Case Studies

Natural Resources

380 St Kilda Road

23 March 2022

Mirvac acquired a 50 per cent interest in 380 St Kilda Road over 25 years ago, purchasing the remaining 50 per cent in 2001. In 2012, the 15 level, A-grade building had a 3.5 Star NABERS Energy rating and a 3 star NABERS Water rating. Over the past eight years, Mirvac’s in-house facilities management and technical services teams have focused on improving the environmental performance of the building, which has seen the asset reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by an incredible 70 per cent and its water usage by 44 per cent.

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699 Bourke Street and 644 Collins Street

22 March 2022

Standing next to each other above Southern Cross station in Melbourne, both 699 Bourke Street and 664 Collins Street were built with sustainability front of mind.

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Harcrest, VIC

21 March 2022

Harcrest is a 56 hectare masterplanned community in Wantirna South, which was completed by Mirvac in 2015. Early in the design phase, the project team – having seen the impacts of drought on other projects in Victoria (particularly in regard to landscaping) – identified an opportunity to integrate a highly efficient stormwater capture system to irrigate the estate’s public open spaces.

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Googong ACT

21 March 2022

Googong is a new township located on the NSW/ACT border, just 16 kilometres south-east of Canberra, which Mirvac is delivering in partnership with Peet. Setting a new benchmark for environmentally sustainable greenfield communities, the township will feature a dedicated water recycling plant that will be used to help drought-proof Googong,

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40 Miller Street

21 March 2022

At 40 Miller Street in Sydney, a leak was identified by an onsite contractors and was reported the morning that it occurred, as well as being picked up through Mirvac’s remote monitoring technology.

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Brighton Lakes, NSW

21 March 2022

Brighton Lakes is a masterplanned community located in Sydney’s southwest. Its strong urban design principles were intended to create a community that has a sense of safety and security, is site and climate responsive, and, importantly, delivers a sense of place.

Two men walking through construction site
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Progressing our zero waste ambition

25 August 2021

Mirvac’s Planet Positive: Waste & Materials outlines how we’ll send zero waste to landfill by 2030.

Mirvac group photo
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Putting waste to work

24 August 2021

The Earth’s resources are precious and finite, a stark reality we sought to address when we released Planet Positive: Waste & Materials, our road map for achieving our target to send zero waste to landfill by 2030.

Natural Resources

Disposing of Disposable Coffee Cups

18 June 2021

Mirvac have been collaborating with Cercle to provide reusable coffee cups at several cafes close to our headquarters.

Mirvac Releases its Plan to Send Zero Waste to Landfill by 2030
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Applying Principles of Prefabrication

02 December 2020

Our masterplanned communities construction team has a goal to deliver homes more efficiently and safely, while maintaining high-quality outcomes for our customers along the way. One of the ways they can do this is by using prefabricated components that are manufactured offsite and assembled onsite.

200 George Street lobby
Natural Resources

Meet the Waste Whisperer

25 November 2020

Kim Host is Mirvac’s Resource Recovery Manager and has been with the Group for six years. Her unique and impressive talents are well known within the industry and have earned her the nickname of “The Waste Whisperer”.


Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.  

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.