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New Sydney Workshop: https://vimeo.com/122936541
What people are saying about our Sydney workshop https://vimeo.com/133096607
What the space has enabled - Office art competition: https://vimeo.com/135004493
New Activity Based Workspace - not the focus of this submission, but an extended part of the refresh project: https://vimeo.com/120652030
New build or refurbishment: Renovation project
Budget: $1.21 million on the Workshop refresh
Project completed: 09/03/2015
Arup Library is a multi-disciplinary engineering and design consultancy, with more than 13,000 staff globally. Arup has a long history, currently in its 70th year, and was founded by Danish Engineer and Philosopher Ove Arup. Arup came to Australia in the 1960s to work on the Sydney Opera House and continues to push boundaries in the built environment, thriving on projects that help shape a better world through its unique ownership structure and culture. Of the 1,700 staff in Australasia, 560 work in the Sydney office. This is the community that the Library serves.
Arup Library (Australasia), is part of Arup University, an internal university, whose aim is to promote and achieve technical excellence through the development of its staff. The Library team comprises of 6 highly skilled librarians, capable of carrying out in-depth research that supports the business with winning work, complete project work and help keeps the region up-to-date with clients, technology, industry and more. The team are an integrated part of the regional business and provide a diverse function that is highly valued. There are numerous physical collections within the region and the Sydney Library, including the Arup University space, is the focus of this submission.
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