Sydney Water Headquarters

Parramatta NSW

This $110 million commercial building is comprised of 30,000m2 of A-grade commercial space over 18 levels, and five levels of basement car parking and associated plant rooms.
This development also features a podium level that integrates into the future Parramatta Civic Place precinct and has a 5-Star Green Star rating, with the ability to upgrade to 6-Star.

  • Robert Bird Group was able to optimise construction cycle times via innovative use of in-situ concrete and precast frames.
  • Robert Bird Group designed a “hanging” podium structure using steel columns, to create a column-free ground floor lobby space.
  • RBG assisted in re-planning the basement car park to achieve greater structural and planning efficiencies, and eliminated an entire transfer level.
  • RBG’s design makes future provision for tunnel access to Civic Place.
  • Efficient post-tensioned concrete banded floors saved construction cost and time.
  • A16-metre high external colonnade serves as the architectural feature for the public external space.

Project Value:
$110 million
Year Completed:
2012
Building Metrics:
18 Levels
30,000sqm
5 Levels basement car parking
Environmental Performance:
5 Star Green Star Rating
Sectors:
Commercial

Client:
Sydney Water Corporation & Brookfield Multiplex Developments
Architect:
Denton Corker Marshall
Robert Bird Group Services:
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering

Additional Information

Additional information is available for you to view regarding services and sectors RBG provide.

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

The relationship between people and their work place has been transformed by the development of digital technologies. But, despite these technologies liberating many to work remotely, it is the physical and social collaboration between individuals and teams that’s at the heart of the creative, knowledge sharing.

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