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SHK engaged Amicus to design and construct a new 463sqm workspace to suit their new location in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious office buildings, the Rialto Towers.
Working closely with the AMP Capital property management team, Amicus were engaged on a design & construct basis to create 2 speculative Brisbane office fitouts located in Coronation Drive Office Park 3, Milton, to assist the building owner with their mar
Office space demand is set to increase in the next 10 years and this means that Australian companies are having to work smarter not harder with the space that they can afford. Australia has a growing population and demand for white-collar services are lik
The challenge Brandon Capital posed Amicus was to design a high-end workspace to attract new talent and ensure the Brandon Capital company is well represented to entrepreneurs and investors.
“Make your move” was the message received from the panel at the Melbourne office real estate event today. Now is the time to secure your next office space before vacancy rates get even lower and spaces become harder to find. We also got the message that M
What had the people talking at our Sydney commercial property panel?
Your office is an important brand asset If you put your logo on your building, would it make sense for your brand? Angus Harvey Ross, Director at Corporate Property Partners Tenant Advocate (and Business Advisor, Strategist and all round oracle of usef
Moving your company can quickly turn to mayhem, and we don’t just mean packing everything up and keeping your staff happy during the change. The world of commercial real estate has many ways to blindside even the most battle-hardened CFO and Facilities
There are a few reasons why companies choose to move office - A) The building is coming down to make way for something new! Or your lease is up and now is your chance to make a change. B) There is a size change, growth or shrink and the existing space j
At the “sole” of the Hannah’s shoes is a heritage dating back 148 years. A New Zealand owned company, Hannah’s Shoes began when Robert Hannah opened his first boot shop in 1868, an entrepreneur for his time Robert was a hard worker and cared deeply about