Congratulations to BHP Workplace in Adelaide, South Australia who is in the running for the Award for Best Workplace Project at the 2023 Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards.
The brief for BHP Adelaide was crystal clear: create a bold, welcoming and connected new home for a proud and professional organisation. Spread over eight storeys at Charter Hall’s 20-storey tower at 10 Franklin Street, BHP Adelaide echoes the distinctive landscapes of the company’s mining sites. The earth-red colour scheme and natural materials pay homage to BHP’s heritage. With light, airy spaces and a range of work settings, it is a place that encourages people to breathe and do their best work.
Designed by Woods Bagot and delivered by Built, BHP Adelaide has garnered accolades and admiration around the world. In 2020, it was named the world’s best workplace by the Leesman Index, which benchmarks workplace experience and enjoyment. In 2023, BHP Adelaide took home the Property Council of Australia’s prestigious State Development of the Year Award.
Rider Levett Bucknall managing Director John Drillis said BHP Adelaide combines spectacular amenity, state-of-the-art technology and inspiring aesthetics.
A commitment to collaboration and creative thinking supported the delivery of an exceptional, future-fit workplace that will help BHP attract and retain top talent, innovate and unearth new value.
In collaboration with RLB since 1982, the prestigious awards have promoted excellence in design and innovation in the built environment. From 157 eligible finalists, the winners were selected by a high calibre judging panel made up of 14 property specialists and chaired by Adrian Harrington.
Winners will be announced at the 2023 Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards, to be held at the ICC Sydney TONIGHT!