Image: Overall Photography
We are hugely proud of our our work on this large and influential development, fronting Darling Harbour, Sydney. All our divisions worked on the project; Air, Electrical, Security and Technology, who won awards for the high-tech multi floor fitouts of Westpac in Tower 2, and Lendlease in Tower 3. Perhaps most impressive to look at, though rarely seen by the public, is the District Central Plant which provides air services for the entire precinct, and is a critical aspect to the many environmental plaudits the development has garnered.
Image: DMW Photography
Fredon Queensland have been involved in the ramp up of sporting facilities on the Gold Coast, delivering Electrical, Communications, Dry Fire, Security and Technology services to projects such as the Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre, including Metricon Stadium, the National Velodrome and others. It is a prime opportunity to showcase literally world class standards as we do our part to enable trouble-free broadcasting, security and hosting of events attracting large numbers of international visitors.
Fredon’s Technology division recently completed fitouts of PWC offices in Melbourne and Sydney. The free flow and easy availability of audio visual services, from anywhere to anywhere, frees up the workforce in modern offices. It goes hand in hand with evolving attitudes to the value of collaborative work practises, using breakout spaces, formal and informal settings …enabled in the background by huge failsafe and future-proof computational power.
We undertook work on SICEEP (Sydney International Convention, Exhibition and Entertainment Precinct) in a joint venture with Stowe Australia. The vast $1.5B project has won numerous awards including Australian Infrastructure Project of the Year and created a space that provides a local focus and international profile worthy of a great city. We contributed electrical, communications and technology services to 4 zones comprising the convention, exhibition, entertainment facilities and a large public realm a over 22 hectare site.