Rork QLD has kick started 2020 in the heart of the Brisbane CBD following a move into 100 Creek Street.
100 Creek Street is a striking 25-storey commercial building in the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Brisbane’s financial district just moments from the iconic Queen Street Mall and Central train station.
The relocation will help Rork QLD expand their Brisbane client base and demonstrates their desire to expand as a business and to challenge and compete for larger more complex construction projects.
Matt Clayton, Rork Projects QLD GM noted that the move significantly highlights the already demonstrated project successes of the Brisbane office since entering in the competitive Brisbane market.
“It will not only assist us in being closer and more available for our valued clients in the Brisbane CBD but it will elevate the profile of Rork Projects as a national Indigenous construction company competing in all the major cities across Australia,” he said.
Rork QLD recently completed projects include stunning work at TAFE Logan, the Commonwealth Law Courts, Griffith University, Energy Queensland and at the University of Queensland’s Central Library Development.
“We know that when it comes to Indigenous business – our relocation will highlight that Rork Projects means business.” Matt concluded.