Less than a year on from its completion, Graystone have been awarded a Queensland Master Builders Award ($5M-$50M category) for the Puma Energy Australian headquarters located in their BTP Northshore Hamilton precinct.
The coveted industry accolade is further testament to the successful partnership between Puma Energy and Graystone which saw the on-time and on-budget delivery of the $30M headquarters in November 2016.
Designed to mirror Puma’s headquarters in Geneva, the four-level building boasts an entire floor of meeting and boardroom facilities with commercial kitchen, double-glazed windows, 3-metre-high ceilings on the executive floor, a paint-free façade, custom-designed light fixtures and public café on the ground floor adjacent to a staff café and training facility.
Commenting on the recent win, Graystone Director of Developments Kirsty Heymink says;
“We are thrilled to have received the award for our partnership with Puma Energy, and to have had the opportunity to work with their team both here and in Geneva to bring their vision to life. The building is very much reflective of collaborative workplace design principles, which was a key focus in looking to create a space that will continue to grow and evolve with their business and workforce.”
“The building rests on a site that was formerly used for vehicle storage, but is now a thriving mixed-use development precinct that is home to a dynamic mix of local and international businesses.”
Graystone and Alceon are appointed as joint development managers of BTP Northshore Hamilton as a result of their strong track record designing and delivering technology precincts across South-East Queensland. BTP Northshore Hamilton is located within Queensland’s largest waterfront urban renewal project, which on completion will cover 304ha, be home to 15,000 and a workplace for over 10,000. BTP Northshore Hamilton is Queensland’s largest waterfront urban renewal project, which on completion will cover 304ha, be home to 15,000 and a workplace for over 10,000.
Puma Energy first established an Australian presence in 2013, and has quickly become one of Australia’s fastest-growing integrated oil companies with interests in sourcing, supply and distribution.
As the country’s largest independent fuel retailer, Puma Energy joined Fujitsu, Sandhills and CommScope in BTP Northshore Hamilton which is emerging as one of the fastest-growing business and technology park’s in the country.