Gartner Rose is delighted to announce the successful completion of Herb
Elliott for Sydney Water Corporation.
This design and construct project involved the conversion of a former data
centre to state of the art office facilities to house the Sydney Water
Emergency Response Control Centre.
Existing tenants remained in certain areas of the building during
construction, making the project significantly more difficult.
This was the second Sydney Water project undertaken by Garner Rose in
recent times, and followed the success of the award winning restoration of
the national trust listed West Ryde Boilerhouse.
The importance of this project was such that it was been handled
personally by Gartner Rose Managing Director, Michael Rose, in the role of
He was ably assisted by one of Gartner Rose's most experienced Site
Foreman, Darren Bekavac, who specialises in fitout work.
Gartner Rose appointed How Tan of HBO + EMBT Architects as the lead
architect for the project. His innovative thinking and design resulted in
significant cost savings for the client and a number of major improvements
to the amenity and look of the building.
The Gartner Rose team has worked closely with the Sydney Water project
team of Mick Massey and Gisela La Point to deliver these major changes to
the building in very difficult circumstances in an extremely short project
The project value was circa $6 million and completed on programme.
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