As companies evolve to meet the demands of the 21C workforce, the workplace is ever more important to drive innovation, productivity, efficiencies and employee engagement, impacting the nature of work.

Slattery works with leading companies to deliver optimised workspaces that redefine the workplace experience; enhance company brand and values and importantly, enable superior performance. We believe in developing innovative office spaces that offer improved workplace dynamics, and provide flexibility between work-station requirements and client management. We understand contemporary and sustainable workspaces, optimising value for our clients.


Maddocks Premises Melbourne

Slattery provided full quantity surveying services for the fitout of the Maddocks Melbourne office. The new fit-out was benchmarked against the Maddocks Sydney office on which Slattery also provided quantity surveying services. The 6,500sqm three level fit-out includes client space, meeting rooms, mixed offices and work spaces, library, breakout hub, ... more


Gadens, 447 Collins Street Melbourne

Slattery is providing full quantity surveying services for the fitout of Gadens new proposed workplace at 447 Collins Street. The workplace consists of 5,400 m² over 3 levels which are connected with an inter-tenancy stair. The premises will comprise client / front of house areas, staff amenities, back of house ... more


321 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

Base building upgrade for the Cromwell Group of 30,000sqm over 22 levels. The fitout comprised the refurbishment of office levels to a high level base building standard, new lower ground tenants shower and bicycle facilities and ground floor entry and reception with café. This project involved the refurbishment of the ... more


One One One Eagle Street

In Brisbane, Ernst and Young relocated to new premises at ‘One One One’ Eagle Street in mid 2012. This fitout comprised of the top five floors, levels 47 to 51, with 360 degree views of the city. Each of the floors are approximately 1,500sqm, with four typical workstation floors and ... more