Rork Projects was engaged to refurbish the Agile space located in the G12 Services Building of The University of Sydney. The project involved transforming the existing open-plan workstation area into a more functional space by adding two new meeting rooms, informal/collaborative areas, and a lounge area. The air conditioning units were upgraded to chilled water units, and a new outside air fan was installed. Additionally, the condenser units on the roof were replaced, and the electrical and fire services were upgraded to suit the new layout.
To accommodate the new services and layout, most of the ceiling tiles and grid were replaced. Feature carpet tiles were also installed in the new meeting rooms and collaborative areas. The project was completed over an extended Christmas break period of six weeks, during which the area was a live environment for a couple of weeks on either side of the break.
The project was located adjacent to the live environment of The University of Sydney Project Managers, Designers, and Services Engineers. Works were scheduled to maintain minimal disruption, with noise levels kept to an absolute minimum to ensure that USYD operations were not affected. Rork Projects worked collaboratively with USYD to keep them informed of the scheduled works and ensure that the optimum use of time and impact on USYD operations was minimised.
As an Indigenous business, we proudly acknowledge that this project was completed on the traditional lands of the Darug people of the Eora Nation.