101 Collins Street is an iconic Melbourne building, boasting many blue-chip companies among its tenants. So, when the building management decided to create an end-of-trip facility (EOT) to cater to the growing number of tenants who rode or jogged into work, it was clear this was going to be a state-of-the-art, high-end environment that would set the bar for corporate luxury.

Our challenge was to deliver a project that was large in scale, demanded the highest quality, locally sourced, sustainable materials, and fittings all within a tight timeframe for delivery. Both ISM and our specialised locker division Lockin collaborated to bring this space to life. In total, the project called for 604 lockers, amenities such as ironing stations, towel storage and airing cupboards, stone and mirrored vanities, ottoman seating, and custom toilet partitions.

Alongside the functional aspects of the fit-out, the chosen materials – Victorian Ash, Notaio Walnut, and Rustic Luca veneers, along with brass fittings – reflected the high-end premium ambiance of the facility. Grain matched finishes from bulkheads to locker doors reflected the time and effort spent on creating a truly premium exterior. Lockers were numbered with custom number tags, while the Gantner RFID Smartcard Lock System gave both users and management maximum flexibility in access and functionality.

Since completion, 101 Collins Street EOT facility has been widely recognised across print, TV, and online as one of the country’s largest, and best examples of corporate amenity. We’re proud to have been a vital part of this benchmark end-of-trip development.

  • architect: Gray Puksand
  • builder: Shape Group