The NAB Project in a 1-minute infographic
The National Australia Bank was one of our great experiences in Australia, participating in the development of offices for one of the largest banks in the country. We worked with Woods Bagot in the Design Development and Construction Drawings. The project was completed in 2013 and we are very proud to see it standing in the docklands of Melbourne. See all the work involved and some facts about this amazing project.
The National Australia Bank is one of the Office projects that we are most proud of. We were part of this great project located on 700 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. And to see it completed and standing in downtown Melbourne make us feel gratified of all the work that was behind it.
The following infographic shows our work and some facts about this project:
The NAB project (top tier bank) was developed by CBUS. It is a 65,000 square meter (700,000 sq. ft. approx.) building organized by “workspace model”.
Our involvement took place during the Design Development and Construction Drawings phases. We developed the corresponding documentation for each stage using a BIM approach working with Australian architecture and design firm Woods Bagot.
MORE INFOGRAPHICS: See CorbisStudio's 2018 in numbers.
The site is a triangular shaped lot between two streets at the back of a stadium. On Burke Street, there is a pedestrian bridge connecting the Stadium with the Train Station that was part of the project site.