Goodman General Manager – NSW Industrial Development Brendon Quinn with BESIX Watpac NSW General Manager Peter Furlong and Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council Chief Executive Officer Nathan Moran Construction at the official start of works for Axis Alexandria.
Industrial property specialists, Goodman, has chosen BESIX Watpac to deliver a new multi-unit warehouse development in Alexandria, south Sydney.
Axis Alexandria is an industrial warehouse and office pod facility consisting of nine units over two levels on a prime 16,000 square metre site in Alexandria.
BESIX Watpac CEO Mark Baker said it was exciting to be working with Goodman to deliver next generation industrial facilities.
“Axis Alexandria represents the future of combined warehouse and office pod developments and we’re proud to be delivering it for such a great Australian company,” Baker said.
BESIX Watpac New South Wales General Manager Peter Furlong said modern industrial facilities are a strategic focus for the company.
“Industrial warehouses of the 21st century are increasingly innovative, multi-level facilities, requiring significant design engineering and the incorporation of advanced technologies. This is an environment where BESIX Watpac’s engineering-led approach can add significant value,” Furlong said.
Goodman Group CEO Australia Jason Little said, “Axis Alexandria is a great example of Goodman’s approach to an urban infill and multi-storey development.”
“As land close to consumers becomes more scarce, this type of development is a sustainable solution to meet the growing demands of e-commerce. With this location, our customers can achieve faster speed to market and lower transport-related emissions.”
Designed in collaboration with renowned architects FJMT, the building includes and abundance of natural light and flexible space
Sustainability is a key objective with the development targeting a 5 Star Green Star rating, including features such as electric vehicle charging, roof-top solar, smart irrigation and superior ventilation featured in the design.
Construction has already commenced, with completion expected in early 2023.