Worldline is a global leader in secure payments and trusted transactions. Scope Projects were delighted to be engaged for the design and construct of their new Sydney office following a competitive tender process. The selected space was already dear to our hearts already having been one of the first of fifteen speculative suites delivered for landlord Far East Organization within 570 George Street.
Worldline Country Manager was drawn to the aesthetic of the space, the inbuilt flexibility planned into the functional layout, the large social space with a sunset outlook to Darling Harbour in the west and a treelined view down George Street across to the QVB. The new brief tailored the space into an agile environment with a seating capacity increase to accommodate 70 people at any one time, with options to host 80 at short term workpoints.
A Townhall space has been created with operable walls between 3 meeting rooms to host large whole office gatherings each month. The AV throughout has been highly specified by the Worldline Tech team to ensure all conference facilities perform at their best, minimising frustration by the user. The social space had a large island bench added to cater to the volume of users with plenty of food heating and prep area.
“The end to end service offered was delivered as specified. With the issues arising from the project (4 in total) these were treated with the upmost urgency and a level of care for the project timeline and budget restraint, not as a profit making exercise. The Scope team was always understanding and ready to find solutions for benefit of our company.”
Gerard Selvon | Regional Manager Australia & New Zealand, Worldline
Designer: Strutt Studios
Consultant: Aston Consulting