Attacq welcomes Cummins – a global leader in the design, manufacturing, distribution and servicing of power generation – to its Allandale building; reaffirming Waterfall City as a leading corporate consolidation destination in Gauteng.
Cummins will be relocating its Africa Middle East Headquarters; looking to solidify its position as Africa’s preferred energy and power partner.
“Our relocation to Waterfall City makes strategic sense, as it places us at the heart of Gauteng’s most dynamic and strategically located business hub” said Thierry Pimi, MD of Cummins Southern Africa.
“As we see the nature of the workplace changing to a more collaborative vision, more and more businesses are choosing to consolidate their corporate premises and bring their various departments under one roof,” says Attacq Chief Executive Officer Morné Wilken. “This not only encourages greater efficiency and cost savings but also facilitates better cross-functional understanding and improved productivity across teams.”
The Allandale building, a four storey building comprising four office levels and three basement parking floors, officially opened in 2016; developed in line with Waterfall’s sustainability approach and principles. Waterfall City’s central location in relation to Pretoria, Johannesburg, East and West of JHB and Gauteng as well as its proximity to major highways, transport nodes, and the Gautrain Station makes it an ideal location for businesses looking for safe working premises and an appealing working environment.