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NSW - Sirius Project Update

The bustling precinct of The Rocks is abuzz with the fervor of construction as The Sirius project enters a pivotal phase. With various work fronts now in full swing, the meticulous attention to detail is evident, especially in the inclusion of finishes trades and the ongoing fit-out of sanitary fixtures and fittings.


One of the standout achievements that has recently taken center stage is the installation of the bespoke external copper down pipe system by Planet Plumbing. This distinctive addition is a precursor to the external copper facade and balconies, offering a tantalizing glimpse into the unique aesthetics that The Sirius project will showcase upon its completion.


The bespoke external copper down pipe system is not just a functional component but a design element that adds a touch of sophistication to the building's overall appearance. The choice of copper exudes a timeless elegance and promises to make The Sirius project a landmark with its distinctive and eye-catching features.


A special shout-out is due to the dedicated individuals who have played a pivotal role in bringing this vision to life. Luke Fernance, Troy Eyndhoven, Adam Iverson, Mic Luca, and the entire site crew have been the driving force behind the project's progress. Their unwavering commitment, attention to detail, and collective efforts have propelled The Sirius project toward the finish line with remarkable momentum.


As the construction journey continues, each passing milestone brings The Sirius project closer to its grand unveiling. The collaborative spirit and hard work of the team ensure that this architectural marvel will stand as a testament to innovation and precision in construction.


Stay tuned as The Sirius project in The Rocks prepares to make a lasting impression on the cityscape, leaving an indelible mark with its distinctive copper accents and meticulous craftsmanship. The countdown to the completion of The Sirius project is on, and the anticipation for its grand reveal is building with each passing day.