On Thursday 13 June 2019, Mark Percy, Cbus Property Executive Manager – NSW and Scott Hutchinson, CEO of Hutchinson Builders, hosted a ‘sod turning’ event to mark the project’s progression to the next phase of development, following the completion of demolition at the former Westpac Credit Card Services building, between Langston Place and Chambers Court, Epping.
The milestone was also celebrated with special guests, including City of Parramatta Lord Mayor, Councillor Andrew Wilson, as well as project architects Architectus, landscape architects Arcadia, sales agents CBRE and Epping community groups.
Adrian Pozzo, CEO of Cbus Property said the official sod turning at The Langston is a positive indicator for Epping.
“The fact that we are now moving into the construction phase is a sign of our commitment to The Langston and to the future of Epping,” he confirmed.
“We’re powering ahead with the assistance of Scott and the team at Hutchinson Builders, and we look forward to delivering a transformational, world-class project for the people of north-west Sydney.”
“Construction of the first tower is expected to take just over two years, with completion targeted for the third quarter of 2021.”