The construction industry in Australia is currently enjoying a period of strong growth and CoxGomyl has, as ever, been playing a pivotal role at the centre of this. As a leading supplier of building maintenance units, CoxGomyl helps ensure that this generation of exciting new buildings remain in pristine condition for many years to come.
In Brisbane, 80 Ann St is being celebrated as one of the greenest developments the city has ever seen. Scheduled for completion in the later part of 2021, the 32-storey office tower has been conceived as working space for a ‘New Queensland’, with sustainability and wellbeing as constant guiding principles. CoxGomyl has worked closely with the developers to deliver a single BMU capable of comprehensive facade coverage and maintenance work. A telescopic jib and a lifting platform will provide all of the required functionality for facade cleaning and glass panel replacement, including the key building features of three-story atriums, interconnected floors and ‘breathable’ garden spaces at various levels.
Sydney’s iconic harbour will see the addition of a new landmark building during 2022 in the shape of Circular Quay Tower. The twin-tower development will be the headquarters of cloud computing and CRM specialists Salesforce and will be an arresting addition to the famous city skyline at 263 metres in height. Two 5000 Series building maintenance units from CoxGomyl, in addition to a bespoke hoist for plant replacement in green areas, will deliver a comprehensive building access solution.
Meanwhile, in Melbourne, the CoxGomyl team has been a vital element in two exciting new developments. The city’s glamourous Southbank precinct will see the addition of the Australia 108 Building, a new 317metre tall residential tower with over 1100 apartments spread over 100 floors. Maintenance of this super-tall skyscraper will be delivered by a single BMU sited in a fixed position with a telescopic jib providing an impressive outreach of 34 metres. In the Melbourne CBD, a CoxGomyl building maintenance system will be responsible for the upkeep of 311 Spencer Street, a 39-storey grade A office building which will be the new home of the Victoria Police Centre. The longevity of the outward appearance of this key government building is assured by a CoxGomyl BMU with a custom designed telescoping glass replacement feature.
CoxGomyl’s involvement in a range of construction projects across Australia is testament to a strong reputation for exceptional performance and reliability across all types of building maintenance units. Get in touch to discuss how CoxGomyl’s extensive product range can be deployed to meet a wide array of building access needs.Back to News