Our Site Office is a green star rated building so is very enjoyable to work in. There is a lot of natural light, good ventilation etc. The dress code is smart casual, so presentable but comfy.
The site offices could be a little bit better however the Head office is a great space and very inviting. The dress code is appropriate for the type of work we do.
We are in site huts or demountables (temporary) on site. Head office is a nice space although I am infrequently there. I am lucky enough to have access to the end of trip facility at head office which is very helpful.
The office has been set up really well out on site so that CA's sit next to Supervisors and the like. This seems to have generated more talk between positions within the project.
Currently have a really good office fit out with some of the best equipment and facilities. Dress code is flexible, clothing provided by employer is good quality.
Every site office is different some are really plush others are not.
If varies from site to site, my current office has high ceilings and windows with plenty of space. My last office was so small, with small desks and no windows. The office before that was so big we had multiple meeting rooms and a table tennis table. Another office I had was portable site sheds which were cold and everything was covered in dusk. It changes depending on what space is available and the style of project manager.
Most office spaces are site dependent, they can be in temporary shed, off site building spaces or at our Head Office. The facilities at each site are well equipped with kitchen facilities, office space, breakout rooms etc. The dress code is also dependent on your role. On site commonly it can be more casual as your are amongst a live working environment, dust, paint, dirt etc. are commonalities of day to day work whilst HO and more office based roles, commonly are neat casual.
Facilities within Probuild do vary - obviously our head office is extremely presenatable and has a higher dress code of corporate attire - this obviously varies to site based activities which often are temporary office spaces near or within the projects being facilitated with dress code to be professional but also to suit activities occurring on site (sleeved shirts and pants)
The site office is quite good and clean. No complaints. The dress code for men is pants, long sleeved business shirt and generally safety boots.