EY Centre was also announced as the Building Performance Champion, which is awarded to the individual, team or organisation that has made the most outstanding contribution to achieving improved building performance combined with a significant, measurable reduction of energy consumption and carbon emissions.
Mirvac’s Head of Office & Industrial, Campbell Hanan, said, “We are thrilled that EY Centre has been recognised on an international platform for its design and operational excellence, innovation and environmental performance.
“These awards are a tremendous endorsement of our unique end-to-end capability, as well as our ability to collaborate with our partners to deliver a modern, world-class building that promotes sustainability, technology and the health and wellbeing of its occupants. It’s a truly great achievement for everyone involved.”
EY Centre was designed to contribute to Mirvac’s commitment to achieve net positive by 2030, with a range of energy-saving features incorporated from the outset. The building recently achieved a 5.5 star NABERS Energy rating (half a star above its targeted 5.0 star NABERS Energy rating) which represents market leading performance, and is particularly significant given it was achieved without tri-cogeneration or renewables. The asset has also achieved a suite of 6 Star Green Star ratings across Design, As Built and Performance categories.
This is the second time Mirvac has been recognised at the CIBSE Performance Awards. In 2016, the Group was awarded the Facilities Management Team award, and received a highly commended in the International Project of the Year category for 23 Furzer Street in Canberra.
EY Centre has now been recognised with 19 awards to date.