Rork Projects recently collaborated with Mostyn Copper on behalf of Abacus Property to transform one of their existing tenancies located in Surry Hill. This project was initiated with the primary goal of transforming the tenancy to be market-ready for potential tenants.
The scope of the projects included enhancing the existing Power and Data infrastructure within the tenancy to accommodate 14 additional workspaces, effectively increasing the total number of workstations to 54. Alongside this, a comprehensive upgrade of the lighting system was undertaken to ensure an optimal working environment. The transformation of the space also included a fresh coat of paint to revitalise the aesthetics, giving it a modern and inviting look.
Meeting the client’s strict timeline was imperative, despite logistical challenges in the bustling Surry Hills area. The absence of a loading dock required early deliveries, often commencing at 5:30 am.
Working within a live environment, alongside occupied neighbouring tenancies, Rork Projects orchestrated the project to minimize disruptions, scheduling noisy tasks during off-hours. The project concluded defect-free, with the timely provision of O&M Manuals, Certificates, Warranties, and Handover documentation.
This collaboration with Mostyn Copper marked a triumphant debut, leaving an exceptionally satisfied client. Sustainability was a top priority, with a notable 100% material recycling rate, showcasing our strong commitment to environmental responsibility.
Rork Projects is proud to have been part of this transformative journey at 63 Ann Street, Surry Hills, and we look forward to continuing our commitment to excellence and client satisfaction in future endeavours.
As an Indigenous business, we proudly acknowledge that this project was completed on the traditional lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.