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Citrix Systems

Citrix Systems is a world leader in developing technology that provides people with access to their software applications and data anywhere they might be. With Citrix fast-growing in the Asia Pacific, the company needed to expand their footprint and move the Australian headquarters into a newer, vibrant workspace that would align with the Citrix global corporate standards. SHAPE was engaged to complete the extensive three floor fitout that included forward-looking development labs and a suite of offices. The key focus for this fitout was the Executive Briefing Centre (EBC) that displays all Citrix’s software and technology in the state-of-the-art environment.

Testimonial

“The team at SHAPE were nothing short of fantastic. The SHAPE team were the consummate professionals, efficient, detailed, collaborative and above all results orientated. They successfully delivered a large complex project with extensive IT and communication environments and the heavy integration of multi-disciplined services. Due to the critical nature of these installations the management of the testing and commissioning phase had to be seamless, thorough with zero tolerance for error – which it was. The team were also extremely helpful, responsive and accommodating to the varied requests we asked of them and completed all stages of the project on time and in perfect quality. In summary I had an excellent experience and would highly recommend SHAPE for any large scale, complex project”.

Mark Pettitt

Manager, Real Estate & Facilities ANZ

Client: Citrix Systems Asia Pacific

Floor Area: 4,800 m²

Delivery Model: Construction Management

Location: Sydney

State: NSW

Project type: Fitout, $5 Million+

Completion date: December 2014

Duration: 3 months

Architect: Hassell

Engineers: Savills Project Management

Sector: Office

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