Raising the benchmark

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With its high-tech services and innovative environmental design, Brindabella Business Park heralds the workplace of the future
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Diversification is transforming many airports today, as the benefits of providing adjacent business premises are increasingly recognised. Brindabella Business Park at Canberra International Airport is a prime example.

Developed by Capital Airport Group, this project reflects the new role undertaken by airport companies in recent years, says managing director Stephen Byron.

"Airports are now key economic centres for regions, and businesses are congregating around airports, rather than shipping ports, which were the traditional transport hubs," he says.


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Brindabella Business Park, which began with a single commercial building, has grown to include eight completed office complexes in a campus-style business environment. The two most recent projects, featured on these pages, are 14 & 16 and 18 & 20 Brindabella Circuit. Two further buildings under construction are due for completion within weeks another two buildings will be ready for occupation next year.

Byron says the development was designed to attract tenants from the aerospace, defence and technology industries, mixing both private and government organisations. Key tenants include organisations such as Raytheon Australia, Accenture, the Department of Defence and NEC.

"Right from the start, an important aspect of the development was the need for world-class buildings that would set new standards in design and environmental sustainability," he says.

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"We also recognise that in light of the current shortage of skilled workers, companies need to provide quality working environments that help attract and retain key staff."

For more information, contact Capital Airport Group by visiting the company's website at www.canberraairport.com.au.

Apr 01, 2005
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