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Greenland Centre, Sydney

Completion year 2019

Key People

Rowan Barwood

Electrical Section Manager, Principal

David Steblina

Hydraulics Project Engineer, Principal

Joseph Walsh

Mechanical Engineer, Director

Olivier Gaussen

National Acoustics Coordinator, Principal

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This project is a 67-storey mixed-use residential tower comprising 478 apartments and community spaces including recording studios within the state heritage-listed Sydney Water Board site situated at 115 Bathurst Street, Sydney.

Challenges include the structural engineering of what will be Australia’s most slender tower (by ARUP), with a height of approximately 240m and adapting the State heritage-listed building at 339 Pitt Street that adjoins the development.

Design features:

  • Innovative floor-plate layout, which allows all apartments to have access to direct northern sun and expansive views
  • New pedestrian laneways that connect and activate the ground floor adjoining heritage building and link Bathurst Street and Pitt Street to Town Hall station
  • Belt Truss has been utilised above the existing level 27 transferring the top 40 levels on to the existing structure