07 Nov 2022
Taking up residence in a custom-designed fitout this week, the company has made Subiaco a home base for more than 100 of its Perth-based staff.
Construction of the light-filled fitout designed by Hudson Creative was managed by Dradgin.
Dradgin Investment Manager Lynn Liang said 500 Hay Street will offer RPS an outstanding workplace − today and into the future − with its exceptional sustainability credentials and plenty of room to grow with 19,000m2 of office space within the precinct.
“It has been a delight working with RPS to deliver their workplace vision, and we are excited to welcome RPS to the building,” she said.
RPS’ General Manager for Project Management in Western Australia, David Humphry, said the relocation to 500 Hay was a great move for the business and its employees.
“Perth was the first Australian city that RPS invested in back in 2004 and we’ve been supporting clients all over WA to achieve their development and investment goals ever since,” he said.
“From the redevelopment of HMAS Stirling to upgrades at Curtin Uni and the waterfront redevelopment of Elizabeth Quay, RPS is passionate about contributing to the projects that take our city and state to the next level,” he said.
“There’s a new chapter being written in Subiaco right now and it’s one that ties in perfectly with our own story of continued growth and investment in WA.
“500 Hay Street is an A-Class development in an area of the city that offers great amenity for our people. We’re excited to become part of the community here in Subiaco.”
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