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Brookfield Rail has signed an eight-year lease for 2300sqm on the top floor of Perth Airport’s A-grade Bravo building.
The deal, which includes an option to extend, was flagged by WestBusiness almost six months ago and has given Brookfield Rail an opportunity to redesign its work space.
Brookfield Rail general manager safety, people and corporate affairs Megan McCracken said the company was working with Create.ID to create a flexible workspace fostering interaction, collaboration and connectivity between the 150 employees who will move in.
“Our teams are based in regional towns across the South West ... so the location is perfect for our business, with easy access to main transport arteries and the airport,” Mrs McCracken said.
An artist’s impressions of the reception area.Brookfield Rail, which has been occupying 3200sqm at 2-10 Adams Drive, Welshpool, for more than a decade, had also contemplated moving into one of the WorkZone buildings on the fringe of the CBD.
However, the location, the extra parking on offer, the big floor plates and natural light, allowed Bravo, located in the HKew Office Park at the entrance to Perth Airport’s domestic terminal, to secure Brookfield Rail.
The building has a 4.5 NABERS and four-star Green Star rating and has end-of-trip facilities, with showers, change rooms and bicycle storage.
Brookfield Rail plans to have a completely open plan workspace with meeting spaces, employee breakout areas, customer meeting and quiet zones, to allow employees a range of working options depending on their work. The company plans to move into the building in April. Its Welshpool lease expires in March.
The Perth Airport HKew Office Park, which includes Alpha Building and Echo 2, is about 17km from the CBD. The four-level Bravo, at 1 George Wiencke Drive, on the corner of Brearley Avenue, has floor plates of just over 2300sqm.
An artist’s impression of the staff breakout area/meeting hub.
This article first appeared on thewest.com.au
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