Alcoa staff ready for Booragoon move

ALUMINIUM producer Alcoa of Australia is preparing to relocate some members of its Booragoon team, with a new purpose-built office in Pinjarra close to completion and a refurbishment of its existing offices currently under way. The new Pinjarra office, which will have a four-star Australian Building Greenhouse Rating, will be owned by building company Pindan. Alcoa has taken out a 20-year lease on the building, which will provide 1,800 square metres of office space and is due to open in March 2008. The office will accommodate 100 staff, with 60 members of Alcoa’s administration team – including its human resources and finance divisions – due to be transferred from Booragoon. Alcoa, which is headquartered in Booragoon, had originally intended to move into the CBD but failed to find a suitable site. The company is halfway through a refurbishment of its Booragoon premises, which will be completed in early 2008. The refurbishment was intended to upgrade the 30-year-old facilities and provide capacity for a sub-tenant. Welshpool-based company VDM Engineering has signed on as the sub-tenant and will move into the Booragoon premises at the end of the year.

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