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At Amicus, it’s not always about the cheapest solution, but one which brings the most value, and will stand the test of time as your business evolves.
Our workplace strategists, designers, construction project managers and client service specialists are experts in marrying your work environment, and the experiences it delivers, with your vision.
Our clients choose us because we know how to create the best physical, technological and social environments to achieve your business, cultural and financial objectives. We know that when people feel inspired by their work environment and the experiences they have there, they’ll want to inspire others.
Our mission is to positively inspire as many workers globally as possible. That's because when people feel inspired by their work environment and the experiences they have there, they’ll want to inspire others. We know this objective doesn't end with the completion of the build. The process of re-forming your organisation requires long term commitment and the support of a trusted friend.
Amicus was formed by friends James Kemp and Andrew Holder 12 years ago. The company formerly traded
Amicus' service offering includes workplace strategy, design, construction and furniture. Our journey over the last 12 years has led us to be the leading dedicated commercial
In 2017, Amicus co-founded The United Workplace, a global network of like-minded businesses, sharing a passion for the workplace.
Our clients are investing in their
The workplace environment, and the experiences it delivers
Get this balance right, and you will not only inspire your employees to transform the entire organisation, they’ll also transform the experience your visitors have to the business.
The men of Amicus annually participate in Movember, an annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide.
The ‘Love for Lachie’ fundraising group was established in memory of Lachie Muldoon who passed away in 2015 from an aggressive form of brain cancer. Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under the age of 40 than any other cancer.
We have been volunteering our time to feed the homeless and less fortunate at the Loaves and Fishes restaurant run by Rev. Bill Crews’ Exodus Foundation for 3 years. We help to prepare and serve food, as well as deliver the food and toiletries collection that we have running in the office.