‘Yirranma Place’ – 262 Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst

262 Liverpool Street has always been an impressive feature in the Darlinghurst landscape and the now aptly named Yirranma Place (meaning ‘many create’ in Gadigal) was indeed the creation of many.  Alland Group was proud to be engaged by Mainbrace to deliver a full Design and Construct electrical and communications system, in consultation with heritage experts and guidelines, energy authorities, councils and client requirements.  The brief for this once in a lifetime project was complex and challenging, but the end result is simply stunning.

The former First Church of Christ Scientist opened for services in 1927 and whilst the exterior…

The Mint Sydney

A feature of the Macquarie Street landscape since 1811, The Mint is a beautiful example of the Georgian age, and is one of Sydney’s oldest buildings.

Our Minor works division have just undertaken a lighting upgrade at “The Mint Coining Factory Building” whilst keeping all areas operational and within a compressed time frame. Our works included New LED linear lighting, spot track lighting integrated into the Casambi lighting control system.

121 Harrington Street

The Bushells Building is a heritage landmark for its significance at local and state level whilst the brand itself is widely recognised as a well-known and important Australian icon. The Building retains a uniquely distinguishable personality that stands out against a sea of modern office buildings in the vicinity. Its location in The Rocks provides evidence of the historical development of the area over the course of the twentieth century.

Alland Group were engaged to Design & Construct a base building refurbishment across 6 floors to upgrade all electrical and communications to lift lobbies, general floors, atrium and amenities.  As…

The Mint – Sydney

With the redevelopment of Sydney CBD’s oldest public building and historic coining factory, past and present truly co-exist. Facing Macquarie Street, the elegant colonnaded building once formed the southern wing of Governor Macquarie’s notorious Rum Hospital and later part of the first overseas branch of London’s Royal Mint. The coining factory behind, shipped in pieces from England during the height of the gold rushes, contained the most cutting-edge technology in the colony.

Integrating new and heritage buildings, historic structures and archaeological elements, the site today houses, the head office and verandah café, while the central courtyard provides a tranquil oasis…

Finger Wharf

Alland Group provide preventative and day to day maintenance including general light and power, telecommunications, Thermographic scanning, switchboard maintenance, Dynalite controls and emergency and exit lighting computerised system.