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Delivering Innovative Industrial Spaces

Richard Crookes Constructions (RCC) recently completed Lot 1 CEVA Warehouse, a 35,000m² flagship project within Mirvac’s Aspect Industrial Estate in Western Sydney. This state-of-the-art facility features diverse storage options and modern office space with a focus on flexibility, functionality, sustainability, and cutting-edge technology.

Lot 1 CEVA Warehouse is a cutting-edge facility, designed to meet the diverse and every-changing needs of modern logistics operations. The first warehouse delivered within the Aspect Industrial Estate, Lot 1 CEVA offers exceptional industrial facilities that put the focus on flexibility, functionality, and sustainability for the needs of logistic handling.

Designed to accommodate client needs, Lot 1 CEVA Warehouse features multiple storage solutions including 20,000m² of ambient storage, 12,7000m² of temperature-controlled storage (between 15-2C5C) and modern office spaces including three dock offices.

This advanced industrial facility includes 1,510 solar panels, generating an 830kW photovoltaic system with a 500kW battery to maximise self sufficient energy consumption and generation. This is complemented by translucent roof sheeting, LED lighting, electric vehicle charging points, and rainwater harvesting systems. These features align with CEVA Logistics’ commitment to achieving net zero by 2050.

The strategic location of the warehouse, close to the Western Sydney Airport and major transportation routes such as the M4 and M7 motorways, makes it a crucial hub for logistics in the region. This positioning allows CEVA Logistics to efficiently serve the growing demands of the technology and healthcare sectors in New South Wales, reinforcing the importance of this development for the local economy.

The successful delivery of the CEVA warehouse is a testament to Richard Crookes Constructions’ commitment to excellence and their ability to meet the evolving needs of their clients. With a focus on quality, sustainability, and strategic partnerships, Richard Crookes Constructions continues to be a driving force in the delivery of industrial facilities that support economic growth and sustainability.

The completion of the CEVA warehouse was celebrated with a formal event attended by New South Wales Premier Chris Minns, Minister for Roads John Graham, and representatives from Mirvac, the Australian Retirement Fund, and CEVA Logistics. Premier Minns highlighted the importance of this development, stating,

“The brand-new facilities at the Mamre Road Precinct are cutting edge and will form the backbone of an expanding growth in the economy out here in Western Sydney.”

This complex facility came to life as a result of close collaboration between Mirvac, Australian Retirement Fund, CEVA Logistics and Richard Crookes Constructions. This project forms part of a broader initiative to develop Aspect Industrial Estate, which is expected to create over 500 jobs during construction and 1,200 operational jobs, further contributing to Western Sydney’s economic growth.

For more information visit Richard Crookes Constructions, Levels 13/14, 558 Pacific Highway, St Leonards, NSW 2065, phone 02 9902 4700, email, website

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