Rork Projects was engaged to complete a full fit-out of two new tenancy suites on level 9 of the Eagle House Building on Bourke Street, in the heart of Melbourne City.
The fit out was constructed from a warm shell which included a front of house working space with a public reception area, collaboration spaces for employees and guests and meeting rooms. A kitchenette and casual breakout kitchen space for employees was also delivered as part of the project. Brand-new bespoke joinery was used throughout the fit out of both tenancies. Rork Projects were proud to partner with IA Designs and Compass Engineering to create this sleek, yet practical space within a tight timeframe.
RACV required Rork Projects to adhere to a very tight program and schedule due to the refurbished tenancy committed to a lease just two days after the Practical Completion date. This became a challenge with delays to materials such as fire doors, pinboards, polytec, benchtops, workstations, and PAC units due to the current competitive, unpredictable, and short stocked nature of the construction industry.
Despite these industry shortages and long lead times on materials, this project was delivered on budget and within the intended 9-week timeframe.
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.