Georgiou Group has won the coveted contract to build Primewest’s $31 million Joondalup Office Tower.
Georgiou Group says winning the sought after contract to build Primewest’s $31 million multi-level Joondalup Office Tower will allow it to provide a significant number of local jobs. The new eight-storey, A-grade office development office complex will be built in Joondalup, approximately 26 kilometres north of Perth's central business district.
The national construction, building and engineering firm’s chief executive John Georgiou, said the company's focus on innovative materials and methods to “provide significant cost savings for our client” helped Georgiou win the tender.
The Joondalup Office Tower will be tenanted by three government departments including, the Water and Environment Regulation and the Office of the Environmental Protection Authority, as part of the Western Australian Government’s decentralisation, activity centre push.
The Western Australian Government has signed a 15-year lease for the 9600sqm building at 8 Davidson Avenue. It is estimated to be the biggest WA Government leasing deal since 2010 when it signed for 13,000sqm in the Herdsman Business Park.
The Joondalup Office Tower has been designed to achieve a five-star Green Star as built NABERs rating. Primewest director David Schwartz said Prime House, to form part of Primewest’s $2 billion national property portfolio, would be a landmark and set a new benchmark for quality and sustainability in the area.
Construction is set to break ground shortly with the office scheduled to open early 2018.
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