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News » International » Multiplex picked for 32-storey Perth fit-out » published 21 Jun 2017

Multiplex picked for 32-storey Perth fit-out

Multiplex has been picked for the fit-out of a campus featuring a 32-storey tower in the central business district of the Australian city of Perth.

The new Woodside Headquarters is a complex that includes the 32-storey building on Mount Street, a 400-seat auditorium, facilities for employees and a four-storey office and gallery on Mounts Bay Road.

The fit-out covers over 60,000m2 of net lettable area and is designed to foster collaboration with open floor plans and flexible meeting spaces.

Multiplex Western Australia regional managing director Chris Palandri said: “We are excited to partner with Woodside on what is set to be one of Perth’s best, and Australia’s leading workplaces. Through engaging in an early contractor involvement (ECI) process with Woodside, we have been able to fully understand Woodside’s vision for their campus in the city and are working to deliver a high-performance, sustainable workspace that connects with the community and has a genuine impact on the wellbeing of its occupants.”

The main building of Woodside’s tenanted area recently received a 6 Star Green Star Design rating from the Green Building Council Australia. The building has been specifically designed to reduce the overall building’s energy and water uses through features including a highly efficient air conditioning and lighting system, natural daylight access and rainwater harvesting for landscape irrigation.

Work on the Woodside Headquarters will be completed to support Woodside moving from its current building in the second half of 2018.



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This article was published on 21 Jun 2017 (last updated on 21 Jun 2017).

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