29/06/2016 - 13:20

Justice tower officially opens

29/06/2016 - 13:20

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Mirvac Group and Singapore’s Keppel REIT’s $103 million new office tower at Cathedral Square has officially opened, with the Supreme Court to take up residence next month.

David Malcolm Justice Centre view from Perth Library. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Mirvac Group and Singapore’s Keppel REIT’s $103 million new office tower at Cathedral Square has officially opened, with the Supreme Court to take up residence next month.

The 33-storey David Malcolm Justice Centre will accommodate the Supreme Court’s civil functions and judicial chambers from mid-July, while the departments of treasury and the attorney general are already moving in.

Attorney General Michael Mischin said the tower was located in the heart of the city’s justice precinct near the original Supreme Court and the State Administrative Tribunal, and highlighted the government’s unprecedented renewal of justice facilities across the state.

“This magnificent tower building and the overall Cathedral Square rejuvenation has already provided a major economic boost, with more than 1,500 people employed on the project,” Mr Mischin said.

“The $127 million fit-out for the justice tower and State Administrative Tribunal is the largest undertaken in a single state government project.

“The facility is a fitting honour to the memory of a great Western Australian in David Malcolm, and will provide contemporary justice services to the community for decades to come.”

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