 (GFA) in total, was completed to a high standard and is the only office in Perth to fully adopt the mobile workplace structure. The fit out incorporates cutting edge IT and AV technology, multiple breakout areas, multiple meeting rooms and a large landscaping and entertainment area to the podium level.
Roy Hill Project, Remote Operations Centre and Offices: The Perth-based Headquarters and Remote Operations Centre is a core component of the Roy Hill Project, which also includes the construction of a world-class iron ore mine in the Pilbara, 344 km of heavy haul rail and purpose-built port facilities at Port Headland. The building has a high level specification, incorporating a state-of-the-art control room, basement car park, glazed entrance atrium and associated services.