Rork Projects was engaged by AMP Capital to undertake aluminium composite panel (ACP) and tenant signage replacement works at 199 Grey Street, South Brisbane. The works involved the removal of the existing ACP and replaced with Bondor Flame Guard, along with the removal and replacement of tenant street signage.
Grey Street is one of Brisbane’s busiest traffic and pedestrian streets. The project sequencing and staging required careful coordination to minimise disruption to a fully occupied office tenancy (1000+ occupants) and five commercial tenancies, with works restricted to 6.30am to 6.30pm to minimise disruption to nearby residential tenancies. The installation of new tenancy street signage was strategically programmed and sequenced with all stakeholders to achieve zero impact on commercial trading.
Brisbane City Council and South Bank Corporation were consulted as approvals were required to establish lane closures and implement traffic management plans. Safety on this project was of utmost importance, giving full and careful consideration to identifying and mitigating all project hazards and risks.
This project was safely and successfully delivered by Rork Projects with no public complaints to Brisbane City Council; minimal to no impact to AMP building tenants, the five commercial tenancies, and nearby residential tenancies; and no site safety issues reported.
As an Indigenous business, we proudly acknowledge that this project was completed on the traditional lands of the Yuggera, Turrbal, Noonucal, Goenpul, and Yugembah Nations.