JBS Australia has branched out into a new head office administration facility in Queensland after outgrowing its existing office space in a move that consolidates teams from multiple sites and locations.
The new office space allows Australia's largest beef processor more room and was designed and delivered by the project delivery company Wiley.
The move was planned to support the company's collaborative culture with a complex located in Dinmore that gives 200 JBS workers open-plan offices and larger and more flexible meeting rooms.
The new administration facility follows a signature design by Wiley to assimilate with the other buildings on site, with the JBS signature ‘curved roofing’ frontage.
“We have worked with JBS for over many years and we are excited to see this new development come to life,” Wiley managing director, Tom Wiley said. “At Wiley we love open collaborative, future-focused work-spaces and we are really happy to have helped create one for JBS.”
The new head office includes an outdoor BBQ/cooking area to showcase JBS product as well as a commercial kitchen with dining capacity for 200 people with the ability for hosting cocktail functions.