One40 William

Project Description

One40 William is a mixed-use development comprising three office towers ranging in height from five to 19 storeys above two levels of retail.

Key components of the development include the retention of existing heritage buildings for commercial office and retail uses. The entire 40,000m2 office is leased by the state government.

The development also straddles and integrates with Perth Underground Train Station. A variety of fashion and food stores comprise approximately 35 retail units.

The development successfully re-activates an entire block bounded by William St, Murray St and Wellington St and contributes to the expansion of the city towards Northbridge Link.

Our Role

Melbourne-based developer CBUS Property Pty Ltd initially appointed NS Projects Project Manager during its bid for the site. We successfully managed every subsequent phase of the project through to completion.

NS Projects was Superintendent and Tenant Co-ordinator for the project and was responsible for controlling and directing all contract instructions and cost issues, liaising with the State and the Public Transport Authority and advising all client related decision making.


Project Details

  • Name: One40 William
  • Type: Retail
  • Client: CBUS
  • Date: 2007 to 2012
  • Role: Bid Manager and Project Manager
  • Value: $220 Million

Key Outcomes

  • Delivery of the largest five star GreenStar building in Perth, using innovative design solutions to maximise energy efficiency and minimise environmental impact.
  • Successful re-activation of an entire block bound by William St, Murray St and Wellington St contributing to the expansion of the city towards Northbridge Link.
  • Integration with the Perth Underground Train Station provides an excellent transit-orientated design outcome.
  • Successful refurbishment of three heritage-listed buildings which included the re-installation of an entire two-storey facade which was removed in sections and stored off site during the station tunnel construction.