Rork Projects was engaged by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to undertake the partial demolition of existing office areas and fit out of the ground floor tenancy at their Docklands location in Melbourne’s CBD.
The scope of works consisted of the installation of new services, partitions, ceiling modification, joinery, floor finishes & pinboards, along with the coordination and installation of brand-new workstations & furniture that was procured by the client.
Rork Projects implemented sustainable practices during the project by reusing existing materials where possible. Steel posts were reused in door jambs and carpet tiles were used for patching, reducing waste and promoting environmental responsibility.
The site was a secure facility, and all contractors and visitors required a security escort or PEIC pass on-site. Noisy works were required to take place before 7:30am and loading dock usage needed to be scheduled with ATO, with all loading dock usage to be complete by 7:30 am at the latest. Site access was solely through the building and lift lobby, with no direct access to the goods lift.
Facilitating works within a live environment, including management of dust, noise, access, and deliveries through the public building lobby, Rork Projects delivered the project on time, on budget, and exceeding our target margins. Defects were closed out effectively and in a timely manner by issuing internal defects early while contractors were still on-site.
As an Indigenous business, we proudly acknowledge that this project was completed on the traditional lands of the Boonwurrung, Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungurung, Wathaurung and Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nation.