RSM makes series of office relocations around the country

11 June 2024 Consultancy.com.au 2 min. read
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Accounting and consulting firm RSM has been especially busy of late – not just in terms of the usual peak tax season – but in packing its briefcases and moving to new offices across the country.

Having recently completed its relocation in Melbourne, RSM’s Adelaide and Wagga Wagga branches have now also shifted, while the firm is gearing up to move from its current Adelaide Street address in Brisbane.

The firm officially opened its new Adelaide digs last week at Level 2, 191 Pulteney Street just up from Hindmarsh Square, which it described as a significant step and reflection of RSM’s commitment to growth and innovation.

RSM makes series of office relocations around the country

Led by long-time director Matthew Gordge, RSM has four listed partners based out of Adelaide – including recent Ernst & Young recruit and audit leader Michael George – and a team of around 40, who last year celebrated the local firm’s 50th anniversary (one year on from the national centenary). The firm said the new office space was designed to inspire collaboration and creativity.

RSM’s Wagga Wagga branch has also upped sticks from 55 Berry to 77 Gurwood Street, a move it said represented RSM Australia’s commitment to being future-focused and dedication to delivering innovative solutions for clients. RSM also has nearby outlets in Temora and Junee following the integration of local accountancy Granleese McEwen in the back half of last year.

Meanwhile, RSM in Brisbane is preparing a move to 488 Queen Street mid-to-late this year, describing its present Oracle Tower location as “bursting at the seams” with more than 100 staff after moving in six years ago with a team of less than 30. The firm expects that figure to more than double again by the end of the decade, and has options on 1,400 square meters across two levels.

Speaking with the Courier Mail, RSM Brisbane managing partner Steve Healey said the new space would be an appealing one for employees with two outdoor terraces, plentiful greenery, and a modern design; “We have created a multitude of spaces that range from quiet and collaborative areas for work-shopping to a new conference area that can fit well over 100 people.”