Barrack Place includes 22,000sq.m of A-Grade office space and retail over 18 levels. The project has been awarded Australia’s first ever WELL Core & Shell Gold Precertification by the International WELL Building Institute. To achieve this rating, Barrack Place adheres to strict decibel restrictions and features an energy-saving, ‘Organic Response’ lighting system. Floor-to-ceiling glass façade panels provide ample natural light and an impressive view, which reveals a distinct corridor linking the project to Sydney’s iconic Martin Place.
The building itself is a combination of old and new, with modern glass towers emerging from a typically older-style red brick podium. The intent for Barrack Place was to retain the industrial feel of its surrounds and create cohesion with neighbouring buildings. Barrack Place acts as a thoroughfare between Clarence and Kent Streets and epitomises Sydney’s growing laneway culture. The ground floor includes up-market retailers and healthy food and beverage outlets. The building also features a central void which links the studio levels and floods internal spaces with natural light.
TSA was engaged to provide project management for the demolition and construction of the new 36,000m2 commercial building including ground level retail, car park and pedestrian links between Clarence and Kent Streets. We were responsible for project management of design, approval and construction phases of the redevelopment. This included Stage 2 DA approvals, procurement of construction contractors, provision of superintendence during construction, stakeholder management and tenancy co-ordination activities, management of all design consultants, administration of all consultant agreements, development of tender documents and management of construction tenders, construction phase project management, management of the development and construction programs including integrated fit out and chairmanship of PCG.