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The project was carried out on a construction management basis, over a period of 10 weeks across 4,000sqm at Grosvenor Street, Abbotsford, Melbourne, VIC
Honeywell, the American conglomerate's lease at their existing Richmond offices was due to expire. After studying the leasing market they settled on a plan to move the offices and its 400 staff to a new location in Abbotsford across 4,000sqm.
The site was a warehouse conversion with a saw toothed roof structure and was certified as a Green Star development . The new Honeywell fit out needed to comply with the house energy rules.
Honeywell worked with a tight budget to achieve its goals and Amicus made sure that as much of the existing fit out infrastructure as possible was re-used and initiatives were adopted to adapt the environment within the requirements of the Green Star framework.
What the client said:
“Our new location was a warehouse that had been converted and certified as a 4 star Green Star development. Working with a company that understood the planning sensitivities was key for us. Amicus responded to the challenges on the project every step of the way. We did not exceed our budget and we moved in on time.”
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