Last week marked the grand opening for one of our recently completed commercial projects in Sydney’s tech district Surry Hills. This new age office development is HQ for global technology company SafetyCulture Pty Ltd.
This ultramodern 9-story ‘state of the art’ space has been designed to encourage greater collaboration and innovation amongst teams, with customer themed meeting rooms, an onsite kitchen with chefs, state of the art gym and event spaces.
Some are calling this the future of ‘the great re-engagement’ of workers back to corporate offices after COVID-19.
“Particular things our team is loving is the dining room downstairs……we’ve got a rooftop with amazing views over Sydney, and we’ve got three bars in the building, a gym and lots of collaborative spaces” – Kenya Fryer, Workplace Experience Director at Safety Culture.
The 4,200 square metre commercial project has been designed with a combination of passive and active elements which scored 5.5 energy ranking from the National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS).
Project inclusions to help achieve this sustainability result involved high-performance glazing; building fabric to minimise heating and cooling loads as well as reduce its overall energy consumption.
This site also included the addition of a 15-kilowatt solar PV system to offset power consumption from the grid.
Congratulations to our entire Project Team on this outstanding job and a special thank you to our partners @stasiaproperty Candalepas Associates and all our sub-contractors who worked tirelessly with us to achieve this amazing result.
Photographers: Ben Gurthie and Brett Boardman