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Australia Square celebrates 50 years

Australia Square celebrates 50 years
"Australia Square this week celebrated its 50th anniversary at an event attended by the building’s owners GPT and Dexus, the Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore, architect Penelope Seidler and many of the people who worked on the development of the building during the 1960s.

“The building which remains one of the most recognisable pieces of architecture in Sydney, was revolutionary in a number of ways when it first opened in 1967,” said GPT Group’s Chief Executive Bob Johnston. 
“As Sydney’s tallest office building and the world’s tallest lightweight concrete building at the time it was constructed, Australia Square broke new ground for its design, construction, engineering and its public art.
”Australia Square, which is 100 per cent occupied, while maintaining its original Harry Seidler design has undergone numerous upgrades to its building systems and amenities in recent years to ensure it remains one of Sydney’s leading office buildings." 

Source: GPT Website
3S Lighting is proud to be involved in supplying its LED luminaires for those upgrades projects.
When you are around Australia Square next time check out the LED DLs in amenities and around the newly renovated Food Court.

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