Property Council of Australia Innovation & Excellence Awards commemorative magazine 2021

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REIMAGINE URBAN LIFE

Axle, South Eveleigh

Mirvac is proud to have 12 finalists in the 2021 Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards.

AXLE SOUTH EVELEIGH

AXLE SOUTH EVELEIGH

AXLE SOUTH EVELEIGH

MARRICK & CO MARRICKVILLE

Colliers Award for Best Office Development

GHDWoodhead Award for Best Workplace Project

Award for Best Sustainable Development – New Buildings

Award for Best Sustainable Development – Existing Buildings

PRIMA LATITUDE LEIGHTON BEACH

MARRICK & CO MARRICKVILLE

THE EASTBOURNE EAST MELBOURNE

ILUMA PRIVATE ESTATE BENNETT SPRINGS

Award for Best Residential Development

Award for Best Residential Development

Award for Best Residential Development

epm Projects Award for Best Master Planned Community

AXLE AND THE FOUNDRY SOUTH EVELEIGH

AXLE AND THE FOUNDRY SOUTH EVELEIGH

ILUMA BENNETT SPRINGS

Procore Award for Development Innovation

PEXA Award for Project Innovation

PEXA Award for Project Innovation

AMANDA OSSIP NS Group Award for Future Leader of the Year


Prima, Lattitude, Leighton Beach

The Foundry, South Eveleigh

Marrick & Co, Marrickville

Iluma, Bennett Springs

The Eastbourne, East Melbourne


Creating proud communities since 1924. For almost 100 years, Frasers Property Australia has been transforming places into award winning communities and neighbourhoods where over 500,000 people now live, work and play. We’re proud to have six finalists in the 2021 Property Council of Australia Innovation & Excellence Awards. Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre Award for Best Sustainable Development - New Buildings Award for Best Shopping Centre Development

Fairwater Award for Best Sustainable Development - New Buildings

Putney Hill Award for Best Residential Development

Award for Best Master Planned Community

Minnippi Quarter – Build Neutral Award for Development Innovation

Fairwater, NSW

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National President’s Message ........................................................................................................................9 Message from Rider Levett Bucknall ......................................................................................................... 10 About the Property Council of Australia .................................................................................................... 11 State / Territory Development of the Year Winners................................................................................. 12 History of the Awards .................................................................................................................................... 15 Published by

About the Sponsors ....................................................................................................................................... 16 Message from the Judges ........................................................................................................................... 24 RLB Australian Development of the Year .................................................................................................. 31

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Shape Award for Best Tourism and Leisure Development ................................................................... 35 KONE Award for Best Sustainable Development — Existing Buildings .............................................. 41 RCP Award for Government Leadership ................................................................................................... 47 GHDWoodhead Award for Best Workplace Project ................................................................................ 53 Infrabuild Award for Best Mixed Use Development ................................................................................ 59 Hames Sharley Award for Best Shopping Centre Development .......................................................... 65

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S4B Award for Best Heritage Development .............................................................................................. 71 Procore Award for Development Innovation ............................................................................................ 77 PEXA Award for Project Innovation ............................................................................................................ 87 LJ Hooker Commercial Award for Best Business or Industrial Park .................................................. 97

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Bridge42 Award for Future Leader of the Year ......................................................................................103 Parkview Award for Best Residential Development ..............................................................................111 EPM Projects Award for Best Master Planned Community ...............................................................123 Colliers Award for Best Office Development ..........................................................................................129 Landcom Award for Best Sustainable Development — New Buildings ...........................................137 Woods Bagot Award for Best Public Building ........................................................................................145 Suburban Land Agency Award for Best Affordable Housing Development ....................................153 Rork Projects Award for Diversity < 250 Employees.............................................................................159 FDC Award for Diversity > 250 Employees..............................................................................................165 Stockland Award for People’s Choice.......................................................................................................171 Thank You to our Sponsors.........................................................................................................................174 PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA | RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

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National President’s Message Welcome to the 2021 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 39 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 120 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, John McCarthy AO, has led our team of judges for an extraordinary 24 years. He has been supported this year by Julian Anderson, Denis Coupland, Rosina Di Maria, Ross Duckham, Kristiana Greenwood, Adrian Harrington, Médy Hassan, Désirée Houston-Jones, Susan Macdonald, Stephen Mee, Clinton Ostwald, Nikki Robinson, Arabella Rohde and Natasha Teychenne. I also acknowledge our Principal Sponsor, Rider Levett Bucknall, for partnering with us to present these awards for 39 years. Their commitment and collaboration is testament to the success of the awards and we thank them for their long and fruitful partnership.

David Harrison National President Property Council of Australia Managing Director & Group CEO, Charter Hall Group

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Message from Rider Levett Bucknall Bringing imagination to life Thirty years ago, during the depths of the “recession we had to have”, RLB and the Property Council launched our ‘best of the best’ award – the RLB Australian Development of the Year. 1991 was not a good year. Weighed down by the Black Monday stock market collapse just a few years earlier, the Reserve Bank cash rate and unemployment were both at double digits and the national office vacancy rate had passed 20 per cent. Is it a coincidence, then, that the inaugural RLB Australian Development of the Year was the home of bankers and bean counters? What was then called the Advance Bank Building at 60 Marcus Clarke Street in Canberra stood as a symbol of economic stability in a time of turbulence. The fact that 60 Marcus Clarke Street remains one of Canberra’s most prominent commercial buildings is a testament to its longevity — and the instinct of our esteemed panel of judges, led by the indefatigable John McCarthy AO. Since then, we have applauded and awarded many of our industry’s true gamechangers. Take Pacific Fair on the Gold Coast, a development that delivered a shopping experience long before ecommerce began to reshape retail. Or 30 The Bond in Sydney, which built arguably the first bricks-and-mortar business case for sustainability. Then there’s Admiralty Quays in Brisbane, a residential tower that reinvented apartment living or International House that took home the top prize for showing how timber construction stacks up. Last year, RLB was privileged to play a role in delivering Investa’s visionary commercial office at Barrack Place. This building, complete with Australia’s first operational digital twin, demonstrates how great design and smart technology can create an exceptional experience and an enviable asset. In 2022, RLB will celebrate 40 years of presenting Australia’s most prestigious property awards in partnership with the Property Council. At RLB, we pride ourselves on our fresh perspectives and flawless execution, but in this case the Property Council delivers both, despite — and in some cases because of — market disruptions and downturns. This is our industry’s secret sauce. We don’t let disruptions and downturns stop us from realising those brilliant digital renditions (drawing board dreams), or from turning a hole in the ground into an asset and a place that people will flock to for generations.

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About the Property Council of Australia

Prosperity, jobs, communities The Property Council of Australia champions the industry that employs 1.48 million Australians and shapes the future of our communities and cities. Property Council members invest in, design, build and manage places that matter to Australians: our homes, retirement villages, shopping centres, office buildings, industrial areas, education, research and health precincts, tourism and hospitality venues and more. On behalf of our members, we provide the research and thought leadership to help decision-makers create vibrant communities, great cities and strong economies.

We support smarter planning, better infrastructure, sustainability, and globally competitive investment and tax settings which underpin the contribution our members make to the economic prosperity and social well-being of Australians. Property is Australia’s biggest industry, accounting for 12.8 per cent of GDP worth more than $234 billion.

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STATE / TERRITORY DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR WINNERS

WINNER

NSW Development of the Year

Sixty Martin Place 60 Martin Place, Sydney NSW Owned by: Gwynvill and Investa Commercial Property Fund Nominated by: Investa Office Development

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, Innovation and Diversity categories as these are not development projects). 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 2021 State/Territory Development of the Year winners.

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VIC Development of the Year

Burwood Brickworks Shopping Centre 70 Middleborough Road, Burwood East VIC Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia


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WA Development of the Year

Claremont on the Park Set around Claremont Oval, 3 Davis Road, Claremont WA Nominated by: Development WA

State / Territory Development of the Year Winners

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QLD Development of the Year

Cohort 16 Nexus Way, Southport QLD Nominated by: Economic Development Queensland (Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning)

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SA Development of the Year

State / Territory Development of the Year Winners

Calvary Adelaide Hospital 120 Angas Street, Adelaide SA Owned by: Dexus Healthcare Property Fund Nominated by: Commercial & General

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ACT Development of the Year

Greenway Views 77 Athllon Drive, Greenway ACT Owned by: LDK Nominated by: FDC Construction & Fitout (ACT) Pty Ltd

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History of the Awards 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. Since then, the Property Council of Australia (originally the Builders 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 39 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: 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 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. 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 • Master Planned Communities • Mixed Use Development • Public Buildings • Sustainable Developments

Congratulations to the 2020 Property Council of Australia Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards winners: Rider Levett Bucknall Australian Development of the Year Award Investa’s Barrack Place (NSW) Clean Energy Finance Corporation Award for Best Sustainable Development – Existing Buildings EY Centre (NSW) Avenor Award for Best Residential Development Oxley + Stirling Residences (QLD) NS Group Award for Future Leader of the Year Daniel Burke (QLD) Eagle Lighting Australia Award for Best Workplace Project ARUP Melbourne Workplace (VIC) EPM Projects Award for Best Master Planned Community Harcrest (VIC) FDC Award for Diversity > 250 Employees Stockland (NSW) Gough Recruitment Award for Government Leadership Collins Square (VIC) Growthbuilt Award for Best Affordable Housing Development Ingenia Lifestyle Chambers Pines (QLD) Pure Projects Award for Best Tourism & Leisure Development Novotel Brisbane South Bank (QLD)

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, was split into two categories in 2017 in response to the number of entries. 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.

Hiflow Award for Best Shopping Centre Development Stockland Green Hills (NSW) Procore Award for Development Innovation 25 King (QLD) InfraBuild Award for Best Mixed Use Development Lighthouse, Dee Why (NSW) LJ Hooker Commercial Award for Best Business or Industrial Park Coopers Paddock, Warwick Farm (QLD) PEXA Award for Project Innovation Cultivate Urban Farm (QLD) Intermain Award for Diversity < 250 Employees Growthbuilt (NSW) Colliers International Award for Best Office Development Investa’s Barrack Place (NSW) S4B Award for Best Heritage Development York & George (NSW) People’s Choice Award presented by Webuild Belmont Forum Shopping Centre (WA) Woods Bagot Award for Best Public Building Green Square Library and Plaza (NSW) Landcom Award for Best Sustainable Development – New Buildings Investa’s Barrack Place (NSW)

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About the Sponsors

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: Emerging Futures – leveraging research, knowledge exchange and industry partnerships to help communities and cities realise their true potential. Advisory — offering evidence-based guidance across asset lifecycles to optimise performance and unlock value in ways that align with and amplify business aspirations. 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.

Colliers is an industry-leading global real estate company operating from more than 500 offices across 67 countries. What sets us apart is not what we do, but how we do it. Our enterprising culture encourages Colliers people to think differently, share great ideas and create effective solutions that help clients accelerate their success. Colliers’ delivers a full range of services to real estate occupiers, owners and investors across all sectors worldwide, never competing with clients, preferring instead to remain the ultimate unbiased choice in global real estate services. Our client relationships are built on experience, speed-to-market and enduring trust. We only succeed if our clients succeed. As one of only a few companies with a truly global platform, more than 16,000 Colliers’ people worldwide are unified by the power of delivering services seamlessly, wherever our clients choose to do business. Colliers’ people look for unrealised potential, challenging themselves to see things differently, and achieving outcomes that exceed our clients’ expectations.

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. 16

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EPM Projects is a medium-sized Australian owned consultancy providing client-side Development and Project Management Services in the Property and Construction Industry across Australia. We have developed a strong reputation in all our key market sectors that spans 20 years. This includes Office Fitout, Refurbishment and Relocation; Schools, Colleges & Universities; Retirement and Aged Care Facilities; and Private Health Facilities. Our primary role is to be an expert advocate for clients, vigorously representing their interests through strong leadership and careful planning. This commitment is underpinned by our core values of care, innovation, transparency, trust and integrity. Our owner-directors are actively involved in each and every project which means our clients are supported by years of experience and knowhow resulting in premium quality service. EPM has a strong track record in unlocking the development potential of land because of our extensive knowledge and understanding of the environmental planning system. We set ourselves apart through our drive, the effectiveness of our communication, we follow through and follow-up, we approach problems with a solution focused attitude, we avoid surprises, and we pursue innovation and value for money. Why? Because we are driven by our desire to be the best.

At FDC, we design, build and create spaces, leaving them better than when we found them and create lasting value for the people that experience them. We support the communities in which we build, through fundraising initiatives and special projects. Our culture is what sets us apart, we value people and relationships above all else, from our team to our clients and our subcontractors, FDC is a family that stands together. We are invested in the success of our people and provide an environment for them to thrive. We bring expertise and personal touch to every one of our projects and always strive for excellence. We are defined not only by what we deliver, but how we deliver.


GHDWoodhead is a design led integrated practice operating globally through the GHD network of studios and offices. The company creates inspirational places and responsive architecture, landscapes, townscapes, buildings and interior spaces that simplify the complexity of contemporary life through intelligent and thoughtful design. Our design process is a collaborative interdisciplinary practice that creates an integrated built outcome that is technically competent, elegantly and efficiently resolved, and economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. Our integrated design work focuses on a holistic design approach. We view our projects as interdependent systems as opposed to an accumulation of separate components. We harmonise site, structure, systems and program in parallel to unlock innovative outcomes greater than the sum of the individual parts. Our design solutions are cohesive, robust and meet project objectives and ambitions. Through integrated design, GHDWoodhead has become a respected leader in the built environment. Our designs incorporate inspiration, flair, enthusiasm and aesthetic function. We collaborate with clients throughout the project life cycle to create lasting community benefit.

Hames Sharley is one of Australia’s first multidisciplinary firms and in the 45-years since its inception, has grown to become one the world’s 100 largest architecture practices. For nearly half a century, the practice has been responsible for creating some of Australia’s most successful places through the power of design, creativity, diversity of talent and development of its people who passionately cover a spectrum of industry sectors. Specialising in architecture, urban design, town planning and interior design, Hames Sharley continues to shape the future of communities through its six national studios. Known for its carefully considered design and behind some of the most monumental projects across Australia, including major NSW projects such as Marrickville Metro and Ed.Square, Hames Sharley’s work is widely recognised both locally and internationally. The practice operates on three guiding principles: Think for tomorrow, today Deliver transformational solutions Create an exceptional collaborative environment for outstanding people Hames Sharley prides itself on employing top talent and helping them grow across multiple disciplines with skills including research, sustainability, design, place-creation, and building information modelling (BIM) technologies.

We are Australia’s only fully vertically-integrated steel manufacturer, distribution and recycling business, providing solutions for commercial and residential construction, large scale and nation-building infrastructure, our primary producers, mining and rural sectors. Each day we help build and enable a stronger Australia, for a changing world. We are one strong enterprise across three segments: recycling, manufacturing, and distribution, with go-to-market service and product brands. Our vertically-integrated supply chain includes 26 scrap metal recycling sites across Australia, two Electric Arc Furnaces, eight product manufacturing mills, and a national network of retail and processing sites. Our credentials in lower-carbon steelmaking are well recognised by industry, and we remain committed to carbon-neutrality and continue to lead the move to more sustainable steel through our GREENSTEEL™ approaches. Our talented people are proud of the contribution we make to building the nation. We’ve been doing it for more than a century and look forward to continuing to play a critical role in shaping modern Australia.

At KONE, our mission is to improve the flow of urban life. As the urbanisation megatrend shows, the world’s cities are constantly growing. They attract billions of people and by 2050 more than two in every three people on the planet will live in urban areas. Estimates tell us that around 200,000 people move into cities across the globe each and every day, the same as 140 people every minute. In this increasingly urbanising world, our mission is to improve the flow of urban life. We understand urbanisation and help our customers make the best of the world’s cities, buildings and public spaces. We know we can truly contribute to making cities better and more sustainable places to live. This mission is the purpose that guides every decision we make. Our goal is to provide ease, effectiveness and experiences to our users and customers over the full life cycle of buildings. We believe the best experience can be created by working together with our customers and partners in every step of the process, from early engagement to upgrading equipment.

We are building futures through sustainable steel. www.infrabuild.com.au

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Landcom is the NSW Government’s land and property development organisation. We are a State Owned Corporation working with government and the private and not-for-profit sectors to deliver exemplary housing projects that provide social and economic benefits to the people of NSW. Landcom helps the NSW Government achieve its urban management objectives by taking a lead role in improving the supply, diversity and affordability of new housing. Landcom’s mission is to create more affordable and sustainable communities.

When you choose LJ Hooker Commercial, you’re choosing a local business owner–led team with a contemporary approach to client service. Combining cutting edge digital tools with extensive connections, business knowledge and negotiation skills, our sales, leasing and asset management specialists deliver modern commercial property solutions in a changing marketplace. From Sydney to Perth, Darwin to Adelaide, the LJ Hooker Commercial network has specialists on-the-ground, partnering with investors, owner-occupants, tenants and developers to optimise their commercial property decisions. We’re as diverse as our customers. From high net-worth investors to syndicates, government departments to institutional firms, we know the ambitions of every client. Whether their interests are industrial and logistics, retail, office, land, development sites, hotels and leisure, business broking or the allied health industries, our local specialists are supported by a national network and relationships delivering efficiencies to every campaign. With over 90 years’ experience, our full-service offering has helped us develop clients for life: people who entrust LJ Hooker Commercial with their entire portfolios, acquisitions, divestments, finance and business broking needs. At LJ Hooker Commercial, we know business — our teams are led by business owners, themselves.

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When you walk into a Parkview project you immediately notice the quality. What’s even more impressive is the fact they do quality at such a large scale. Parkview has built more apartments in the past five years than any other construction company in NSW, and twice as many as their nearest competitor. At the heart of Parkview is a deep commitment to care. Their ability to deliver to exacting standards is seeing the company grow and diversify. With 25 years as industry leaders, Parkview’s track record in demanding multistage residential projects is fuelling their expansion into large offices and warehouses as well as hotels, seniors’ living and student housing. Parkview builds places people love – and is a place people love to work. Many of their people have been with them more than 15 years. They bring the type of experience and teamwork that money can’t buy. It’s no surprise that repeat customers make up the bulk of Parkview’s business. Leading developers including Frasers Property, Sekisui House and Aoyuan choose Parkview because they can be relied on to deliver quality at a competitive price, paired with excellent service. Discover the difference Parkview brings with their commitment to ‘care that counts’.

PEXA’s world-first digital settlements has revolutionised the way we exchange property in Australia. By providing quicker access to the proceeds of a sale and near real-time tracking on property settlements, our network of financial institutions and legal and conveyancing firms helps over 20,000 families a week safely settle their homes. Born out of a 2008 Council of Australian Governments’ initiative to transition property lodgement and settlement away from an outdated paper-based process to a more efficient digital settlement process, today more than 80% of all property transactions in Australia are completed via PEXA. PEXA’s platform is integrated with six Land Titles Offices, five State Revenue Offices and the Reserve Bank of Australia and facilitates property settlements on behalf of more than 160 financial institutions and 9,400 practitioner firms.


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 200 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.

RCP – Leadership in Project Management RCP is one of Australia’s largest independent project management consultancies serving the property development, construction, resources and infrastructure industries. For 40 years, we have delivered developments for our clients across a wide range of sectors including aged care, aviation, commercial, education, health, hotels and resorts, industrial, infrastructure, office fit-outs, public buildings, recreation, residential, resources, retail, sporting facilities and urban renewal. With offices in Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Sydney and Townsville, RCP is committed to achieving optimum results through solution focused strategies. RCP provides trusted, professional advice across all project stages and is one of the few consultancies to offer specialised project programming services in-house. We are renowned for meeting the challenges posed by the unique nature of the construction industry, providing the highest level of control over project risks. RCP’s multi-disciplinary team provides our clients with a broad base of expert knowledge, strategically allocating the right people with the right experience to meet each project’s specific needs. Regardless of the size, type or location of your project, we have the experience and resources to guide your project to success.

Rork Projects is an Australian-owned construction company that has been operating for more than 20 years, specialising in delivering construction, fit out, and refurbishment works. We are a nationally accredited Indigenous business and we proactively engage with our clients, partners and employees to foster a greater understanding of the positive role that Indigenous business has in our industry. Engaging and empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, business and communities inspires everything we do. Whether it is through our company’s own Wa Initiative, that provides educational opportunities for Indigenous children from remote communities; or by partnering with the Property Council of Australia to promote diversity within our industry – we strive to be champions of change. Our genuine approach to how we do business, our supportive culture and our commitment to embrace diversity is also part of the reason that we have been named an Employer of Choice in the Australian Business Awards for three consecutive years 2019-2021. We are proud to sponsor the Property Council of Australia’s Award for Diversity < 250 employees; recognising the outstanding ways in which our industry colleagues drive important this important social change.

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’ve 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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About the Sponsors

SHAPE is an Australian multi-disciplinary building contractor with over 32 years’ experience in fit-out, refurbishment, and construction services. SHAPE’s national portfolio expands over multiple sectors in both the private and public spaces, including Health, Hospitality, Commercial, Education and Retail. With over 400 staff nationally, an annual turnover exceeding $700M p.a and an impressive Net Promoter Score of 84+, SHAPE has become one of the most trusted building partners Nation-wide. FITOUTS AND REFURBISHMENTS As businesses adapt and responds to change, built environments needs will also evolve. We offer carefully planned fit outs and refurbishments that make the most of your space while minimising disruption to revenue. FACADES Whether an aesthetic upgrade, need to meet compliance-driven cladding replacement requirements or both, we can help. We’re experts at working in live environments and have delivered outstanding results across a myriad of sectors. NEW BUILDS & MODULAR CONSTRUCTION If you have a new build project that needs to be completed quickly in a live operating environment, SHAPE has you covered. We see off-site construction as a key to success on such projects.

Stockland is Australia’s largest diversified property group — owning, developing and managing a portfolio of retail town centres, residential communities, retirement living villages, and workplace and logistics assets. For four years, Stockland has partnered with the Property Council Academy recognising the importance of developing tomorrow’s property leaders. Our partnership gives our people access to the Property Council Academy’s diverse range of courses as well as customised training to meet Stockland’s specific business needs. We are also a contributor to the Property Council Academy program with our Academy Speakers proudly playing a role in the education of a growing industry and raising awareness of the many career opportunities and pathways. Stockland is recognised as one of the most sustainable real estate companies in the world by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and as a Global Sector Leader by the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark. Stockland is also an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality, as recognised by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.

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As a statutory authority within the ACT Government’s Environment, Planning and Sustainable Development Directorate portfolio, the Suburban Land Agency is responsible for delivering people-focused neighbourhoods. We encourage and promote inclusive and sustainable communities through suburban development and urban renewal that supports social inclusion, housing choice, affordable living and environmental sustainability. People and the environment are the focus and at the heart of every neighbourhood we design and deliver. We aspire to create place experiences and lifestyles that are uniquely Canberran, where everyone feels welcome and at home. We seek to capture the history, unique features, and place stories of all developments we design and sell. Through collaboration with communities, developers and government, the Suburban Land Agency works to provide housing choices that benefit the whole of the Canberra community. If you have a vision for affordable housing for Canberra, we’d love to hear from you. Visit suburbanland.act.gov.au to find out more about our available opportunities or email suburbanland@act.gov.au .

Woods Bagot places human experience at the centre of our design process to deliver engaging projects that address current needs and flexibly accommodate changes to come. These goals are achieved with diligent research and creative endeavour – both of which are derived from dialogue with our clients and by harnessing the collective intelligence of our global design studio. We have a team of over 1000 experts working across 17 studios in Australia, China, Europe, the Middle East, New Zealand, North America and Southeast Asia. This model allows us to work collaboratively across time zones and borders, using the latest technology to share design expertise and strengthen our knowledge base around the world. Sector experts from within the firm, as well as our consultant network, lead a multi-faceted approach to every project. Working across architecture, consulting, interior design, master planning and urban design disciplines, we understand our clients’ functional, operational and cultural needs, drawing on our research and experience to create solutions that work for owners and end-users while also contributing to the wider society. By blurring boundaries and utilising the power of our in-house computational modelling and research team, our approach is to design and deliver projects based on the way people use and enjoy buildings, spaces and cities.


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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

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.

YourFilm is a national video production company specialising in the production of online video for the corporate and property sectors. Founded in 2016, YourFilm’s goal is to develop the technical infrastructure, workflows and network of people to centralise and manage professional video production and digital assets on a large scale whilst respecting and maintaining the integrity of the skilled freelancers who form a large part of the industry. With a network of over 1,000 experienced crew across Australia & NZ, and a growing international footprint, YourFilm films when and where you need to. Production is centralised and managed from our Sydney facility, ensuring quality, branding, budgets and security are all maintained. YourFilm and customer stock footage libraries deliver further cost efficiencies and YourFilm’s Asset Management System provides a centralised video solution that can quickly and easily be deployed across a business. The property sector has specific requirements, with this in mind, YourFilm developed fixed price video packages from simple pieceto-camera interviews through to high end helicopter shoots to meet its needs. We continuously strive to keep our customers ahead of the pack when it comes to new technology and production techniques. www.yourfilm.com.au/property

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Message from the Judges On behalf of all the judges, I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every business and individual that has taken part in the 2021 Innovation & Excellence Awards program. The awards continue to recognise and celebrate innovation and success in Australian architecture, construction, project management and commitment to our industry. As always the judges were impressed by the high quality of entries, which continues to make the selection of a winner for each category a very difficult task. These awards are the results of so many. So, on behalf of the judging panel I would like to extend my congratulations to the 2021 winners and thank all Property Council members who have put in a considerable amount of time and effort into their entries. Thank you for your continued support for this important Awards program.

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Judges For the investment and non-investment project award categories

John V. McCarthy AO

Adrian Harrington

Arabella Rohde

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John is recognised as a property industry leader. He has previously served as the National President of the Property Council of Australia, Chairman of the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council and Chairman Co-operative Research Centre for Construction Innovation.

Folkestone has recently joined forces with Charter Hall. Adrian joined Folkestone in April 2011 following the acquisition of Equity Real Estate Partners. Adrian was a founding partner of Equity Real Estate Partners. He has more than 25 years of experience in the funds management and real estate industries.

Arabella is a Senior Development Manager — Development, Retirement Living at Lendlease.

John currently holds various corporate board positions including Chairman of the Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre and formerly Adjunct Professor at QUT School of Urban Development Faculty of the Built Environment and Engineering. In May 2010 John was elected World President of the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction, and in 2009 was awarded the Order of Australia for services to the property and construction industries. John works out of Sydney as NonExecutive Chairman, AEH Property.

He is currently Chairman of the Australian Construction Industry Forum’s Construction Forecasting Council and is a Non-Executive Director of the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI). He was formerly CEO Funds Management, UK and USA for Mirvac Group. He previously held senior positions at James Fielding Group, Deutsche Asset Management, Paladin Australia and the Property Council of Australia.

With over 18 years in the property and construction industry, Arabella has held diverse roles across Australia. Her industry experience includes government and private projects in commercial, residential, institutional, recreational, industrial and infrastructure projects. Arabella is the chair of Property Council of Australia’s Planning & Sustainability Committee for the ACT. Arabella has been awarded the recipient of the National Association Women in Construction (NAWIC) ACT in 2013, Achievement in Design and the 2015 Professional Woman of the Year.

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Clinton Ostwald

Denis Coupland

Dèsirèe Houston-Jones

Julian Anderson

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Clinton is an expert in economics and property investment, with a focus on developing urban environments that create material benefits — for his clients and the community.

Denis is a National Director of Colliers International. Having completed over 36 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.

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.

Julian is a Director at Bates Smart and has extensive experience in leading large architectural and consultant teams. He has worked on a number of significant major projects, both in Australia and overseas.

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.

Julian works with clients from the earliest stages of a project right through to completion. His broad sector experience incorporates commercial, residential, hospitality, infrastructure and urban design projects.

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 also been the Past Chairman / Member of the Property Council of Australia Corporate Real Estate Committee and Retail Committee.

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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.

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Having moved to the State Government, Désirée now leads the planning and development assessment functions across Queensland’s Priority Development Areas.

Most recently, Julian has led architectural teams on large commercial developments including 435 Bourke Street, 60 Collins Street and 32 Flinders Street. He has successfully led hospitality projects such as the new Hilton Melbourne, Chadstone Hotel and Adina at 55 Southbank Boulevard, plus the premium residential development The Eastbourne by Mirvac. ​ arlier in his career, before joining Bates E Smart, Julian lived and worked in London. It was during this time that Julian acquired valuable experience working on large scale infrastructure projects, including some of the UK’s most significant transport projects such as King’s Cross Station and Paddington Crossrail Station.


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Kristiana Greenwood

Mèdy Hassan

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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 Zuuse, a leading global software platform for construction and building operations.

Médy Hassan is the founder and Managing Director of investment and property group Haus Holdings, co-founder and Director of private equity group Vitae Capital and is the Chairman of The Australian Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) and the Jazz Music Institute (JMI). Médy is an Adjunct Professor at RMIT University, the University of Canberra and Western Sydney University, a Fellow of the Royal Society (NSW), an Industry Fellow of the University of Queensland and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Building.

Kris is a graduate of AICD and was appointed the first female Chair of FMA Australia in 2015, and is currently on the board as the Immediate Past Chair. She is a Non-Executive Director of Zuuse, a Board Member of Housing All Australians, a Director of TEN Women and an Advisory Board Member of GJK. Kris has been a member of several PCA committees over the years and participated as a Mentor in the PCA Mentoring program for several years.

With more than 25 years’ industry experience covering over $3B of investments and projects, Médy specialises in business strategy, investments and ventures, innovative acquisition and delivery models and the development of major residential, commercial and special purpose projects in both Australia and overseas. He has worked with all three tiers of Australian government, major national institutions and private sector investors. Committed to giving back to industry and the community, Médy contributes to scholarship and national industry bodies and is a senior leader in government, private sector and industry research boards.

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Natasha Teychenne

Nikki Robinson

Rosina Di Maria

Ross Duckham

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Natasha Teychenne is the Property Council of Australia’s Head of People and Culture. Natasha is an experienced HR executive, having led across all disciplines of HR with a particular expertise in organisational development, cultural transformation and learning and development.

Nikki is a Partner in the award winning Real Estate Group as well as Partner-in-Charge of Clayton Utz’s Sydney office. She has over 22 years’ experience advising both public and private sector clients on strategic, commercial and legal issues affecting all forms of property, infrastructure and procurement related matters.

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.

Ross is an accomplished urban planner with over 15 years’ industry experience in Australia and the UK. His experience includes strategic project and property advice for clients, project leadership in large and innovative infill projects, working with multidisciplinary teams in developing greenfield communities, interrogating land and place productivity, and identifying and analysing development opportunities for clients.

Aligning business strategies with human performance is the essence of what Natasha’s career has been devoted to for nearly two decades. Cultivating cultures where people can become the best and most authentic versions of themselves is her passion. Natasha holds a Master of Psychology, is a registered practicing Psychologist, and is a certificated facilitator in Achieve Global (now Miller Heiman Group). During her career she held senior HR roles at companies such as PPB Advisory, Telstra and CSC Australia. Natasha started her career as an executive coach and consultant working across a wide range of ASX listed companies and public sector organisations in the areas of strategic M&A, culture development and organisational design.

Nikki was voted as Real Estate Partner of the Year for both 2016 and 2017 at the Australian Lawyers Weekly awards (and finalist in 2018). She is ranked as a leading practitioner by legal directories including Legal 500, Chambers and Doyle’s Guide. She is also Deputy Chair of the PCA’s Property and Precincts Committee NSW and a Non-Executive Director for Youth off the Streets. Nikki’s other job as a mother of two teenage girls and one almost teenager reinforces her hands-on approach for finding practical and innovative solutions on a daily basis — they’ve also honed her negotiation skills and diplomacy skills!

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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 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. ​ osina holds a position on the Property Council R of Australia SA Division Council. Rosina 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.

Ross is also currently studying environmental economics at UWA in order to better understand the economics of development and sustainability, in the context of establishing the most effective way to deliver optimal design, profitability and environmental outcomes.


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Stephen Mee

Susan MacDonald

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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.

Susan has international and domestic real estate experience in investment management primarily in the retail sector, including asset and funds management (both listed and wholesale markets), property and portfolio acquisitions and development. Susan has held senior and executive positions with Lendlease, AMP Capital, and Galileo Funds Management. Her most recent role was Mirvac’s Head of Retail.

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.

Susan is currently a Non-Executive Director Cbus Property and a Global Trustee of Urban Land Institute (ULI).

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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Award for

AUSTRALIAN DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR All National project development finalists go in the running for the Property Industry’s most coveted prize — The RLB Australian Development of the Year.

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Australian Development of the Year

BURWOOD BRICKWORKS SHOPPING CENTRE 70 MIDDLEBOROUGH ROAD, BURWOOD EAST VIC Burwood Brickworks is anchored by Woolworths and houses Dan Murphy’s, Reading Cinemas, approx. 35 specialty tenancies as well as Australia’s first shopping centre rooftop urban farm. It aims to become the first retail development to achieve Living Building Challenge® certification, making it the most sustainable shopping centre in the world. Owned & Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Frasers Property Australia Developer: Architects: NH Architecture Planner: Tract Quantity Surveyor: Frasers Property Australia Builder: Hacer Group Consultants: ADP, Group GSA, Spencer Group, CJ Arms, Russell & George, Aqua Cell, Cundall, Delta Q Cultural, Balarinji, Artist: Mandy Nicholson, Electrolight Creative, Right Angle Studio, Strategic Spaces, Wise McBaron

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builds spaces that bring out the best in people

OFFICES

HOTELS

GOVERNMENT

With over 32 years in bringing spaces to life, SHAPE has delivered construction services both large and small, across all sectors. We embody a culture of diversity, inclusion and collaboration that is evident in every project we undertake.

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

Our specialised teams lead a customer centric approach to bringing spaces to life. Understanding the needs of our clients is where it all begins. It’s a collaborative dialogue, where we bring our considerable experience, expertise, energy and enthusiasm to align with client requirements.

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• Fitout and Refurbishment • New Build and Modular • Minor Works

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BEST TOURISM AND LEISURE DEVELOPMENT 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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SHAPE AWARD FOR BEST TOURISM AND LEISURE DEVELOPMENT

COMMBANK STADIUM 11-13 O’CONNELL STREET, PARRAMATTA NSW CommBank Stadium is Australia’s newest and best rectangular stadium. It delivers an unparalleled spectator experience and has quickly become part of the social and economic fabric of Western Sydney since opening in April 2019. Owned by: Venues NSW Nominated by: Venues NSW Project Team Developer:

Infrastructure NSW on behalf of NSW Government Architects: Populous Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Lendlease Consultants: Aurecon Financier: NSW Government

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GEORGE BROWN BOTANIC GARDENS — EVENT AND VISITOR CENTRE Gilruth Avenue and Gardens Road, The Gardens, Darwin NT To enhance the visitor experience at the George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, the Northern Territory Government has developed and delivered a new Event and Visitor Centre. Opening in 2019, the 900sqm centre is designed to cater for 200 people, increase tourism and be an interpretive signature piece to the Gardens. Owned by: Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security Nominated by: Turner & Townsend Project Team Developer:

Northern Territory Government, Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Architects: Hully Liveris Design Consultants (HLDC) Planner: Northern Planning Consultants Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Sunbuild Pty Ltd Consultants: Troppo Architects (Contractor D&C Architect), NTBS Consultants (Electrical/ Mechanical Engineers), AWS (Hydraulic Engineers), ADG (Civil/Structural Engineer), Clouston Associates (Landscape Architect), Bestec (Acoustic Engineers), BCA Solutions (Building Certifier), Turner & Townsend (Project Managers) Financier: Northern Territory Government

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Finalists IPSWICH EVENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE 219 Brisbane Road, Bundamba QLD The Ipswich Events and Entertainment Centre is a new leisure and function facility at the Ipswich Turf Club, which was conceptualised to provide an alternate income to supplement the Club’s primary business of thoroughbred horse racing, ensuring the Club remains sustainable and part of the City for many future generations. Owned by: Ipswich Turf Club

Corner of Commercial Road, Rouse Hill NSW The new 4½ Star Mercure Rouse Hill redefines tourism, business and leisure by combining the site’s rich history and its feeling as a boutique hotel with contemporary business travel and function services. The refined 78 room hotel caters for all and provides a synergetic partner for The Fiddler neighbouring. Owned by: Lewis Land Group Nominated by: Growthbuilt

Nominated by: Racing Queensland Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Other:

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Racing Queensland Conrad Gargett Andrew Gaffney Town Planning WT Partnership Broad Construction Bornhorst & Ward Philip Chun

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WE CHOOSE SUSTAINABILITY EVERY DAY Proud supporters of sustainable development in Australia

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BEST SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT — EXISTING BUILDINGS 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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KONE AWARD FOR BEST SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT — EXISTING BUILDINGS

GREENWAY VIEWS 77 ATHLLON DRIVE, GREENWAY ACT Greenway Views, a world-class seniors’ living village, offers the highest standards of amenities and services. Hosting 210-apartments across three purpose-built buildings, the project has given this large-scale asset a second life and an industry-first to receive CEFC funding. Greenway Views is superior from the ground up. Owned by: LDK Nominated by: FDC Construction & Fitout (ACT) Pty Ltd Project Team Developer: Architects: Builder: Consultants:

Cromwell Property Group Gray Puksand FDC Construction & Fitout (ACT) Pty Ltd Northrop Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd

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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS MELBOURNE SOUTHBANK 35-47 City Road, Melbourne Southbank VIC The development of Holiday Inn Express Melbourne Southbank strategically focused on sustainability practices that reduces the building’s overall footprint. With the hotel being designed to achieve a 0.5-star uplift to 5-stars NABERS Energy during operation, substantial energy savings are to be delivered too. Owned by: Pro-invest Group Nominated by: Pro-invest Group Project Team Developer: Architects:

Pro-invest Developments REID Campbell Architects & Fender Katsalidis Planner: Urbis Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Hickory Constructions Group Consultants: Tactical (Project Manager), Cundall & CIM (ESD Consultants) Financier: Commonwealth Bank and Clean Energy Finance Corporation Other: Pro-invest Hotels Group (Operator), InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) (Operator & Developer Support/Brand Owner), Pro-invest Asset Management (Asset Manager)

MARRICK & CO Corner of Marrickville and Livingstone Road, Sydney NSW At Marrick & Co, Mirvac has created the first One Planet Living community in NSW and reimagined urban life as more sustainable, liveable, inclusive and resilient. Harnessing authentic Marrickville values, the revitalisation of the former Marrickville Hospital site innovatively integrates new density housing with new landmark community assets. Owned by: Mirvac Projects Pty Ltd Nominated by: Mirvac Projects Pty Ltd Project Team Developer: Mirvac Architects: Mirvac Design and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

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Website: www.rcp.net.au • Email: rcp@rcp.net.au • Offices: Adelaide - Brisbane - Gold Coast - Melbourne - Sydney - Townsville


Award for

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

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RCP AWARD FOR GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP

COHORT 16 NEXUS WAY, SOUTHPORT QLD COHORT is the Queensland Government’s coworking, innovation and laboratory space located within the heart of the 200-hectare Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct. COHORT has rapidly become a launchpad for health and technology startups, entrepreneurs and mentors, by supporting and connecting its members with programs and partners to achieve success. Nominated by: Economic Development Queensland (Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning) Project Team Economic Development Queensland Developer: Architects: Space Cubed Design Studio and ArkLAB Planner: Urbis Pty Ltd Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Quadric Consultants: COHORT Other: CoSpaces

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Denman Prospect is a world-class suburb with considered amenities and design.

National Finalist for ‘Best Masterplanned Community’

Developed by the same team behind Canberra Airport, our unwavering focus has been to create a vibrant community whilst generating positive social and environmental outcomes that redefine remarkable living in Canberra.

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Finalists CLAREMONT ON THE PARK Set around Claremont Oval, 3 Davis Road, Claremont WA At Claremont on the Park, DevelopmentWA has created a connected and sustainable transport-orientated infill development with a unique sense of place around the historic Claremont Oval – transforming an under-utilised sporting facility into a vibrant activity centre and delivering new homes, retail and commercial offerings, and employment, cultural and community spaces. Nominated by: DevelopmentWA Project Team Developer: DevelopmentWA Architects: Hames Sharley Planner: Element Consultants: JDSi Consulting Engineers Other: NS Projects

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Integrated Design & Engineering → Together with our clients, we create lasting community benefit Discover more ghdwoodhead.com

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BEST WORKPLACE PROJECT This award recognises innovation and excellence in a new or refreshed workplace project with a minimum net lettable area of 2000 square metres.

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GHDWOODHEAD AWARD FOR BEST WORKPLACE PROJECT

AXLE, SOUTH EVELEIGH 5-7 CENTRAL AVENUE, EVELEIGH NSW Axle, anchored by CBA, is the first building to be completed at Mirvac’s South Eveleigh. It’s innovative modular, prefabrication design of the curved atrium resulted in significant cost and construction efficiencies. The precinct is set to be a vibrant new destination for lifestyle, culture, work, and community. Owned by: Mirvac Nominated by: Mirvac Project Team Developer: Mirvac Architects: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Pty Ltd (FJMT) and Woods Bagot Planner: Ethos Urban Builder: Mirvac Construction Consultants: Enstruct, ARUP, IGS, Surface Design, PTC Financier: Mirvac Group, Sunsuper and AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund

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A DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Finalist in the 2021 Award for Diversity <250 employees

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Finalists COCA-COLA AMATIL L13, 40 Mount Street, North Sydney NSW Brand that powers happiness required a workplace that powers its people. Unispace delivered a five-floor transformation for Coca-Cola Amatil in Sydney, to create a destination reflective of the business. The new space heralded a new sense of energy for Coca-Cola Amatil team. Now that’s refreshing. Owned by: Coca-Cola Amatil Nominated by: Unispace Project Team Architects: Planner:

Unispace Unispace

GPO EXCHANGE — ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT INTEGRATED FIT OUT 10 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA The AGD Integrated Fit Out provided an opportunity for government to embrace modern ways of working for the legal profession. It established a benchmark for design standards and principles across government accommodation by recognising the financial and risk benefits of delivering integrated fit outs through the Agreement for Lease model. Owned by: Department of Transport & Infrastructure Nominated by: Turner & Townsend Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Builder: Consultants:

Charter Hall MPH Architects Katnich Dodd Built Turner & Townsend (Client PM), Floth (Services), Sonus (Acoustics), D2 (Green Star), Aurecon (Structure)

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We are Australia’s leading integrated steel manufacturing, distribution and recycling business, providing solutions for commercial and residential construction, large scale and nation-building infrastructure, and our primary producers and rural sectors.

InfraBuild. Building futures through sustainable steel. www.infrabuild.com

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BEST MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT This award recognises and rewards innovation in a mixed use development.

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INFRABUILD AWARD FOR BEST MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

U CITY 43 FRANKLIN STREET, ADELAIDE SA Uniting Communities’ U City development is a truly unique, inclusive and diverse ‘vertical village’ in the heart of the Adelaide CBD. This world-first, radical mixed-use development brings together retirement living, specialist short and long stay disability apartments, function centre, commercial, retail and hospitality outlets, and social services suites. Owned by: Uniting Communities Nominated by: Woods Bagot Project Team Developer: Uniting Communities Architects: Woods Bagot Planner: Jensen Planning + Design Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Built Consultants: WSP (Services Engineering), Bonacci Group (Structural & Civil Engineering), D Squared (ESD Consultant) Financier: Commonwealth Bank

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Finalists MIDNIGHT BY GEOCON DARLING SQUARE Darling Harbour and Haymarket, Sydney NSW Darling Square is Sydney’s most walkable inner-city neighbourhood at the heart of Darling Harbour’s $3.4 billion revitalisation. With more than 4000 new residents, 2000 office workers, 80 retailers and millions of visitors; Darling Square is a bold new neighbourhood that pushes the boundaries on how people connect, share and explore. Owned by: Lendlease Nominated by: Lendlease and Arcadis Project Team Developer: Lendlease Architects: Allen Jack Cottier, Denton Corker Marshall, Tzannes, FJMT, Woods Bagot, Kengo Kuma Planner: Ethos Urban Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Lendlease Building Consultants: Arcadis, Aspect Studios

92 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon ACT Midnight is a stunning mixed use development which pushes the boundaries for Braddon in the ACT, marrying high quality living spaces with access to amenities such as a lap pool, restaurant, cafés and bar. Directly adjacent to the Elouera Street light rail stop, the project also includes a 199-room Hotel. Owned by: GEOCON Nominated by: GEOCON Project Team Developer: GEOCON Architects: Fender Katsaidis Architects Planner: Knight Frank Quantity Surveyor: Turner & Townsend Builder: GEOCON Constructors Consultants: Oculus Other: BCA Consultants

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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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HAMES SHARLEY AWARD FOR BEST SHOPPING CENTRE DEVELOPMENT

BURWOOD BRICKWORKS SHOPPING CENTRE 70 MIDDLEBOROUGH ROAD, BURWOOD EAST VIC Burwood Brickworks is anchored by Woolworths and houses Dan Murphy’s, Reading Cinemas, approximately 35 specialty tenancies as well as Australia’s first shopping centre rooftop urban farm. It aims to become the first retail development to achieve Living Building Challenge® certification, making it the most sustainable shopping centre in the world. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Frasers Property Australia Developer: Architects: NH Architecture Planner: Tract Quantity Surveyor Frasers Property Australia Builder: Hacer Group Consultants: ADP, Group GSA, Spencer Group, CJ Arms, Russell & George, Aqua Cell, Green Star: Cundall, Delta Q Cultural, Balarinji, Mandy Nicholson, Electrolight Creative, Right Angle Studio, Strategic Spaces, Wise McBaron

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A little luxury for all. Little National Hotel Sydney is now open. Perfectly located above Wynyard Station and centred between Barangaroo, Bridge Street and Martin Place. With 230 rooms, Technogym wellness centre, sprawling library and exclusive rooftop lounge and bar. 26 Clarence Street Sydney NSW littlenationalhotel.com.au A DOMA Hotel.

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Finalists CASTLE TOWERS STAGE 3A — LEVEL 1 FRESH FOOD & METRO MALL 6-14 Castle Street, Castle Hill NSW Inspired by the people of Castle Hills, QIC Global Real Estate (QICGRE) has embarked on a transformation of Castle Towers. Transcending the archetypal shopping centre and reimagining retail, hospitality, and transport like never before, QICGRE is reshaping Castle Towers into a town centre that serves its community’s whole-life needs. Owned by: QIC Nominated by: QIC Project Team Developer: QIC Architects: The Buchan Group Planner: Ethos Urban Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Construction Control Australia Consultants: Turner Townsend Thinc (Project Manager) ADP (Services), BG&E (Civil & Structural), WSP (Fire & Acoustic), Philip Chun (Certifier), GTA (Traffic)

CRAIGIEBURN JUNCTION 420-440 Craigieburn Road, Craigieburn VIC Craigieburn Junction is a market-leading ‘hybrid’ Large Format Retail Centre with a range of national and international LFR brands, catering for the fast-growing residential market in the northernMelbourne corridor. It also includes a major medical centre, an ethnic supermarket, personal services and a mix of cuisines from around the world. Owned by: Perpetual Corporate Trust Limited Nominated by: PGIM (Australia) Pty Ltd Project Team Developer:

PGIM (Australia) Pty Ltd & Oreana Property Group Architects: Leffler Simes Planner: Network Planning Consultants Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Maben Group Financier: UOB Sydney

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Collectively diverse

Individually experienced At S4B we celebrate our people, our experiences, our projects, our clients… and learn from it to broaden our human thinking, leading to better decision making and better engineering outcomes.

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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 an historic context.

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S4B AWARD FOR BEST HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT

STATE LIBRARY VICTORIA 328 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE VIC Since 1854, State Library Victoria has provided a place to gather, discover and connect. Complex heritage restorations reveal and restore the stories told by Australia’s oldest public library. Completed in December 2019, the Vision 2020 redevelopment project transformed SLV, now enabling it to share stories of our past and future. Owned by: State Library Victoria Nominated by: Development Victoria

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271 SPRING STREET 271 Spring Street, Melbourne VIC 271 Spring Street is a 16-level, boutique office tower in Melbourne, developed as the new headquarters for Australian Unity. The tower completes ISPT’s Lonsdale precinct and brings together the best in workplace design, adaptive reuse of space, heritage conservation and community. Owned by: ISPT Nominated by: ISPT Project Team Developer: ISPT Architects: John Wardle Architect Planner: Urbis Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Probuild Constructions Australia Consultants: Duo Project Management, Arup Structure, Arup Services, Trethowan Heritage Architects, PLP, GML

Shaping Melbourne for 25 years.

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Finalists PRECINCT CAPITAL OFFICES Level 1, 2 Barrack Street, Sydney NSW Precinct Capital provides an innovative, flexible workplace in which GBA Heritage and Giles Tribe Architects have created a timeless, contemporary interior juxtaposed with the historic building fabric. The project reveals and respects the heritage values, whilst contributing a new layer in the history of the building, ensuring future longevity. Owned by: Precinct Holdings Pty Ltd Nominated by: Precinct Holdings Pty Ltd Project Team Architects: Planner: Builder: Consultants:

Giles Tribe Planning Ingenuity Forma Projects GBA Heritage

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE THE OLD QUADRANGLE REDEVELOPMENT The Old Quad, University of Melbourne, Parkville VIC The Old Quadrangle Redevelopment is a complex heritage refurbishment and sustainability project that overcame competing challenges to breathe life back into the University of Melbourne’s oldest and most iconic building. An innovative re-design within the original envelope has re-created the first heritage-listed Passive House building in Australia. Owned by: University of Melbourne Nominated by: Aurecon Project Team The University of Melbourne Developer: Architects: Lovell Chen Quantity Surveyor: Slattery Builder: Kane Constructions Consultants: Aurecon (Project Managers and Superintendents), Umow Lai and Associates (Services and ESD Engineering), Irwinconsult (Structural Engineers)

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Building what’s next starts with intelligent quality management.

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DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION This Award recognises innovation that creates significant advancement and improvement within a development. Innovation can relate to financing, design, construction, sustainability, use of technology and or other factors. The innovation must be replicable and of broad benefit to the industry and or the community.

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PROCORE AWARD FOR DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION

AUSTRALIAN EMBASSY DEVELOPMENT ACT The new Australian Embassy to the Kingdom of Morocco in Rabat is a world-first innovative development of an Australian-built, fully sea-transportable, offsite constructed modular A-Grade diplomatic office building solution. The development of the new modular Australian Embassy for Rabat was done in collaboration with the Australian modular building industry with the vision to deliver an Australian-built, repeatable, transportable building solution that would meet the exacting quality and security needs of an Australian Government diplomatic mission. Owned by: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Nominated by: Global Project Solutions Pty Ltd

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AMBERTON BEACH COASTAL NODE WA Amberton Beach is a vibrant and charming coastal Stockland community overlooking the pristine coastline of the Indian Ocean. The Amberton Beach Coastal Precinct is a $5 Million investment in beach access, beach amenities, The Amberton Beach Bar & Kitchen and Lighthouse Park for residents and the wider community.

AXLE AND THE FOUNDRY (STAGE 2) SOUTH EVELEIGH NSW

Owned by: Stockland & Eglinton Estates Pty Ltd

Stage Two of Mirvac’s South Eveleigh precinct includes the completion of contemporary workplace developments, The Foundry and Axle, bringing together cutting-edge technology, construction and design techniques to deliver stunning examples of next generation workplaces and create a flexible and sustainable campus-style working environment.

Nominated by: Stockland

Owned by: Mirvac Nominated by: Mirvac

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BUILD NEUTRAL AT MINNIPPI QUARTER QLD Build Neutral was developed by Frasers Property to give residents an opportunity to offset the carbon emissions associated with the construction of their homes. Combined with the carbon neutral operation of Frasers Property and the operation of the dwelling using Frasers Property’s Real Utilities the footprint becomes 100% carbon neutral. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia


Finalists

DARAMU HOUSE

HAWAIIAN MARKETPLACE

NSW

WA

Daramu House at Barangaroo South is the workspace for the innovation generation, a beacon of sustainability, advanced digital design and manufacturing technologies. Designed by Tzannes architects and completed in September 2019, Sydney’s largest engineered timber commercial building boasts Australia’s first integrated solar and green roof with next level elegance.

Concerned about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on its specialty retail tenants, property company, Hawaiian, created Hawaiian Marketplace. This multi-vendor online sales platform allows customers to purchase direct from their favourite retailer and offers tenants an additional sales channel; all with free home delivery by Hawaiian Guest Service Managers.

Owned by: Lendlease

Owned by: Hawaiian

Nominated by: Lendlease

Nominated by: Hawaiian

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HAWTHORN PARK

MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY AINSWORTH BUILDING

VIC The project targeted local owner occupiers, reflected in apartment specifications, layouts and designs as well as amenities. Hawthorn Park engaged in public relations, social media, community events, and a paid advertising campaign. A trending news piece early 2021, Hawthorn Park appeared in the Herald Sun, News.com, Domain, Architecture and Design. Owned by: Dahau Group Australia Nominated by: Dahau Australia

LITTLE NATIONAL HOTEL SYDNEY NSW DOMA wanted to create a beautiful place where people can stay, with everything they need and nothing they don’t. This luxury comes not just from the physical space we have created, but the excellent service provided by the hotel’s dedicated staff. Little National Hotel Sydney delivers all this and more. Owned by: Doma Group Nominated by: Doma Group

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NSW The Macquarie University Ainsworth Building is the new home of Macquarie University’s Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences. The expansive mass timber and glass structure within a very constraint site nestled in between hospital, campus and commercial precinct, provides flexible and collaborating learning environments, establishing the University’s position in medical education. Owned by: Macquarie University Nominated by: Buildcorp Group


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MELBOURNE QUARTER VIC With a value of $2.9 billion, Lendlease’s Melbourne Quarter (MQ) is one of the city’s most innovative and sustainable urban regeneration developments yet. Located in the Southern Cross precinct, with unparalleled major transport connectivity, this landmark project is leading the way in delivering dynamic ways of working and living. Owned by: Lendlease Nominated by: Lendlease

SNACKBRANDS AUSTRALIA NSW Snackbrands high-bay facility in Western Sydney is one of the tallest warehouses in Australia. The 37-metre-high building provides Australians across the nation with their much-loved snacking goods, including iconic brands like Kettle Chips, CC’s and Cheezels. The world-class facility offers what is possible in advanced warehouse design and construction. Owned by: Altis Property Partners Nominated by: Altis Property Partners

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STRATHNAIRN AT GINNINDERRY ACT Ginninderry is a project of international significance in the Capital Region and is setting a benchmark for local industry through implementation of a range of innovative initiatives. The management of stormwater is a key innovative project initiative which has been successfully implemented in the first suburb of Strathnairn.

THE ANNEX, 12 CREEK STREET QLD

Owned by: Ginninderry Joint Venture

The Annex at 12 Creek Street is an innovative, vertical ‘village’ workspace development. Boutique in height and floor plate size, it packs a punch of innovative features and design. Its unique biophilic design connects to the site’s heritage and looks to the future with dynamic, flexible turnkey workspaces for businesses.

Nominated by: Calibre

Owned by: Dexus Nominated by: Dexus

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THE BEACH SHACK — SCARBOROUGH

U CITY

WA

SA

The Beach Shack is not only one of the most environmentally friendly, but also one of the most technologically advanced. The technology in the building is unique, replicable and facilitates a benefit to residents by providing low cost access to technology, which is ordinarily out of reach for most residents.

Uniting Communities’ U City development is a truly unique, inclusive and diverse ‘vertical village’ in the heart of the Adelaide CBD. This world-first, radical mixed-use development brings together retirement living, specialist hotel and long stay disability apartments, function centre, commercial, retail and hospitality outlets and social services suites.

Owned by: Norup + Wilson Nominated by: Norup + Wilson

Owned by: Uniting Communities Nominated by: Woods Bagot

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We’re here for the life-changers At PEXA, we believe buying and selling property should be exciting. That’s why we’re empowering you to create life-changing experiences. With our world-first digital platform, we’re transforming the property industry and helping millions of Australians change their lives with confidence.

Digital property settlement pexa.com.au/lifechangers

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Award for

PROJECT INNOVATION This Award recognises innovation that creates significant advancement and improvement within the property industry. Innovation can relate to a product, program, service and/or other initiative. The innovation must be replicable and of broad benefit to the industry and/or the community.

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PEXA AWARD FOR PROJECT INNOVATION

BINDIMAPS — MAKING SHOPPING MORE INCLUSIVE FOR EVERYONE NSW BindiMaps is a mobile app using beacon technology to provide easy, safe indoor navigation for people with vision impairment. The app helps users navigate large, complex indoor spaces like shopping centres, offices, education and health facilities. BindiMaps provides independence and mobility for people with vision impairment and convenience for everyone. Nominated by: Stockland

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AUSTRALIAN FIRST SOLPOD — MOVABLE COMMERCIAL SOLAR PV SYSTEM NSW Property NSW, in collaboration with industry partners, trialled an Australian first rooftop solar technology — Solpods to reduce carbon emissions and lower operational costs whilst ensuring a sustainable future. By generating 1,370MWh of renewable energy and saving taxpayers $325,000 annually, PNSW has established itself as an industry leader. Nominated by: Housing & Property Group (HAP) — Property NSW

AXLE AND THE FOUNDRY (STAGE TWO), SOUTH EVELEIGH NSW Stage Two of Mirvac’s South Eveleigh precinct includes the completion of contemporary workplace developments, The Foundry and Axle, bringing together cutting-edge technology, construction and design techniques to deliver stunning examples of next generation workplaces and create a flexible and sustainable campus-style working environment. Nominated by: Mirvac

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COLLINS PLACE ELECTRICAL MODERNISATION PROJECT VIC When the electrical infrastructure at Collins Place was identified as beyond its operational life and in need of replacement, an innovative solution was created to allow the upgrades without causing disruption to tenants. The project set new benchmarks within the property sector from an operational, safety and sustainability viewpoint. Nominated by: Turner & Townsend


Finalists FERN POWERED BY SPACECUBED WA Fern Powered by Spacecubed in partnership with Mirvac is a fully managed premium flexible space that combines building operations with technology, customer service and community activation. This project blends our experience in designing and managing flex spaces and communities, with our Spacecubed Platform to deliver a full serviced building experience. Nominated by: Spacecubed Ventures Pty Ltd

480 NORTHBOURNE AVENUE, DICKSON ACT The 13,200sqm NLA office at 480 Northbourne Ave Dickson is the first in the ACT to use an all-electric system as a mechanical solution. Due to Canberra’s cold ambient temperatures the mechanical design incorporates heat pump chillers that maintain capacity and efficiency through the colder months to provide optimum temperatures. Nominated by: Doma Group

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HIGH CARE BUILDING DESIGN: A BEST PRACTICE GUIDE QLD Gripfast’s ‘High Care Building Design – A Best Practice Guide’ captures eight years experience working with clients to project manage building new accommodation for people with high care needs. It combines practical knowledge and pragmatic experience with academic research into a unique and innovative contribution to our industry’s body of knowledge. Nominated by: Gripfast Consulting

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ILUMA PRIVATE ESTATE WA The Affordability Experiment was conceived from Mirvac’s vision to deliver a home that is a true study on affordable housing. It is a unique and innovative project that addresses affordable housing, both in the purchase price as well as ongoing living costs Nominated by: Mirvac WA Pty Ltd


Finalists LENDLEASE FUTURESTEPS NSW FutureSteps fosters long-term relationships with not-for-profits to provide the resources and skills needed to build an organisation’s capacity for lasting impact. FutureSteps provides grant funding for projects that will allow organisations the opportunity to find innovative solutions to housing stress and homelessness, ensuring communities continue to prosper into the future. Nominated by: Lendlease

LENDLEASE: HEALTH, SAFETY & SUSTAINABILITY NSW The Lendlease Commercial Funds and Asset Management Portfolio continues to strive to be the most sustainable office portfolio in the world. Through the early adoption of both the WELL Health Safety Certification and Green Star Pathway to Net Carbon Zero, Lendlease remains at the forefront of innovation in sustainability. Nominated by: JLL

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MELBOURNE CONNECT VIC Melbourne Connect is Australia’s newest innovation precinct delivered in partnership between The University of Melbourne and a consortium led by Lendlease. Melbourne Connect brings industry leaders together with the University of Melbourne to unlock digitally driven, data-enabled and socially responsible solutions to our most pressing challenges. Nominated by: Lendlease

MY MERRIFIELD SMARTPHONE APP VIC Developed for MAB & GPC’s mixed-use masterplanned community, Merrifield, the unique, first-of-its-kind ‘My Merrifield’ smartphone application excels at improving the quality of relevant community information and maximising its reach to the broader region – empowering Merrifield purchasers, other family members, renter households, residents in surrounding developments and local businesses. Nominated by: MAB Corporation & Gibson Property Corporation

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Finalists SMART SUN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM DIGITAL TWIN AS AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL SA Digital Twinning Australia has twinned the renewable energy system at an Adelaide CBD school. This enables the students to learn how to optimise the building’s energy efficiency, adding value to data, and it provides the baseline for future Electric Vehicle Charging infrastructure and a sustainable school community.

WA A ground-breaking pilot by DevelopmentWA, in collaboration with Horizon Power, is paving the way for WA’s regional communities to save through greater access to renewable energy. Smart Sun has delivered exciting outcomes, including significantly lower household energy bills and insight into ways to reduce infrastructure costs in new housing developments. Nominated by: DevelopmentWA and Horizon Power

Nominated by: Digital Twinning Australia

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BEST BUSINESS OR INDUSTRIAL PARK This award recognises and publicly rewards the efficient use of capital in a new or refurbished business or industrial park development.

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LJ HOOKER COMMERCIAL AWARD FOR BEST BUSINESS OR INDUSTRIAL PARK

SYDNEY BUSINESS PARK 15 HOLLINSWORTH ROAD, MARSDEN PARK NSW Sydney Business Park is a 256 hectare, master planned employment estate, which strives to prioritise staff enjoyment and create a positive legacy for the local community. With plans to deliver 23,500 jobs, Sydney Business Park is the largest and fastest growing employment area in Sydney’s booming North West. Owned by: Sydney Business Park Nominated by: Sydney Business Park Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Builder: Consultants: Financier: Other:

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HAWTHORN PARK – THE FUTURE OF HAWTHORN IS HERE A campus-style residential development, split over four buildings, Hawthorn Park is the largest development in the City of Boroondara. Designed by leading multiresidential architects Rothelowman, the project is planned around a Jack Merlo designed parkland including the central park and a series of garden spaces which create a dynamic pedestrian connection between Burwood and Camberwell Road.

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The gently curved eroded forms create a layered spatial experience and provide visual connection, interest, and recreation, whilst a hard blue stone envelope has been established around the perimeter to create a sense of protection and containment. The Camberwell Road façade is crowned with Melbourne’s first suspended, residential sky-pool, a testament to the collaboration between the architects, contractors and consulting team.

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Finalists YATALA CENTRAL BY FRASERS PROPERTY INDUSTRIAL Corner of Peachey Road and Pearson Road, Yatala QLD Yatala Central is a 40ha industrial estate strategically located between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. The estate services a wide range of local and global warehousing and manufacturing users. The park boasts significant environmental credentials, including being home to Queensland’s first 6 Star Green Star Design and AsBuilt rated warehouse. Owned by: Frasers Property Industrial Nominated by: Frasers Property Industrial Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants:

Financier:

Frasers Property Industrial Frasers Property Industrial Gassman Development Perspectives Frasers Property Industrial Frasers Industrial Constructions Pty Ltd & BMD Urban (civil contractor) Luke Rytenskild (Traffic Engineer); Empower & Arcadis (Civil Engineer); Litoria & Golder Associates (Environmental); ORICA (Blast Mapping); Gassman Development Perspectives (Flora and Fauna); Biodiversity Australia (Nest boxes); Douglas Partners (Geotechnical); Acoustic Works (Acoustic); Empower & Arcadis (Hydraulic Engineer) Frasers Property Industrial

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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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Project Management


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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BRIDGE42 AWARD FOR FUTURE LEADER OF THE YEAR

LISA HINDE HEAD OF SUSTAINABILITY COLLIERS REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT SERVICES AUSTRALIA NSW Lisa Hinde is a globally recognised sustainability leader within the built environment. She is credited with driving outstanding results and innovation for over 3.5million m2 of real estate in Australia through developing and guiding long term industry leading sustainability, health and wellbeing programs. Nominated by: GBCA

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AMANDA OSSIP

ANNA BLAND

Senior Asset Manager

Innovation Project Manager

NSW Mirvac Senior Asset Manager, Amanda Ossip has over 16 years’ experience, managing a number of assets, including treasured national heritage buildings. A strategic thinker, passionate about creating places to be enjoyed by all, Amanda is credited for her collaborative leadership style, effective communication skills and appreciation for storytelling through property. Nominated by: Mirvac 106

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BEN THOMAS National Manager — Environment NSW

Anna leads the program management of Investa’s Innovation Function at Investa. She is an expert in project management of data and analytics projects, a unique niche skill set, especially in property. Anna is a vital future leader of our industry who is guiding the transformation and digitisation of real estate.

Leading by delivering sustainability outcomes for GPT, collaborating and setting industry standards with peers and fostering greater inclusion, Ben Thomas has made a significant contribution to the recognition of the Australian property sector as world leading in sustainability through his work with GPT, the Better Buildings Partnership, InterBuild and others.

Nominated by: Investa

Nominated by: The GPT Group

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CLAIRE MASON Associate VIC

DILLON MACDONNELL Assistant Development Manager VIC

A highly experienced consultant leading a number of multidisciplinary projects at Arup, Claire takes a holistic view of technical roles in the property industry and her approach to leadership. She has a strong sense of purpose and is passionate about developing the next generation of engineers.

Inspired by his passion for sustainable design, immersive experiences in Denmark and Korea, and in his current role as Assistant Development Manager in Urban Renewal at Development Victoria, Dillon is committed to achieving meaningful change in precinct scale projects that will shape the way Victorians live for generations to come.

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ELIZABETH COOK

JAKE HARRY

Project Manager, Commercial Delivery

Principal Consultant

VIC

VIC

Development Manager

Development Victoria is pleased to nominate Liz Cook for the Property Council of Australia Future Leader Award. Liz has worked across several divisions at Development Victoria and currently leads the state-shaping Bendigo GovHub project. Liz’s contributions to projects has seen her recognised within Development Victoria as a future leader.

Jake Harry is a driven, committed, and passionate professional with a relentless desire to deliver positive and innovative project outcomes. With over eight years’ experience in management consulting and construction delivery, Jake has developed into an industry leader through a focus on performance improvement driven by data.

VIC Development Victoria is pleased to nominate Kim Nguyen for the Property Council of Australia Future Leader award. Kim is a dedicated member of our Property Development team, focussed on honing her skills in property development, and finding solutions to the challenges facing our industry and the communities we work in.

Nominated by: Development Victoria

Nominated by: Turner & Townsend

Nominated by: Development Victoria

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Finalists

LORNA NOLAN

SOMMER THOMPSON

National Marketing & Communications Manager

Senior Development Manager

NSW

VIC

A specialist in media engagement, brand management and strategic communications, Lorna has 15 years’ + experience spanning the corporate, government and not-for-profit space. Lorna is passionate about affecting social change including achieving gender equality, workplace diversity and the eradication of climate change. She recently graduated with an MBA from USyd.

Sommer, an emerging leader highly regarded by her peers and external colleagues, is an integral part of the team driving Stockland’s community-centred growth in Victoria. Sommer is leading new liveability and sustainability innovations in large-scale developments while supporting the next generation of talented property professionals to rise through Stockland’s ranks.

Nominated by: Investa

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Over the past five years Parkview has built more apartments than any other construction company in NSW.

With 25 years at the forefront of the residential industry, we’re taking the same exacting standards into hotels, seniors living, build to rent as well as offices, warehouses and more.

Our deep commitment to quality and human shaped solutions produces exceptional results and places people love.

Discover the difference we can bring through our belief in care that counts.

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BEST RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT This award recognises and publicly rewards the efficient use of capital in a new or refurbished residential development.

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PARKVIEW AWARD FOR BEST RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

LT. MILLER & NIGHTINGALE BRUNSWICK EAST 55-63 NICHOLSON STREET, BRUNSWICK EAST VIC Lt. Miller & Nightingale Brunswick East are co-located urban infill projects 4 km from the CBD. They represent two of Victoria’s most sustainable residential communities, achieving an average 7.5 NatHERS rating. The 66-apartment development shares amenities, services and values, yet presents two distinctly unique models of sale, identity and aesthetics. Owned by: 55 - 63 Nicholson Street Pty Ltd Nominated by: ClarkeHopkinsClarke Project Team Developer: Lucent Architects: ClarkeHopkinsClarke Planner: Ratio Quantity Surveyor: Napier and Blakley Consultants: Adams Engineering (Structure), Simpson Kotzman (Services), Grimbos Building Surveyors, Breathe Architecture (Interiors), Dobbs Doherty (acoustic), Ratio (Planning and Traffic), John Patrick (Landscaping) and Open Works (Landscaping) Financier: Commonwealth Bank PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA | RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

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BOTANICAL SUBIACO DRIFT BY MOSAIC

74 Price Street, Subiaco WA Botanical Apartments creates a bold architectural statement as it connects the vibrancy of a premier inner city location with the tranquility of a stunning parkland setting. The outside is brought inside through an innovative light-filled landscaped atrium, and residents enjoy resort-style rootop amenities with views of the city and surrounds. Owned by: Edge Visionary Living Nominated by: Edge Visionary Living Project Team Developer: Edge Visionary Living Architects: Hillam Architects Quantity Surveyor: PSS Group Builder: Jaxon Construction Consultants: Pritchard Francis (Structure and Civil) Financier: ANZ Other: ETC (Electrical)

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63 Coolum Terrace, Coolum Beach QLD

CHESTER & ELLA 7 Chester Street, Newstead QLD Chester & Ella by Kokoda Property is a luxury multi-storey residential development located in Newstead, 1.5 km from the Brisbane CBD. Completed in 2019, the two sculptural towers are an architectural and lifestyle landmark which have made a positive, lasting contribution to residents and Newstead’s built environment. Owned by: Kokoda Property Nominated by: Kokoda Property Project Team Kokoda Property Developer: Architects: Hayball Planner: Urbis Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Hutchinson Builders Financier: Goldman Sachs Australia Other: Bornhorst & Ward

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Drift is a timeless collection of 56, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments in a rare, prized oceanfront position in Coolum Beach. Completed in late 2019, it was the area’s first new apartment development in over a decade. Drift sold out within three months of launch, with 70% of buyers local owner-occupiers. Owned by: Mosaic Property Nominated by: Mosaic Property Group Project Team Developer:

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Finalists ESSENCE 105 Davies Road, Claremont WA Essence is Blackburne’s luxury residential development located in the heart of Perth’s Western Suburbs. Consisting of 143 apartments over ground floor commercial and retail tenancies it has been design for intergenerational living expanding upon Blackburne’s “Affordable Luxury” vision for the higher density urban lifestyle. Owned by: Blackburne Nominated by: Blackburne Project Team Developer: Blackburne Architects: Hames Sharley Planner: Planning Solutions Builder: BGC Construction

EVA LANE COVE 2 Waterview Drive, Lane Cove NSW Eva Lane Cove is a high quality, mixed use project undertaken by Hyecorp Property Group offering 104 apartments, rooftop entertaining area, a state-of-the-art Montessori childcare centre, cafe and a park and playground for the community all set in a unique location with direct access to waterfront parklands. Owned by: Hyecorp Property Group Nominated by: Hyecorp Property Group Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Other:

Hyecorp Property Group Hyecorp Design City Plan Services Pro-Position Surveyors North Shore Property Construction Qalcheck (Infrastructure) Colston Bud Rogers and Kafes (Traffic and Transport planning experts)

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GREENWAY VIEWS SENIOR LIVING

LUMINARY

260 Soward Way, Greenway ACT

131-141 Church Street, Hawthorn VIC

Greenway Views, designed by Gray Puksand for LDK Healthcare and Cromwell Property, rewrites the book on design for seniors living — and it strikes a chord. Greenway Views presents a new standard of senior living – one in which atmospheric health, ageing in place and genuine quality of life prevail.

Dramatic design meets luxury and sophistication. These beautifully composed apartments offer the luxury and effortlessness of multi-residential living with the uniqueness and spaciousness of a standalone residence. The sweeping form of the façade, muted materials and touches of greenery articulate a design response that is both beautiful and contextually mindful.

Owned by: LDK Nominated by: Gray Puksand Project Team Developer: Cromwell Property Group Architects: Gray Puksand Builder: FDC

Owned by: Lechte Corporation

MARRICK & CO

Nominated by: Plus Architecture

Corner of Marrickville and Livingstone Roads, Sydney NSW

Project Team Developer: Lechte Corporation Architects: Plus Architecture Builder: Ironside Consultants: Point Polaris Other: Mim Design

By reimagining density as sustainable, local and authentic, Marrick & Co has delivered an inclusive landmark connecting residents and community. Driven by quintessential Marrickville values, design brings diverse housing, new green connections and spaces, and access to outstanding new amenity, and creates the first One Planet Living community in NSW. Owned by: Mirvac Projects Pty Ltd Nominated by: Mirvac Projects Pty Ltd Project Team Developer: Mirvac Architects: Mirvac Design and Tonkin Zulaikha Greer

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Finalists PRIMA LATITUDE LEIGHTON BEACH BY MIRVAC 29 Leighton Beach Boulevard, North Fremantle WA Perfectly poised to take advantage of its incredible location, Mirvac’s Prima apartments at Latitude Leighton Beach offers residents the ultimate blend of exquisite luxury design and beachside apartment living. With breathtaking ocean views and demonstrated quality and care in every little detail, the project offers a unique oceanfront lifestyle. Owned by: Mirvac Nominated by: Mirvac Project Team Developer: Mirvac WA Pty Ltd Architects: Mirvac Design Pty Ltd Planner: Element Builder: Built Holdings Pty Ltd Consultants: ADG (Structural & Civil), Lehr, Paul & Partners (Hydraulic) Financier: Mirvac Group

PUTNEY HILL 78 Lardelli Drive, Ryde NSW A project spanning over a decade, now home to over 2,000 residents, Putney Hill is a vibrant new and connected residential community that demonstrates design excellence founded on principles to deliver ‘the missing middle’ needed in today’s housing market, achieving a better balance between housing density, open space and amenity. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Developer: Frasers Property Australia Architects: Cox Architecture Planner: Ethos Builder: CBS Builders Consultants: Elton Consulting Other: Environmental Partnership

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SECURE YOUR DREAM HOME WITH AWARD-WINNING DEVELOPER EDGE VISIONARY LIVING

EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE PREMIUM LOCATIONS · MAGNIFICENT VIEWS · SOPHISTICATED DESIGN · SUPERIOR FINISHES · WORLD-CLASS AMENITIES

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Finalists SPECTRUM BY MERITON 42 Church Avenue, Mascot NSW Spectrum by Meriton consists of 367 spacious residences and 15 specialty shops across four residential towers. Set on a prime corner site, Spectrum features luxurious one-, two- and threebedroom apartments and lies just 100 metres from Mascot Station, one kilometre from Sydney Airport and five kilometres from the Sydney CBD. Owned by: Meriton Nominated by: Meriton Project Team Developer: Meriton Architects: Crone / A+ Design Group Planner: Meriton Quantity Surveyor: Meriton Builder: Meriton Consultants: Enstruct Financier: Meriton

THE DRAPERY APARTMENTS 62 Logan Road, Woolloongabba QLD The Drapery is Aria’s most curvaceous development to date, embracing dramatic double height balconies which deliver a visually stunning and activated façade. The development embraces the tapestry and heritage of the local area which is reflected throughout the ground floor retail, interior apartment finishes and style of the Residents’ Club. Owned by: Aria Property Group Nominated by: Icon Co (QLD) Pty Ltd Project Team Developer: Aria Property Group Architects: Ellenberg Fraser Pty Ltd Planner: Urbis Quantity Surveyor: GRC Quantity Surveyors Builder: Icon Co (QLD) Pty Ltd Financier: Commonwealth Bank of Australia

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THE EASTBOURNE 280 Albert Street, East Melbourne VIC The Eastbourne by Mirvac is a residential icon in East Melbourne — a result of cohesive customer centric visioning brought together by significant research, planning, collaboration, and a passion for design which enabled the reimagination of one of Melbourne’s most historic sites into a location for exemplar residential apartment living. Owned by: Mirvac Nominated by: Mirvac Project Team Mirvac (Victoria) Pty Ltd Developer: Architects: Bates Smart Planner: Urbis Builder: Mirvac Construction Pty Ltd Consultants: Robert Bird Group, Simpson Kotzman, Umow Lai, Traffix Group, Oculus, Sam Barber Designs, Marshall Day acoustics, Wastech

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THE HENSLEY 37 Bayswater Road, Potts Point NSW The Hensley is a boutique multi-residential building comprising 44 apartments. The project partially restores and adapts an existing 1920s heritage boarding house – respecting and preserving Potts Point’s treasured Art Deco architecture by allowing heritage aspects of the existing building to influence a contextual narrative throughout. Owned by: Roxy Pacific Nominated by: Woods Bagot Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Builder:

Roxy Pacific Australia Woods Bagot JBA (now Ethos Urban) Next Living


Finalists THE SURRY 421-423 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW

THE ORCHARDS NORWEST 104 Fairway Drive, Norwest NSW Sekisui House, together with Turner Studios vision is to design and deliver a sustainable and prosperous community at The Orchards Norwest. The project draws inspiration from the site’s unique natural environment and the history of the site. Owned by: Sekisui House Australia Nominated by: Turner Studio Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder:

The Surry is a collection of 24, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments, retail tenancies and communal open space on the roof. The residences combine a calm interior palette with a sophisticated urban edge to create an intimate dwelling in each of the homes. Owned by: The Done Group Nominated by: Growthbuilt Project Team Developer:

The Done Group / Cadmium Property

Sekisui House Australia Turner Studio Dowling Urban Rider Levett Bucknall Parkview Constructions

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DRIVING YOUR PROJECT THROUGH INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

EPM provides client-side project and development management services in the property and construction industry. We manage all aspects of the property development and construction process as a client’s expert advocate. Our vision is ‘the project manager of choice’. We employ highly capable and motivated industry professionals who are equipped with proven project management systems, processes and technologies. We set ourselves apart through our drive, the effectiveness of our communication, we follow through and follow-up, we approach problems with a solution-focused attitude, we avoid surprises, and we pursue innovation and value for money. Why? Because we are driven by our desire to be the best. Schools, Colleges & Universities Retirement Living Aged Care Health

Stockland Cardinal Freeman Village

Healius Greensborough

Knox Grammar School

HCF Brookvale

Ascham School

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Award for

BEST MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITY This award is for a master planned community.

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EPM PROJECTS AWARD FOR BEST MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITY

FAIRWATER FAIRWATER BOULEVARD, BLACKTOWN NSW Fairwater is a highly connected and sustainable 38 ha residential neighbourhood, less than 1km from Blacktown CBD. Fairwater achieved NSW’s first 6-Star Green Star – Communities rating, representing World Leadership. With approximately 827 dwellings, Fairwater is one of Australia’s most progressive and environmentally friendly master planned communities. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Developer: Architects: Consultants: Financier:

Frasers Property Australia Frasers Property Australia McGregor Coxall Frasers Property

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ASTON 575 Craigieburn Road, Craigieburn VIC Aston is a vibrant masterplanned community in the heart of Craigieburn offering a diverse range of housing choices for its residents. The community features outstanding parks and playgrounds, a nine-hectare sporting precinct, Elevation Secondary College and a future shopping village, all connected by an extensive walking and cycle network. Owned by: Peet Limited Nominated by: Peet Limited Project Team Developer: Peet Limited Architects: Urban Edge Landscape Architects Planner: Urbis Consultants: Veris (Land Surveying), Stormy Water Solutions (Hydrological Engineering) Other: Ecology & Heritage Partners (Cultural Heritage, Ecology & Biodiversity), Agency of Sculpture (Sculpture)

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Finalists DENMAN PROSPECT

ILUMA PRIVATE ESTATE

John Gorton Drive, Denman Prospect ACT

Corner of Luminous Boulevard and Pegasus Road, Bennett Springs WA

Located in the picturesque Molonglo Valley just 15 minutes from the Canberra City, Denman Prospect is a vibrant, emerging, masterplanned community by Capital Estate Developments, a subsidiary of Canberra Airport, which has set an important new standard in urban design, investment in the public realm and community facilities.

Just 17 km from Perth CBD and 2 km from the Swan Valley, Mirvac’s Iluma Private Estate provides an affordable quality lifestyle within easy access to all of Perth’s riches. Outstanding parks and amenities, a wide variety of homes and homesites and the sustainable Affordability Experiment set Iluma apart.

Owned by: Capital Estate Developments

Owned by: Mirvac

Nominated by: Canberra Airport

Nominated by: Mirvac WA Pty Ltd

Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Builder: Consultants: Financier:

Capital Estate Developments Place Logic, Imogen Miller Urban Design, AMC Architecture, Spiire Place Logic, Canberra Town Planning, Knight Frank, Planit Strategic Group One, Wodens, RAM Contructions, ICON, Ables Place Logic, Calibre, Indesco, Imogen Miller Urban Design Capital Estate Developments

Project Team Developer: Mirvac Planner: CDP Builder: Wormalls Civil Construction Consultants: Emerge Landscape Architects

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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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COLLIERS AWARD FOR BEST OFFICE DEVELOPMENT

SIXTY MARTIN PLACE 60 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY NSW Sixty Martin Place is a 33-level, Premium-grade office tower positioned at the northern end of Martin Place, offering panoramic views to Sydney Harbour, whilst complementing Sydney’s skyline with a uniquely striking form. Valued at over $1Bn, it is jointly owned by Investa and Gwynvill and was completed in December 2019. Owned by: Gwynvill and Investa Commercial Property Fund Nominated by: Investa Office Development Project Team Developer: Investa Office Management Architects: Hassell Planner: Ethos Urban Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Lendlease

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271 SPRING STREET 271 Spring Street, Melbourne VIC 271 Spring Street is 16 level, boutique office tower in Melbourne, developed as the new headquarters for Australian Unity. The tower completes ISPT’s Lonsdale precinct and brings together the best in workplace design, organisational change, heritage conservation and financial returns. Owned by: ISPT Nominated by: ISPT Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Other:

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ISPT John Wardle Architect Urbis Rider Levett Bucknall Probuild Constructions Australia Duo Project Management, Arup Structure, Arup Services, Trethowan Heritage Architects, PLP, GML Australian Unity (Tenant and Customer), Bates Smart (Tenancy Fitout Design)


Finalists CIVIC QUARTER AXLE, SOUTH EVELEIGH 5-7 Central Avenue, Eveleigh NSW Axle, anchored by CBA, is the first building to be completed at Mirvac’s South Eveleigh. It’s innovative modular, prefabrication design of the curved atrium resulted in significant cost and construction efficiencies. The precinct is set to be a vibrant new destination for lifestyle, culture, work, and community. Owned by: Mirvac Property Trust & AMP Capital Nominated by: Mirvac Project Team Developer: Mirvac Architects: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Pty Ltd (FJMT) and Woods Bagot Planner: Ethos Urban Quantity Surveyor: WT Partnership Builder: Mirvac Construction Consultants: Enstruct, ARUP, IGS, Surface Design, PTC Financier: Mirvac Group, Sunsuper, and AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund

68 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra ACT “Tomorrow’s workplace” — Civic Quarter is Canberra’s premier workplace; connected, intelligent and sustainable. A state-of-theart commercial office building with striking architecture, first-class amenities and designed with the users’ needs at its core, CQ is the Capital’s preferred office address for premium corporate brands. Owned by: Amalgamated Property Group Nominated by: Amalgamated Property Group Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants:

Amalgamated Property Group May + Russell Architects Canberra Town Planning Rider Levett Bucknall Construction Control Cox Architecture (Concept Design); Surface Design (Façade Engineers); Barmco Mana (Engineering Services); Cundall (Environmental & Sustainability); THCS (Hydraulics); FFS (Fire Engineering Services); Rudds (Electrical & Mechanical); Acoustic Logic (Acoustics); Redbox Landscape; Sellicks Engineers (Civil BCA Certifiers)

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Delivering Enduring Value Proudly creating awardwinning properties that set new benchmarks in apartment living. BRISBANE | GOLD COAST | SUNSHINE COAST 134

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Finalists DARAMU HOUSE, BARANGAROO

GPO EXCHANGE

1 Sussex Street, Barangaroo NSW

10 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA

Daramu House at Barangaroo South is the workspace for the innovation generation, a beacon of sustainability, advanced digital design and manufacturing technologies. Designed by Tzannes architects and completed in September 2019, Sydney’s largest engineered timber commercial building boasts Australia’s first integrated solar and green roof with next level elegance.

GPO Exchange sets a new benchmark for commercial office development. Featuring the latest advances in smart building technology, sustainability innovation and design excellence, the integration with the heritage-listed Telephone Exchange and new amenity creates an unrivalled commercial precinct destination in Adelaide and sets the standard for tech-enabled buildings nationwide.

Owned by: Lendlease Nominated by: Lendlease Project Team Developer: Lendlease Architects: Tzannes Planner: Ethos Urban Builder: Lendlease Building Consultants: Lendlease, WarrenSmith and Partners, Warrington Fire (Fire Engineers)

Owned by: Charter Hall Nominated by: Charter Hall Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Other:

Charter Hall Hassell Future Urban Group Rider Levett Bucknall Built Woods Bagot and MPH Architects (Fitout architects) Meld (Technology consultant)

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Group fitness, Oran Park

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BURWOOD BRICKWORKS SHOPPING CENTRE 70 MIDDLEBOROUGH ROAD, BURWOOD EAST VIC Burwood Brickworks shopping Centre aims to become the first retail development to achieve Living Building Challenge® certification, making it the most sustainable shopping centre in the world. Burwood Brickworks produces more energy than it consumes, captures and re-uses all the water it needs, incorporates biophilic design, avoids the use of toxic and worst-in-class building materials, and has a net positive waste impact redefining Sustainability in the retail sector. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Frasers Property Australia Developer: Architects: NH Architecture Planner: Tract Quantity Surveyor: Frasers Property Australia Builder: Hacer Group Consultants: ADP, Group GSA, Spencer Group, CJ Arms, Russell & George, Aqua Cell, Cundall, Delta Q Cultural, Balarinji, Artist: Mandy Nicholson, Electrolight Creative, Right Angle Studio, Strategic Spaces, Wise McBaron PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA | RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

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COMMBANK STADIUM 11-13 O’Connell Street, Parramatta NSW CommBank Stadium was designed to deliver an unbeatable gameday experience for all spectators; from atmosphere, proximity to the action, and world-class provision of facilities. In 2020, CommBank Stadium was the first building in Australia to announce LEED v4 Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council.

Owned by: Venues NSW

4 PARRAMATTA SQUARE 12 Darcy Street, Parramatta NSW 4 Parramatta Square by Walker is an exemplary A-grade office tower, developed specifically with Property NSW in mind. The 70,000 square metre tower is now the first and only building in Parramatta to achieve a 6-Star Green Star — Interiors and 6-Star Green Star — As Built rating. Owned by: Walker Corporation

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5-7 Central Avenue, Eveleigh NSW

Project Team Developer: Architects: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Financier: Other:

Axle is one of three new commercial buildings with advanced sustainability features that sits within Mirvac’s South Eveleigh precinct. As the first building completed at the precinct it is an exemplar of modern workplaces featuring design excellence, cutting-edge technology, and heritage integration. Owned by: Mirvac

Nominated by: Walker Corporation Project Team Developer: Architects: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants:

AXEL, SOUTH EVELEIGH

Nominated by: Mirvac Walker Corporation JPW WT Partnership Built / Obayashi Joint Venture (BOJV) AECOM (Services & Façade), BG&E (Civil & Structural) ANZ, CBA and HSBC

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Infrastructure NSW Populous WT Partnership Lendlease NSW Government Aurecon


Finalists CRAIGIEBURN JUNCTION 420-440 Craigieburn Road, Craigieburn VIC Craigieburn Junction is a market-leading ‘hybrid’ Large Format Retail Centre with a range of national and international LFR brands, catering for the fast-growing residential market in the northernMelbourne corridor. It also includes a major medical centre, an ethnic supermarket, personal services and a mix of cuisines from around the world. Owned by: Perpetual Corporate Trust Pty Ltd Nominated by: PGIM (Australia) Pty Ltd

DARAMU HOUSE BARANGAROO

Project Team Developer:

1 Sussex Street, Barangaroo NSW

PGIM (Australia) Pty Ltd & Oreana Property Group Architects: Leffler Simes Planner: Network Planning Consultants Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: Maben Group Financier: UOB Sydney

Daramu House at Barangaroo South is the workspace for the innovation generation, a beacon of sustainability, advanced digital design and manufacturing technologies. Designed by Tzannes architects and completed in September 2019, Sydney’s largest engineered timber commercial building boasts Australia’s first integrated solar and green roof with next level elegance. Owned by: Lendlease Nominated by: Lendlease Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Builder: Consultants:

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FAIRWATER Fairwater Boulevard, Blacktown NSW Fairwater is a highly connected and sustainable 38 ha residential neighbourhood, less than 1 km from Blacktown CBD. Fairwater achieved NSW’s first 6-Star Green Star – Communities rating, representing World Leadership. With approximately 827 dwellings, Fairwater is one of Australia’s most progressive and sustainable new developments. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Developer: Architects: Builder: Consultants: Financier:

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SIXTY MARTIN PLACE 60 Martin Place, Sydney NSW Sixty Martin Place is a 33-level, Premium-grade office tower positioned at the northern end of Martin Place, offering panoramic views to Sydney harbour, whilst complementing Sydney’s skyline with a uniquely striking form. Valued at over $1Bn, it is jointly owned by Investa and Gwynvill and was completed in December 2019. Owned by: Gwynvill and Investa Commercial Property Fund Nominated by: Investa Office Development Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder:

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U CITY THE PRECINCT — MOUNT PLEASANT 893 Canning Highway, Mount Pleasant WA The Precinct – Mount Pleasant is one of the most technologically advanced buildings in Australia. The 192 Apartment development is also a 5-star Greenstar design, incorporating passive solar design ideas, that experts say is worth far more to sustainability than other peer buildings.

U City is a radically diverse mixed use building integrated into the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, creating community and celebrating unity through diversity. It demonstrates innovative outcomes that successfully incorporate complex technical and social parameters into a diverse building that prioritises its role to the public and the city. Owned by: Uniting Communities Nominated by: Woods Bagot

Owned by: Norup + Wilson Nominated by: Norup + Wilson Project Team Developer: Architects: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Financier:

43 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA

Norup + Wilson Woods Bagot Rider Levett Bucknall BGC Construction Forth & Strategic Fire Metrics

Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Financier:

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BEST PUBLIC BUILDING This award recognises excellence in a new or refurbished public building.

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WOODS BAGOT AWARD FOR BEST PUBLIC BUILDING

STATE LIBRARY VICTORIA VISION 2020 REDEVELOPMENT 328 SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE VIC State Library Victoria is Australia’s oldest, and one of the world’s busiest, public libraries. The Vision 2020 redevelopment project respected the public’s relationship with the library, maintaining library operations across all works. Now transformed, SLV reveals and celebrates its history with visitors while meeting the changing needs of all Victorians. Owned by: State Government Victoria and State Library Victoria Nominated by: Built Project Team Developer: Architects:

Development Victoria Architectus & Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects (Denmark) Quantity Surveyor: Aecom Builder: Built Pty Limited Consultants: Andronas Architects (Heritage), Irwinconsult (Services and Structural), Arup (Acoustic and AV) Financiers: State Government of Victoria, State Library Victoria and Philanthropic Contributions

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CALVARY ADELAIDE HOSPITAL

IAN POTTER SOUTHBANK CENTRE (MELBOURNE CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC)

120 Angas Street, Adelaide SA

43 Sturt Street, Southbank VIC

Calvary Adelaide Hospital is a state-of-the-art private hospital providing over 344 overnight beds and 62 day beds, located at 120 Angas Street in the Adelaide CBD. The new hospital replaces the Calvary Wakefield Hospital, including its privately-operated 24-hour emergency department, and the Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital.

Opened in June 2019 in the heart of the Melbourne Arts Precinct, the Ian Potter Southbank Centre serves as the new home for Australia’s oldest and most prestigious music institution, the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, enabling students to improve and share their musical ingenuity with the public.

Owned by: Dexus Healthcare Property Fund

Owned by: University of Melbourne

Nominated by: Commercial & General

Nominated by: Aurecon

Project Team Developer: Commercial & General Architects: Silver Thomas Hanley Planner: Ekistics Quantity Surveyor: Rider Levett Bucknall Builder: John Holland Consultants: Aurecon (Services), Mott MacDonald (Structure and Civil), Katnich Dodd (Certifier), Infraplan (Traffic), Stantec (DAS), CSI Group (Independent Commissioning Agent), Aurecon (Acoustic), Rawtec (Waste), WSP (Fire), Birdseye (Landscape), RSG (Radiation), FSDA (Food Services), DASH (Heritage), WT Partnership (Financier Certifier) Financier: Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Project Team Developer: Architects:

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University of Melbourne John Wardle Architects (Ian Potter Southbank Centre), Searle x Waldron (Building 877 end of trip and cafe facilities) Planner: Urbis Quantity Surveyor: Slattery Builder: Lendlease Consultants: Aurecon (Building Services, ESD, Fire Engineering), Irwinconsult (Structures and Civil), Marshall Day Acoustics (Acoustics), CHW (Audiovisual), Aspect (Landscape), PLP Building Surveyors (Building Surveyor), Diadem (Signage), Electrolight (Specialist Lighting), Brian Hall & Marshall Day Enertech (Theatre), GTA (Traffic), Before Compliance (Accessibility), Arup Facades (Façades) Other: DCWC (Project Management)


Finalists PALM ISLAND PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTRE 24 Main Street, Palm Island QLD The Palm Island residents, 93.8 percent of whom are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander desperately needed a health care facility to improve health outcomes and life expectancy. The $16.5M Palm Island Primary Health Care Centre is a purpose-built, stand-alone building designed with the community to encourage better health outcomes.

ORYGEN AND OYH PARKVILLE 35 Poplar Road, Parkville VIC

Owned by: Queensland Health / Queensland Government Nominated by: Turner & Townsend

An inner city state-of-the-art clinical, research, education, and training facility, Orygen improves the accessibility and appropriateness of youth mental health services as a place that destigmatises mental ill-health and encourages young people to reach out and seek help. Owned by: Orygen, The National Centre Of Excellence In Youth Mental Health Nominated by: Billard Leece Partnership Project Team Architects: Billard Leece Partnership Quantity Surveyor: Donald Cant Watts Corke Builder: Kane Financier: DCWC PROPERTY COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA | RIDER LEVETT BUCKNALL

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SUNSHINE HOSPITAL COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND BIOMEDICINE 176 Furlong Road, St Albans VIC Victoria University’s College of Health & Biomedicine co-location with Sunshine Hospital provides professional simulation spaces for relevant and practical learning. Great design has unlocked the humblest building typology, transforming it into a place that fosters community, industry connections, and improved experiences and opportunities for students in Melbourne’s disadvantaged west. Owned by: Victoria University Nominated by: Victoria University and Woods Bagot Project Team Developer: Architects: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants:

Victoria University Woods Bagot Wilde & Woollard Kane Construction Umow Lai, PLP Building Surveyors, Irwin Consult, Acoustic Logic and John Wardle Architects Financier: Victoria University Other: AECOM

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Finalists SUNSHINE SKILLS HUB

THE SALISBURY COMMUNITY HUB

Building A, 460 Ballarat Road, Sunshine North VIC

34 Church Street, Salisbury SA

The Sunshine Skills Hub supports developing communities with skills-based education tuned to local needs. Equipped with specialist learning spaces simulating real-world workplaces and industry-standard technology, the Hub fosters community, industry connections, and improved experiences and opportunities for students in Melbourne’s disadvantaged west.

The Salisbury Community Hub project involved the design and construction of a new contemporary facility serving as the City of Salisbury’s front of house for customer and community services. Innovative at heart, the Hub is experiencing high end user approval ratings.

Owned by: Victoria University Nominated by: Victoria University and Woods Bagot Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants:

Financiers:

Victoria University Woods Bagot SJB Planning Wilde and Woollard ADCO Constructions Pty Ltd Aecom (Services/Acoustic), Irwin consult (Civil & Structural), Inhabit (Façade), McGregor Coxall (Landscape), Wood & Greive (Audio Visual) Victoria University, Victorian State Government — Department of Education and Training & Ian Potter Foundation

Owned by: City of Salisbury Council Nominated by: Turner & Townsend Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants:

Financier:

City of Salisbury Hassell Architects Future Urban Group Rider Levett Bucknall Hansen Yuncken Turner & Townsend (Project Manager) Resonate Acoustics, Elton Consulting, D Squared Consulting, BuildSurv, Studio Pinata, Dash Architects, Wallbridge Gilbert Aztec, Norman Disney & Young City of Salisbury

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The

Affordable Future

“ Having a home is the most critical aspect of a person’s life.”

Embracing a new era of innovative housing solutions On behalf of the ACT Government, the Suburban Land Agency delivers people-focussed residential estates and urban renewal projects in Canberra. Jessica Hillcrest leads the SLA’s Housing Choice team — she discusses the future of Canberra’s housing affordability and why it’s a critical part of Canberra’s wellbeing. At the Suburban Land Agency we work to provide affordable housing options for all Canberrans. Through collaboration with communities, developers and government we strive to provide Canberrans with choices that benefit the whole community.

If you have a vision for affordable housing in Canberra, we’d love to hear from you.

JESSICA HILLCREST Program Manager for Housing Choice, Suburban Land Agency

What does a thriving community look like to you? To me it’s about how people experience their own place and the shared places within their community. We often emphasise public areas – safety, green spaces, access to services, a healthy lifestyle – but it’s also important that people in their own personal spaces have the same level of comfort and security. Community resilience is also important – so everyone is connected with others around them and feels part of their community.

Why are affordable housing choices so important? Housing affordability is a challenge across Australia, not just Canberra – so it is vital that we have a range of options for people to feel secure and have a sense of belonging. Having a home is the most critical aspect of a person’s life – it underpins their ability to work, raise their family, feel safe and participate in the community. It is our job to help Canberrans get access to housing where they can feel at home and we’re really looking forward to exploring new collaborative opportunities to achieve this.

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BEST AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT This award recognises and publicly rewards the ‘value for money’ in a new or refurbished affordable housing development.

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SUBURBAN LAND AGENCY AWARD FOR BEST AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT

PACIFIC GATEWAY 537 MAIN ROAD, GLENDALE NSW Pacific Gateway by Pacific Link Housing is a modern, innovative, liveable and connected 21-unit development, providing an environmentally and financially sustainable development with integrated housing for low to moderate income households through a cross subsidisation model. This development is the first to be completed under NSW Government’s Communities Plus program. Owned by: Pacific Link Housing Limited Nominated by: Pacific Link Housing Limited Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Financier: Other:

Pacific Link Housing Limited SDA Architecture KDC Pty Ltd Rider Levett Bucknall Kingston Building Australia Auric Project Management National Housing Finance Investment Corporation (NHFIC) Key 2 Reality

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Corporate Custom Publishing Specialists

PRINT | DESIGN | EDITORIAL ADVERTISING SALES | DISTRIBUTION COMPREHENSIVE DIGITAL MEDIA COVERAGE AND PROMOTION Julie Marshall 07 4690 9349 julie.marshall@news.com.au

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Finalists INGENIA LIFESTYLE LARA

NEWPORT WOMEN’S HOUSING

40 Watt Street, Lara VIC

Newport VIC

Ingenia Lifestyle’s unique financial model for land lease communities in Victoria, offers a more independent, financially free and flexible home ownership option for Australian seniors. The Lara community has become a popular source of affordable seniors housing in Victoria, unlocking equity while improving lifestyle, social networks and wellbeing.

Newport Women’s Housing is a multi-residential development featuring 20 spacious and modern apartments. The project carefully connects and aligns the values, desires, motivations and needs of the future residents, local community and housing providers – redefining the mould for affordable housing and ensuring high-quality homes for at-risk women-led households.

Owned by: Ingenia Communities

Owned by: Women’s Housing Ltd

Nominated by: Ingenia Communities

Nominated by: ClarkeHopkinsClarke

Project Team Developer: Architects:

Project Team Developer: Architects: Planner: Quantity Surveyor: Builder: Consultants: Financier: Other:

Builder: Consultants: Other:

Ingenia Communities Ingenia Communities (internal team) and InHouse Design & Drafting (external team) Multiple builders Multiple consultants Hamilton Landscaping plus various contributors

Buildcorp Commercial ClarkeHopkinsClarke Urbis Currie & Brown Buildcorp Commercial Urbanxchange (Project Management) Victorian Property Fund John Patrick & Associates, Reddo Building Surveyors

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Award for

DIVERSITY < 250 EMPLOYEES This award recognises and promotes the positive contribution made by organisations that demonstrate a holistic and long-term commitment to diversity within the property industry. Eligible entrants will be companies that have 250 employees or less.

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RORK PROJECTS AWARD FOR DIVERSITY < 250 EMPLOYEES

ROBERTS CO NSW At Roberts Co, we want to be the catalyst for positive change in the construction industry and ‘Build a Better Way’. We recognise the importance of diversity of thought and therefore have 60% women on our executive team, 33% women as professional staff, and 36% women in management/key positions. Nominated by: Roberts Co

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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT & TENANT REPRESENTATION

FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

PROCUREMENT

DATA ANALYTICS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT & MINOR WORKS MANAGEMENT

Partnering with EvolveFM brings a widespread range of benefits to the Indigenous community. If your organisation is looking to embark on or progress your reconciliation journey, talk to us about your property and facility needs.

DEVELOPMENT VICTORIA

EVOLVE FM

VIC

ACT

At Development Victoria, people are at the core of what we do. We’re committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable workplace and are proud of what we’ve achieved on our journey of continuous improvement - our gender balanced workforce and Board, training programs, equitable recruitment and pay parity.

Evolve FM offers more than rewarding, challenging careers. We have an inclusive, flexible supportive culture e genuinely committed setting and achieving ambitious diversity targets. Through encouraging growth, development and engagement in the Facilities Management sector, and more broadly, across the community, our vision is to create equity through opportunity.

Nominated by: Development Victoria

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Finalists

INSITU GROUP PTY LTD

INVESTA

VIC

NSW

Insitu Group is a progressive construction company with a fresh approach. Established in 2015, with an ethos to offer clients a genuine customer-focused experience that is both agile and authentic while creating an inclusive, diverse workplace for the industry’s talent with staff wellbeing at the forefront of decision making.

Investa’s success is underpinned by its open and inclusive culture, where their people feel safe to bring their whole selves to work, every day. Their holistic diversity and inclusion strategy and innovative people-centred employee benefits enable them to attract and inspire a diverse, talented workforce, driving outstanding commercial results.

Nominated by: Insitu Group Pty Ltd

Nominated by: Investa

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Our strength lives in our differences. Not our similarities. At FDC diversity of thought has been a key strength for over 30 years. We bring together and celebrate people who think differently from one another. We have the analytical types with the creative ones, “big picture” team members with the detail orientated. This creates great conversations that stimulate new ideas and ensures the highest quality for our clients.

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DIVERSITY > 250 EMPLOYEES This award recognises and promotes the positive contribution made by organisations that demonstrate a holistic and long-term commitment to diversity within the property industry. Eligible entrants will be companies that have more than 250 employees.

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FDC AWARD FOR DIVERSITY > 250 EMPLOYEES

GJK FACILITY SERVICES & GJK INDIGENOUS SOLUTIONS VIC GJK Facility Services recognises the value of attracting and retaining employees with different backgrounds, experience and perspectives. In 2017, the GJK founder took this commitment further by co-founding GJK Indigenous Solutions with a proud young Aboriginal woman. Both companies are committed to true diversity within the property & FM industry. Nominated by: GJK Facility Services & GJK Indigenous Solutions

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Norup + Wilson are proud to have two projects as finalists in

MOUNT PLEASANT

the Property Council Awards.

The Precinct - Mount Pleasant Best Sustainable Development (New Building) Award. The Beach Shack - Scarborough Development Innovation Award.

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Finalists

JOHN HOLLAND VIC

KNIGHT FRANK — DIVERSITY & INCLUSION — RECONCILIATION ACTION PLAN NSW

John Holland is challenging traditional processes to cultivate a diverse and inclusive culture focused on our people’s wellbeing. Our award-winning approach, led by our projects, is striving to make our workforce representative of the communities we work in to benefit both our people and the property industry for the future.

Knight Frank’s ambition is to be Australia’s most inclusive and progressive property group. By prioritising people, community and planet, they positively disrupt the industry and unlock greater possibilities for their clients while doing so. Their Corporate Social Responsibility and Diversity & Inclusion strategies are crucial to reaching their ambition.

Nominated by: John Holland

Nominated by: Knight Frank

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Together, we create the future Stockland proudly supports industry education At Stockland we have a strong commitment to developing our employees which includes leveraging the diverse offering of programs and courses from the Property Council Academy. Stockland is excited to be the sponsor of the Property Council Academy for 2021 and acknowledges their work in helping our employees and also growing leaders and professionals from across the industry.

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Each year we recognise the top 5 students from each Industry Diploma with the highest achiever overall named as the Academy/Stockland Champion. The champion receives $3,000 worth of professional training with the Property Council Academy, plus full registration to attend the following year’s Property Congress, the Property Council of Australia’s flagship annual national event. To find out more, please contact us at edu@propertycouncil.com.au or (02) 9033 1900

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Award for

PEOPLE’S CHOICE 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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PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD PRESENTED BY STOCKLAND

BURWOOD BRICKWORKS SHOPPING CENTRE 70 MIDDLEBOROUGH ROAD, BURWOOD EAST VIC Burwood Brickworks is anchored by Woolworths and houses Dan Murphy’s, Reading Cinemas, approximately 35 specialty tenancies as well as Australia’s first shopping centre rooftop urban farm. It aims to become the first retail development to achieve Living Building Challenge® certification, making it the most sustainable shopping centre in the world. Owned by: Frasers Property Australia Nominated by: Frasers Property Australia Project Team Frasers Property Australia Developer: Architects: NH Architecture Planner: Tract Quantity Surveyor Frasers Property Australia Builder: Hacer Group Consultants: ADP, Group GSA, Spencer Group, CJ Arms, Russell & George, Aqua Cell, Green Star: Cundall, Delta Q Cultural, Balarinji, Mandy Nicholson, Electrolight Creative, Right Angle Studio, Strategic Spaces, Wise McBaron

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