An official sod turning ceremony this week marked the beginning of work on Grace Records Management’s new facility in Sydney’s south-west.
Grace Records Management’s Director, Mike Hyland, and Sydney Branch Manager, Greg Warren, met with Campbelltown Deputy Mayor, Paul Lake, and Therese Lynch of building contractor, CIP, to commence construction on the 17,000sqm records storage facility last Friday.
The new facility will be built adjacent to Grace’s existing records management branch in Hepher Road, Campbelltown and will provide for additional storage of 1.5 million records and files.
Mr Warren said Grace Records Management has experienced tremendous growth in recent years with the current site close to reaching its capacity of 2 million records and files.
Mr Lake’s attendance at the sod turning ceremony is a testament to the important contribution Grace makes to the local Macarthur Community.
As well as securely storing and managing the records of many local businesses, Mr Warren said nearly all staff came from the local area. The new site is due for completion in June 2014 and its opening is expected to bring more jobs to the region.