Y3 – 839 Collins Street, Melbourne

Project Description

Lendlease’s iconic new development comprises 39,000sqm of office space over 20 floors, with sensational natural light and views of the river and CBD. 839 Collins Street is the first building in Melbourne that achieves a workspace occupancy ratio of 1 person for 8 sqm, assisted by its highly efficient, side core floorplate of 1,960sqm NLA (approx.).

Unique address on Collins Street adjacent to Melbourne’s iconic Yarra River.

  • Leading edge, flexible design including one-to-eight occupant density, underfloor air conditioning system and 1,960 sqm side core floorplate.
  • Six-star green star design and as-built rating.
  • Five-star NABERS environmental performance rating.
  • Part of Australia’s greenest precinct – Victoria Harbour, which was recently awarded a six-star green star communities precinct rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.

Melbourne Connect

Project Description

Melbourne’s new innovation precinct, Melbourne Connect, is set to drive social and economic transformation, and create a progressive future for the University of Melbourne, its students and broader community.

Delivering a dynamic blend of uses – Melbourne School of Engineering, student accommodation, lab/research space, commercial, childcare, and a flagship Science Gallery – Melbourne Connect will create a vibrant hub where staff, students, researchers, businesses and start-up companies will come together to tackle major societal challenges, such as food security, changing technologies and urbanisation.

The precinct of 75,800m2 (GFA) is formed by three separate buildings, with the school of engineering and industry spaces connected by a ‘superfloor’ event and collaboration space above ground structure (with open space at its heart) and a precinct wide basement substructure.

Project Summary

  • 40-50% estimated energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions reductions
  • 3 buildings (10, 5 and 13 storeys) united by the ‘superfloor’ structure
  • 3,000 direct jobs including 2,500 job in commercial and scientific industries

Monash Hospital Emergency Department Extension

Project Description

The Victorian Government has invested $76.3 million in the Monash Medical Centre emergency department expansion and traffic improvement project.

The redevelopment will also improve access for ambulances arriving at emergency, meaning patients will get the vital care they need faster, and address traffic and congestion concerns making it safer and more efficient.

The expansion will also create a dedicated kids-only emergency area. This area is designed to provide children with a private, calm and compassionate environment and to help meet increasing demand for pediatric emergency care.

An additional 24 emergency department beds and an extra 10 short-stay beds for patients who need extended observation and care will be added.

A new Alcohol and Other Drug and Mental Health Hub will include a separate 24-hour, short-stay unit to treat people with mental health or alcohol and other drug problems in times of urgent need. It is one of six hubs being delivered across the state.

C7 Aurecon Building

Axis Plumbing on Behalf of Lendlease undertook the hydraulic services on the C7 Aurecon Building in Docklands Victoria. 

This project included one basement carpark level, Ground floor retail tenancies and 8 levels of office space. Works undertaken were for the base building and integrated fit out, all to Greenstar and NGERS requirements.  Buildings services installed included – sanitary waste/vents, greasy waste/vent, hot/cold water reticulation, rainwater harvesting plant/reticulation, stormwater drainage, gas service, fire hydrant/hosereel service, fixtures and tapware.