Coincides with 20 year anniversary.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia (MHIAA) has moved its head office to new premises in Regents Park in western Sydney from Kingsgrove in south Sydney.
The move signals the beginning of the next stage of MHIAA’s continued success. During a company address MHIAA managing director, Mr. Yuji Ito said the new space offers improved facilities which are more suited to the expanding company’s changing needs.
The most exciting feature of the new premises is the state-of-the-art showroom and training facility, known as Innovation Park, MHIAA Solution Centre. MHIAA collaborated with the Sydney-based design company, the Design Team to bring this space to life.
“Innovation is in our DNA and is central to both our organisation and the development of our solutions. It allows us to push boundaries and meet the needs of our customers,” Mr Ito said.
MHIAA worked with Powerhouse Group for the design and build of the new office space and Marshall Air for all air conditioning installations.
“With our new office, we also wanted to showcase our proud Japanese heritage and looked to Japanese and industrial influences. Japan represents innovation and a customer-centric approach and what better way to impress customers than by making use of some of their design principles and philosophies?” he added.
“We believe that our location in Regents Park will enable us to perform at an even higher capacity and provide our customers with the same standard of quality they have come to know and love from MHIAA.”
MHIAA’s head office relocation coincides with the company’s 20th anniversary celebration this year.