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Finalists in the Innovation and Excellence Awards

Four of our projects are finalists in this year’s Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards with a total of seven nominations across four categories!

The National Herbarium of NSW and Victorian Heart Hospital (VHH) have both been listed for the Woods Bagot Award for Best Public Building. The herbarium provides safe storage to over 1.4 million botanical specimens at Australia’s oldest scientific institution. VHH, which has earned significant recognition in the industry, is the first of its kind in the southern hemisphere. This project was designed by Conrad Gargett which has since merged with Architectus, and delivered in partnership with Wardle Studio.

Industry Lanes is nominated for three categories – Best Mixed Use Development, Best Office Development and the GHD Design Award for Best Sustainable Development. The new generation workplace comprises two campus-style office buildings and a childcare centre, connected via permeable laneways and a public piazza that grounds the community in garden and landscape.

Salesforce Tower has been listed for Best Mixed Use Development and Best Office Development. Standing proudly amongst Sydney Harbour’s iconic skyline, the tower is characterised by public laneways and innovative structural expression. This once-in-a-generation opportunity was delivered in partnership with Foster + Partners.

Each of these projects have demonstrated market leading outcomes in sustainability, structural resolution and design. Congratulations to our project teams and thank you for your blood, sweat and tears! Good luck to all the entrants, it’s an incredible lineup of work this year.

Winners will be announced at the gala dinner hosted by the Property Council of Australia on 11 September.

The National Herbarium of NSW