Medtronic’s new offices profiled in Boiling Point Issue 09
November 24th, 2007
Medtronic – an organisation that specialises in medical technology – have complemented their high tech fit-out with a high-tech HydroTap by Zip Industries.
The project is designed by Futurespace and project managed by FDC Construction and Fitout and includes facilities such as specialised theatres for training, as well as displays, laboratories, a bio-hazard facility, medical stores, seminar rooms and computer rooms.
A profile on FDC, highlighting the Medtronic interior, is the cover story in the new issue of Boiling Point magazine Issue 09. Issue 09 also includes features on Group GSA’s new offices in Sydney and a house by Hillam Architects in Subi-Centro, Perth.
It also includes international Zip Industries news, including information on new projects in London, South Africa and the Middle East.
Your copy of Boiling Point 09 is inserted into the November issue of Indesign magazine, Issue 31. A pdf version is also available to download here (756kb).
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Image caption: Boiling Point Issue 09 cover includes an image of Medtronic
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