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Artist’s impression of the new Vanguard-built headquarters/warehouse for Intex. Image Supplied.
  • Intex Group is a walls and cellings and industry specialist
  • Vaughan Construction will build the new facility

Intex Group International Pty Ltd, a walls and ceilings industry specialist, has acquired a foothold in Vaughan Constructions Biodiversity Business Park in Epping for $11.3 million.

As part of the deal, Vaughan Construction will design and construct a new 7,591 square metre office/warehouse headquarters.

Intex, a multinational corporation, has been in the walls and ceilings industry for over 30 years and is particularly renowned for its innovation and the marketing and sales of premium products.

The family-owned company is establishing its new headquarters in Epping to better support its other warehouses while the office will allow for greater representation on a global scale.

Mark Byrne, Director of Vaughan Construction, said he is delighted to work with Intex.

“The requirement showcases the concept to completion service we offer owner-occupiers and it’s an absolute pleasure working with a likeminded family business.”

Mark Byrne, Vaughan Construction

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Artist’s impression of the office entrance. Image Supplied.

CBRE Associate Director, Daniel Eramo, negotiated the deal for the new global headquarters, remarking that he worked closely with Intex to find a suitable site.

“Vaughan’s Biodiversity Estate benefits from proximity to major arterials such as Cooper Street, Hume Freeway/Highway and the Metropolitan Ring Road, as well as Epping’s major shopping centre, Pacific Epping, and the Northern Hospital.”

“Epping’s Cooper Street precinct has been the focal point of Melbourne’s northern industrial market over the past three years, attracting significant investment from the institutional sector.”

Daniel Eramo, CBRE

Mr Eramo also added that future infrastructure projects in the area, such as the North East Link, further emphasises Mebloruen’s north as a desirable area for large scale occupiers in Victoria.

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