200 George Street
200 George St, Sydney, NSW
ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Mirvac’s new Sydney Head Office at 200 George Street is a milestone on the journey towards an ambitious goal to create smarter buildings and smarter workplaces that will shape the way that we will all work and live in the future.
Mirvac, with it’s investment partner AMP Capital, is currently undertaking the development, design and construction a premium office building at 200 George Street in Sydney’s CBD. The FJMT designed tower will occupy a PCA Premium grade address within the heart of the Sydney CBD in close proximity to Circular Quay, Wynyard Train Station and the amenity provided by the Botanical Gardens and Sydney’s historic Rocks’ precinct.
The development is being designed to achieve a minimum:
- 5 Star NABERS Energy rating;
- 4 star NABERS Water rating;
- 5 Star Green Star Design (v3); and
- 5 Star Green Star As-Built (v3) rating.
The development aims to create:
- a healthy, environmentally sensitive solution that enhances the experience and promotes the well-being of occupants;
- a practical and flexible workplace that can adapt to the changing needs of tenants with minimal re-work;
- a development that integrates with and responds to the surrounding context and provides a high level of amenity for the building’s occupants and the general public within the public domain at ground level; and
- a development that recognises the Building Owners as good corporate citizens within the community
The anchor tenant building will be Ernst and Young who will occupy 74% of the buildings net lettable area for a 10 year term. Mirvac Group will also relocate to 200 George Street to occupy 5-6 floors and establish this location as their new Sydney Corporate Head Office.
Project engagement on this development was in the following technology areas:
- Documentation Reviews
- Project Audit and Gap Analysis
- Strategy Development
- Concept Design
- Schematic Design
- Presentation Graphics
Meld Strategies was engaged by Mirvac Projects to develop a method to efficiently extract building automation systems data to be used by a wide range of stakeholders including Mirvac Asset Management and the Mirvac HQ tenancy.
The data extracted is to be used for energy monitoring, building dashboards and information screens in lifts and directory boards.