CityLab’s primary goal is to improve the quality of each project we work on, by supporting our clients to get the most from design. We collaborate with both public and private sector, connecting clients with design professionals.
To achieve this goal we deploy specialised design expertise, rigorous procurement practices and transparent project management, while supporting and promoting the design industry through fair and equitable processes.
An interface to the design industry, CityLab’s experienced team works to ensure projects get the best out of the procurement process.
Architectural Project Manager
CityLab advises on the full procurement process
CityLab advises on the full range of procurement options, from open, select and invited architectural competitions, to expressions of interest, requests for proposals and requests for tenders. We can help guide the client to determine the most appropriate format and structure of their competitive process, understanding that each project has its unique set of priorities and requirements.
In the media
“This is going to be an absolute gamechanger for our state. It’s going to put us on the world map as being a destination for great creative and cultural events”
Danny Pearson, Victorian Creative Industries Minister
“The Civic Precinct will bring the community into the heart of what we do as a council, with welcoming public space, the celebration of Wadawurrung culture and heritage, and a strong focus on providing excellent customer service to our community now and into the future.”
Stephanie Asher, Mayor of Geelong
Geelong Civic Precinct
“The Victorian Pride Centre is a structure that represents the best of our community values – resilience, solidarity, and community connection – during these unprecedented times when our communities need it most.”
Martin Foley, Minister for Equality
Victorian Pride Centre
"This is the biggest design competition to be held at Sydney Olympic Park since it was initially developed for the Olympic Games and we are seeking submissions from around the world."
Rob Stokes, Planning and Public Spaces Minister
Sydney Olympic Park Stadia Precinct