Lander & Rogers looks to an exceptional future with move to a contemporary new Melbourne office
National contemporary Australian law firm Lander & Rogers has today announced that it will be relocating its Melbourne office to Mirvac Group's Olderfleet building at 477 Collins Street, which is scheduled for completion in 2020.
The Olderfleet building has been designed by drawing on innovative technologies and contemporary thinking to deliver a carefully curated and customised workplace precinct that will support work-life balance and collaboration.
The move to Olderfleet will provide a vibrant new home for Lander & Rogers. The firm has also engaged the multi-award winning Carr Design Group — designers of the Mornington Peninsula's Jackalope — to design the work spaces that will support the growing firm in championing its people and expanding on its existing client-centric culture.
Lander & Rogers' Chief Executive Partner, Genevieve Collins, explained, "This is an incredibly exciting time for the entire firm and a key part of our future-focussed journey. This brand-new office will give us the opportunity to create our own contemporary environment, enabling us to improve the way that we work collaboratively while inspiring the creativity to drive innovation in our service delivery.
"Importantly, our new premises will feature a number of excellent benefits to support our people, including a childcare centre, extensive end-of-trip facilities, and a wellness centre. This reinforces our firm's commitment to provide our people with an environment that proactively looks after their health and wellbeing.
"Like all significant projects at Lander & Rogers, and consistent with our collaborative style, our people are being encouraged to participate in this relocation by contributing ideas for the office design. We are embracing this chance to implement fresh ideas in the way we work, and this is an example of our commitment to our people and our clients for an exceptional experience, together".
Lander & Rogers also operates from offices in Sydney and Brisbane, which will undergo development following Melbourne's lead.