Recognising green building innovations

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Stephen Mee


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Congratulations to 73 Miller Street in New South Wales and New Exchange at Curtin University in Western Australia who are in the running for the GHD Woodhead Award for Best Sustainable Development.

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

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

In collaboration with RLB since 1982, the prestigious awards have promoted excellence in design and innovation in the built environment. From 157 eligible finalists, the winners were selected by a high calibre judging panel made up of 14 property specialists and chaired by Adrian Harrington.

Winners will be announced at the 2023 Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards, to be held at the ICC Sydney TONIGHT!