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NBN Co sets up office locations

NBN Co sets up office locations

Company plans to move into North Sydney office by mid-June and will also establish locations in Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart.

NBN Co has selected four office spaces across the east coast.

The company said it has leased an office in North Sydney and will move in by mid-June, occupying three levels at 100 Arthur St. It has also leased office space at 360 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.

In a statement the company outlined offices in Canberra and Hobart were being set up and locations to support the first release sites are being sought.

“The company undertook extensive analysis of prospective premises available for lease in the Sydney CBD and North Sydney areas,” the statement said. “It secured an eight year lease to provide NBN Co with permanent accommodation which accommodates future company growth.”

Head of corporate services, Kevin Brown, said the three floors are in the process of being fitted out for NBN Co use.

“Critical to our success is to secure facilities which are competitively priced, available at the right time and where our people can be productive,” Brown said.

NBN Co recently put a call out to satellite network operators and equipment providers that can offer key elements of the satellite network.

The company has previously stated it intends to hire thousands of staff and leverage Australia's contractor community to enable the project.

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