Western Sydney now has access to a new, state of the art NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) registry in the Parramatta CBD, delivered by Rork Projects and officially opened to the public in February.
NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman, City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Bob Dwyer and President of the NCAT Justice Lea Armstrong were all in attendance at the opening, with the new facility described by Cr Dwyer as a “huge win” for the people of Western Sydney.
Rork Projects General Manager NSW, Andy Richards said he was proud to deliver such a significant project for the NSW Government.
“As well as providing new facilities for NCAT, we’ve also been able to deliver improved functionality for the NSW Government,” Mr Richards said.
“The project included four hearing rooms equipped with high-definition video conferencing technology with high levels of acoustic treatment throughout; features that align with the increased need to conduct hearings remotely via teleconference or audio-visual link.”
Rork Projects partnered with DEM Design and JHA Consulting Engineers on the project, which was delivered over 16 weeks.