Industrial automation and control systems specialist, SAGE Automation has released an artist’s impression of its new national headquarters and manufacuring facility ahead of its relocation to Tonsley innovation district.
As former home of Mitsubishi Motors, Tonsley already shares a rich history with SAGE where the system integration company delivered a number of projects for the car manufacturer. A walkthrough of the historic site today still gives glimpses of the industrial equipment which was the backbone of the Mitsubishi production line.
SAGE’s new facility at the western side of the Main Assembly Building will span approximately 3,100 square metres, featuring formal and informal meeting spaces for team collaboration, a workshop space centred around a smart flow of materials and easy access for panel transportation.
The move of approximately 120 staff will provide the company easy access and excellent opportunities to work side-by-side with other innovative organisations at Tonsley, who are driving the industrial future of South Australia.
In addition, the company has also been investing in the next generation of talent through the SAGE Graduate Engineering Program as well as its Apprentice Program, providing opportunities to apply theoretical learning within a practical environment and learn different aspects of the business through department rotations.
The company also recently participated in Flinders University’s Computer Science, Engineering and Mathematics Student Expo where Stephen Keen, one of four third-year placement students at SAGE, won the electronics category. Stephen spoke about how he enjoyed how passionate the team at SAGE is.