Barangaroo: A Perfect Fusion of Tradition and Design Excellence
Barangaroo is named after the second wife of Bennelong, the interlocutor between the Aboriginal people and the early British colonists in New South Wales. Barangaroo was a member of the Cammeraygal clan.
The Barangaroo Precinct is a major development with more than $6 Billion in capital invested in the precinct. When completed by 2024, the precinct will provide space for over 24,000 permanent jobs, generate approximately $2 billion per annum to the NSW economy and provide over 11 hectares of newly accessible public domain.
In the commercial building sector, agility is a distinct advantage.
The ability to pivot with speed to a changing environment can make a dramatic difference to the profitability of a company. This includes taking advantage of the developments in technology, processes and employee working environments.
The 22-hectare Barangaroo project is one such example. The precinct is designed to provide an optimal experience for working and visiting occupants. With supporting retail areas, green zones and enhanced accessibility, the design of engineering services for such an integrated project required a high degree of care, experience and raw talent.
Every step, every space, every plant display has been meticulously considered within the precinct-level space to support occupant wellbeing. State-of-the-art technology, supplemented by the very latest in contemporary engineering design, has resulted in highly evolved office facilities.