Achieving operational effectiveness through innovative design

SA Water is the major tenant at SA Water House. The organisation provides water quality testing, research and a public awareness role for the state of South Australia. SA Water House was built via an integrated design programme led by SA Water and workplace strategy consultants DEGW, in conjunction with the building owner, the Catholic Archdiocese and the development team headed by HASSELL. The design process relied heavily on objectives generated from SA Water's cultural change programme, and developed through a strategic briefing process undertaken by DEGW.

The building houses the Australian Water Quality Centre (AWQC) (including both laboratories and workspace), a business unit of SA Water internationally recognised for excellence in providing scientific services for water, wastewater and sludge, and the Learning Centre (LC) - a new capability connecting SA Water with the general public and, in particular, school children. The Centre also houses the Australia Asian Water Centre (AAWC) which includes various water industry bodies who display materials, organise forums and hold meetings. Another government organisation, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is a sub-tenant.

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