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Engage a fitout contractor at least 3 months before your move-in date. This allows sufficient time to compare quotes and create a detailed scope of work for your fitout project.

Typically, a mid-range fitout in Australia starts at $500 per square meter. If you’re after an executive looking fitout, you should expect to spend up to $2000 per square meter. Use or cost calculator to estimate a budget for your project.

Most Australia builders help their clients with the design and floorplan of their workspace. However, you can also engage a specialised interior designer to create a floorplan and office design and have the construction completed by a head contractor.

Yes, you need a CDC and building permit if you to change the interior of commercial buildings. We advise you to talk to your contractor who can help you with the plans and building permits.

In Australia, tenants are responsible for the fitout of commercial spaces. However, some landlords will absorb the costs of a fitout to incentivize tenants to move in early.

This depends on the size of the project and the complexity of the design. It’s advised to engage a builder as soon as possible and make sure they can inspect the property. Typically, an average fitout in a 400 square meter floor space should take between 5 and 8 weeks.

Yes, you can. The commercial property market is constantly changing, sometimes tenants have more control over the negotiations than they assume. Depending on the supply and demand in the market you might have a great position to negotiate with your landlord.

Most builders will help you with your design of your workspace. However, if you have found a great interior designer who can help you get your vision and concept drawn up in a floorplan. You can engage a head contractor to manage the construction process.

Yes, we actually believe that you should have the same builder for the make-good in your old office as for the fitout in your new location.

Most fitout contractors would have deals with furniture suppliers and can negotiate discounts for you.

Office fitouts

Office fitout is a term used for the process of making an office space fit for purpose. Whether it’s placing cabling and furniture into the workplace, or designing a high-end corporate environment with custom furniture and modern kitchens. All these activities fall under the term fitout. Typically a fitout includes custom joinery, partitions, glass walls, furniture and floor and ceiling coverings. Finding a designer and contractor who is capable of delivering a space that suits your business’s culture but also understands the vision for your workspace can be difficult.

Find a fitout company in Australia

Instead of contacting every contractor one by one, we’ll get you in touch with a designer, builder, removalist, furniture supplier or demolition contractor from one project brief. With access to the best industry contacts in Australia, NEOGO takes the time and stress out of finding, comparing, and meeting the contractors you need to create your optimal workspace.

Save your budget for the actual fitout. Don’t spend time and money using your own valuable resources to locate and engage with the right builders or designers. Use Neogo’s network for faster, reliable connections.

Perhaps the solution to your workspace challenge requires furniture or tech integration? NEOGO puts you in direct contact with professionals that serve your specific location and business needs.

Design & construct solutions

Buildings in Australia are being leased without any fitout. Tenants are responsible for fitting the office. This can be a cheap fitout where the tenants simply furnish the facility. Or a more expensive executive fitout, where the tenant engages a builder to place ceilings, walls, carpets, air conditioning, meeting rooms and plumbing fixtures.

Refurbishments & renovations

When refurbishing, make sure to check whether you require council approval. Refitting an occupied workplace can be daunting so make sure to select an experienced project manager that can minimise the impact on your staff. Usually, dusty and noisy work can be done outside business hours.