At Drawable, we’re really proud of the work we do and the projects we’re involved in. Here are some of our favourites over the years.
In July 2008, over a million young pilgrims from 200 countries arrived in Sydney for World Youth Day. The Drawable team was part of the army of behind-the-scenes specialists who made this huge event the success it became.
During the lead-up to the festival, Drawable was engaged by electrical contractor Rivercorp to draw plans for the on-site electrical distribution, including generator locations and configuration and distribution board locations, at the vast Barangaroo and Randwick Racecourse sites.
We came up with the idea of overlaying photographs of the generator distribution boards onto the AutoCAD site plans, allowing Rivercorp to identify each board type with ease.
Drawable enjoys an ongoing business relationship with Neeta Management Pty Ltd, providing drafting services for the Neeta City shopping centre in Fairfield, western Sydney.
We assist the management team, whose tenants include three supermarkets and over 90 specialty stores within the centre, by providing updated floor layout plans containing information such as tenancy identification, check measures, leasing periods and unleased vacancies. This involves Drawable updating Neeta’s plans typically on a monthly basis, and maintaining a database of Neeta’s AutoCAD files in our offices.
The Sydney Ports corporation has been a valued customer of Drawable since our very beginnings as a company. With a portfolio of operations that includes Sydney Harbour and Port Botany Bay, Sydney Ports relies on efficient and accurate service to document work on its sites.
To date, Drawable has provided hundreds of switchboard diagrams for locations in Darling Harbour, Botany Bay, Sydney Cove, White Bay, the Cooks River and Glebe Island, plus drawn electrical turret location plans for the temporary tugboat wharf at Botany.
Drawable liaises with both Sydney Ports management and their contractors to ensure all information on their drawings is totally correct.
Sydney’s most exciting recent redevelopment, Media City at 8 Central Avenue in Eveleigh, is one of the largest media facilities in the southern hemisphere. The site, which includes state-of-the-art studios, became operational in January 2010 and is home to the Seven Network national broadcaster, Global TV, Pacific Magazines, Pacific+ custom publishing and numerous other media-related tenants.
Drawable was engaged by electrical contractor Stowe Australia to complete electrical services plans for the Global TV and Pacific+ premises. Yet another prestigious project that Drawable is proud to be part of.