Worldpark 01 is Coffey International’s first consolidated headquarters in South Australia.
February 7th, 2011
Coffey International have partnered with Woodhead to deliver the organisation’s first truly consolidated headquarters in South Australia.
The project, known as Worldpark 01, brings the Coffey Group from a number of disparate locations across Adelaide into one workplace environment delivering the many benefits of increased knowledge sharing and improved efficiencies.
Coffey’s recently completed new workplace within the precinct provides an open, naturally lit environment featuring chilled beam air conditioning, external views for all staff and a diversity of locales to meet and work.
As part of the co-location project, purpose built laboratory spaces and soil testing facilities are provided on-site, ensuring staff from all groups within Coffey have been catered for.
Project Name: Coffey International Workplace Adelaide
Project Team: Woodhead
Type of Development: Commercial + Interiors
Completion date: Jan 2011
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