The NTT (formerly Dimension Data) Head office had been in a heritage building in the Rocks for over 19 years when Pete Murray, Regional Director realised it was time to embark on a journey to change their culture and to become more collaborative, supported by state of the art technology with a focus on ‘mobility and cloud’ first. Concurrently NTT decided to relocate their 6,000 sqm to Darling Park. The new tenancy boasts over 4 floors, a large central atrium with stairs and dedicated lifts. Amicus were engaged to deliver an end to end workplace strategy and fitout solution with partners Aston & PTID
The new facility is fully agile with multiple seating and workplace options that facilitate collaboration. Equally critical to the cultural impact of physical design are the supporting IT technologies.
We’re delighted with the way the new space unlocks greater agility for the team and access to a whole new way of working collaboratively, supported by state-of-the-art technology systems - James Kemp, CEO - Amicus.
The new space welcomes employees and visitors with an executive reception area and partner floor complete with large social kitchen and multiple meeting and training room styles. There is one large kitchen and balcony area for staff to share during meal and celebrations, revolutionising the connection and collaboration between business units.
Our partnership ensured a successful move and welcome of the 400+ employees to their new workspace on 5 May 2018. Employees have fully embraced their new workstyle and there has been a halt to all talent and IP attrition. Amicus will continue to support the NTT Team for the life cycle of this fitout, and for life!
Agile workplaces are more than just a buzz word – they need to function properly to maintain and even boost productivity. Equally critical to the cultural impact of the physical design and the ability for staff to be mobile is sophistication of the supporting IT technology - James Kemp, CEO - Amicus.