AMC is marking NAIDOC Week by acknowledging key projects and industry partners with indigenous connections as an opportunity to recognise the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The incorporation of Yarning Circles into workplaces is an important cultural connection with Australia’s indigenous heritage, providing an opportunity for informal collaboration, reflection and storytelling in a dedicated, relaxed space. AMC and Quay Building Group’s fitout of the Department of Education’s Yarning Room in Canberra showcases Aboriginal artwork, artefacts and upholstery fabric design and was recently a Finalist in the 2020 MBA ACT Awards. We also wish to acknowledge our construction industry partners with indigenous connections who play a vital role in the delivery of our projects.
4 of AMC’s recent fitout and refurbishment projects have recently been announced as Finalists in the Master Builders ACT Building Excellence Awards 2019! We are always proud to partner with respected local building contractors such as Cockram Construction Australia Pty Ltd (Denman Village), Projex (CSIRO Data 61 Fitout), Monarch Building Solutions (38 Sydney Avenue Refurbishment) and Living Design Projects (Green Square Centre Refurbishment) in the delivery of high quality and innovative projects in our Nation’s Capital. Good luck to all finalists, winners will be announced on June 28!
AMC was pleased to again work with Visit Canberra to deliver their new information booth within Canberra International Airport. Building upon the success of the Canberra & Region Visitors Centre at Regatta Point, opened in 2016, AMC was engaged to design the new booth which provides visitors with convenient access to information about what to see and do in Canberra via self-service touchscreen portals, brochures or with a friendly Visit Canberra staff member. The booth is located in the Arrivals area and operates 24 hours a day. More info can be found here.
AMC’s recent fitout for the Australian Cyber Security Centre at Brindabella Business Park was officially opened by PM Malcolm Turnbull last week. The ACSC’s new headquarters fosters collaboration between agencies and a stronger engagement with business and academia to share information and counter cyber security threats. A great result for all involved! For more details about this project, click here.
Congratulations to our interior design team and Projex Building Group with their recent success at the MBA Building Excellence Awards 2018! The teams took out two awards for “Commercial Fitout, Refurbishment or Alteration” – Less than $1m (Microsoft Fitout Extension, Barton) and $1-$5m (Vikings Club Erindale Refurbishment, Wanniassa). The CDPP Fitout, Canberra (Built) and the ACSC Fitout, Brindabella Business Park (Construction Control) were finalists in their categories. An exceptional result for all involved!
No less than 4 of AMC’s recent fitout and refurbishment projects have recently been announced as finalists in the MBA ACT Building Excellence Awards 2018! We are always proud to partner with respected local building contractors such as Projex (Vikings Erindale Refurbishment, Microsoft Fitout), Built (CDPP Canberra) and Construction Control (ACSC Fitout) in the delivery of high quality and innovative projects in our Nation’s Capital. Winners will be announced on June 29!
Chief Minister Andrew Barr and Federal Minister for Local Government and Territories Fiona Nash officially opened the new Canberra Visitor Centre at Regatta Point on Friday. AMC incorporated a mix of traditional and digital information delivery into the design of the new centre to provide a fresh and memorable experience for visitors and locals alike. Read more about this project here.