Woodhead has rejuvenated the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) workplace in its newly completed office located at Collins Street in the Melbourne CBD.
VEC personnel are chiefly made up of two distinct working groups; Special Project Groups who coordinate voting and specific election based activities, and the Electoral Executive and Commission.
These two working groups are now served by two specialist Woodhead designs that allow the spaces to be used together, securely and separately for the diverse roles performed at the VEC.
This is a welcome change for staff, who had previously encountered problems with space and privacy, lacking both collaborative and discreet working spaces, which have been resolved at the new office.
Combined with a revived brand and corporate image, the reception area and foyer welcomes members of the public in a light filled space that invites and encourages interaction.
The new café and breakout spaces provide spacious, contemporary light filled locations to refresh and revitalise staff.
The Woodhead team who delivered this project includes Debra Longin, Emma Foster and Sean O’Dwyer.