MACQUARIE PLACE OFFICE BUILDING

7-15 Macquarie Pl (levels 8-9), SYDNEY, New South Wales, Australia. 2000

Estimated Value $840,000

Development Office - refurbishment

Main Category Commercial premises

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Demolition and removal of existing terrace paving and finishes and handrails. Refurbishment to the outdoor terraces on levels 8 & 9 of the existing commercial building to be used in association with the commercial offices within the building. Works include new terrace paving & overhead canopy, repaint existing cement render wall, replacement of balustrades, flooring and doors, upgrade to existing ramp to upper terrace level & fitout of services and furnishings. Frameless glass balustrade, stainless steel post, aluminium framed bi-fold door, glazed canopy awning, steel frame.

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Type OFFICE - refurbishment
Dev Type Renovation
Status Commenced
Stage CONSTRUCTION
Ownership 1
No. Units 0.000
No. Floors 0.000
Commencement Date 02/10/17
Completion Date 29/06/18
First Reported Date 21/06/17

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Bldg Certifier/Bldg Surveyor
Luke Denny
Architect
Craig Saltmarsh
Town Planner
Thomas Cook
Developer
Project Manager
Sam Walker
Structural Engineer
Chris Carroll

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