Located in Western Sydney, the building had previously been used as an industrial warehouse but required business-critical services upgrades to allow Daimler Fuso to use it as a truck repairs and maintenance facility.
The scope was significant and encompassed the construction of a high-volume mechanical system featuring air quality sensors that detect, then expel, excessive levels of carbon dioxide and other noxious gases. We were responsible for the design of a reliable mechanical system that’s crucial for occupational safety. Upon project design approval, construction and installation commenced, and included penetrations in the tilt up concrete panel structure and subsequent steel reinforcement.
Beyond the mechanical scope, we were responsible for the delivery of a cost-effective 700sqm back of house office that included workstations and services and featured an office kitchenette, break out area, lunchroom and end-of-trip facilities. Lastly, a new 100 sqm client facing service lounge was added, in addition to building façade improvements and car park enhancements.