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Rebuilding Casula Public School

Casula Public School faced an enormous rebuild after they were hit by massive storms in late 2018... fortunately they could call on their trusted partner Facilities First Australia to manage the rebuild.

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New University contracts with cutting edge technology | Facilities First Australia

Facilities First is proud to announce their alignment with two of Australia’s foremost tertiary educational institutions.

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4 reasons West HQ chose Facilities First - Australia’s leading maintenance and facilities services management company

West HQ is Sydney’s leading landmark destination for entertainment, fitness, lifestyle, and accommodation in the Western Sydney region.

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Bankwest Stadium: How care created a grand stadium for Western Sydney

It was a bold opportunity to show the community how care can create a stadium for everyone. With new events and entertainment, management decided they needed a fresh start; a new cleaning crew.

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Urbanest: Creating vibrant and enriching student accommodation spaces.

The partnership between Urbanest and Facilities First is a testament to how excellence, integrity and care can build enriching student communities, specifically designed for today’s student preferences.

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The NSW Whole of Government: Asset Maintenance Contract encompasses the provision of maintenance services to government facilities

Facilities First Australia has been responsible for providing services for the Whole of Government FM Services contract in South Western Sydney

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Australian Catholic University: One of the country’s leading educational institutions

Facilities First Australia partnered as the cleaning provider of ACU in 2018. Our mission has been to provide reliable and comprehensive cleaning services that allow students, staff and visitors at ACU to focus solely on their education experience.

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Yaanma: How a fully Indigenous owned facilities service company was built

Yaanma is a Dharawal word meaning ‘to go/walk together’. The language is said to be spoken by the Indigenous people who had a relationship with the area south of Botany Bay and the Georges River, west to Appin, down as far as Goulburn and Wreck Bay near Nowra.

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