Vaughan Constructions, in partnership with our valued client, Charter Hall, has completed a 35,000m², purpose-built warehouse facility for a global leader in packaging and resource recovery at our Biodiversity Business Park in Epping.
The new building includes 34,000m² of warehousing, three offices totalling 1,000m², hardstand of 14,500m² and 5,100m² of canopy area.
Utilising the latest in concreting equipment, an exceptionally flat floor was achieved facilitating optimum performance of automated guided vehicles, which ultimately improves the operational efficiency of the building.
Vaughan Director Mark Byrne said the new facility was another example of Vaughan and Charter Hall’s partnership achieving benchmark results in the sector.
"Our team at Vaughan has partnered with Charter Hall on a number of projects across Victoria and New South Wales, with each facility setting an exceptionally high standard for industrial development.
"It is a pleasure to work with a partner with expectations of the same level of quality that has underpinned Vaughan’s success in numerous projects across Australia."
"At this time of increasing demand for state-of-the-art warehousing and the growing demand from tenants for sophisticated, super-efficient, facilities, it is a pleasure to work with a partner that shares our vision of being at the forefront in the development of high performing assets."
"We are also more than happy and indeed honoured that Charter Hall chose to locate the new facility at our well-connected Biodiversity Business Park,” Mr Byrne said.
The Vaughan Constructions/Charter Hall partnership has now delivered five industrial and logistics facilities across NSW and Victoria, totalling 122,500m², with another two in progress.