Accenture begins construction on new offices in Waterfall City

An artist's impression of Accenture's offices in Waterfall City.
An artist's impression of Accenture's offices in Waterfall City.

The construction on Accenture’s new 3875m² offices in the heart of Waterfall’s Corporate Campus has begun. The company plans to relocate from its current offices in Woodmead to Waterfall City’s busy business precinct in December later this year, as part of its African expansion strategy. 

The commercial developers of Waterfall, Attacq has partnered with accomplished property developers, Zenprop, to bring the innovative new Accenture office to Waterfall.

We would like to extend a warm welcome to Accenture; we are thrilled they have decided to make their new home with us at Waterfall City. Waterfall is increasingly becoming the hub of consulting and professional firms in Gauteng. As we continue to grow and develop the Waterfall precinct, it is heartening to see that such top calibre companies share and endorse our vision.  We are on an ambitious and industry-leading journey of informed urban evolution and it is exciting to see how many high profile organisations are eager to be part of it,” comments Melt Hamman, interim CEO, Attacq.

Zenprop CEO, James Tannenberger, says, “Zenprop has an established relationship with Attacq in Waterfall, partnering on the construction of projects such as the Cummins Regional Offices.  We have already worked together in delivering a sustainable and environmentally friendly building in the Waterfall Logistics Hub and we are pleased to be involved on another project in the precinct.”

In this building, Accenture has endorsed the application of the very best in sustainability and urban design principles, adapted and attuned to the changing needs of a continent on the move.