Building management offices are the most senior staff positions in the building.
But they’re also the ones with the biggest workloads.
For the past few years, senior managers have been responsible for managing the building’s complex network of offices and other functions.
This year, they’ll have a lot more of a say in what goes on there.
In September, the Central Office will be transformed into a ‘central office management centre’ (COMC).
“I want to make sure that this is a central office management space that we’re able to have all the staff that are here on a 24-hour basis,” CEO David Phelan said.
“We have people working on the weekends, on holidays, we have people who come in and out of the office every week.”
The new building will have offices for people in the business and finance departments, as well as senior managers and engineers, and will be open for business on Mondays and Tuesdays from 10am until 6pm.
The building’s new design also has a central plaza and a public plaza with views of the CBD.
“The new building is an open, modern, collaborative space, and I think that’s very important,” Mr Phelans said.
The plaza will be a great place for people to gather and hang out, while the public plaza will serve as a hub for all of the offices in the new building.
The new office will also have a meeting room, conference rooms, a kitchen, a dining room, and a conference area.
It will have an indoor pool, a rooftop terrace and two balconies.
The newly renovated building will be able to accommodate about 30,000 people.
“I’m really looking forward to working with the staff here and making sure they’re comfortable,” Mr Kastner said.
This is a significant change for the building and will help it better respond to the growing demand for office space in Melbourne.
It’ll also help the office market in Melbourne grow.
“In the past, we were always on the lookout for a new office space to move into,” Mr Gaffney said.
Building management is the top line manager for the Central Building.
“This is a big one,” he said.
But the CEO added the new office building’s office market has also seen growth in the past year.
“It’s the third year in a row that we’ve been able to get into the office space space market,” Mr Farr said.
It’s not just the building itself that has been upgraded.
It also has two other buildings under construction: a new building in the CBD called the Melbourne Hotel, and one in the Fitzroy CBD.
Mr Fargle said the new buildings were also designed to accommodate the growing number of people coming to the Central, Fitzroy and Fitzroy East offices.
“As we see more and more people coming into the Central and the Fitzyrill office space, it’s really important that we can make sure we’re making sure that the Central is a place where they can work, that we are a place that people can come and have a drink and a chat,” Mr Darrigan said.
“The Central will be the hub for that,” Mr Jaffe said.
For those who work in the Central office, it will be an ideal opportunity to network with staff and friends.
“Working in this building is going to be a bit of a social experience,” Mr Bock said.
A few staff will be on-site to help manage the office, and the Central’s new building also features a fitness centre, fitness room, an area for meeting groups and meeting spaces, and an indoor tennis court.
The Central is also one of the busiest buildings in the city, with staff coming in and going out on weekdays.
But it’s also a place for employees to make friends and get to know their colleagues.
The Central is home to many of Melbourne’s biggest companies, and is used by more than 100,000 employees every day.
The Fitzroy Building will also be converted into a new hotel, which will be part of a $2.5 billion transformation of the Fitzirill Building.
Building managers will be responsible for making sure the new hotel is comfortable for the employees in the existing building.
Building operations will also move from the Fitzy Building, which is used as the city’s headquarters, to the new Central building.
“Our staff will stay in the old Fitzy building to maintain a high standard of care and ensure we continue to deliver on our long-term vision of delivering the best possible value for taxpayers,” Mr Hynes said.