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Mediacom Office Fitout

Governed by business growth

Project Details 

The project was carried out on a Construction Management basis, over  9 weeks across 2400sqm on Levels 15, 16 & 17, 65 Berry Street, North Sydney.

  • Mediacom Signage
  • Mediacom Socks
  • Mediacom
  • Mediacom lights
  • Mediacom Breakout

Client Goals

Mediacom, part of the largest media buying business in the world and parent company Group M had a lease renewal at their existing North Sydney building. Mediacom were able to address their overloaded 17th floor and redistribute the staff over 3 floors. The fit out used vibrant colours, retro phone booths and unique knitted timber stumps, helping Mediacom to maintain its market leader position in the advertising industry.

What the client said

“I found Amicus to be extremely professional, friendly and supportive during the entire process. We needed to make many adjustments due to changing requirements which were accommodated without fuss – nothing was too much trouble”. David Reid

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