Building for the future

Kaeser Compressors Australia recently celebrated breaking ground on the construction of its new state-of-the-art head office facility in Melbourne. After a number of COVID-19 setbacks, the transformation is well underway and expected to be completed by early 2022.

Breaking ground on Kaeser Compressors' new facility in Dandenong, Australia
Kaeser breaks ground on new state-of-the-art facility

Peter Eckberg, Managing Director of Kaeser Compressors Australia said: ‘Construction of our new head office facility should have commenced in 2020. Unfortunately, COVID-19 had other plans! While the pandemic may have slowed down proceedings it has not stopped the company’s reinvestment plans. Kaeser Compressors has always reinvested heavily into the business and the current pandemic has not halted those efforts. We’re pleased to say that despite on-going COVID-19 disruptions, we finally broke ground in January.’ 

The Australian head office has been situated in Dandenong, Victoria since Kaeser Compressors opened its doors in 1990. 30 years later and it was clear that the company was outgrowing the existing facility, and required additional office space, a larger warehouse and a bigger in-house workshop. 

A complete transformation of the current facility is now underway which will both modernise and extend it out to twice its current size. You can stay up-to-date with construction progress by visiting or click here.

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Breaking ground on Kaeser Compressors' new facility in Dandenong, Australia

Kaeser Compressors Australia breaks ground in its new facility. Pictured from left to right; Tony Lettieri (Lettieri Property Group), Rada Eckberg (Kaeser Compressors), Peter Eckberg (Kaeser Compressors) and Tony Letteri (Lettieri Property Group).

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