The City of Gosnells’ Mills Park redevelopment brings sustainability to the people. Achieving Australia’s first 6 Star Green Star – Public Building Design v1 rating in March 2015, the community facility represents ‘World Leadership’ in sustainable civic infrastructure design.
The Sir Samuel Griffith Centre is a $40 million world class building and Australia’s first off-grid, self-powered teaching and research facility.
Not only do these five new stations look great, but they’re treading more lightly on their surroundings, they’re providing a better environment in which to spend time, and they’re costing fewer taxpayers’ dollars to run – better outcomes all round.
Take a look at an extensive range of projects we have certified in the past by clicking through to our archive section.
The Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre at the Austin Hospital is a holistic response to the many facets and needs of cancer care.
Hopkins Street Affordable Housing is located in Moonah, just 10 minutes drive from Hobart’s CBD. This 5 Star Green-rated development consists of 30 units and supports a community of diverse tenants drawn from the public housing list. The design is be flexible, accessible and affordable and unlike many social housing projects it was created with a real community at its heart, incorporating a communal garden, landscaped courtyard and children’s playground.