Fujitsu General starts construction on new Sydney HQ

Due to open late 2018.

Fujitsu General Australia has started construction on its new national headquarters at Eastern Creek in Sydney’s west. The new headquarters will be a 5-star Green Star energy rated building, providing additional space to encourage business growth and increase employment opportunities within the surrounding region.

The 11,093 sqm building will be a state-of-the-art facility and will house Fujitsu General Australia’s head office, Fujitsu General Assist and an 8,500 sqm distribution warehouse. The new offices and warehouse will improve operational and distribution efficiencies across the Fujitsu General network, nationally.

Fujitsu General has signed a ten-year lease with the current site landlord, Jacfin Pty Ltd and has appointed Vaughan Constructions to complete the construction of the multi-million-dollar development.

L to R: Ray Waterhouse, Priscilla Waterhouse (Jacfin Pty Ltd), Philip Perham (Fujitsu General Australia), Mark Taylor (Fujitsu General’s ambassador), Andrew Noble (Vaughan Constructions)

Fujitsu General managing director, Philip Perham said, “I am very excited to announce that construction of the new Fujitsu General headquarters has begun at Eastern Creek.

“The development will provide space and resource for Fujitsu General’s continued growth in the air conditioning market. The new office design will include a Fujitsu General showroom, on-site gymnasium, auditorium and outside green areas, which will encourage innovation, development and strengthen our ‘people first’ culture.

Vaughan Constructions managing director, Andrew Noble commented, “This pivotal piece of infrastructure, will not only support the operational needs of Fujitsu General, but provides a superior work environment with exceptional staff facilities.”

The initial design concept was completed by Sydney based designers, ODCM, in conjunction with Fujitsu General and Vaughan Constructions. Completion of the new headquarters is set to take place in December this year.

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