Projects in Brisbane and Sydney showcase the industrial materials as reference to Thiess’ core business and construction sites.
In Brisbane, Geyer created an environment that is friendly, open, light and modern with the rawness of the engineering profession. Worksettings using a ‘kit of parts’ were developed that allowed for cost effective personalisation of worksettings according to tasks undertaken. An interconnecting stair links three levels, promoting communication and collaboration between business units. The feature stair wall was created with a stacked pattern of 75mm length pipes made out of varying materials, showcasing Thiess’ industrial heritage and a hub space was incorporated on the middle floor to increase interdepartmental communication. The concept projected an energetic, forward thinking organisation that leads the way and is ahead of its competition and expressed the Thiess brand attributes of being honest, flexible, adaptable, practical, hard wearing and a Queensland icon.
In Sydney, Geyer created a new executive floor for the Australian Operations business unit of Thiess that enabled both concentrated work via a large quantity of cellular offices, with collaborative opportunities in the form of project rooms and a large central break out.