Major relocation for thoroughbred auctioneers

Thoroughbred auctioneers, Inglis are relocating from their eastern suburbs headquarters to set up a new $70 million complex at Warwick Farm. The new site will enable Inglis to build a state of the art multipurpose selling auditorium and hotel with 888 stables for use on their sale days. The new centre will be well positioned close to major roads, public transport and Sydney's new international airport.

Northrop have been engaged by William Inglis & Son to work with their architects, Timothy Court & Company to provide Mechanical, Electrical, Hydraulic & Fire, Level 3 and Sustainability services.
 
“Inglis have been the premier bloodstock auctioneers for over a century, and we are thrilled to be given the opportunity to help create what will be one of the premier thoroughbred auction venues in the world” says Northrop’s mechanical engineer, Sean Rapley.
 
The project is currently in early design phase with works to be completed by spring 2018.

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