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August 09 Edition Cover

Another step forward at Digital Harbour

04 Nov 2020

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Poly Australia’s new Docklands building is officially the tallest tower in Digital Harbour, a precinct that will soon be a new focus of the suburb’s development.

The building, which will reach 23 storeys upon completion, finalised its level 10 concrete pour in early October.

The Woods Bagot-designed office tower will become a way-finding structure for Digital Harbour. It’s located directly opposite Marvel Stadium at 1000 La Trobe St.

Poly Global associate director of project management Andrew Petricola said the company was pleased to have achieved the milestone in line with the project timeline despite reducing operations in accordance with industry restrictions throughout previous months.

“Reaching level 10 is an exciting moment for us, officiating the development as the tallest tower in Digital Harbour. Since commencement, we’ve worked diligently with Probuild to efficiently progress with construction, enabling us to remain on schedule for delivery at the end of 2021,” he said.

The project continues to operate in adher- ence with government official advice, including a reduced onsite workforce of 25 percent and continued application of a COVID-safe plan, including; mandatory social distancing, face masks, regular temperature testing, no blending of shifts and an increase in on-site hygiene measures.

The 40,000 sqm development will consist of 23 levels reaching approximately 91m high once complete.

The strong progress at the 1000 Latrobe St site comes amid ongoing work behind the scenes at Digital Harbour by the precinct’s de- veloper to renew its master plan under the new name “City Harbour”.

The developer continues to work with Development Victoria on its new vision for the precinct and more details will be shared in future editions of Docklands News.

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