American Express HQ

American Express Corporate Headquarters comprises four basement car parking levels, a ground floor transfer deck and eleven storeys of office space above ground floor. The building sits directly adjacent to the Western Distributor.

American Express is a part of the wider King Street Wharf precinct, with total project value in excess of $1.2 billion. Robert Bird Group was engaged by the client for structural and civil engineering for the life of the entire development.

Robert Bird Group added significant value to the project, including the following innovations:

  • Existing basement structure was strengthened using structural steel to allow for late deletion of internal tower columns, thus
  • providing large column-free office spaces.
  • Efficient long-span post-tensioned floor plate structures minimized floor heights
  • Precast load-bearing façade solutions allowed fast and safe construction directly adjacent to the Western Distributor.
  • Detailed co-ordination and notching of floor beams minimised building height whilst allowing for efficient services reticulation.

Project Value:     
$63 million
Year Completed:
2007
Building Metrics:Total Area:

  • 16,500 m² approx
  • Levels: 11 + 4 basements

Environmental Performance:
4 Star Greenstar
4.5 Star AGBR
Sectors:
Commercial
Waterfront
Client:
Multiplex Developments

Primary Contractor:
Multiplex Developments
Architect:
Cox Crone
Robert Bird Group Services:
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering

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Structural

Robert Bird Group provide outstanding innovative and buildable structural design solutions in all sectors across the globe.

Civil

Robert Bird Group’s Civil Engineers provide engineering design services from concept and planning through detailed design on to construction and maintenance, with the potential for ongoing management and advice for the operating life of a project.

Commercial

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