Jackson Teece worked with the Growth Centres Commission (now part of the NSW Department of Planning), North West Transport Hub (developers), Blacktown City Council and several NSW Government agencies, to master plan and implement the Employment Precinct situated adjacent to the Riverstone Town Centre. Public exhibition of the plans took place in early 2009, with infrastructure work expected to commence late 2010.

The Precinct will accommodate a 250,000 square metre Business Park, a light industrial area and an industrial area and is expected to generate employment for over 12,000 people. The Precinct will provide an intermodal facility to reduce regional truck movements and have its own tri-generation plant to supply all the electricity demand. It will also contain the headquarters of Football NSW with associated sporting fields, hotel and sports academy. 85 hectares have been dedicated to open space and the conservation of vegetation and the riparian corridors.

The proposed open space could link Windsor (NW Sydney) to Liverpool (SW Sydney) through the Sydney Western Parklands. The Riverstone West Master Plan demonstrates Jackson Teece’s ability to plan and design for new centres with place making and sustainability as key drivers in the design process.