Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

About Mirvac

Over the past 45 years, Mirvac has grown to become one of Australia’s leading property developers – an ASX Top 50 company with a uniquely diversified, end-to-end business. In the Office & Industrial sector, we have carved out an unparalleled reputation as a developer, builder, operator and owner; and now have $5 billion of assets under management.

Collaboration is at the heart of everything they do, and they are proud of the relationships they have built. Together with their partners, Mirvac invests in thoughtful design, technology, sustainability and seamless delivery – striving to co-create environments where individuals and organisations can perform at their best.

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Mirvac at CTBUH

Jason Vieusseux

Jason Vieusseux

CTBUH Awards Construction Jury, 2019
Sydney, Australia

Lachlan Attiwill

Lachlan Attiwill

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Andrew Butler

Andrew Butler

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

CTBUH Leaders at Mirvac

Jason Vieusseux

Jason Vieusseux

CTBUH Awards Construction Jury, 2019
Sydney, Australia

Lachlan Attiwill

Lachlan Attiwill

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Andrew Butler

Andrew Butler

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Simon Healy

Simon Healy

CTBUH Annual Conference, Presenter, 2017
Sydney, Australia

Tom Waters

Tom Waters

CTBUH Innovation Conference, Speaker, 2018
Sydney, Australia

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CTBUH Resources Involving Mirvac

Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.

Winner

Award of Excellence

A Creative Use of Closed-Cavity Façades Opens Up New Possibilities

31 May 2018 – CTBUH 2018 Chicago Tall + Urban Conference
Tom Waters, Mirvac Group; Jason Vieusseux, Mirvac Construction

The Challenges and Benefits of Communal and Public Space

1 Nov 2017 – Andrew Butler, Mirvac Developments

Future of the High-rise Workplace - EY Centre

1 Nov 2017 – Simon Healy, Mirvac Developments

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A Human-Scaled Future for Dense Development

Jul 2018 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 7 Number 2
Ivan Harbour, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

The Role of Design Competitions In Shaping Sydney’s Public Realm

30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH Journal, 2017 Issue IV
Helen Lochhead & Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales

8 Chifley – Sustainable Structural and Fire Engineering

26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City
Andrew Johnson, Arup

Videos

A Creative Use of Closed-Cavity Façades Opens Up New Possibilities
31 May 2018 – Presentation at CTBUH 2018 Chicago Tall + Urban Conference; Tom Waters, Mirvac Group; Jason Vieusseux, Mirvac Construction
The EY Centre’s defining feature is its pioneering golden façade, achieved through the world’s first use of a closed-cavity façade (CCF) system on a high-rise commercial tower. The glass cavity of warmly-hued timber blinds gives the tower its golden…
The Challenges and Benefits of Communal and Public Space
1 Nov 2017 – Andrew Butler, Mirvac Developments
This presentation focused on the benefits, challenges and importance of communal and public spaces in high-rise buildings, using vertical villages and the office building 8 Chifley as a case study example. 8 Chifley is a pioneering example of the…
Future of the High-rise Workplace - EY Centre
1 Nov 2017 – Simon Healy, Mirvac Developments
In this presentation, Simon Healy addressed the significance of a collaborative approach to development, highlighting the impressive outcomes that this approach results in from a design, change management and staff engagement perspective. The…
Interview: Helen Lochhead
31 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales
Helen Lochhead of the University of New South Wales is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
The Role of Design Competitions in Shaping Sydney's Public Realm
30 Oct 2017 – Presentation at CTBUH "15th Annual Awards"; Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales
Tall buildings often take more than they give back, frequently exacerbating local environmental conditions, overshadowing streets and public spaces, creating wind tunnels, and impacting the social life of streets by replacing diversity with mono-…
Interview: Simon Healy
30 Oct 2017 – 2016 Awards Ceremony/Symposium Interviews; Simon Healy, Mirvac Developments
Simon Healy of Mirvac Developments is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
Interview: Richard Francis-Jones
30 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Richard Francis Jones, FJMT
Richard Francis-Jones of FJMT is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
The Tall Australian Office Building: In Conversation
30 Oct 2017 – Simon Healy, Mirvac Developments
Convened by the publication “Architecture Australia,” architects, clients and critics will come together to discuss two landmark Australian towers – 1 William Street by Woods Bagot in Brisbane, and the EY Centre designed by FJMT in Sydney. The…

Papers/Research

A Human-Scaled Future for Dense Development
Jul 2018 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 7 Number 2; Ivan Harbour, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Critics of height argue that it de-humanizes our cities. Yet a critical mass is a necessity for vibrant city life, and height is a key contributor. If we can overcome the environmental impacts and technicalities of building tall and dense, our cities…
The Role of Design Competitions In Shaping Sydney’s Public Realm
30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH Journal, 2017 Issue IV; Helen Lochhead & Philip Oldfield, University of New South Wales
Since 2000, through the City of Sydney’s Competitive Design Policy (CDP), the quality of major projects in the city has been improved significantly, mediating the competing tensions of public and private interest. The most successful of these…
8 Chifley – Sustainable Structural and Fire Engineering
26 Oct 2015 – Global Interchanges: Resurgence of the Skyscraper City; Andrew Johnson, Arup
8 Chifley’s unique aesthetic has attracted much of the attention, however the 34 storey 150m tall building’s overall quality, sustainable performance, and structural efficiency, both in construction and in final form, are similarly significant.…

Tall Buildings Involving Mirvac

1   Westpac Place 2005 166 m Sydney
2   Olderfleet 2020 165 m Melbourne
3   The EY Centre 2016 155 m Sydney
4   David Malcolm Justice Centre 2015 149 m Perth
5   80 Ann Street 2022 143 m Brisbane
6   Quay West Apartments 1991 142 m Sydney
7   8 Chifley 2013 141 m Sydney
8   Era 2013 136 m Sydney
9   Yarra's Edge 5 2005 134 m Melbourne
10   St Leonards Square (The Jackson) 2019 133 m Sydney
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.
1   505 George Street 2024 270 m Sydney
2   Westpac Place 2005 166 m Sydney
3   Olderfleet 2020 165 m Melbourne
4   Harbourside - 163 m Sydney
5   The EY Centre 2016 155 m Sydney
6   David Malcolm Justice Centre 2015 149 m Perth
7   80 Ann Street 2022 143 m Brisbane
8   Quay West Apartments 1991 142 m Sydney
9   8 Chifley 2013 141 m Sydney
10   Voyager 2021 138 m Melbourne
  Completed   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.   Proposed

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