Property Council of Australia Innovation & Excellence Awards 2023

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REIMAGINE URBAN LIFE

For over 50 years, Mirvac has been dedicated to shaping Australia’s urban landscape. Our legacy is reflected in the beautiful homes, inspiring workplaces and thriving retail precincts we’ve created, with a deep commitment to our people, our customers, and our communities at the core of what we do.

Mirvac is proud to have finalists in seven categories of the 2023 Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards.

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Best Public Art FOLIA APARTMENTS Best Residential Development VOYAGER Best Residential Development HERITAGE LANES
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF Country

The Property Council acknowledges the tens of thousands of years of continuous custodianship and placemaking by First Nations peoples and their proud role in our shared future. We thank them for their custodianship of Country – land, seas and skies.

We acknowledge the diversity of First Nations cultures, histories and p eoples, and we pay our deepest respects to Elders past, and present.

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National President’s Message

Welcome to the 2023 Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards. It is my great honour to present to you this year’s finalists and winners.

For the last 41 years, we have proudly honoured the projects shaping our skylines, our cities and our communities, and showcased the contribution our industry makes to designing, building and managing great places.

The 157 finalists showcased in this book, across 19 categories, are the best of the best. Each finalist underscores our industry’s capacity, ingenuity and contribution to nation-building.

The projects on display combine both elegance and efficiency and demonstrate why Australia leads the world in sustainability, innovation and people-centric design.

I extend my warmest thanks to our national judges for the time and commitment they have contributed this year.

Our Chairman, Adrian Harrington has been supported this year by Denis Coupland, Rosina Di Maria, Ross Duckham, Daniel Ekins, Kristiana Greenwood, Medy Hassan OAM, Desiree Houston-Jones, Stephen Mee, John Oliver, Clinton Ostwald, Chloe Philp, Arabella Rohde and Karen Wong.

I also acknowledge our Principal Sponsor, Rider Levett Bucknall, for partnering with us to present these awards for 41 years. Their commitment and collaboration is testament to the success of the awards, and we thank them for their long and fruitful partnership.

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Message from Rider Levett Bucknall

The Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards is a celebration of the industry’s best projects, developments, people and companies. Finalists are vying for one of 19 prestigious award categories with the overall winner crowned Rider Levett Bucknall Australian Development of the Year.

The awards champion the people who show up each day to create a strong and thriving property industry. The superior examples of iconic projects showcased contribute to cities that are liveable, prosperous and vibrant, and communities where people love to live and work.

Last year, RLB was privileged to play a role in delivering Billbergia’s Wentworth Point Town Centre. This spectacular project was a worthy winner of the Rider Levett Bucknall Australian Development of the Year award for its industry-leading transformation of an isolated industrial site into a vibrant residential community.

We are, once again, pleased to recognise the role that public art plays in creating brilliant spaces, enriching and enlivening our cities and suburbs, with the Rider Levett Bucknall Award for Best Public Art Project.

It is also fantastic that so many in our industry are now prioritising the application of sustainability practices that reduce a project or existing building’s eco footprint.

To those in the running for the first time: you are among an elite group of gamechangers within this invigorating industry. It’s wonderful to have you join us. And to past finalists: welcome back. I hope 2023 is the year you’ve been waiting for.

We extend our thanks and appreciation to the Property Council of Australia for partnering with Rider Levett Bucknall for more than four decades to deliver the Innovation & Excellence Awards.

We also thank the Property Council for its continued advocacy of an industry that builds prosperity, creates jobs and shapes the future of our cities, towns and communities.

Congratulations to the 2023 finalists and winners for your commitment to positive social impact, diversity and meaningful stakeholder engagement. Thank you for playing your part in bringing imagination to life and creating a better tomorrow for millions of Australians.

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History of the Awards

Owners and Managers Association) has been recognising and rewarding excellence. And Rider Levett Bucknall has been the proud sponsor and supporter of the awards program for each of these 41 years.

In 1991, the Property Council’s state-based award programs were amalgamated into a national program to recognise excellence across the country.

From 1991, the Rider Levett Bucknall Australian Development of the Year has been presented to some of the nation’s most iconic buildings:

Excellence was recognised across 12 categories:

• Office Developments

• Shopping Centre Developments

• Emerging Assets

• Tourism and Leisure Developments

• Business or Industrial Parks

• Residential Development

• Government Leadership

• Heritage & Adaptive Reuse

Since then, the Property Council of Australia (originally the Builders

1991 Advance Bank Centre, ACT

1992 1 O’Connell Street, Sydney

1993 Carindale Shopping Centre, Brisbane and 120 Collins Street, Melbourne

1994 Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Gold Coast

1995 Governor Phillip Tower, Sydney

1996 Whitford City Shopping Centre, Perth

1997 St Patrick’s Estate, Manly

1998 Network 10 Headquarters, Sydney

1999 Admiralty Quays, Brisbane

2000 Riverside Corporate Park, North Ryde

2001 Martin Place, Sydney

2002 Aurora Place, Sydney

2003 120 Edward Street, Brisbane

2004 University Square, Melbourne University

2005 30 The Bond, Sydney

2006 Lyell McEwin Hospital Redevelopment, Adelaide

2007 Deutsche Bank Place, Sydney

2008 Riparian Plaza, Brisbane

2009 Rouse Hill Town Centre, NSW

2010 One Shelley Street, Sydney

2011 ANZ Centre, Melbourne

2012 Fairfax Media House, Melbourne

2013 Darling Quarter and Commonwealth Bank Place, Sydney

2014 Brookfield Place, Perth

2015 8 Chifley, Sydney

2016 50 Martin Place, Sydney

2017 5 Martin Place, Sydney

2018 Barangaroo South, Barangaroo

2019 International House Sydney, Barangaroo

2020 Investa’s Barrack Place, Sydney

2021 Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre, Victoria

2022 Wentworth Point Town Centre, Wentworth Point

In 2006 our awards program evolved once more, rebranded as the Innovation & Excellence Awards to celebrate leading-edge practice and inspire innovation within our industry.

• Master Planned Communities

• Mixed Use Development

• Public Buildings

• Sustainable Developments

As Australian cities continue to expand, our industry responds to myriad challengers — from delivering affordable housing to supporting Australians as they age, and from improving the environmental sustainability or buildings or creating a rich and diverse workforce.

As a result, a number of new categories have been introduced.

In 2007, we began to recognise our next generation of talent through Future Leader of the Year Award. In 2010, the Retirement Living and office Workplace categories were introduced, and the following year the Sustainable Development category was expanded to recognise the different approaches taken on new and existing buildings.

In 2012, the Award for Innovation first gained its moment in the spotlight and has since transformed into two awards: one for Project Innovation and another for Development Innovation.

The Award for Best affordable Housing Development was presented in 2015, while the Award for Diversity, introduced in 2016, has been split into two categories in 2017 in response to the number of entries.

In 2022, the Award for Best Public Art Project was revived to commemorate the 40-year celebration of the awards and the longstanding partnership with Rider Levett Bucknall and the Property Council.

While the categories and number of entrants have grown, and the quality and sophistication of the entries have increased, the underlying aim of the awards remains the same: to support and showcase the developments creating brilliant places for all Australians.

In 1982, as the property industry gathered to present its first annual awards for excellence and innovation, many of the buildings that now shape our skylines, bring life to our cities and energy to local economies were still distant dreams or sketches on the drawing board.
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Congratulations to the 2022 Property Council of Australia Rider Levett

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Bucknall Innovation & Excellence

Awards winners:

Rider Levett Bucknall Australian Development of the Year Award Wentworth Point Town Centre (NSW)

GHDWoodhead Award for Best Sustainable Development Monash University’s Woodside Building for Technology & Design (VIC)

Landcom Award for Government Leadership Claremont on the Park (WA)

Yardi Award for Best Workplace Project Constitution Place Precinct (ACT)

Ethos Urban Award for Best Mixed Use Development Constitution Place Precinct (ACT)

Hames Sharley Award for Best Shopping Centre Development Caddens Corner by Western Sydney University (NSW)

Bridge42 Award for Future Leader of the Year Danielle Savio, Senior Project Manager, Multiplex Constructions (VIC)

Parkview Award for Best Residential Development Landing — Stage One of Sanctuary by Sekisui House (NSW)

Bovercon Award for Best Master Planned Community Wentworth Point Town Centre (NSW)

Colliers Award for Best Office Development 3 Parramatta Square (NSW)

Woods Bagot Award for Best Public Building Surgical, Treatment & Rehabilitation Services (STARS), Herston Quarter (QLD)

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Suburban Land Agency Award for Best Affordable Housing Development Ironbark Apartments (NSW)

S4B Award for Best Heritage Development Trades Hall Living Heritage Project Stages 1 & 2 (VIC)

PROCORE Award for Development Innovation 80 Collins Street (VIC)

PEXA Award for Project Innovation Stattery’s Carbon Planning Service (VIC)

Property Council Academy Award for Best Business or Industrial Park Jaycar Electronics by Frasers Property Industrial (NSW)

FDC Award for Diversity Less Than 250 Employees Rork Projects

FDC Award for Diversity More Than 250 Employees GHD

Rider Levett Bucknall Award for Best Public Art Project Vault of Heaven & Seeds of Cosmos (NSW)

People’s Choice Award — presented by Stockland Central Park (WA)

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Bringing imagination to life

Welcome to the Property Council of Australia Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards. For more than forty years, the construction industry has come together each year to celebrate the terrific projects and the significant benefits to Australia’s built environment. Congratulations to our 2023 finalists.

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1 The Grosvenor, New South Wales 2 BHP Adelaide, South Australia 3 Brookfield Place Sydney, New South Wales 4 Rhodes Central Shopping Centre, New South Wales 5 Home Southbank, Victoria 6 Opera Residences, New South Wales 7 Waterfront Brisbane, Queensland 8 Victoria University City Tower, Victoria 9 SubStation No. 164 by Built, New South Wales 10 Fitzroy House, Victoria 11 The Brougham, South Australia 12 Whyalla Secondary College, South Australia 13 BLUE at Lavender Bay by Aqualand, New South Wales 14 73 Miller Street, New South Wales 15 Exchange at Curtin University, Western Australia 16 SEEK HQ, Victoria 17 Carseldine Village, Queensland 18 The Marketplace at Watergardens, Victoria 19 New Breeze at Bardia, New South Wales 20 Wesley Place Public Art Project, Victoria 21 Port Wakefield Road Distribution Centre, South Australia 22 Bela by Mosaic, Queensland 23 Roe Highway Logistics Park, Western Australia

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About the 2023 Sponsors and Partners

Established in 2014, Aqualand Group is a leading award-winning Australian luxury property, hospitality, and investment company. Committed to creating dynamic communities and proud legacies for future generations, we’ve strategically invested in diverse real estate assets, including property development, hospitality, commercial property management, investment, and venture capital.

Aqualand aims to lead Australian property development by delivering lasting premium communities. Our upscale mixed-use developments, designed with sustainability and community in mind, range from prestigious waterfront residences with iconic Sydney Harbour views to urban regenerations in booming Sydney suburbs.

The company’s impressive project pipeline demonstrates Aqualand’s solid reputation, with many award-winning urban precincts and ongoing projects across Sydney. Notable projects include AURA by Aqualand, a $1 billion mixed-use development in North Sydney due to complete in mid-2024, featuring oversized luxury residences above a curated retail and dining precinct with panoramic city and harbour views; and Central Barangaroo, the transformative final stage of Sydney’s CBD waterfront precinct, emphasising design and sustainability.

Aqualand is a longstanding supporter of Sydney’s arts, culture, and sports, partnering with institutions like the South Sydney Rabbitohs, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Sculpture by the Sea, to help foster vibrant and engaged communities.

Discover more at www.aqualand.com.au.

At Bridge42, our purpose is to reveal the promise of Australia’s emerging future.

We are a national consulting firm providing strategic, future-focussed and vertically integrated property advisory, development and project management services for circa $10 billion in land, masterplanning and built form developments. We also collaborate with government and industry on various economic development, climate change, community and policy initiatives.

Drawing upon a deep pool of international, multi-disciplinary and cross-sector expertise, we tailor teams matched with client needs to guide, lead and deliver value on every project through four complementary service streams:

1. Emerging Futures – leveraging research, knowledge exchange and industry partnerships to help communities and cities realise their true potential.

2. Advisory – offering evidence-based guidance across asset lifecycles to optimise performance and unlock value in ways that align with and amplify business aspirations.

3. Development Management – harnessing expert planning, design and management skills across the total development lifecycle to realise capital returns for clients and maximise end user benefits.

4. Project Management – providing safe, effective and responsive leadership in all aspects of project delivery to achieve superior outcomes.

Established since 2003, Bridge42 operates from offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. We are the partner of choice for many private, government and institutional clients.

GHD Design

GHD Design empowers transformation at the speed of change.

Through the power of commitment, we innovate for positive impact, catalyse creativity and foster collaboration to design a better physical world, together. We imagine a more integrated built environment, one that embodies your values and those you are building with and designing for, while also making our shared future more sustainable. We empower not only a sense of place with what we co-create but ignite a sense of community we can all share. The places we live, work and play are more than homes, offices and public spaces. We know we are creating more than a place, we are crafting societal behaviours and influencing the actions people take.

That’s the power of our integrated offering. That’s the power of our commitment to you and the world in which we live.

The way we design and build the environment around us changes everything. It’s why we remain committed to a future-forward, designled approach. It grants us a unique agility to innovate solutions in anticipation of our client’s needs. It also facilitates true collaboration, bringing people together to make meaningful experiences with one another.

With you, GHD Design is creating a better built world for generations to come.

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An iconic building with outstanding views across Sydney Harbour, Grosvenor Place fuses heritage architecture with ultra-modern workspaces. With classic character progressive design elements and stand-out amenities, Grosvenor Place has created a workplace experience that’s ready for the now.

Offering 44 floors of premium-grade office space, Grosvenor Place tower is one of Australia’s most sought-after commercial destinations, recognised for its signature design by celebrated architect, Harry Seidler AC OBE.

At Hames Sharley, we believe all communities deserve to truly flourish. We’re dedicated to creating a world where people can live their best lives, in the best places, in a future we helped shape today.

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As one of Australia’s largest national interdisciplinary design practices, we are guided by three key principles – we think for tomorrow today; we deliver transformational solutions; and we create an exceptional collaborative environment for outstanding people. Because of this unwavering commitment for nearly 50 years, we have become one of Australia’s leading future-focused architectural, urban design, interior design and urban planning collectives.

With a national base of experts in a range of typologies including Residential, Retail, Office & Industrial, Health, Education and Sport & Recreation, our portfolio of work is as diverse as it is innovative. Our ability to collaborate with these experts across the country enables us to find the true potential of any location within an infinite world of possibilities. That’s how we create sustainable and value-driven mixeduse design solutions that truly support the communities they serve.

At Hames Sharley, enabling communities to flourish is far more than what we do – it’s why we exist.

Herron Todd White is Australia’s largest independent property valuation firm.

We are committed to providing solutions of superior quality and value to help our clients reach their goals. Our national team of qualified and experienced people work in the property market every day and provides professional services for all classes of property, including residential, agribusiness, and commercial.

Integrated property company, Jinding, is committed to creating innovative communities that enhance the way we live and where families can grow together.

With a $2 billion-plus development pipeline, Jinding is delivering more than 4,300 homes including residential lots, house and land packages, town homes, apartments and mixed-use projects, across Melbourne, regional Victoria and Queensland.

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Drawing on our depth of experience, knowledge and insight to interpret data from our national property market database and up-to-theminute research, the Herron Todd White team can give you a real edge in your property decisions to ensure you make the most of your investments.

Partner with Herron Todd White for insurance replacement valuations, tax depreciation reports for investment portfolios and more.

Its development portfolio in Victoria includes master planned communities Octave at Junction Village, The Patch in Wollert and Harriott at Armstrong Creek, with its latest residential community, Broadstead at Kilmore, recently released. Along with delivering its own leading residential projects, Jinding offers development management services that helps unlock value for landowners and partners.

As a sophisticated property and investment group, Jinding generates value today that leaves a positive legacy for tomorrow. Find out more at jinding.com.au.

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2023 Sponsors

Landcom is a NSW Government owned land and property development organisation. We are a commercial business that develops land to achieve both public outcomes and financial benefits for the people of NSW.

Our ambition to make a positive difference in people’s lives across NSW by increasing the supply, affordability and diversity of housing and creating sustainable communities.

With a vision of cultivating spaces that enrich lives and empower dreams, Landream develop, manage and own a diverse portfolio of property across Victoria and New South Wales.

Established in 2005, over the next five years, Landream will deliver a combination of residential, commercial, industrial, build-to-rent and mixed-use projects worth more than $2 billion.

Landream’s investment portfolio holds a number of strategic sites earmarked for future development and further acquisitions remain a key focus.

With over 150 years of combined expertise in property development, construction and investment, Landream’s professional team has forged a reputation for consistently delivering outstanding projects within Australia of a global standard.

Landream always strives to deliver on its promise, in line with the company’s values of integrity, design intelligence, enrichment and respect.

Ensuring considered and innovative design outcomes that enhance people’s lives, Landream recognises the importance of all collaborators and client relationships, only partnering with companies of the same high standards.

Landream’s development capabilities enable the Group to also provide development management services through all stages of the development process, from pre-acquisition through to post-settlement management.

With a robust pipeline of exciting projects, Landream is well positioned to continue delivering enduring, visionary projects of international standing.

At MK Illumination, we know how to connect with your customers.

We are the world leader in spectacular festive lighting, decorations, animations and grottos and are experienced at creating unique atmospheres that attract people and engage with their emotions.

Our festive displays are proven to give you a competitive edge, drive footfall and reinforce brand loyalty. As a global business located in 44 countries we lead the way in design, innovation, technical excellence and sustainable solutions. Each product is specially handcrafted to suit your exact wishes thanks to our local teams and specialist production facilities. We produce festive decorations that are creative and unique for every festive occasion, no matter what size or scale constantly exceeding our customers’ expectations.

We work for a wide selection of customers in the Public Spaces, Retail Real Estate, Leisure, Travel Retail, Corporate Business, Amusement Parks, Fun Fairs and Festival sectors, as well as directly with wholesalers.

By combining local insights about culture, values and regional expectations with valuable global know-how from MK Illumination’s worldwide network, we’re able to create end-to-end solutions and products that give our customers the benefit of both local and international expertise and experience.

LANDREAM
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The nbn® network is the digital backbone of our country, powering our nation as a leading digital economy and society. New homes, buildings, communities, and cities are enabling new ways to live, work, learn, trade and play. At the core of it all is connectivity.

Data use has tripled in just six years – and the need for broadband will reach unprecedented levels over the next decade as the internet transforms how we live – so the nbn network will grow to stay ahead of demand.

Procore is a leading construction platform that connects people, applications and data to help property and construction professionals manage risk and build quality projects — safely, on time, and within budget.

We connect every project contributor to solutions built specifically for the industry — for the owner, for the head contractor, and for the subcontractor so you can manage your projects, resources and financials from the project planning to closeout, on one platform. Our AppMarketplace has over 300 partner solutions, giving you the freedom to connect with what works best for you, even if we don’t build it.

Take control of your construction projects with visibility into every step of the process.

Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) is a global independent construction, property and management consultancy, with a team of 500 people across Australia and New Zealand working together to shape the future of the built environment.

RLB delivers cost management & quantity surveying, advisory, and project & programming management services to maximise value in all areas of the built environment to deliver successful and sustainable outcomes for our clients.

Creating a better tomorrow

We bring our understanding of the longerterm impact of value to help our clients build for a better future, and to drive development in the industry. We are focused on making a positive social impact and giving back to the communities in which we live and work.

Our people and culture

It is our people who make RLB unique and it is their combined expertise, skills and experience that inspires confidence in our clients. Our independence means we can adapt to our clients’ needs, whatever and wherever they may be. Our team of experts work collaboratively with our clients to deliver success, project by project.

Our people are empowered to bring their imagination to life – by engaging with stakeholders, understanding aspirations and challenging themselves and others to significantly improve our built environment.

For more information about Rider Levett Bucknall, visit the website at www.rlb.com

Creative, Nimble, Collaborative

Not words you’d typically associate with engineers. But we’re anything but typical.

We’re a team of highly regarded specialists. We create bespoke, sustainable solutions across a breadth of engineering disciplines, working closely with our clients from the outset of each project to its completion.

We have extensive experience in project leadership in multiple private and public sectors, including commercial, residential, education, aged care, retail, government and data centres. We’re well respected in the industry and have collaborated on a range of large, small and commercially sustainable projects.

Since the day, we opened our doors, we’re aimed to do one thing – create a better built environment. It means offering a senior level of engineering and design leadership. Not just at the beginning of the project, but all the way through and sometimes beyond. It means collaborating regularly with our clients, to ensure they are across every step of the journey, showing them breadth of lateral thinking.

While no two jobs are the same, our nimble approach is. Our team of specialist engineers are dedicated to creating the best solution possible. It’s what ensures that every project we work on – big or small, private or public – delivers a great outcome for our client, and ultimately, the world we live in.

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2023 Sponsors

For more than 70 years, Stockland has been creating and curating communities with people at the heart of the places we create.

As one of Australia’s largest diversified property groups, we are building on our legacy, helping more Australians achieve the dream of home ownership and creating places and spaces full of energy, soul and life - from residential and land lease communities, through to retail town centres, workplaces and logistics assets. Our purpose — a better way to live — is central to everything we do.

Wilson Parking is passionate about providing better parking experiences, to make the commute easier and allow people to do more with their day.

As Australia’s principal parking operator, Wilson Parking is trusted to manage parking for the leading commercial real estate organisations and their tenants. Allowing consumers and tenants staff to park more easily, whilst maximising the parking asset.

Wilson Parking leverages its expertise to develop new solutions, tailored with the customer and parking operation in mind. Shuffle is the latest innovation designed to make the management of staff and tenant parking easier.

Link to: www.wilsonparking.com.au/Business

Woods Bagot is a People Architecture company. We place human experience at the centre of our design process to deliver engaging, future-oriented projects that respond to the way people actually use space.

We do this as a global design and consulting studio with a team of over 850 experts working across 17 studios in Australia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

Our Global Studio model allows us to work collaboratively across time zones, using the latest technology and design intelligence to deliver the best built outcomes for clients globally.

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2023 Partners

As part of the world’s largest and leading global media company – News Corp, Custom Publishing’s aim is to engage more Australians and connect more customers through their tailored publications.

Working in collaboration with national industry leaders and associations, the custom publishing team produce stunning magazines with engaging content, to build and enhance relationships with client’s members, their communities and sponsors.

From creating the initial concept, content creation, through to design and distribution, the team can cover every aspect of the publication process, complemented by a vibrant digital and social media presence.

Lead by our custom publishing manager, our sales team offer strategic and tailored options to position client’s services or products directly into the hands of industry decision-makers. We can represent your magazine or website, while operating within an agreed policy to ensure only appropriate advertising is featured.

The Property Council Academy offers expert professional development courses to suit all aspects of the ever-growing property industry.

Why Choose the Academy?

• Learning Programs for all levels and sectors of the property industry

• Programs designed and delivered by today’s property industry leaders

• Flexible and practical courses, allowing you to design your own career path

• A dynamic alumni network to meet likeminded professionals and keep you connected

• Accrue CPD Points for all courses

• Earn credit towards a master’s degree at a growing number of universities

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On behalf of the entire panel of judges, I would like to express my gratitude and extend a sincere thank you to all the businesses and individuals who participated in the 2023 Innovation & Excellence Awards program.

These prestigious awards, which have been a tradition since 1982, aim to acknowledge and celebrate innovation, excellence, and success in the Australia’s built environment.

These awards are the culmination of the hard work and dedication of numerous individuals. I would like to express my appreciation to all Property Council members who invested significant time and effort in compiling their entries.

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We were truly impressed by the exceptional quality of the 157 finalist submissions across 19 categories, making the task of selecting a winner for each category an incredibly

This year, we have introduced a new distinction the “Highly Commended” award. This award, recognises exceptional developments which may not have won the top award in their

On behalf of the judging panel, I would like to offer my sincerest congratulations to the 2023

We are immensely grateful for your continued support of this important Awards program, which serves as a platform for recognising and promoting excellence in our industry.

NATIONAL JUDGE — NON-INVESTMENT

Denis is a National Director of Colliers International. Having completed over 46 years in the property industry, Denis is an industry leader in the management of major assets and portfolios for Global and Australian institutions, Federal and State Governments, Developers and Private Investors.

Denis has specialised in the planning, leasing, commissioning, management and sale of major commercial, industrial and retail projects. Denis is the chair of the Property Council of Australia’s Professional Development Committee and, since 1997 has been involved with a range of state and national committees and industry conferences.

He has also been a member of the judging panel for the Property Council of Australia/ Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards since 2006 and awarded Life Membership of the Property Council Academy in 2019.

Judges

For the investment and non-investment project award categories

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Rosina is a Principal in global architecture and design firm Woods Bagot. She is an Interior Designer with extensive global experience across Europe, Russia, Asia and Australia.

In London, Rosina led HSBC’s Global Headquarters at Canary Wharf and other prestigious projects for Bloomberg, Google, Barclays Capital, Cisco and Macquarie Group. Rosina delivered notable projects such as Grosvenor House by Jumeirah, Eccleston Square Hotel and award-winning Minthis Hills Golf Resort in Cyprus.

On her return to Australia, Rosina has led the interior design of the ground-breaking South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), Adelaide Convention Centre expansion, Hilton Collins Bar, the refurbishment of iconic Great Southern Rail’s Platinum Class on The Ghan and is leading BHP in their global portfolio of works and the refurbishment of the National Gallery of Australia’s James O Fairfax Theatre.

Rosina holds a position on the Property Council of Australia SA Division Council. She is a strong supporter of the Arts and is Ministerially appointed as a Board Member of Jam Factory and Carclew Youth Arts. She is a national judge for multiple industry design awards.

NATIONAL JUDGE — NON-INVESTMENT

Ross has over 20 years’ property industry experience in Australia and the UK, currently based in Perth with Hatch RobertsDay. He has worked on a range of industry committees for Property Council in Western Australia and serves as a judge for state as well as national awards.

Ross’ diverse expertise includes strategic project and property advice, project leadership in large and innovative infill projects, complex growth management, urban economics, place productivity, profitable urban sustainability, and urban leadership.

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Daniel is a real estate investor with 35 years’ experience managing direct and listed property investment portfolios. He has been active in Australian and international REIT markets for many years and launched one of Australia’s first Global REIT funds. He has experience as a commercial real estate valuer, UTS Property Economics course lecturer and Property Council Academy Property Investment and Finance course facilitator.

He currently chairs the Dexus Real Estate Securities Investment Committee, lectures part time and provides real estate advisory and valuation services with Sovereign Valuations.

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JUDGE — NON-INVESTMENT

Kristiana is the Director Strategic Relationships at GJK Facility Services. Prior to this role, she was the Co-founder and Director of FM Innovations, an award-winning technology company which she sold in early 2019 to PayApps, a leading global software platform for construction and building operations.

Kris is a graduate of AICD and was appointed the first female Chair of FMA Australia in 2015, and was on the board until 2022.

She is a Non-Executive Director of PayApps, an Ambassador of Housing All Australians, a Director of TEN Women, an Advisory Board member of PNO Insurance and an Advisory Board Member of GJK Facility Services.

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NATIONAL JUDGE INVESTMENT

Médy is the Founder of Haus Holdings, Cofounder of Vitae Capital, a Member of the University of Canberra Council and Chair of GenCap Wealth Funds Group.

His passion is applying commercial strategies to maximise improvements in financial, social, and environmental wellbeing. His companies are fundamentally social enterprises which specialise in equity, property, and the venture markets. He is a recognised national champion of diversity, inclusion and belonging.

With 25 years global and national experience working across all tiers of government, universities, corporate institutions and private investors, he has overseen $3B of investments and transactions. In 2021 he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia; he is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Building and is a Fellow of the Royal Society.

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NATIONAL JUDGE INVESTMENT FUTURE LEADER JUDGE

Adrian is Head of Wholesale IR and Fund Raising at Charter Hall. He has more than 30 years of experience in the funds management and real estate industries.

He is currently Chairman of the Federal Government’s National Housing Finance & Investment Corporation (NHFIC).

He was formerly Head of Funds Management at Folkestone, CEO Funds Management, UK and USA for Mirvac Group and has held senior positions at James Fielding Group, Deutsche Asset Management, Paladin Australia and the Property Council of Australia.

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NATIONAL JUDGE NON-INVESTMENT FUTURE LEADER JUDGE

Désirée is the Executive Director — Planning Services for Economic Development Queensland.

She has some 25 years’ professional and management experience with the last 15 years in leadership roles.

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Désirée spent 20+ years in the private sector as a planner and development strategy advisor across most development types and with particular interest in large and complex renewal projects, large residential and mixed use developments. Having moved to the State Government, Désirée now leads the planning and development assessment functions across Queensland’s Priority Development Areas.

Stephen is the Managing Director of Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) in New South Wales, and a member of the Global Board and Oceania Executive Committee. He has extensive experience in cost planning and financial reporting related to construction projects and prides himself on attaining the best value for money while respecting the clients project goals and bringing their imagination to life.

Stephen’s flagship projects include the new Sydney Fish Markets, Barrack Place, 33 Alfred Street revitalisation, Chatswood Chase Redevelopment, Greenland Tower, Opera Residence and David Jones refurbishment.

Stephen has worked with the Property Council of Australia on numerous occasions during his four decades in the industry and is also a board member of Monte Sant Angelo College, North Sydney.

Stephen is extremely proud of the long relationship RLB has with the Property Council of Australia and its sponsorship of the Innovation and Excellence Awards.

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NATIONAL JUDGE — INVESTMENT

John held an executive role in a professional cost consultancy practice for thirty-two years and has experience in every major facet of the profession working on projects with the smallest of budgets through to those in the hundreds of millions. His experience covers projects within the major cities of Australia, isolated civil projects and those overseas. He has lectured in cost planning and economics to graduate and post-graduate courses and provided expert witness advice in legal disputes.

John’s skills lie in a hands-on approach bringing his experience in contractual and cost planning matters together to provide risk-averse strategies.

Clinton Ostwald

DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION JUDGE

Clinton is an economics and property investment expert, with a focus on developing urban environments that create material benefits – for his clients and the community. He is adept at preparing market and economic insights that shape the development of major cities elements such as town centre mixed-use precincts, retail centres, residential areas and employment nodes.

Clinton applies his analytical and creative skills in areas as diverse as highest and best use strategies, economic impact assessments, retail master planning, residential market assessments and specialised land uses – such as student accommodation, education, health and tourism.

Clinton has had a long involvement with the Property Council of Australia, being a past member of the Diversity Committee (Deputy Chair), Corporate Real Estate Committee (Chair) and Retail Committee (Member). He has also presented Property Council Academy courses for over 15 years and has judged the Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Diversity Awards since its inception in 2017.

Chloe Philp DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION JUDGE

As the Diversity and Inclusion Manager at the Property Council of Australia, Chloe is a passionate advocate for positive change and inclusivity within the property industry. She spearheads member-facing programs that set industry standards for diversity and inclusion and cultivate a culture in line with the Property Council’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Chloe is proud to be part of the esteemed Property Champions of Change coalition, in her role as an Implementation Leader, collaborating with industry members to drive action to increase women in senior leadership roles and address social issues like domestic and family violence within the industry. Her commitment to creating a lasting impact empowers members to build inclusive workplaces and communities.

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NATIONAL JUDGE — NON-INVESTMENT

With nearly 25 years of experience, Arabella has held a number of roles across the built environment sector including a wide range of geographies, asset classes, industry sectors including commercial, education, health, residential and infrastructure.

With a diverse background including, sustainability, town planning and construction, Arabella has experience with the full life cycle of projects, from feasibility and planning to delivery and operation. Through her focus on strategic and project execution and a strong emphasis on driving innovation, Arabella has gained extensive experience with complex projects that have strong stakeholder and customer focus and achieve commercial, sustainability and community outcomes.

She is a vocal and active advocate for the property sector.

Karen Wong

NATIONAL JUDGE — NON-INVESTMENT

Karen is a Studio Director at Bates Smart’s Melbourne studio, where over the past decade she has created a lasting impact on the way people and communities engage with the practice’s designs.

Karen has been instrumental in the delivery of complex projects including Collins House, Capital Grand, Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street and Box Hill Central North. Karen’s extensive international experience has also enabled her to adeptly engage with clients looking to enter the Australian market.

Karen sits on the board and juries for the Council for Tall Buildings Australia, is a member of the Property Council’s Build to Rent Group and judges the Bates Smart Graduate Prize at the University of Melbourne.

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STATE / TERRITORY DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR WINNERS

By entering the National Innovation & Excellence Awards, development projects are automatically considered for the State/Territory Development of the Year (excluding Future Leader of the Year, Project Innovation, Development Innovation, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Public Art Project categories).

Developments are judged against all nominations in their state/territory and are not based on the category entered for the National Awards. Judging for both national and state/territory awards take place simultaneously with projects across all categories judged against one another in each state/ territory.

Congratulations to the 2023 State/Territory Development of the Year winners.

WINNER ACT Development of the Year

Throsby Residential Community

Horse Park Drive, Throsby ACT

Owned by: Suburban Land Agency

Nominated by: Suburban Land Agency

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WINNER

SA Development of the Year

BHP Adelaide

10 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA

Owned by: BHP

Nominated by: BHP

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State / Territory Development of the Year Winners WINNER WA Development of the Year Walyalup Koort 151 High Street, Fremantle WA Owned by: Sirona Urban and City of Fremantle Nominated by: Sirona Urban PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA | RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL INNOVATION & EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2023 31

Bringing imagination to life

Brookfield Place Sydney is a transformational mixed-use development combining heritage preservation with a rejuvenated transport hub and delivering next-generation commercial and retail space. An innovative solution to a challenging transport amalgam, it was the first real estate Unsolicited Proposal approved by NSW Government and sets a new benchmark for transport-oriented developments.

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All national project development finalists go in the running for the Property Industry’s most coveted prize — The Rider Levett Bucknall Australian Development of the Year.

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Australian Development of the Year WINNER

Brookfield Place Sydney

10 CARRINGTON STREET, SYDNEY NSW

Brookfield Place Sydney is a transformational mixed-use development combining heritage preservation with a rejuvenated transport hub and delivering next-generation commercial and retail space. An innovative solution to a challenging transport amalgam, it was the first real estate Unsolicited Proposal approved by NSW Government and sets a new benchmark for transport-oriented developments.

Owned by:

Brookfield, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund, UniSuper & funds managed by Dexus

Nominated by: Brookfield Properties

Project Team

Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: Make and Architectus

Planner: Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Multiplex

Financier: Syndicate of NAB, ANZ, CBA, Credit Agricole, Bank of China and SMBC

Others: Legal Services & Office Leasing Legal: King & Wood Mallesons, Retail Leasing Legal: Minter Ellison, Office Leasing: Cadigal, Retail Leasing: CBRE & United Property Services, Building Services: ARUP, Structural: TTW, Heritage: GML & Adriel Consulting, Project Manager / Superintendent: Generate Property Group, Transit Hall

Project Manager: TSA Management, Private Certifier: Group DLA, Independent Certifier: Essence Project Management, Independent

Commissioning: ECS, Retail Fitout Coordination: Dynamic Projects, Construction Programming: CPM Consulting, Wayfinding & Signage: Diadem, Public & Lobby Artwork: UAP, Land Surveyor: Veris.

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Ranked 3rd most sustainable residential developer in Australia and Oceania, and within the top 9% globally

Landcom is a NSW Government owned land and property development organisation. We are a commercial business that develops land to achieve both public outcomes and financial benefits for the people of NSW.

Landcom’s ambition is to make a positive di erence in people’s lives across NSW by increasing the supply, a ordability and diversity of housing and creating sustainable communities.

To achieve our ambition and the NSW Government’s urban management objectives, we are focussed on the following four goals:

Increasing housing supply

Expansion into regional NSW

Leadership in

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Award for BEST AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

This award category seeks to award organisations that are committed to meeting an ever-increasing market demand for affordable housing.

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AWARD FOR BEST AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

WINNER

11 Gibbons Street, Redfern

11 GIBBONS STREET, REDFERN NSW

St George Community Housing’s 11 Gibbons Street development of social and affordable housing represents urban renewal at its best.

Built in the heart of Redfern, this sustainable 18-storey building achieves an average 8-star NatHERS rating. Featuring 162 homes, a community hub, playground, bicycle storage, workshop, commercial and office spaces, and culturally significant public art.

Owned by:

St George Community Housing

Nominated by:

St George Community Housing

Project Team Developer: St George Community Housing

Architects: DKO Architecture

Planner: Keylan

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Lendlease

Consultants: Northrop, ABC Consultants, In View, Steve Watson Partners

Financier: National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation

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ADIRA APARTMENTS, WOY WOY

1 Waratah Avenue, Woy Woy NSW

Adira Apartments at Woy Woy provides opportunities for older women to access safe, secure, long-term rental accommodation. The mixed-tenancy complex includes a combination of social, affordable and market-rate rentals, specifically designed for older women who represent the fastest growing demographic of people experiencing homelessness.

Owned by:

Pacific Link Housing

Nominated by:

Pacific Link Housing

Project Team

Developer: Pacific Link Housing

Architects: ADG Architects

Planner: Barker Ryan Stewart

Quantity Surveyor: Muller Partnership

Builder: MARS Building

Consultants: TCB Project Management

Financier: National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation

Other: Marline Newcastle

CORREA GARDENS

22 Robert Street, Corrimal NSW

Correa Gardens is proof that decent affordable housing for all is achievable with the right partners and mindset. National property group Traders In Purple worked with NSW Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC) and Housing Trust to create 34 social and affordable homes, delivered as the cost of renting spiralled.

Owned by:

Housing Trust

Nominated by:

Traders In Purple

Project Team

Developer: Traders In Purple

Architects: ADM Architects

Planner: TCG Planning

Quantity Surveyor: Mitchell Brandtman

Builder: Traders In Purple

Consultants: Ochre Landscaping

Financier: ANZ Bank

Other: MRC Engineering

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METROPOL

Building 1: 81 Cooyong Street, Reid ACT

Building 2: 83 Cooyong Street, Reid ACT

Building 3: 1 Boolee Street, Reid ACT

Metropol: Where urban and suburban living converge in the heart of Canberra. With innovative design, affordable prices, varied floorplans, low-maintenance living, and a central location, Metropol is the epitome of excellence in affordable residential projects.

Owned by: Geocon

Nominated by:

Geocon

Project Team

Developer: Geocon

Architects: Fender Katsalidis

Planner: Purdon Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Geocon

Consultants: Landscape Architect: Oculus

Financier: Goldman Sachs — Senior Debt

STATION STREET, WICKHAM

43 Station Street, Wickham NSW

Station Street is a social and affordable housing development delivered in partnership between Home in Place, the NSW Government, and the City of Newcastle. The project sets a benchmark for the standard of affordable housing and is a reminder of what’s possible when government and community housing providers work together.

Owned & Nominated by:

Home in Place

Project Team

Developer: Home in Place

Architects: CKDS

Planner: Stephen Barr

Quantity Surveyor: Aplas Group

Builder: North Construction & Building

Consultants: Donn Architects

Finalists

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Award for BEST BUSINESS OR INDUSTRIAL PARK

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WINNER

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LOGOS Heathwood Logistics Estate 408 STAPYLTON ROAD, HEATHWOOD QLD

LOGOS’ Heathwood Logistics Estate is a world-class 24.5 hectare site boasting advanced automation, robotics, high bay, co-location, and cold storage capabilities. Located in Heathwood in South East Queensland, the Estate comprises three purpose-built facilities occupied by globally-recognised brands, Asahi, Hilton Foods, and Primary Connect and delivers critical suppliers to Australian retailers.

Owned by: LOGOS Group

Nominated by: LOGOS Group

Project Team

Developer: LOGOS Group

Architects: McVeigh (Asahi)

Wattson Young (Hilton & Woolworths)

Planner: RPS

Quantity Surveyor:: WT Partnership

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Builder: Asahi: FDC Construction

Hilton: Hansen Yuncken

Woolworths: Vaughan’s

Estate Civils: Shadforths

Consultants: McVeigh, Costin Roe, Tungstan

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KEYWEST DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

1 Carmen Street, Truganina VIC

1KeyWest Distribution Centre is a $44M masterplanned estate delivering over 30,500 sqm of architecturally designed warehouse and office space with a focus on sustainability. The estate is strategically located in Truganina, Melbourne’s fast-growing western corridor, attracting high-calibre tenants JB Hi-Fi and Brandlink who value key locations, flexibility and long-term business benefits.

Owned by: Stockland

Nominated by: Stockland

Project Team

Developer: Stockland

Architects: Watson Young Architects

LOOP

62 Ferndell Street, Granville NSW

Strategically located in Granville, LOOP is Sydney’s best-connected industrial hub for e-commerce offering 57,321 sqm of industrial and office space across four warehouses on 10 hectares. The estate is designed with sustainability and flexibility front of mind, with highquality onsite and adjacent amenity making LOOP the ideal home for future-focused businesses.

Owned by:

Dexus & DALT

Nominated by: Dexus

Project Team

Developer: Dexus & DALT

Architects: Nettleton Tribe

Planner: WillowTree

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Richard Crookes Construction

Consultants: Project Strategy (Project Manager)

PORT WAKEFIELD ROAD DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

54 Port Wakefield Road Distribution Centre, Gepps Cross SA

The $194M 68,000 sqm 5 Star Green Star Metcash Mega DC development provides a custom-built innovative facility for the Group’s SA and NT operations. Strategic staging enabled Metcash’s liquor business to be fully operational during construction and relocated once the new facility was constructed at another location on the site.

Owned by:

Charter Hall

Nominated by:

Charter Hall

Project Team

Developer: Charter Hall

Architects: Intro Architects

Planner: Ahrens Constructions

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Ahrens Constructions

Consultants: Greenstar: Dsquared Consulting

Other: Building Certifier: Katnich Dodd

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ROE HIGHWAY LOGISTICS PARK

Logistics Boulevard, Kenwick, WA

ROE is a 75 hectare industrial land development with sustainability at its core. Targeting large scale logistics and warehouse requirements, ROE is one of the largest premium industrial estates in Perth. Road and rail connections, including RAV7 access, enable tenants and owners to maximise efficiency in freight movements and logistics operations.

Owned by:

Hesperia, Fiveeight, Charter Hall

Nominated by:

Logistics Boulevard, Kenwick

Project Team

Developer: Logistics Boulevard, Kenwick

Architects: Concept Y

Jeff Freeman Architects

Planner: Taylor Burrell Barnett

Quantity Surveyor: McMullen Nolan Group

Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Q Design & Construct

Shelford Constructions

Capstone Construction

Consultants: Cundall

Cardno

Financier: Bankwest, Beverley Wright

Other: Wormall Civil

Densford Civil

Emerge Associates

Clean Energy Finance Corporation

Finalists

WILLIAMS SONOMA, THE HORSLEY PARK ESTATE

2A Johnston Cresent, Horsley Park NSW

San Francisco-based kitchenware retailer Williams Sonoma’s market-leading distribution centre at The Horsley Park Estate in Western Sydney combines a 16,748 sqm warehouse area with 1,019 sqm of premium office space. The facility is the first in Australia to implement a net-zero carbon solution through solar power, battery storage and biodiesel back-up generation.”

Owned by:

Frasers Property Industrial

Nominated by:

Frasers Property Industrial

Project Team

Developer: Frasers Property Industrial

Architects: HL Architects

Planner: Frasers Property Industrial

Quantity Surveyor: Boxall Surveyours

Builder: Hansen Yuncken

Financier: Frasers Property Industrial

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This award recognises innovation that creates significant advancement and improvement within a development.

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Brookfield Place Sydney

Brookfield Place Sydney embodies innovation across five key areas: strategic planning, design and construction, heritage restoration, transport integration and urban regeneration. Innovative architectural design combined with ground-breaking construction methods enabled a 27-level Premium Grade office tower to be built over a live rail station concourse.

Owned by: Brookfield, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund, UniSuper & funds managed by Dexus

Nominated by: Brookfield Properties

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405 BOURKE STREET

The award-winning 405 Bourke Street comprises a 32-level, 66,000 sqm vertical commercial campus and retail laneway connecting Bourke and Little Collins Streets. Utilising a cantilevered truss system to unlock expansive, campus-style floorplates from a 700 sqm land parcel, 405 Bourke Street redefines Melbourne’s city skyline while exemplifying excellence in development.

Owned by:

Brookfield Properties and ISPT

Nominated by: Brookfield Properties

CARSELDIN VILLAGE

As a showcase residential community, Carseldine Village demonstrates how green technology can tangibly benefit residents, the community, and the planet. We’re packing technological innovations into every home, making them comfortable and affordable. Each home includes solar PV, battery, EV charger ready, Wi-Fi air conditioning, and heat pump hot water system.

Owned by: Economic Development Queensland

Nominated by: Economic Development Queensland, DSDILGP, Queensland Government

ENTRIVO DOOR INSIGHTS

The dormakaba Entrivo Door Insights product will revolutionise the way automatic doors are managed. With real-time insights and user-friendly application, you can easily monitor and manage connected doors. Entrivo Door Insights offers a more efficient, informed and cost-effective door management solution.

Owned by: dormakaba Australia

Nominated by: dormakaba Australia

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GEMLIFE VPP PROJECT

GemLife’s Virtual Power Plan program provides onsite renewable energy to GemLife Palmwoods’ 185 homes, Country Club, Summer House, and onsite resort manager’s residence. This program sets the benchmark in active over 50s lifestyle resorts and will be rolled out to all GemLife resorts in the future.

Owned by: GemLife

Nominated by: GemLife

HARRIOTT ARMSTRONG CREEK

Since 2018, Jinding has worked closely with the City of Greater Geelong and consultants to develop an innovative masterplan for Harriott, Armstrong Creek. The revised masterplan increased the net developable area by removing the inefficient road network, increasing green space, adding 125 additional allotments, and providing access to adjacent amenities.

Owned by: Jinding

Nominated by: Jinding

Finalists

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MELBOURNE CONNECT

Melbourne Connect is Australia’s newest innovation precinct delivered in partnership with the University of Melbourne and a consortium led by Lendlease. Melbourne Connect brings industry leaders together to help researchers, industry, government and community unlock digitally driven, data-enabled and socially responsible solutions to our most pressing challenges.

Owned by:

University of Melbourne

Nominated by:

University of Melbourne and Lendlease

MIDTOWN CENTRE

Midtown Centre sets a new benchmark in commercial development across architecture, sustainability, innovative design, and construction through merging of two adjoining buildings nearing the end of their economic lives in the Brisbane CBD. An exemplar project of how to repurpose existing under-utilised assets into an innovative, relevant and contemporary workplace.

Owned by:

AM Brisbane CBD Investments

Nominated by: AsheMorgan & DMC Projects

RIVERMARK

Nestled in a unique riverside location within the established suburb of Viveash, an innovative commercial transaction with Midland Brick unearthed the opportunity to repurpose an industrial site, creating a carbon neutral, master planned community. An ecologically-led development, Rivermark provides infill benefits while celebrating its rich heritage and sense of place.

Owned by: Hesperia

Nominated by: Hesperia

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SCHOFIELDS GARDENS BOTTLEBRUSH

Bottlebrush, Schofields is a sustainably-focussed project in Sydney’s thriving North-west growth corridor. A defining feature of the community is its ground-breaking power generation and storage solution — a network of 201kW of solar panels and 24 Tesla Powerwalls — the first of its kind for an Australian residential community.

Owned by:

ALAND Developments

Nominated by: ALAND

SUBI EAST ABORIGINAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGER PROGRAM

Subi East is one of Western Australia’s first urban infill projects to deeply embed Whadjuk Noongar culture into the very fabric of its design and development. Through the first-of-its-kind Aboriginal Development Manager program, consultation with Traditional Owners and Elders placed Aboriginal history and culture at the heart of development decision-making.

Owned by: DevelopmentWA

Nominated by: DevelopmentWA

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Award for BEST MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITY

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This award is for a master planned community.

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WINNER

Baringa at Aura

1 LUKIN TERRACE, BARINGA QLD

Baringa is the first suburb of Stockland’s future city of Aura on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, creating a highly connected, liveable and distinctive community for diverse living. Baringa was the top-selling development in Australia for two consecutive years to December 2019, selling out in around half the time anticipated by Stockland.

Owned by: Stockland Development

Nominated by: Stockland Development

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NEW BREEZE AT BARDIA

77 Bardia Avenue, Bardia NSW

Spanning 89 hectares, New Breeze is a vibrant new masterplanned community, pioneering a range of affordable housing types in South Western Sydney. The thriving community is strategically positioned beside Bardia Public School and adjacent to Edmondson Park Train Station and Ed Square Town Centre.

Owned by:

Dahua Group Australia

Nominated by:

Dahua Group Australia

Project Team

Developer: Dahua Group Australia

Architects: Design IQ

Planner: APP

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: TRN Group

Consultants: Place Design Group

REPUBLIC PRECINCT BY GEOCON

1 Grazier Lane, Belconnen ACT

Republic Precinct is setting so many new benchmarks. It’s forcing a pretty major rethink for developers and buyers alike. We live in a rapidly-evolving international city and local property buyers have every right to expect a whole lot more these days.

Owned by:

Geocon

Nominated by: Geocon

Project Team

Developer: Geocon

Architects: Fender Katsalidis

Planner: Purdon Town Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Geocon Constructors

Consultants: Oculus Landscape Architect

Financier: Senior Facility — Goldman Sachs

Other: BCA

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THROSBY RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY

Horse Park Drive, Throsby ACT

Quintessentially Canberran, Throsby is a residential subdivision in Gungahlin, developed by the ACT Government’s SLA. Spanning approximately 106 hectares, it features 1,100 dwellings, community facilities, and high-quality open spaces. Providing a variety of block sizes, attractive streetscapes, vistas, connected by pedestrian and cycle networks, Throsby is home to 2,500 people.

Owned by: Suburban Land Agency

Nominated by: Suburban Land Agency

Project Team

Developer: Suburban Land Agency

Planner: Tait Waddington (urban design)

Builder: (Civil Contractors) Canberra Contractors, Woden Contractors, Group 1 Contractors

Consultants: Calibre Consulting (engineering)

Finalists

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Award for BEST HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT

This award recognises innovation excellence in heritage related development or adaptive reuse projects. The award recognises outstanding conservation projects, adaptive reuse of existing buildings/sites or high-quality infill development within a historic context.

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WINNER

Locomotive Workshop, South Eveleigh

1 LOCOMOTIVE STREET, EVELEIGH NSW

The revitalization of the iconic Locomotive Workshops has delivered a unique new workplace, culture and heritage hub for Sydney. With the design philosophy focused upon creating a great urban experience, the Locomotive Workshops will become a new destination, making a positive contribution to Sydney and its rich heritage.

Owned by:

Mirvac and Australian Retirement Trust

Nominated by: Mirvac

Project Team

Developer: Mirvac

Architects: Sissons

Builder: Mirvac Constructions

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THE TASMAN HOTEL, PARLIAMENT SQUARE HOBART

12 Murray Street, Hobart TAS

Citta remained committed to our vision for Parliament Square and The Tasman Hotel as one of Australia’s most important urban renewal projects. This long term complex staged project has regenerated an important city block in Hobart, respecting and renewing significant heritage buildings while transforming the site for the future.

Owned by:

Parliament Square Property

Nominated by:

Citta Property Group

Project Team

Developer: Trawalla Group / Citta Property Group

Architects: fjmt studio

Planner All Urban Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Vos Construction & Joinery

Consultants: Design 5 Architects, JPDC, Dreamtime Design, FJMT, Taylor Thompson Whitting, Northrop, Arup, JMG, GHD, Electrolight, ETC Consulting, YMD, Art Duo, Pitt & Sherry.

Financier: National Australia Bank

BROOKFIELD PLACE SYDNEY

10 Carrington Street, Sydney NSW

The award-winning Brookfield Place Sydney seamlessly integrates a railway concourse, new commercial offices, and retail with two significantly important heritage assets, Shell House and Beneficial House. It boasts one of the tallest heritage façades in the Southern Hemisphere. Brookfield Properties has set an impressive precedent for heritage-integrated cityscapes, showcasing development excellence.

Owned by:

Brookfield, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund, UniSuper & funds managed by Dexus

Nominated by:

Brookfield Properties

Project Team

Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: Make and Architectus

Planner Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Multiplex

Financier: Syndicate of NAB, ANZ, CBA, Credit Agricole, Bank of China and SMBC.

Other: King & Wood Mallesons, Minter Ellison, Cadigal, CBRE & United Property Services, ARUP, TTW, GML & Adriel Consulting, Generate Property Group, TSA Management, Group DLA, Essence Project Management, ECS, Dynamic Projects, CPM Consulting, Diadem, UAP, Veris.

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HARLEY DAY SURGERY

63 Palmer Place, North Adelaide SA

Harley Dental required the detailed restoration of a State Heritagelisted building whilst repurposing what was originally a home — and later, medical consulting offices — into a contemporary dental clinic and day surgery, requiring high standards of medical and health compliance in a structure that is over 120 years old.

Owned by:

Harley Dental

Nominated by:

Mykra

Project Team

Developer: ATi Implants and Harley Dental — joint developers

Architects: Studio Nine Architects

Planner: Hilditch Lawyers

Quantity Surveyor: Wilde & Woollard Australia

Builder: Mykra

Consultants: Bestec

Other: BB Architects

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QUEEN & COLLINS

376-390 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC

The collection of buildings collectively known as Gothic Bank Complex at the corner of Queen Street and Collins Street in Melbourne’s Central Business District was re-imagined. The three 19th century Boom-Era Neo-Gothic architectural landmarks and the 1990s Post-Modern ANZ Tower have been transformed in celebration of Melbourne’s remarkable neo-gothic heritage.

Owned by:

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Nominated by: The GPT Group

Project Team Developer: The GPT Group

Architects: Kerstin Thompson Architects, BVN Architecture

Planner: Tract

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery

Builder: Probuild Australia

Consultants: Lovell Chen

Other: Arup

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Menangle Park is a brand new, community in thriving South West perfect balance of secluded haven

COMMUNITY

Masterplanned community

Menangle Park is a brand new, premium masterplanned community in thriving South West Sydney, offering the perfect balance of secluded haven with connected living.

4,000+ new dwellings

COMMUNITY

Menangle Park is a brand new, premium masterplanned community in thriving South West Sydney, offering the perfect balance of secluded haven with connected living.

Menangle Park is a brand new, premium masterplanned community in thriving South West Sydney, offering the perfect balance of secluded haven with connected living.

Masterplanned community

4,000+ new dwellings

TRANSPORT

COMMUNITY

Masterplanned community

4,000+ new dwellings

TRANSPORT

Walk to Menangle Park Station

5 minute drive to Macarthur Station

EDUCATION

Future primary school and childcare

1.6 km to Broughton Anglican College

OPEN SPACE

Walk to Menangle Park Station

41 ha of quality open space

5 minute drive to Macarthur Station

Over 22 ha of playing fields

EDUCATION

ACCESS

Future primary school and childcare

Future Spring Farm Parkway

1.6 km to Broughton Anglican College

Direct access to the Hume Highway

TOWN CENTRE

Future Town Centre with supermarkets

5 minute drive to Macarthur Square

OPEN SPACE

TRANSPORT

41 ha of quality open space

Walk to Menangle Park Station

5 minute drive to Macarthur Station

Over 22 ha of playing fields

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EDUCATION

Future Spring Farm Parkway

Future primary school and childcare

Direct access to the Hume Highway

1.6 km to Broughton Anglican College

TOWN CENTRE

Future Town Centre with supermarkets

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RAAF DARWIN BANKSIAN HOUSE REFURBISHMENT

Building C0322, Grandarra Circuit RAAF Base Darwin NT

Banksian House is the Commander’s residence at Royal Australian Air Force Base Darwin, designed by acclaimed architect Beni Burnett and built in 1941. Extensive restoration work was undertaken in 2021, delivering outstanding outcomes and preserving original building fabrics for future generations to enjoy; whilst providing functional VIP spaces to RAAF users.

Owned by:

Defence — Royal Australian Air Force

Nominated by: Aurecon

Project Team

Architects: Hames Sharley

Planner: Aurecon

Quantity Surveyor: Aurecon

Builder: DDR Australia

Consultants: Aurecon

Financier: Directorate of Estate Works Program Office (DEWPO)

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SUBSTATION NO.164 BY BUILT

185 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW

SubStation No.164 is a rare development with complex challenges that left two heritage buildings dormant for decades. From adapting heritage buildings and overcoming a highly constrained site, to delivering the design and engineering requirements of the cantilevered glass extension, setting new sustainability benchmarks, SubStation No.164 demonstrates what ingenuity can achieve.

Owned by: Built

Nominated by: Built

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Project Team Developer: Built

Architects: fjmt studio

Planner: Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Built

Financier: Built, Nuveen, ANZ

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Award for DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION

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LESS THAN 250 EMPLOYEES

MORE THAN 250 EMPLOYEES

This award recognises and promotes the positive contribution made by organisations that demonstrate a holistic and longterm commitment to diversity, equity & inclusion within the property industry in the past 12 months as at 31 December 2022.

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WINNER Landcom

Landcom is a proud Diversity and Inclusion leader. They apply an organisational-wide approach to build an inclusive workplace. Landcom’s success includes diversity across their Board and Executive, employee-led collaboratives, female leadership programs, and partnerships with the Australian Network on Disability and Public Sector Commission to provide internal and external rigour.

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CYGNET WEST

Cygnet West has provided standout leadership in the WA property industry, embedding diversity of race, religion, gender, sexuality and class into a culture that celebrates and creates a safe space for difference — resulting in understanding, collaboration, innovation and excellent outcomes for staff and clients.

DESIGNINC SYDNEY

As a medium-sized organisation (120 people), DesignInc Sydney is an exemplar of diversity and inclusion within our sector. We punch above our weight, actively foster a culture of equity, diversity and inclusion across our organisation and affecting change in our industry.

Finalists

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WINNER

WINNER

Frasers Property

Frasers Property have an over-arching commitment to Diversity and Inclusion across everything they do. Their programs foster an environment and culture in which everyone is respected, empowered and heard. Frasers Property recognise and celebrate the differences of their people and provide equal opportunities and flexible arrangements to support everyone equally.

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BGIS

BGIS is a proactive leader in promoting workplace diversity across Indigenous, Women in Facilities and is an ally for the LGBTQIA+ community. BGIS has successfully led many recruitment campaigns that were specifically focused on attracting Indigenous candidates, Women to the Facilities industry, Disability, Veterans, and Refugees.

CBRE

CBRE is committed to achieving diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) in the workplace, as we strive to create an environment that reflects the wide range of clients and communities we serve.

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JOHN HOLLAND

An industry game-changer, the partnership between the AFLW and John Holland is centred around the joint vision of increasing opportunities for women in both sport and construction by connecting players with a range of flexible employment, education resources, career development and mentoring, and other opportunities which accommodate their sporting commitments

TSA MANAGEMENT

TSA has 650 consultants with a collective mission to generate positive community outcomes. TSA is committed to providing a workplace that promotes and celebrates diversity and ensures an inclusive environment so that every team member can bring their whole self to work - everyone can thrive!

Finalists

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Award for GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP

This award recognises significant innovation and excellence of a local, state or federal government department or authority in its dealings with the property investment and development industries.

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WINNER

WINNER

Green Square Town Centre

ZETLAND NSW

South Sydney’s oldest industrial area is transforming into a new vibrant neighbourhood. The Green Square town centre will showcase world class urban design with sustainable infrastructure and community facilities including library, aquatic centre, school, parks, childcare and creative hub. Infrastructure is funded by a value capture scheme and capital allocations.

Owned and Nominated by: City of Sydney Council

Project Team

Architects: Peter Stutchbury Architecture, CHROFI (Choi Ropiha Fighera), Fox Johnston Architects, Andrew Burges Architects, Grimshaw Architects, Taylor Cullity Lethlean (Landscape Architects), Stewart Hollenstein, CSA

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Planner: AECOM, Mecone, JBA Urban Planning Consultants

Quantity Surveyor: AECOM, VG Consulting, Altus Group, MBM, Turner & Townsend, Wilde & Woollard

Builder: Ford Civil Contracting, Ertech, Icon Construction, HBS Group, Lahey Constructions, CPB Contractors John Holland

Financier: City of Sydney

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6 PARRAMATTA SQUARE

Darcy Street, Parramatta NSW

Property & Development NSW’s Parramatta Hub, delivered in partnership with Walker Corporation, is the largest single government workplace in the Southern Hemisphere providing an industry exemplar for the outstanding outcomes that can be realised through a commitment to excellence in the built environment and innovation in workplace planning for the future.

Owned by: Walker Corporation

Nominated by: Walker Corporation

Project Team

Developer: Walker Corporation

Builder: Built

UTS PLASTIC-FREE FOOD COURT

61 Broadway NSW

In August 2019 UTS opened the new 5 Star Green Star certified UTS Central Building containing Australia’s first Plastic-Free Food Court. All take-away food containers and packaging are compostable, and drinks are sold in recyclable glass, aluminium and paperboard only.

Owned by:

University of Technology Sydney

Nominated by:

University of Technology Sydney

Project Team

Developer: University of Technology Sydney

Architects: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

Builder: Richard Crookes Constructions

Consultants: Steensen Varming (ESD & Green Star consultants)

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WARRICK LANE, BLACKTOWN CITY TRANSFORMATION PROJECT

1 Warrick Lane, Sydney NSW

This project is a city-making exercise at a most ambitious scale. It creates social, environmental and commercial value where previously absent. The project is an extremely important piece of community infrastructure that has rejuvenated this area of the Blacktown CBD and will be a catalyst for future transformation.

Owned by: Blacktown City Council

Nominated by: Blacktown City Council

Project Team Developer: Blacktown City Council

Architects: Urban design and masterplan: Blacktown City Architects Office with: JMD: Public Domain, Urban design and Landscape, COX: Architecture, Detailed design and construction: Blacktown City Architects Office with: Public Domain and Landscape Architecture: McGregor Coxall

Planner: BBC Consulting Planners

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery Australia

Builder: AW Edwards

Consultants: Project Manager: Signature Project Management, Civil Engineer: Cardno, Structural Engineer: Cardno Mechanical / Electrical / Lift / ESD

Lighting: Steensen Varming

Traffic Engineer: GTA Consultants

Public Art: Skunk Control & Blak Douglas

Financier: Blacktown City Council

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SECURE PROJECT FUNDS WITHOUT BREAKING BUILDER RELATIONSHIPS

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Award for BEST MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

This award recognises and rewards innovation in a mixed use development. For the purpose of the award, a mixed use development is a development that comprise at least two substantive uses of the following; office, retail, residential, tourism and leisure, community facilities, logistics/ warehouse, distribution or high technology.

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WINNER

WINNER

Brookfield Place Sydney

10 CARRINGTON STREET, SYDNEY NSW

Brookfield Place Sydney is a transformational mixed use development combining heritage preservation with a rejuvenated transport hub, delivering next-generation commercial and retail space. Brookfield Properties unlocked the potential to develop this complex project on a 4,454 sqm site by the successful amalgamation of five individual properties on Carrington and George Streets.

Owned by:

Brookfield, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund, UniSuper & funds managed by Dexus

Nominated by:

Brookfield Properties

Project Team Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: Make and Architectus

Planner Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Multiplex

Financier: Syndicate of NAB, ANZ, CBA, Credit Agricole, Bank of China and SMBC.

Other: King & Wood Mallesons, Minter Ellison, Cadigal, CBRE & United Property Services, ARUP, TTW, GML & Adriel Consulting, Generate Property Group, TSA Management, Group DLA, Essence Project Management, ECS, Dynamic Projects, CPM Consulting, Diadem, UAP, Veris.

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BURWOOD GRAND

47 Belmore Street, Burwood NSW

The $500M Burwood Grand is an incredible landmark mixed use development marrying high quality living spaces with superior access to amenities and comprises three multi-level residential buildings. One 11-storey tower, one 24-storey tower, and one 19-storey tower housing 498 apartments with premium finishes, 16 retail tenancies, 4,036 sqm of council chambers.

Owned by: Anson Group

Nominated by: Decode Sydney

Project Team

Developer: Anson Group

Architects: Kann Finch

Builder: Decode Sydney

ED.SQUARE

Corner of Soldiers Parade and Campbelltown Road, Edmondson Park NSW

Ed.Square is a modern, convenient and connected exemplar of mixed use community creation in the South-West Sydney Priority Growth Area and meets the demand for much-needed housing.

Ed.Square comprises 1,238 apartments, 646 terraces and townhomes; Town Centre with shopping, dining and entertainment precinct, and over six hectares of open space and parks.

Owned by:

Frasers Property Australia

Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia

Project Team

Developer: Frasers Property Australia

Architects: HDR Rice Daubney, Plus Architecture, Hassell, GroupGSA and Hames Sharley

Planner Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor Altus Group

Builder: Probuild and Growthbuilt

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EXCHANGE AT CURTAIN UNIVERSITY

1 Koorliny Way, Bentley WA

Exchange is Curtin University’s first dedicated innovation precinct. It’s a vibrant mixed use, medium-density and green urban heart designed to combine the qualities of great places around the world with industry and education. Exchange seeks to connect people by being a place to live, work, study or simply enjoy.

Owned by:

Curtin University

Nominated by: Curtin University

Project Team

Developer: Curtin University with Project Co (trading as Live In Learning)

Architects: John Wardle Architects; nettletontribe; Six Degrees Architects

Planner: Christou Design Group

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Lendlease; Probuild

Financier: Curtin University; Live In Learning via InfraRed Capital, NAB and CEFC

MELBOURNE CONNECT

700 Swanston Street, Carlton VIC

Melbourne Connect is Australia’s newest innovation precinct delivered in partnership with the University of Melbourne and a consortium led by Lendlease. Melbourne Connect brings industry leaders together to help researchers, industry, government and community unlock digitally driven, data-enabled and socially responsible solutions to our most pressing challenges.

Owned by: University of Melbourne

Nominated by: Lendlease

Project Team Developer: Lendlease

Architects: Woods Bagot

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: McKenzie Group Builder: Lendlease

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PARLIAMENT SQUARE, HOBART

The block bound by Murray Street, Davey Street, Salamanca Place and Parliament House, Hobart TAS

The mixed use Parliament Square project renewed a significant but dilapidated city block in Hobart, creating exceptional public benefit and delivering urban and architectural design excellence. The recent sale was the largest real estate deal in Tasmania, validating the successful value proposition of the development.

Owned by:

Parliament Square Property

Nominated by:

Citta Property Group

Project Team

Developer: Trawalla Group (Developer); Citta Property Group (Development Manager)

Architects: fjmtstudio

Planner: All Urban Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Vos Construction & Joinery

Consultants: TTW, Arup, GHD, Pitt and Sherry, Design 5 Architects, JPDC, Dreamtime Design, FJMT, Taylor Thompson Whitting, Northrop, Arup, JMG, Electrolight, ETC Consulting, YMD, Art Duo.

Financier: National Australia Bank

QUAY QUARTER LANES

City block bordered by Young and Loftus Streets, Circular Quay, Sydney NSW

Quay Quarter Lanes is a vibrant mixed use precinct which is part of Quay Quarter Sydney, an 11,000 sqm precinct, transforming Sydney CBD by bringing together workers, residents and visitors. The buildings are connected via activated laneways and public art by Jonathan Jones to establish a new urban village.

Owned by:

AMP Capital (now Dexus)

Nominated by:

Dexus Wholesale Office Fund, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund & Rest Superannuation

Project Team

Developer: AMP Capital (now Dexus)

Architects: Masterplan BVN architects 11 Young Street and 15 Young Street, SJB 8 Loftus Street, Studio Bright 18 Loftus Street, Silvester Fuller Hinchcliff House, Carter Williamson Gallipoli Memorial Club, Lippmann Partnership Public Domain, ASPECT Studios

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Richard Crookes Constructions Pty Ltd

Consultants: Urbis Town Planning, Urbis Heritage Public Art, Barbara Flynn Pty Ltd Public art, Jonathan Jones

Financier: Owner funds

Other: Favetti, Acoustic Logic, Simpson Kotzman, Harris Page & Associates, Air Conditioning Engineering Services, Inhabit, SCP, Structural and Civil Engineer Group DLA, BCA

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QUEEN & COLLINS

376-390 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC

Queen & Collins delivers an extraordinary workplace with Venetianinspired courtyards and neo-gothic architectural flourishes, all integrated with retail and hospitality that serves the wider neighbourhood. It is a ‘city within a city’, contesting long-held workplace conventions and integrating a vision for a future workplace with social connection at its heart.

Owned by:

The GPT Group

Nominated by:

The GPT Group

Project Team

Developer: The GPT Group

Architects: Kerstin Thompson Architects, BVN Architecture

Planner: Tract

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery

Builder: Probuild Australia

Consultants: Arup

Other: Aurecon

REPUBLIC PRECINCT BY GEOCON

1 Grazier Lane, Belconnen ACT

Republic Precinct is setting so many new benchmarks. It’s forcing a pretty major rethink for developers and buyers alike. We live in a rapidly-evolving international city and local property buyers have every right to expect a whole lot more these days.

Owned by: GEOCON

Nominated by: GEOCON

Project Team Developer: GEOCON

Architects: Fender Katsalidis

Planner: Purdon Town Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: GEOCON Constructors

Consultants: Oculus Landscape Architect

Financier: Senior Facility — Goldman Sachs

Other: BCA

Finalists

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RHODES CENTRAL

6-8 & 14 Walker Street, Rhodes NSW

Rhodes Central is the $800M first stage of Billbergia’s $2.5billion master planned development, featuring 558 apartments in one 39-storey tower crowned by a heliostat and second 25-storey tower. Located above a 13,181 sqm retail and dining precinct, the project has established a new Town Centre in the heart of Rhodes.

Owned by: Billbergia

Nominated by: Billbergia

Project Team

Developer: Billbergia

Architects: SJB

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Altus Group, Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Billbergia

Consultants: Blackett Maguire + Goldsmith (Principle Certifying Authority)

Financier: Billbergia Finance Manager

UNITINGSA WEST LAKES

1-3 Charles Street, West Lakes SA

UnitingSA West Lakes was born out of a vision to create an integrated aged care and retirement community, enabling older couples to remain together as their needs change. The five-storey vertical village features 108 Aged Care rooms, 17 Retirement Apartments and an active ground floor, with café, salon and commercial offices.

Owned by: UnitingSA

Nominated by:

UnitingSA

Project Team Developer: UnitingSA

Architects: Walter Brooke

Planner: Ekistics

Quantity Surveyor: Chris Sale Consulting

Builder: Kennett Builders

Consultants: Services Engineers: Bestec, Civil & Structural Engineers: PT Design

Financier: Self funded

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WALYALUP KOORT

151 High Street, Fremantle WA

Designed as the bustling civic heart of Fremantle, Walyalup Koort marked the revitalisation of the once declining City Centre. With a focus on providing considered public amenity within Walyalup Civic Centre and an engaging retail experience in FOMO, the project saw considerable support by the community and emerged a success.

Owned by:

Sirona Urban and City of Fremantle

Nominated by:

Sirona Urban

Project Team

Developer: Sirona Urban

Architects: Kerry Hill Architects, Hassell, HDR (now Rothelowman)

Planner: Element

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Probuild and Pindan

Consultants: Total Project Management, Cushman & Wakefield, CBRE, Metier, Lease Equity

Financier: Aware Super

Other: Design Theory, Art Theory, Work Shop Dine, Zebra Creative, Detail and Assembly Co

Finalists

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This award aims to recognise and publicly reward the efficient use of capital in a new or refurbished residential development.

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The Standard by Aria

15 MANNING STREET, SOUTH BRISBANE QLD

The Standard by Aria is a flagship development that transforms and transcends traditional Brisbane apartment living via an iconic tower focusing on innovative and world class features.

Owned by:

Aria Property Group

Nominated by:

Aria Property Group

Project Team

Developer: Aria Property Group

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RHODES CENTRAL RESIDENTIAL

6-8 Walker Street, Rhodes NSW

Rhodes Central is the $800M first stage of a $2.5billion masterplanned development, featuring 558 apartments in a 39-storey tower crowned by a heliostat, and a second 25-storey tower. Located above a 13,181 sqm retail and dining precinct, the project has established a new Town Centre in the heart of Rhodes.

Owned & Nominated by:

Billbergia

Project Team

Developer: Billbergia

Architects: SJB

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Altus Group, Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Billbergia

Consultants: Blackett Maguire + Goldsmith (Principle Certifying Authority)

Financier: Billbergia Finance

OPERA RESIDENCES

71 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW

Macrolink and Landream have taken out the Best Residential Development winner at the 2023 PCA Innovation & Excellence Awards for their record breaking $600 million project — Opera Residences. Completed in December 2021, the developers have created a building that speaks to Sydney with its high-end finishes, world-class architecture and stunning views.

Owned & Nominated by:

Macrolink & Landream Australia Land

Project Team

Developer: Macrolink & Landream Australia Land

Architects: Tzannes

Planner: Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

WT Partnership

Builder: Richard Crookes Constructions

Consultants: Deloitte PDS Group

Financier: National Australia Bank

Other Make Architecture

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AVALON BY MOSAIC

100 Duporth Avenue, Maroochydore QLD

Avalon reflects Maroochydore’s dynamic evolution into a worldclass destination. A cutting-edge aesthetic and forward-thinking architecture challenge traditional coastal form and finish, blending urban style with idyllic beachside living. Intelligent owner-occupier design and meticulous planning led to integrating two separate buildings housing a collection of oversized apartments, subpenthouses and penthouses.

Owned by: Mosaic Property Group

Nominated by: Mosaic Property Group

Project Team

Developer: Mosaic Property Group

BELA BY MOSAIC

15 Peerless Avenue, Mermaid Beach QLD

Owned by: Mosaic Property Group

Nominated by: Mosaic Property Group

Project Team Developer: Mosaic Property Group

Architects: Rothelowman

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Hutchinson Builders

Finalists

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BLUE AT LAVENDER BAY BY AQUALAND

61 Lavender Street, Milsons Point NSW

Aqualand’s BLUE at Lavender Bay, designed by PTW Architects, is an inspired example of how commercial buildings can be successfully repurposed into luxurious, high-end residences with unparalleled harbour views, in harmony with local landscapes. Innovative design transformed a 20-storey office structure into a stunning apartment complex featuring 125 residences.

Owned by:

Aqualand

Nominated by:

Aqualand

Project Team

Developer: Aqualand

Architects: PTW Architects

Planner: Robinson Planning

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Aqualand

Consultants: PTW

Financier: ANZ (Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited) and NAB (National Australia Bank Limited)

Other: PMBG&E (Structural Engineer)

COL JAMES STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

83-123 Eveleigh Street, Redfern NSW

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Owned by:

Scape & Aboriginal Housing Company

Nominated by:

Turner

Project Team

Developer: Deicorp

Architects: Turner

Builder: Deicorp

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ELENA LANE COVE BY HYECORP

11-17 Willandra Street, Lane Cove NSW

Elena Lane Cove offers 106 luxurious apartments with resort style amenity including an infinity edge pool, gymnasium, sauna, private cinema, private dining room with wine storage and small kitchen and kids’ activity room with purchasers offered the unique opportunity of fully customising their apartment through Hyecorp’s “Live Your Way”.

Owned by: Hyecorp

Nominated by:

Hyecorp

Project Team

Developer: Hyecorp

Architects: Hyecorp

Quantity Surveyor: Mitchell Brandtman

Builder: North Shore Property Construction

Consultants: Iscape Landscape Design

FENWICK

15-19 Fenwick Street, Kew VIC

Fenwick is a small-scale residential development perched atop the escarpment adjacent to Yarra Boulevard. The dwellings enjoy sweeping views of the Yarra River, Yarra Bend Golf Course and glimpses of Mount Macedon on the horizon. The development features three pavilions, with a total of eight apartments and a family home.

Owned by: ANGLE

Nominated by: ANGLE

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Project Team Developer: ANGLE

Architects: Edition Office

Planner: Edition Office

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: COBEN

Consultants: Eckersley Garden Architecture

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FITZROY HOUSE

75 Argyle Street, Fitzroy VIC

Created by Piccolo and designed in collaboration with the awardwinning team of Jackson Clements Burrows and Hecker Guthrie, Fitzroy House is a boutique development of 34 luxury homes within an architectural building that celebrates its heritage context, drawing on the unique character of its immediate surrounds through scale and materiality.

Owned by: Piccolo

Nominated by: Piccolo

Project Team

Developer: Piccolo

Architects: Jackson Clements Burrows Architects

Planner: Contour

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Minicon

Consultants: Interior Design: Hecker Guthrie, Structural, Services and Civil Engineering: The O’Neill Group, Building Surveyor: Reddo Building Surveyors Acoustic Consulting: Acoustic Logic Consultancy, ESD Consulting Services: ADP Consulting

Financier: Australia and New Zealand Banking Group

FOLIA APARTMENTS

59 Stables Circuit, Doncaster VIC

Nestled within the tranquil Tullamore community and thoughtfully designed by award-winning Mirvac Design, Folia Apartments has a strong connection to nature. Folia has set a new benchmark for apartment living in Doncaster, comprising of 102 apartments, garden terraces and grand penthouses across six levels.

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Owned by:

Mirvac Victoria

Nominated by: Mirvac Victoria

Project Team

Developer: Mirvac Development

Architects: Mirvac Design

Planner: Contour Town Planning

Quantity Surveyor: Mirvac Cost Planning

Builder: Mirvac Constructions

Consultants: Webber Design (Structure), Stantec (Services), Tract (Landscape Architect)

Financier: Mirvac Group

GRAND, PYRMONT BAY ESTATE

63-71 Harris Street, Pyrmont NSW

Grande, Pyrmont Bay Estate, merges luxury-living with architectural beauty and artistic expression in 11 premium multi-level terraced homes. Each is finished in original sandstone and timber and equipped with spas, saunas, pools and private lifts and soaring double-height ceilings enhancing the sense of light and space.

Owned by:

TWT Property

Nominated by:

Decode Sydney

Project Team

Developer: TWT Property

Architects: Team 2 Architects, Jackson Teece, Taylor Brammer Landscape Architects Pty Ltd

Quantity Surveyor: Napier & Blakely, MBM

Builder: Decode Sydney

Financier: Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ)

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HOME SOUTHBANK

260 City Road, Southbank VIC

Home is Australia’s leading creator and operator of apartment communities, designed exclusively for renters. Home Southbank is Australia’s first purposely designed and built BTR asset. Inspired by the services of great hotels, Home Southbank delivers luxe living, quality apartments, private on-site amenity, professionally managed services and events programs for residents.

Owned by:

GFM Investment Group ATF, GFM Home Trust Subtrust No. 1

Nominated by: HOME (BTR)

Project Team

Developer: Home

Architects: Bates Smart

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Icon

Consultants: COX, Buro North, Robert Bird, Stantec, Phillip Chun, RLB, Urbis, Acoustic Logic, Barber Design, Traffix, BGE, MEL

LITTLE HALL

5 Lincoln Square South, Carlton VIC

Little Hall represents a new kind of student living experience, offering a contemporary college experience within a premium apartment-style building. The design incorporates 669 residences with extensive social and academic spaces to enhance opportunities for peer support, social and educational enrichment, and co- and extracurricular learning.

Owned by:

The University of Melbourne

Nominated by: Hayball, The University of Melbourne

Project Team

Developer: The University of Melbourne

Architects: Hayball

Planner: Tract

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery

Builder: Hutchinsons

Consultants: Planning and Landscape: Tract; Structure and Civil: Webber Design; Services, Lucid; ESD - WGA / STANTEC; Façade: BG&E; Building Surveyor: PLP;

Acoustics: Octave; Fire: Omni, David Bick; Heritage Consultant: Leigh Consulting; Waste Consultant: Vipac, Wind; Impact — Traffic

Financier: The University of Melbourne

Finalists

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METROPOL

Building 1: 81 Cooyong Street, Reid ACT; Building 2: 83 Cooyong Street, Reid ACT; Building 3: 1 Boolee Street, Reid ACT

Metropol: Innovative Design, Community Impact, and Affordability — a worthy contender for the Best Residential Project Award at the 2023 Innovation & Excellence Awards!

Owned by:

Geocon

Nominated by: Geocon

Project Team

Developer: Geocon

Architects: Fender Katsalidis Architects

Planner: Purdon Town Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Geocon Constructors

Consultants: Landscape architect: Oculus

Financier: Senior Facility — Goldman Sachs

PAVILION

701 - 707 Old South Head Road, Vaucluse, Sydney NSW

ST.A

1 Griffiths Street, St Albans VIC

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Pavilion provides 19 high-end apartments in Sydney’s tightly held suburb of Vaucluse. Designed by architectural collective, MHNDU, Pavilion blends seamlessly with the surrounding natural and built environment.

Owned by:

Lamar 18 & HSN Property Group

Nominated by:

MHN Design Union

Project Team

Developer: Lamar 18 & HSN Property Group

Architects: MHN Design Union PTY, Michael Waterman

Planner: GSA Planning — George Karavanas

Quantity Surveyor: Coutts Cost Consulting, Andrew Coutts

Builder: HSN Construction

Consultants: Unlisted Collective, Interior Design

Financier: La Trobe

Other: Bates Landscaping

Developed by Cedar Woods, St.A at St Albans is a landmark development situated 16 km north west of Melbourne. Its success shows that a high quality, sustainable architecturally designed community can also be affordable, and help regenerate and reconnect under-utilised parts of St Albans with the neighbourhood.

Owned by:

Cedar Woods Properties

Nominated by:

Cedar Woods

Project Team

Developer: Cedar Woods

Architects: DKO Architecture

Planner: Tract

Builder: Burbank (townhouses), Figurehead (townhouses), Procon (civils)

Consultants: Calibre Survey, Tract Urban Design and Landscape, Urban Design and Management Engineer, Groundscience Geotechnical Engineer, Cardno Traffic Engineers

Financier: ANZ, NAB, Bankwest

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THE BROUGHAM

49 Brougham Place, North Adelaide SA

Offering redefined levels of elegance, luxury, and attention to design detail — The Brougham, located three kilometres from the Adelaide CBD, represents an unmatched lifestyle for residents. The boutique 18-residence development simultaneously provides panoramic views of the city whilst contributing to and enhancing the local community through sympathetic design, true-to-site heritage.

Owned by:

49 Brougham Place

Nominated by:

Hindmarsh Development Australia and 49 Brougham Place

Project Team

Developer: 49 Brougham Place Pty Ltd

Architects: PACT / Williams Burton Leopardi (interior)

Planner: Phillip Brunning

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

WT Partnership

Builder: Hindmarsh Construction Australia Pty Ltd

Consultants: Dsquared

Financier: National Australia Bank

Other: 18th Street

VOYAGER BY MIRVAC

103 South Wharf Drive, Docklands VIC

Located in Yarra’s Edge, Melbourne’s unrivalled riverfront sanctuary, on the north-facing bank of the Yarra River and rising 130-metres above the riverfront promenade, Voyager is a 43-level premium residential tower comprising 310 light-filled apartments, with spectacular views and stunning interior and exterior features including a striking bronzed curved façade.

Owned by: Mirvac

Nominated by: Mirvac

Project Team Developer: Mirvac

Finalists

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Quay Quarter Tower is home to ‘Roof for stray thoughts’, a monumental sculpture on the rooftop podium of Quay Quarter Tower. ‘Remembering Arabanoo’ is comprised of five unique artwork elements embedded into the architecture of the Quay Quarter Lanes.

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This award recognises the use of Public Art within projects/developments to create brilliant spaces and in turn enriching and enlivening our cities and suburbs.

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AWARD FOR BEST PUBLIC ART PROJECT

WINNER

WINNER

Quay Quarter Tower: “Roof for stray thoughts” & Quay Quarter Lanes:

“Remembering Arabanoo”

50 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY NSW

Quay Quarter Tower is home to “Roof for stray thoughts’, a monumental sculpture on the rooftop podium of Quay Quarter Tower. ‘Remembering Arabanoo’ is comprised of five unique artwork elements embedded into the architecture of the Quay Quarter Lanes.

Owned by: Dexus Wholesale Office Fund, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund & Rest Superannuation

Nominated by: AMP Capital (now Dexus)

Artist’s Name:

Quay Quarter Tower: Olafur Eliasson

Quay Quarter Lanes: Jonathan Jones

Consultants: Barbara Flynn (Curator)

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32 SMITH SUBTRACTIVE WALL ART

32 Smith Street, Parramatta NSW

The Public Wall Mural demonstrates the collaboration with Darug community to celebrate and recognise their thriving culture and community as this helps build understanding and shared pride in the Parramatta community. 32 Smith brings people together, with connections to the river, to the city and to tomorrow.

Owned by: The GPT Group

Nominated by: The GPT Group

Artist’s Name: Leanne Tobin

Consultants: Mark Lovelock, Di Emme

ALL OUR BOYS

158-164 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead NSW

‘All Our Boys’ is located at the entrance to the Highline Development in Westmead, former site of St Vincent’s Boys’ Home. A transformation of the traditional suburban gate; the paper-like sheets of mirrored pillars represent the boys who lived there, and the history of the home as a book-binding facility.

Owned by: Deicorp

Nominated by: Turner

Artist’s Name: Aniss Adler

Company Artist Art Project: Turner

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BURWOOD BRICKWORKS SHOPPING CENTRE CEILING MURAL & OUTER FAÇADE ARTWORK

70 Middleborough Road, Burwood East VIC

Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre makes a bold statement towards reconciliation. Frasers Property commissioned Indigenous artist Mandy Nicholson to create a striking artwork spanning 1,700 sqm across the ceiling and façade, connecting the site to its traditional heritage, reminding us of the depth of Wurundjeri culture and its relevance in contemporary society.

Owned by:

Frasers Property Australia

Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia

Artist’s Name: Mandy Nicholson

Company Artist Art Project: Balarinji

CHANDELIER LANE

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‘Chandelier Lane’ is an immersive kinetic installation by Office Feuerman in the new Eat Street in Stockland Wetherill Park. It highlights the unique intersection of cultures in the City of Fairfield. It reappropriates the domestic and cultural symbol of the chandelier that lights many meals shared between families and friends.

Owned by:

Name

Nominated by:

Name

Artist’s Name: Office Feuerman

Consultants:

Tim Phillips, Tilt Industrial Design

Company Artist Art Project: Office Feuerman

Finalists

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FISHERMANS BEND

477/481 Plummer Street, Port Melbourne VIC George Rose’s mural depicts a topographical map of Fishermans Bend before the Yarra River redirection in 1857. Colourful lines brightly represent the natural systems of the land and the new formations of life to represent our rich cultural history, paying homage to the building’s past.

Owned by: Woolworths Group (Fabcot)

Nominated by: Woolworths Group (Fabcot)

Artist’s Name: George Rose

GREETINGS, FLOWERS, PING PONG 1000

52 soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park NSW

There are three major public art components at Ed.Square: Greetings, Flowers and Ping Pong 1000. Each plays an integral role in reinforcing identity and creating belonging in the community, connecting it to its environment, its past and its future, while emphasising the Town Centre’s status as a regional destination.

Owned by:

Frasers Property Australia

Nominated by:

Frasers Property Australia

Artist’s Name: James Dive Consultants: Adrian Shapiro

Company Artist Art Project:

Scoundrel Projects

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INTERCHANGE PAVILION

Village Square, Davy Road, Eveleigh NSW

Mirvac and artist Chris Fox have interwoven contemporary design innovation and heritage considerations to realise Interchange Pavilion, a landmark public artwork in the heart of South Eveleigh. The Pavilion provides a unique point of connection and exchange, paying homage to the rich social, industrial and Indigenous history of its site.

Owned by: Mirvac

Nominated by: Mirvac

Artist’s Name: Chris Fox

Company Artist Art Project: Studio Chris Fox

RESOURCES

1 Bannockburn Road, Bannockburn QLD

‘Resources’, by artist Casey Coolwell-Fisher, a Quandamooka, Nunukul woman of Minjerribah, represents the Albert River, which provides the community with resources. Smaller rivers at the top and bottom of the design are outlets to the main river, while motifs along the top represent the community. The piece stands at 8mx38m.

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Owned by: Centa Group. Developed by Woolworths Group

Nominated by: Woolworths Group

Artist’s Name: Casey Coolwell-Fisher

Consultants: Savanah Powell, Woolworths Group

Company Artist Art Project: Chaboo

Others: Hutchinson Builders

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TO DANCE — WAKAKIRRA

1-5 Prince Street, Cobar NSW

TAFE NSW’s CLCs all feature local Aboriginal artwork that represents the artist’s history and story. Each project involved selecting an indigenous artist from each community to create, share and install their artworks at a CLC location. The artwork is part of our commitment to connect with indigenous communities and country.

Owned by:

TAFE NSW

Nominated by:

TAFE NSW

Artist’s Name: Hunter Barnes

VISY GLASS MURALS

71 Simcock Avenue, Spotswood VIC

Visy Glass in Spotswood breaks the mould of traditional industrial design, featuring uniquely designed murals of magnificent scale from celebrated street artists Kitt Bennett and Georgia Hill. The artwork thoughtfully pays homage to the history and industrial heritage of Spotswood. Modern elements throughout are a nod to the future.

Owned by: Cadence Property Group

Nominated by: Cadence Property Group

Artists Names: Kitt Bennett & Georgia Hill Company Artist Art Project: Street Art Network Juddy Roller

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WESLEY PLACE

130 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC

The $1.5M Public Art project at Wesley Place is unique in its scale, intricacy and approach. A highly integrated, diverse and transformative art program connects the site’s rich heritage with its future. Bringing together six leading Australian artists to achieve a thought-provoking and engaging art experience through the one hectare precinct.

Owned by: Charter Hall

Nominated by: Charter Hall

Artists Names: Emily Floyd, Trent Jansen, Maree Clarke, John Warwicker, Lisa Waup and Stanislava Pinchuk

Company Artist Art Project: Broached Commissions

Others: Rider Levett Bucknall

Finalists

DMANN Corporation (JV Partner), Fender Katsalidis (Architect), MaxCap Group (Financier), Hutchinson Builders, InDeMa Properties, DMC Projects, Inertia Engineering, BSE, Urbis, EMF Griffiths, Lat27, Arcadis, Norman Disney Young, Omnii, McKenzie Group, Impensa Consulting/WT Partnership, and Cardno/Mewing Planning
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Every day, we create places where millions of Australians live, work, shop or play. Sustainable and thriving communities which are full of energy, soul and life. As we move forward into a new era, the opportunities for those who find possibility as inspiring as we do are endless.

So, if you’re energised by common purpose, excited by bold and visionary thinking, and want to learn and grow together with the best in the business, then join us on our mission to create a better future for our people, communities and the planet.

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All national project finalists go in the running to be voted by the industry and crowned the People’s Choice Award.

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WINNER

73 Miller Street

73 MILLER STREET, NORTH SYDNEY NSW

73 Miller Street leads by example. Originally constructed in 1990, 73 Miller has transformed into a highly efficient and design focused building to rival and outperform against new development. The built and natural environment is celebrated throughout the use of recycled concrete, green walls, natural light and unobstructed harbour views.

Owned by:

KREA Nominees (a client of UBS Asset Management)

Nominated by: ESR Australia

Project Team

Developer: ESR Australia

Architects: Fitzpatrick Partners

Planner LFA

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Buildcorp

Consultants: Colliers International

Financier: Westpac

Other: Services Engineer: LCI, Structural Engineer: TTW

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Award for PROJECT INNOVATION

This Award recognises innovation that creates significant advancement and improvement within the property industry.

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AWARD FOR PROJECT INNOVATION

WINNER

Homes for Homes & Denman Prospect

Homes for Homes is a community-led solution to combat homelessness. By enacting Homes for Homes across Denman Prospect, the development has raised over $1 million dollars in six years to increase supply of social and affordable housing. Nationally, Homes for Homes has helped create secure housing for over 300 Australians.

Nominated by: Homes for Homes

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MURDOCH UNIVERSITY’S BOOLA KATITJIN — USE OF ROBOTICS IN CONSTRUCTION

In a world-first, Murdoch University, Aurecon and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) deployed robots on a ‘live’ site to construct part of Western Australiaâ’s first and largest mass engineered timber (MET) building, Boola Katitjin. This tripartite partnership demonstrated that productivity and safety could be improved in timber construction.

Nominated by: Aurecon

73 MILLER STREET

73 Miller Street leads by example. Originally constructed in 1990, 73 Miller Street has transformed into a highly efficient and design focused building to rival and outperform new development. The built and natural environment is celebrated throughout the use of recycled concrete, green walls, natural light and unobstructed harbour views.

Nominated by: ESR Australia

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405 BOURKE STREET

The award-winning 405 Bourke Street comprises a 66,000 sqm commercial campus and retail laneway connecting Bourke and Little Collins Streets. Utilising a cantilevered truss system to unlock expansive, campus-style floorplates from a 700 sqm land parcel, 405 Bourke Street redefines Melbourne’s city skyline while setting a new precedent for project innovation.

Nominated by: Brookfield Properties

BROOKFIELD PLACE SYDNEY

Brookfield Place Sydney is a transformational mixed-use development combining heritage preservation with a rejuvenated transport hub and delivering next-generation commercial and retail space.

An innovative solution to a challenging transport amalgam, it was the first real estate Unsolicited Proposal approved by NSW Government and sets a new benchmark for transport-oriented developments

Nominated by: Brookfield Properties

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CORYMBIA FARM & SANCTUARY

Corymbia Farm and Sanctuary forms a key pillar of The Star’s roadmap towards net-zero 2030. The project will support carbon emission reduction targets, biodiversity, and native forest regeneration. The Star will plant 100,000+ trees over five years and will seek to reforest three hectares for every hectare it operates.

Nominated by: The Star Entertainment Group

DESIGNSUITES BY GPT

DesignSuites by GPT are beautiful and functional workplaces created for you. They are enticing people back to the workplace with sophisticated spaces designed by industry leaders. Founded on the most advanced environmental and social sustainability principles, the intelligent workspaces foster collaboration, creativity and promote a sense of inclusion and wellbeing.

Nominated by: The GPT Group

MANTARAYS NIGALOO RESORT SOLAR BATTERY PROJECT

BGIS | HFM designed and installed a 173kW Solar and 150kWh Battery Project for the Mantarays Ningaloo Resort in Exmouth Western Australia under challenging regulatory and environmental conditions. The cost-effective solution used innovative and smart technologies to solve the challenges faced in this remote location.

Nominated by: BGIS | HFM

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MIDTOWN CENTRE

Midtown Centre sets a new benchmark in commercial development across architecture, sustainability, innovative design, and construction through merging of two adjoining buildings nearing the end of their economic lives in the Brisbane CBD. An exemplar project of how to repurpose existing underutilised assets into an innovative, relevant and contemporary workplace.

Nominated by:

PAVILIONS BLACKBURN LAKE

Set amongst lush woodlands, Pavilions Blackburn Lake presents a truly unique luxury retirement living experience. Designed as a celebration of health, wellness and the great outdoors, it’s the perfect place to achieve a balanced lifestyle and a positive state of mind.

Nominated by: VIA Architects

Finalists

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PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION SERVICE

NSW LRS has partnered with the property industry to transform how developers, government, surveyors and lawyers predict and prepare for registrations at critical points in the development project cycle. This innovative service has underpinned significant economic activity and public infrastructure within NSW.

Nominated by:

NSW Land Registry Services

VICTORIA HEALTH BUILDING AUTHORITY (VHBA) MODULAR EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT PROGRAM

A showcase of what is achievable with temporary buildings. Over 3,000 sqm of Modular Emergency Hospital Departments consisting of 48 isolation rooms and emergency beds across three sites. A highly technical modular facility constructed at scale and delivered against extremely short timeframes at the quality required for highstress clinical environments..

Nominated by: Erilyan Projects

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VICTORIA UNIVERSITY CITY TOWER

In an Australian commercial first, ISPT has deployed CSIROdeveloped tracking technology to transform three critical paths during the building of VU City Tower, a landmark education project. The solutions significantly improved the safety of construction workers and productivity on site, to set a new benchmark for smart construction connectivity.

Nominated by: ISPT

WATERFRONT BRISBANE

The $2.5 billion Waterfront Brisbane project by property leader Dexus stands as a shining example of innovative development thanks to a ground-breaking approach to community engagement. The Waterfront Brisbane app, is playing a critical role in reducing community impact throughout the construction process..

Nominated by: Dexus

Finalists

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Award for BEST PUBLIC BUILDING

This award recognises excellence in a new or refurbished public building. A public building is a building used for public visitation or occupied for the delivery of services to the community (whether or not it is owned by government) such as (but not limited to) healthcare, education, community facilities, sporting facilities, public infrastructure, art gallery or museum.

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AWARD FOR BEST PUBLIC BUILDING

WINNER

Australian Museum — Project Discover Stage 1

1 WILLIAM STREET, DARLINGHURST NSW

Project Discover Stage 1 is the largest renovation ever undertaken at Australia’s first museum, transforming it into a vibrant civic space and adding more than 3,000sqm of public space. The complex adaptive reuse project delivered a ‘blockbuster’ touring exhibition hall, enhanced patron facilities, as well as member and education spaces.

Owned by: Australian Museum

Nominated by:

ADP Consulting

Project Team

Architects: Cox Architecture with Neeson Murcutt + Neille

Planner: Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor: Altus Group

Builder: Kane Constructions

Consultants: ADP Consulting

Financier: NSW Government and Australian Museum

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ORANGE NSW WORKPLACE HUB

105 Prince Street, Orange NSW

PORT MELBOURNE SECONDARY COLLEGE

477 Graham Street, Port Melbourne VIC

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Property & Development NSW’s Orange Workplace Hub, delivered in partnership with Verde and ADCO, is an industry exemplar development delivering a regional A-grade public building that supports service delivery to the people of NSW, excellence in the built environment, and innovation in workplace. An inspiring home to 800+ employees.

Owned by:

Verdy Orange Pty Ltd

Nominated by:

Department of Planning & Environment, Homes, Property & Development

Project Team

Developer: Verdy Orange Pty Ltd

Architects: Woods Bagot

Builder: ADCO

Port Melbourne Secondary College is an inclusive learning environment designed for the health and wellbeing of its students, staff and the growing Fishermans Bend area residents. Designed to foster advanced design thinking, technology and creativity, the building serves as a future-thinking hub for students and the surrounding community.

Owned by:

Victorian School Building Authority, Department of Education and Training

Nominated by: Billard Leece Partnership

Project Team Developer: Victorian School Building Authority

Architects: Billard Leece Partnership

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Hutchinson Builders

Consultants: WSP, Philip Chun, Tract, Root Partnerships, Senversa / Golder, New Learning Environments, Morris Goding Access Consultants, One Mile Grid, WingID, Design IS

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SOMERSET SPECIALIST CENTRE

38 Somerset Street, Kingswood NSW

Anchored by globally-recognisable leaders in healthcare service provision including Cura, GenesisCare, Qscan and MonashIVF, the Somerset Specialist Centre is the foundation of a world-class medical ecosystem providing specialists access to the latest surgical, diagnostic and treatment facilities in a building exuding architectural refinement through its departure from typical healthcare design.

Owned by: Perpetual Corporate Trust Limited as custodian for the Nepean Investment Trust (Barwon Investment Partners is the Trustee/Fund Manager)

Nominated by: Barwon Investment Partners

Project Team

Architects: Bureau SRH

Consultants: Essence Project Management

WHYALLA SECONDARY COLLEGE

117 Nicolson Avenue, Whyalla Norrie SA

The Whyalla Secondary College is a $100M project that combined three high schools into one college in South Australia, accommodating up to 1,500 students from Years 7 to 12. The state-of-the-art college opened on time amidst COVID-19, creating an education precinct with UniSA and TAFE campuses.

Owned by:

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Nominated by: Turner & Townsend

Project Team

Developer: Department for Education

Architects: Cox Architecture

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Sarah Constructions

Consultants: Aurecon

Financier: Department for Education

Other: Department for Infrastructure and Transport

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Award for BEST OFFICE DEVELOPMENT

This award recognises and publicly rewards the efficient use of capital in a new or refurbished office development.

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Brookfield Place Sydney

10 CARRINGTON STREET, SYDNEY NSW

Brookfield Place Sydney has delivered 69,000 sqm of commercial office space and has enhanced connectivity between Wynyard Park and the newly pedestrianised George Street. Brookfield Place Sydney has made a significant contribution to the CBD by effectively delivering a large-scale, grand concourse arrival, befitting of a global city.

Owned by:

Brookfield, Mirvac Wholesale Office Fund, UniSuper & funds managed by Dexus

Nominated by:

Brookfield Properties

Project Team

Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: Make and Architectus

Planner Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Multiplex

Financier: Syndicate of NAB, ANZ, CBA, Credit Agricole, Bank of China and SMBC.

Other: King & Wood Mallesons, Minter Ellison, Cadigal, CBRE & United Property Services, ARUP, TTW, GML & Adriel Consulting, Generate Property Group, TSA Management, Group DLA, Essence Project Management, ECS, Dynamic Projects, CPM Consulting, Diadem, UAP, Veris.

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MIDTOWN CENTRE

155 Charlotte Street and 150 Mary Street, Brisbane QLD Midtown Centre sets a new benchmark in commercial development across architecture, sustainability, innovative design, and construction through merging of two adjoining buildings nearing the end of their economic lives in the Brisbane CBD. An exemplar project of how to repurpose existing underutilised assets into an innovative, relevant and contemporary workplace.

Owned by: AM Brisbane CBD Investments

Nominated by: AsheMorgan & DMC Projects

Project Team

Developer: AsheMorgan, DMANN Corporation

Architects: Fender Katsalidis

Planner: Cardno / Mewing Planning, Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Impensa Consulting (formerly WT Partnership)

Builder: Hutchinson Builders

Consultants: Inertia, DMC Projects, Building Services Engineers, EMF Griffiths, Lat27, Arcadis, Norman Disney Young, InDeMa, Omnii, McKenzie Group Consulting

Financier: MaxCap Group

32 SMITH STREET

32 Smith Street, Parramatta NSW

Perfectly positioned in what is fast becoming the heart of Parramatta’s evolving city, 32 Smith delivers a world-class workplace environment through its urban and design-philosophy based solutions. A remarkable address from every angle, this workplace embodies the very best in technology and environmental and social sustainable initiatives.

Owned by:

The GPT Group

Nominated by:

The GPT Group

Project Team

Developer: The GPT Group

Architects: Fender Katsalidis

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery

Builder: Richard Crookes Construction

Consultants: Arup (services), ADG (structure)

Other: Darug Custodians Aboriginal Corporation (Artist) Diemme (Wall Art Fabricator)

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405 BOURKE STREET

405 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC

The award-winning 405 Bourke Street comprises a 32-level, 66,000 sqm vertical commercial campus and retail laneway connecting Bourke and Little Collins Streets. Utilising a cantilevered truss system to unlock expansive, campus-style floorplates from a 700 sqm land parcel, 405 Bourke Street redefines Melbourne’s city skyline while exemplifying cutting-edge workplace design.

Owned by:

Brookfield Properties and ISPT

Nominated by: Brookfield Properties

Project Team

Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: Woods Bagot

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: DCWC

Builder: Multiplex

Consultants: Norman Disney Young

Financier: NAB

Other: WSP, Robert Bird Group

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73 MILLER

73 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW

73 Miller Street leads by example. Originally constructed in 1990, 73 Miller has transformed into a highly efficient and design focused building to rival and outperform against new development. The built and natural environment is celebrated throughout the use of recycled concrete, green walls, natural light and unobstructed harbour views.

Owned by:

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Nominated by: ESR Australia

Project Team Developer: ESR Australia

Architects: Fitzpatrick Partners

Planner LFA

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Buildcorp

Consultants: Colliers International

Financier: Westpac

Other: Services Engineer: LCI, Structural Engineer: TTW

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ACUITY BUSINESS PARK, ROBINA METRICON HQ

209 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina QLD

This modern, high quality architecturally designed ‘A’ grade office building is located within an activated business park. Acuity Business Park typifies cutting edge urban design and place making promoting efficiency, sustainability and community integration. Lifestyle, business and sophistication within the largest growth corridor in South East Queensland.

Owned by:

209 Robina as trustee for the 209 Robina Trust

Nominated by:

Alceon Qld

Project Team

Developer: Alceon Group No.27

Architects: NettletonTribe

Planner: Zone Planning

Builder: Graystone Constructions

Financier: CBA

HERITAGE LANES, 80 ANN STREET

80 Ann Street, Brisbane QLD

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Heritage Lanes strikes a unique balance between past and present, offering a modern, state-of-the-art workplace and lifestyle destination, while paying homage to its impressive heritage. With sustainable building and design principles, world-class amenities and a sub-tropical feel, Heritage Lanes sets a new standard for the future workplaces.

Owned by:

Mirvac

Nominated by: Mirvac and M&G

Project Team

Developer: Mirvac and M&G

Architects: Woods Bagot

Builder: Mirvac Construction

QUEEN & COLLINS

376-390 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC

Queen & Collins is an extraordinary workplace with Venetianinspired courtyards and neo-gothic architecture, all integrated with hospitality that serves the wider neighbourhood. A ‘city within a city’, this office development contests long-held workplace conventions and integrates a vision for a future workplace with social connection at its heart.

Owned by:

The GPT Group

Nominated by:

The GPT Group

Project Team

Developer: The GPT Group

Architects: Kerstin Thompson Architects, BVN Architecture

Planner: Tract

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery

Builder: Probuild Australia

Consultants: Arup

Other: Greenaway Architects, Greenshoot Consulting

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SALAMANCA BUILDING, PARLIAMENT SQUARE HOBART

4 Salamanca Place, Hobart TAS

The Salamanca Building at Parliament Square in Hobart is a transformative office building which successfully integrates evocative design with sympathetic reference to its context. The building has set a new benchmark for value, quality and environmental standards in the Hobart office market.

Owned by:

Parliament Square Property Pty Ltd

Nominated by:

Citta Property Group

Project Team

Developer: Citta Property Group Pty Ltd / Citta Hobart Pty Ltd (as Development Manager)

Architects: fjmtstudio

Planner: All Urban Planning

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Hansen Yuncken

Consultants: TTW, Arup, GHD and Pitt and Sherry

Financier: National Australia Bank

Other: MGAC, AG Coombs

SEEK HQ

60 Cremorne Street, Cremorne VIC

Situated in Melbourne’s burgeoning Tech Hub in Cremorne, the design of SEEK’s new international headquarters places the interests, character and identity of its workforce at its core. Referencing the rich, industrial heritage of local makers and manufacturers, the contemporary building sits comfortably within the existing urban and historical context.

Owned by: Cremorne Properties

Nominated by: Hassell

Project Team

Developer: Cremorne Properties

Architects: Hassell

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Built

Consultants: Arup

Other: CBRE

THE GROSVENOR

Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney NSW

With a grand sense of scale, flooded with natural light and modern design touches, The Grosvenor offers opportunity for chance encounters, intimate breakouts, and shared events. The refurbishment preserved Grosvenor Place’s history while also constructing a modern, cutting-edge, collaborative workspace with community at its centre.

Owned by:

151 Property and Arcadia

Nominated by:

Grosvenor Place Management

Project Team

Developer: Grosvenor Place Management

Architects: Design Office

Planner: Urbis Pty Ltd

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Renascent

Consultants: VOS Group, Harris Page & Associates, ARUP

Financier: Grosvenor Place, and co-owners

151 Property and Arcadia

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Revealing the promise of Australia’s emerging future.

For too long now, business-as-usual has been allowed to remain exactly that. At Bridge42, we see a world which needs more than that. Our partners need us to think further ahead, because the communities and cities we are helping to create must serve people well now and long into the future.

The future is shaped by the choices we make today. Together, let’s reimagine what’s possible.

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Award for FUTURE LEADER OF THE YEAR

The purpose of this award is to acknowledge, encourage and, most importantly, promote the positive contribution made to the industry by young property professionals.

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AWARD FOR FUTURE LEADER OF THE YEAR

WINNER

Camille Jasson

PROJECT DIRECTOR & INNOVATION LEAD

THE APP GROUP

From a South African migrant who struggled to find work in the industry, 10 years later Camille is APP’s youngest Business Lead, specialising in Innovation. As Project Director, she’s delivered over half a billion dollars’ worth of health projects. Her greatest passion is inspiring everyone she works with to excel.

Nominated by:

The APP Group

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CAITLIN UREN HEAD OF ESG — CAPITAL MARKETS

JLL AUSTRALIA

Caitlin is driven by her belief that we can build a better future — one that is sustainable, equitable and prosperous for all. Caitlin is passionate about decarbonising the built environment and works with investors to create strategies to mitigate risk and unlock valueadd opportunities in the transition to net zero.

Nominated by:

JLL Australia

AMY LEWIS

LEASING EXECUTIVE HABEN PROPERTY FUND

Amy Lewis is a passionate property participant supporting young professionals, girls in property and vulnerable people in her community. As Chair of the PCA Future Directions Illawarra Region, Amy leads the committee helping build networks and develop careers. Amy has a long history of community engagement and supporting those less fortunate.

Nominated by:

Haben Property Fund

BRENDAN ROOT DIRECTOR, REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES COLLIERS

Brendan Root is a passionate advocate for sustainability, diversity & inclusion, and the Industrial sector, having made a profound impact on the Australian property landscape in his relatively short career. He is an empathetic leader, empowering others to grow their careers meaningfully, while continually delivering on Lendlease objectives and strategy.

Nominated by: JLL on behalf of Lendlease

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HARRISON MURRAY

SENIOR DEVELOPMENT COMMERCIAL MANAGER INVESTA

Working across both public and private sectors, Harrison has been heavily involved in driving the growth of Build to Rent in Australia. He is also passionate about empowering the next generation of property professionals, sharing his skills and knowledge via lecturing and mentoring.

Nominated by: Investa

JOANNE CHAN

SENIOR QUANTITY SURVEYOR RALPH BEATTIE BOSWORTH

Joanne always go above and beyond in her role as a Quantity Surveyor. Under her leadership, she values people’s astuteness, courage, and commitment. Her motto is to inspire others to develop an interest in Quantity Surveying, dream big, and proactively contribute to making Australia a better place.

Nominated by: Ralph

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JUSTIN WALSH

SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER CIVIC INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT VICTORIA

Justin Walsh is an experienced and dedicated property professional seeking to create a lasting impact through his work. He’s recognised for his passion, his enthusiasm and collaborative nature and at Development Victoria we are pleased to support this nomination for the Future Leader of the Year Award.

Nominated by: Development Victoria

MATT GILLETT

GENERAL MANAGER, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FRASERS PROPERTY

With 13 years’ experience and over a billion dollars worth of transactions to his name, Matt’s impact on the property and industrial sector is impressive. He’s passionate about sustainability, takes an active role in mentoring the next generation and has fast-tracked his career to become General Manager of Business Development.

Nominated by: Frasers Property

MAX CAMDEN DEVELOPMENT MANAGER INGENIA COMMUNITIES

As Ingenia Lifestyle’s Development Manager, Max Camden’s commitment to creating communities that feel like home is dominant across all projects he is involved in. Through his work, Max demonstrates his strength in stakeholder engagement and a desire to create communities that support local communities and environments.

Nominated by: Ingenia Communities

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PATRICK CHAMBERS

AUSTRALIAN MECHANICAL DISCIPLINE LEADER, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR STANTEC

Patrick is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer who brings technical expertise from a diverse range of projects, sectors and geographies. Patrick’s background in scientific research brings renewed perspective to the HVAC industry. He is the Mechanical Australian Discipline Leader for Stantec and a member of the ANZ Buildings Executive Leadership Team.

Nominated by: Stantec

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RESEARCH MANAGER — ASSET PERFORMANCE AND INSIGHTS

Rachel Logan is a trusted advisor specialising in consumer economics and property market strategies. She has led various projects, including the Consumer Insights Series and a COVID working group. Rachel believes the primary challenges for the property industry in the future will be climate change, economic uncertainty, and technological advancements.

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RACHEL LOGAN
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Award for BEST SHOPPING CENTRE DEVELOPMENT

This award recognises and publicly rewards the efficient use of capital in a new or refurbished shopping centre development.

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WINNER

WINNER

Rhodes Central Shopping Centre

14 WALKER STREET, RHODES NSW

Rhodes Central Shopping Centre is part of Billbergia’s broader $2.5 billion Rhodes Central masterplan. Designed by architects SJB, the Centre has delivered much-needed shopping facilities and an authentic Asian-inspired Bamboo Lane dining precinct under a unique semi-enclosed translucent canopy, that delivers an outstanding level of public amenity and services.

Owned by: Billbergia

Nominated by: Billbergia

Project Team

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Developer: Billbergia

Architects: SJB

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Atlus Group

Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Billbergia

Consultants: Blackett Maguire + Goldsmith

(Principle Certifying Authority)

Financier: Billbergia Finance

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BRANNOCKBURN VILLAGE

1 Bannockburn Road, Bannockburn QLD

Bannockburn Village Shopping Centre is a 4 star green star rated centre that includes a modern, full-line Woolworths supermarket with drive thru delivery facilities. The centre includes nine specialty stores including a BWS, medical centre and dental surgery. The development also features a mural by indigenous artist Casey Coolwell-Fisher.

Owned by:

Centa Group. Developed by Woolworths Group.

Nominated by:

Woolworths Group

Project Team

Developer: Woolworths Group

Architects: Thomson Adsett

Planner: Urban Planning Services

Builder: Hutchinson Builders

Consultants: TLPC

ED.SQUARE TOWN CENTRE

52 Soldiers Parade, Edmondson Park NSW

Ed.Square Town Centre is a convenient, connected exemplar of a mixed use community playing a key regional role in the southwest Sydney Priority Growth area and in its adjacency to Edmondson Park train station. Anchored by Coles and Event Cinemas, it showcases community-focused retailers and is a world leader in sustainability.

Owned by:

Frasers Property Australia

Nominated by:

Frasers Property Australia

Project Team

Developer: Frasers Property Australia

Architects: HDR

Planner: Ethos Urban

Quantity Surveyor: Atlus Group

Builder: Probuild

THE MARKETPLACE AT WATERGARDENS

399 Melton Highway, Taylor Lakes VIC

The Marketplace at Watergardens is an adaptive reuse, naturally ventilated fresh food precinct, inspired by traditional open-air markets. The new precinct presented a highly strategic selection of food operators to reflect it’s diverse customer base and has delivered incremental sales of $25M and doubled its performance for sales psm productivity.

Owned by: QIC

Nominated by:

ADP Consulting

Project Team

Developer: QIC

Architects: NH Architecture, Archer Office

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Consultants: ADP Consulting

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THE MARKETS AT ROSELANDS

24 Roseland Avenue, Roselands NSW

Vicinity Centre’s $102M redevelopment of Roselands has created a destination at the epicentre of Sydney’s south western suburbs — The Markets — a food precinct offering a fusion of fresh flavours, shopping, lifestyle and community, a meeting place with true local essence for sharing time with friends and family.

Owned by:

Vicinity Centres and Challenger Group

Nominated by: Vicinity Centres

Project Team

Developer: Vicinity Centres

Architects: The Buchan Group

Planner: Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership

Builder: Adco

Consultants: TTW, NDY, Mckenzie Group, Harris Page & Associates

Financier: Vicinity Centres

WOOLWORTHS FISHERMANS BEND

477 / 481 Plummer Street, Port Melbourne VIC

Woolworths Fishermans Bend is the innovative transformation of an industrial warehouse into a new retail precinct in the heart of Melbourne. Woolworths’ strong commitment to sustainability is central to the project, including the adaptive reuse of the existing warehouse retaining the structure and concrete slab, and using locally sourced materials.

Owned by:

Woolworths Group (Fabcot) and Goodman Group

Nominated by: Woolworths Group (Fabcot)

Project Team

Developer: Fabcot Pty Ltd

Architects: Hames Sharley

Planner: Urbis

Builder: George Rydell Construction

Consultants: Nexus Project Services (Project Manager / Superintendent)

Other: Klopfer Dobos (Structure / Civil)

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Transformation by Design

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Award for BEST SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

This award recognises and rewards innovation and encourages the demonstrated application of sustainability practices that reduce an existing building’s eco footprint.

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AWARD FOR BEST SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

GHD Design WINNER

Midtown Centre

155 CHARLOTTE STREET AND 150 MARY STREET, BRISBANE QLD

Midtown Centre sets a new benchmark in commercial development across architecture, sustainability, innovative design, and construction through merging of two adjoining buildings nearing the end of their economic lives in the Brisbane CBD. An exemplar project of how to repurpose existing underutilised assets into an innovative, relevant and contemporary workplace.

Owned by:

AM Brisbane CBD Investments

Nominated by:

AsheMorgan & DMC Projects

Project Team

Developer: AsheMorgan, DMANN Corporation

Architects: Fender Katsalidis

Planner: Cardno/Mewing Planning, Urbis

Quantity Surveyor: Impensa Consulting (formerly WT Partnership)

Builder: Hutchinson Builders

Consultants: Inertia, DMC Projects, Building Services Engineers, EMF Griffiths, Lat27, Arcadis, Norman Disney Young, InDeMa, Omnii, McKenzie Group Consulting

Financier: MaxCap Group

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LA TROBE UNIVERSITY STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

2 Glenn Drive, La Trobe University, Bundoora VIC

The new twin building student accommodation is the largest mass timber building in Victoria. It embraces sustainability from its unique timber construction to its unconventional air tempering system, achieving its 5 Star Green as-built rating. These synergies work together forging a greener, more sustainable future for students and wider community.

Owned by:

La Trobe University

Nominated by: Stantec

Project Team

Developer: La Trobe University

Architects: JCB Architects

Builder: Multiplex

Consultants: Stantec Australia

Financier: La Trobe University

Other: Façade and Structure: Taylor Thompson Whitting

631 SPRINGVALE ROAD

631 Springvale Road, Mulgrave VIC

631 Springvale Road demonstrates net-zero ready commercial properties are viable for a suburban business park context. Through embedding health and wellbeing features in design and delivery and taking a precinct-thinking approach, Salta and its sustainability consultant, Cundall, also ensure tenants and the community benefit from long-term added value and amenity.

Owned by:

Salta Properties

Nominated by:

Salta Properties & Cundall

Project Team

Developer: Salta Properties

Architects: Gray Puksand

Planner: Human Habitats

Quantity Surveyor: Napier Blakeley

Builder: Hickory

Consultants: Building Services and Waste: Cova, Civil and Structural: Northrop, Façade: Inhabit, Landscape: Site Image, Traffic-Impact, Acoustics: Cogent Acoustics, Specialist Lighting: Glowing Structures, ICA: Building Performance

Financier: Commonwealth Bank of Australia

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73 MILLER

73 Miller Street, North Sydney NSW

73 Miller Street is now an icon of North Sydney. Originally built in 1990, the building has been transformed into a highly efficient and design-focused development that celebrates the built and natural environment through the use of recycled concrete, green walls, natural light and unobstructed harbour views.

Owned by:

KREA Nominees (a client of UBS Asset Management)

Nominated by:

ESR Australia

Project Team

Developer: ESR Australia

Architects: Fitzpatrick Partners

Planner: LFA

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Buildcorp

Consultants: Colliers International

Financier: Westpac

Other: Services Engineer: LCI

Structural Engineer: TTW

EXCHANGE AT CURTAIN

1 Koorliny Way, Bentley WA

Exchange is Curtin University’s first dedicated innovation precinct. It’s a mixed use, medium-density, green urban heart designed to prioritise sustainability whilst combining the qualities of great places around the world with industry and education. Exchange seeks to connect people by being a place to live, work, study or simply enjoy.

Owned by: Curtin University

Nominated by: Curtin University

Project Team

Developer: Curtin University with Project Co (trading as Live In Learning)

Architects: John Wardle Architects, nettletontribe Six Degrees Architects

Planner: Christou Design Group

Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall

Builder: Lendlease; Probuild

Consultants: Stantec (Sustainability Consultant)

Financier: Curtin University, Live In Learning via InfraRed Capital, NAB, CEFC

Finalists

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HERITAGE LANES

80 Ann Street, Brisbane QLD

Heritage Lanes sets a new class in workplace standards. Proudly one of the most sustainable buildings in Australia, Heritage Lanes is net-zero in operations. Providing an exciting new destination in the Brisbane CBD, the building is underpinned by new levels of excellence for Australian building design.

Owned by:

Mirvac and M&G

Nominated by: Mirvac

Project Team

Developer: Mirvac, M&G Architects: Woods Bagot

QUEEN & COLLINS

376-390 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC

The most sustainable building is one that already exists. The intelligent refurbishment of Queen & Collins integrates a remarkable neo-gothic heritage with new retail opportunities and a vision for a future workplace that embeds environmental and social sustainability, wellbeing and social connection at its heart.

Owned by:

The GPT Group

Nominated by:

The GPT Group

Project Team

Developer: The GPT Group

Architects: Kerstin Thompson Architects, BVN Architecture

Planner: Tract

Quantity Surveyor: Slattery

Builder: Probuild Australia

Consultants: Arup

Other: Armitage Jones

ROE HIGHWAY

Logistics Boulevard, Kenwick WA

ROE demonstrates leading edge environmental sustainability innovation within the 75 hectare Park. With sustainability at its core, Hesperia has incorporated low carbon concrete, solar power and cockatoo conservation. ROE is on track to becoming WA’s first carbon neutral industrial estate and is home to WA’s first 6 Star Green Star facility.

Owned by: Hesperia

Nominated by: Hesperia

Project Team

Developer: Hesperia

Architects: Concept Y, Jeff Freeman Architects

Planner: Taylor Burrell Barnett

Quantity Surveyor: McMullen Nolan Group

Builder: Q Design & Construct, Shelford Constructions, Capstone Construction

Consultants: Cundall, Cardno

Financier: Bankwest, Beverley Wright

Other: Wormall Civil, Densford Civil, Emerge Associates, Clean Energy Finance Corporation

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SCHOFIELD GARDENS

95 Grima Street, Schofields NSW

Bottlebrush, Schofields is a sustainably focussed project in Sydney’s thriving north-west growth corridor. It has been built with a clear purpose of sustainability, building a clearer future, and through a partnership with Energy Trade, is one of the first residential developments with the largest installation of Tesla Powerwalls in Australia.

Owned by: ALAND

Nominated by: ALAND

Project Team

Developer: Aland Developments Pty Ltd

Architects: In-house ALAND team

Planner: In-house ALAND team

Quantity Surveyor: RICQS

Builder: Aland B&W Pty Ltd

Consultants: Structural: Mance Arraj Engineering, Civil & Stormwater: S&G Consultants, BCA: BCA Logic, Landscape: Greenland Design, Electrical Engineer: Tricom Engineering, Hydraulic & Fire Protection Engineer: Wood & Grieve, Mechanical Engineer: Two MS Embeded Network: Energy Trade

Financier: Wingate

Finalists

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Award for BEST TOURISM & LEISURE DEVELOPMENT

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This award recognises and publicly rewards the efficient use of capital in a new or refurbished tourism and/or leisure development.

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AWARD FOR BEST TOURISM & LEISURE DEVELOPMENT

WINNER

The Tasman Hotel, Parliament Square Hobart

12 MURRAY STREET, HOBART TAS

The Tasman Hotel links heritage buildings of various eras with bold contemporary additions creating a contrasting yet harmonious ensemble of structures embracing Parliament Square, Hobart. In its opening year, Marriott’s first Luxury Collection branded hotel in Australia has garnered extensive hospitality industry accolades locally and internationally.

Owned by:

Parliament Square Property

Nominated by:

Citta Property Group

Project Team

Developer: Trawalla Group (Developer) / Citta Property Group Pty Ltd (Development Manager)

Architects: fjmtstudio

Planner All Urban Planning

Quantity Surveyor WT Partnership

Builder: Vos Construction & Joinery

Consultants: Design 5 Architects, JPDC, Dreamtime Design, FJMT, Taylor Thompson Whitting, Northrop, Arup, JMG, GHD, Arup, Electrolight, ETC Consulting, YMD, Art Duo, Pitt & Sherry.

Financier: National Australia Bank

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CENTRAL VALLEY LITCHFIELD NATIONAL PARK

Central Valley, Litchfield National Park NT

The Central Valley Project delivered tourism and leisure access and facilities to previously untouched areas of the Northern Territory’s Litchfield National Park. A location for visitors to separate themselves from more populated attractions, the campgrounds provide access to high-quality, pristine waterfalls and cascades, in-turn boosting access to Australian natural beauty.

Owned by:

Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics

Nominated by: Turner & Townsend

Project Team

Developer: Aldebaran Contracting, Ostojic Group

Quantity Surveyor DS QS Quantity Survey

Consultants: Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec

KIMPTON MARGOT SYDNEY

339 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW

Layering 1930’s Art Deco heritage with eclectic style, the Kimpton Margot Sydney hotel is a treasured icon reimagined with a focus on energy efficiency. The hotel’s prized position in the heart of the city at the intersection of creativity, commerce and entertainment invites guests to explore Sydney’s riches.

Owned by: Pro-invest Group

Nominated by: Pro-invest Group

Project Team

Developer: Pro-invest Developments

Architects: Graham Brooks & Associates

Consultants: HFM Pty Ltd

STOCKLAND HALCYON BERWICK

21 Sunset Boulevard, Berwick VIC

Stockland’s revolutionary model for over 50’s living has changed the way people embrace life after kids and post work. Halcyon Berwick is the land lease community (LLC) of the future. The $7.6M Clubhouse provides residents with luxury lifestyle and leisure facilities to enrich their health and wellbeing.

Owned by: Stockland

Nominated by: Stockland

Project Team

Developer: Stockland

Architects: DC8 Studios

Planner Urbis

Builder: LLOYD Constructions

Consultants: Charlton Degg, Plan B, Urban Green

Financier: Stockland

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Where expertise meets innovation

Shuffle transforms the tenant experience.

It’s the ultimate force for tenant satisfaction allowing companies to take control of their parking and meet today’s flexible parking needs. By shuffling access, businesses can allow multiple staff members and visitors to share bays and provide the opportunity to park how and when they need it.

Administration portal enables companies to assign staff and allocate bays

Intuitive app lets staff easily book and manage parking

Bluetooth entry and exit allows for in-app access control

Reporting platform provides data for future planning and decisions

Wilson Parking is passionate about providing better parking experiences, to make the commute easier and allow people to do more with their day.

We leverage on our expertise to develop new solutions, tailored with the customer and parking operation in mind.

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Award for BEST WORKPLACE PROJECT

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This award is for a new or refreshed workplace project with a minimum net lettable area of 2,000 square metres.

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WINNER

WINNER

QUEEN & COLLINS

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376-390 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE VIC

The Mezzanine and Clubhouse at Queen & Collins operates in parallel to the needs of the modern workplace through a holistic approach. Celebrating all the whole precinct has to offer, the spaces contest long-held workplace conventions and integrate a futurefocused workplace with sustainability and social connection at its heart.

Owned by:

The GPT Group

Nominated by:

The GPT Group

Project Team

Developer: The GPT Group

Architects: Kerstin Thompson Architects, BVN Architecture

Planner Tract

Quantity Surveyor Slattery

Builder: Probuild Australia

Consultants: Arup

Other: Aurecon

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405 BOURKE STREET

405 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC

In the heart of the CBD, the brief for NAB’s new Melbourne head office at 405 Bourke Street was to attract and retain the best local talent by providing diverse workstyles along with finely crafted, people centric detailing, providing a space that echoes the NAB banking experience.

Owned by:

Brookfield Properties and ISPT

Nominated by:

Brookfield Properties

Project Team

Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: Hassell

Builder: Multiplex Constructions

Consultants: Norman Disney Young, Robert Bird Group

Financier: NAB

ASHURST

Levels 16-19, 80 Collins Street South, Melbourne VIC

Designed and delivered throughout 2020 and 2021 by Knight Frank, Bates Smart, FDC, NDY, Arup and Slattery, in ever-changing, unprecedented conditions and with supply chain at breaking point, Ashurst’s four-level, 4,425 sqm beautifully crafted Melbourne office, located in the 80 Collins Street South development, is a triumph in workplace design.

Owned by:

Ashurst

Nominated by: Knight Frank Australia

Project Team Architects: Bates Smart

Quantity Surveyor Slattery

Builder: FDC

Consultants: NDY

Other: Knight Frank Australia

BHP ADELAIDE

10 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA

In creating a welcoming base for SA we bring the site to the city in how we activate the space - extraction speaks to built form, infrastructure inspires detailing, and our products reflect internal materials. This workplace is welcoming, proud and feels uniquely South Australian

Owned by: BHP

Nominated by: BHP

Project Team Developer: Charter Hall

Architects: Hassell and Fitzpatrick+partners

Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall

Consultants: Woods Bagot

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GHD OUR PLACE

Level 9, 180 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC

GHD Our Place Melbourne at 180 Lonsdale Street is the workplace of professional services company GHD. Designers GHD Design adopted Activity Based Working as the foundation of the new workplace strategy. The design outcome has increased space efficiency, collaboration and productivity, giving people choice about where, when and how to work.

Owned by:

GHD

Nominated by:

GHD Design

Project Team

Developer: GHD

Architects: GHD Design

Quantity Surveyor WT Partnership

Builder: Kapitol

Consultants: Building Services Consultant: GHD;

Structural Consultant: GHD;

Traffic Consultant: GHD; ESD & Section J Consultant: GHD;

Lighting Consultant: GHD;

Building Engineering: GHD;

Design Guide / Building Surveyor: Hanson Associates; Acoustic Consultant; Fire

Engineering: Olsen Fire & Risk

Financier: GHD

HERITAGE LANES

80 Ann Street, Brisbane QLD

Heritage Lanes offers a modern, state-of-the-art workplace precinct in the heart of Brisbane, setting a new benchmark for office developments across the country. Alongside being one of Australia’s most sustainable buildings, Heritage Lanes is a vibrant precinct, sure to be a beloved space for the community for years to come.

Owned by: Mirvac and M&G

Nominated by: Mirvac and M&G

Project Team

Developer: Mirvac, M&G

Architects: Woods Bagot

Builder: Mirvac Construction

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MA FINANCIAL

Level 27, 10 Carrington Street, Sydney NSW

MA Financial’s Sydney headquarters push the boundaries of a typical office design providing a unique space that meets the needs of the fast-growing financial services firm. The office design creates spaces where clients and employees can seamlessly co-habit, whether working, learning or relaxing.

Owned by:

Brookfield Properties

Nominated by:

MA Financial Group

Project Team

Developer: Brookfield Properties

Architects: The Stella Collective

Quantity Surveyor WT Partnership

Builder: FDC

Consultants: Astons Consulting

MICROSOFT

1 Denison Street, North Sydney NSW Microsoft has been designed for ongoing exploration, with a myriad of bespoke spaces that remove the familiar interpretation of a workplace - pushing boundaries with an out-of-the-box solution. Underpinned by a connection to the natural environment, this is a bold destination that surprises, inspires, and is conducive to future ways of working.

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WATERMAN BUSINESS CENTRE

175 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood VIC

Waterman Eastland launches an innovative post-pandemic coworking model: a vibrant community within a retail, hospitality and services hub. Inspired by neighbouring Mullum Mullum Creek, it addresses WFH isolation and long commutes and connects diverse tenants via flexible offices, communal habitats and spectacular natural light and volumes from the adjacent atrium.

Owned by:

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Group GSA

Nominated by:

Group GSA

Project Team

Architects: Bates Smart

Builder: MPA

Consultants: Structural Engineer: Aurecon Services, Engineer: Medland Engineering, Acoustic Engineer: White Noise, Electrical Engineer: Medland Engineering, Hydraulic Engineer: Medland Engineering, Mechanical Engineer: Medland Engineering

Waterman

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Nominated by: ClarkeHopkinsClarke

Project Team

Developer: Waterman

Architects: ClarkeHopkinsClarke

Quantity Surveyor Melbourne Quantity Surveyors

Builder: Otto

Consultants: ADP

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Acuity Business Park, Robina is a modern commercial office business park presenting optionality, flexibility and sustainability to occupiers on the Gold Coast. As part of the strategic intent of Alceon to develop quality suburban office accommodation the project architect NettletonTribe have created modern, high quality architecturally designed ‘A’ grade office buildings located within an activated business park. Acuity Business Park typifies cutting edge urban design and place making promoting efficiency, sustainability and

community integration. Lifestyle, business and sophistication within the largest growth corridor in South East Queensland. The Business Park is a landmark development showcasing quality architecture and class-leading initiatives to ensure users are delivered efficiency and comfort, in a sustainable way. The landscape plaza responds to the south-east Queensland climate, providing various opportunities for covered and open-air recreation for visitors and occupants. An intentional density of planting defines the large plaza into several smaller,

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intimate scaled spaces changing the site in a vibrant ‘Urban Village’ with activated street edges. Within the site the public are encouraged to activate the space and the ambience is softed by the inclusion of green zones.

The project was master-planned as a family of buildings within a park environment. This family of buildings used a similar architectural rectangular language and a neutral palette of colours but the same materiality. The buildings aesthetically reflected each other whilst still expressing their individuality.

The Metricon Building located at 209 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina was designed to Metricon’s requirements with functionality and flexibility front of mind. The development team worked closely with the Metricon fitout architect to design their interior space accordingly as well as interior design spaces for the remaining tenancies. The building is built to last with long lifespan materials that were carefully selected to reflect the quality and respectability befitting the company’s reputation.

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