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A New Home for InterfaceFLOR

The Australian operations of InterfaceFLOR – the world’s largest manufacturer of modular commercial flooring – have a new home. InterfaceFLOR employees today move into newly refurbished headquarters in Sydney’s historic Railway Institute Building, 101 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, NSW. “InterfaceFLOR chose the Railway Institute Building because it provides a highly-stylised office space, brimming with history […]



BY jesse

May 5th, 2008


The Australian operations of InterfaceFLOR – the world’s largest manufacturer of modular commercial flooring – have a new home.

InterfaceFLOR employees today move into newly refurbished headquarters in Sydney’s historic Railway Institute Building, 101 Chalmers Street, Surry Hills, NSW.

“InterfaceFLOR chose the Railway Institute Building because it provides a highly-stylised office space, brimming with history and character,” InterfaceFLOR’s Australian General Manager Clinton Squires said.

As part of InterfaceFLOR’s Mission Zero – a pledge to leave zero environmental footprint by the year 2020 – the company has worked extensively with the developer and architect to ensure its new headquarters are environmentally sustainable.

“Every decision regarding this refurbishment and interior fit-out has been made with a focus on sustainability,” Mr Squires said. 

http://www.interfaceflor.com.au/
 


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