WorleyParsons on the lookout for Perth office space

Engineering company WorleyParsons is believed to have a leasing mandate out in the Perth CBD market for a requirement for up to 20,000 square metres of office space.

Industry sources told Property Observer that they believe the company had narrowed its leasing options to two sites - the Kings Square precinct, which is part of the $5.2 billion Perth City Link project initiated by the State Government. The other location is the nearby $130 million 396 Murray St site.

WorsleyParsons currently has its staff spread throughout several building in the Perth CBD, including the QV1 tower, 600 Murray,  Adelaide Terrace and 235 St Georges Terrace. 

WorleyParsons today released a statment saying that "it is a matter of public record that WorleyParsons  is seeking to consolidate its office space in Perth. A range of options are being considered and the company has not yet settled on a preferred option".

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