The Borough Zone 1901 is a new unique and well-designed industrial development located in Matraville, the gateway to Botany Road’s Business Hub.
Situated on a 3.4-hectare site, the $100 million development has been designed to cater for the significant overflow of creative IT, media and retail start-ups looking to relocate from the city to its close surrounds.
The two-level business estate includes a range of 53 modern and functional warehouse spaces varying in size from 48 – 454 sqm.
The development will comprise of 7 industrial warehouse units on the first floor with secure mezzanine offices, alongside 27 ground–level mini warehouse units catering for both workspace and storage needs. There will also be 16 work pods available, providing convenient workspaces for tradespeople.
The Borough Zone 1901 is ideally located on Botany Road, offering occupants convenient access to Port Botany Container Terminal, Sydney Airport, the Eastern Suburbs and the Sydney CBD.
Barker Ryan Stewart was engaged by SpireCorp to act as the TfNSW Project Verifier for the intersection upgrade providing access to the development, as well as to provide certification services for the internal subdivision.
We were involved in the project early on the design stages, providing resourcing to review and approve the detailed design documents and the contractors Management Plans and QA docs as required under the Works Authorization Deed agreement between TfNSW and the developer.
We then conducted regular compliance inspections and to ensure the works were completed in accordance with the approved design and TfNSW Specifications.
The full scope of services form part of the TfNSW Major WAD agreement and includes:
- Design Documents Certificate
- Project Plan Certificate
- Verification and Monitoring Plan
- Construction works verification
- Design verification
- TfNSW site inspections
- Monthly Reports and Construction Certificates
- Construction Completion Certificate
- Final Verification Certificate
Want to learn more about the TfNSW project verification process? Check out the video below.