The rise of Rork Projects in the Sunshine State
With challenge comes opportunities.
That’s the motto for Rork Projects as the company navigates the unexpected trials of 2020. Rather than resting on its laurels Rork Projects has forged ahead, striking new partnerships, new projects and new opportunities. Rork Projects Queensland General Manager Matt Clayton said his team has rallied to take a positive approach.
“We believe in the Queensland economy and in our capacity and skillset. We came together and made a conscious decision not to take a backwards step,” he said. “The result has been strong growth across sectors, with client confidence and approval following.”
As one of the industries less impacted by Covid-19, Matt Clayton said his team feel a sense of responsibility to work hard and contribute to the Queensland economy and to the community.
“This is a challenging time for so many businesses, and we feel grateful and a certain responsibility because we have been able to continue operating in Queensland," he said. "I’m extremely proud to be working for a company that continues to give back, invest and support our community, clients and staff given the current climate.”
New initiative: Rork Minor Works
To meet a surge in demand for specialist construction projects, Rork Projects Queensland has launched a new division to deliver refurbishments, fit outs and minor construction works to an ever-changing workplace. Rork Minor Works sits alongside Rork Projects’ major project team and focuses on delivering a range of needs, from office upgrades to significant maintenance works.
This diversification of delivery means that clients can get the experience and security that comes from working with a major construction company, without losing the attention to detail and service that these specialist projects need.
To find out more about Rork Minor Works, email your requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
In June, Rork Projects’ was announced as the new Major Sponsor for National Basketball League foundation club, the Brisbane Bullets. This major investment makes Rork Projects the biggest individual partner the Bullets have had since the club returned to the NBL; and the first Indigenous business to sponsor an NBL team.
Through the partnership, Rork Projects, the Brisbane Bullets and the NBL are working together to grow Australian communities and industries, including fostering opportunities and awareness for Indigenous Australians.
28 King Street, Caboolture
Demolition, site clearance and hazardous waste removal works for Rork Projects’ new build at 28 King Street, Caboolture is complete. Watch our July timelapse video showing the first columns being poured on this significant project.
300 George Street, Brisbane CBD
Rork Projects has begun working in one of Brisbane's largest Integrated CBD developments, ‘Brisbane Quarter’. Brisbane Quarter is a fully integrated, world-class, mixed-use precinct comprising a 5-star luxury hotel, 81 storey residential tower and a premium A-grade office tower.
Rork Projects are currently undertaking base build tenancy divisions and a speculative suite fit-out on Levels 6, 7 & 8 in the office tower. Works involve the creation of 3-4 new tenancies per floor which flow into a fully operational spec suite fit-out complete with high quality, feature finishes and fixtures.
215 Adelaide Street, Brisbane CBD
In October, Rork Projects will commence works on a new End of Trip facility for Challenger and Case Meallin, at 215 Adelaide Street. The project will be delivered over four stages, meticulously planned to minimise the time on site to eight and a half weeks in order to reduce disruption for the client and tenants.
Rork Projects’ Queensland team are thrilled to build on our national relationships with Challenger and Case Meallin and deliver this important upgrade in Brisbane’s CBD.