All our Green Star 2014 projects are delivered with thanks to our Green Star 2014 Thought Leaders:
BlueScope is a leading Australian steelmaking company with operations and partnerships across the Asia-Pacific, North America and other global growth markets. BlueScope is committed to caring for the environment, the efficient use of resources, preventing pollution, and reducing the impact of its operations and products.
Grocon is the largest privately owned development, construction and funds management business in Australia. As an organisation, Grocon is committed to delivering sustainable building solutions for its clients. Grocon CEO, Daniel Grollo, is a founding director and life fellow of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) and Grocon has committed to building its developments to an environmental standard of 5 Star Green Star or above.
Stockland is Australia’s largest diversified property group, developing and managing retail centres, office buildings, industrial sites, residential communities and retirement living villages. Stockland believes a shared value approach to sustainability delivers a better way to live, work and shop for Australians. We are committed to making our communities and assets stronger, healthier, connected and more resilient. We aim to use innovative and sustainable products to enhance quality of life and affordability. We are also committed to responsibly managing and improving natural capital, making our assets more efficient for the environment, our customers and our people.
Established in the UK almost 40 years ago, Cundall is an international multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy firm operating from 20 locations across the globe. Sustainability is fundamental to Cundall’s business and the firm is committed to reducing its own environmental impact and the impact of the projects that it works on. Cundall has been involved in a wide range of Green Star projects and is passionate about improving the rating system to benefit the construction industry and further push the boundaries in sustainable design.
Norman, Disney & Young
Norman, Disney & Young is a leading firm of consulting engineers with a growing global presence. Established in 1959, NDY has a long history of engineering excellence with expertise that extends to a range of unique specialties including buildings, sustainability, health, transport, mission critical, defence, industrial and utilities.
Australand is one of Australia’s leading diversified property groups with activities and assets spanning the development of residential land, housing and apartments, development and investment in commercial and industrial properties and property management. From recycling to rainwater tanks, solar panels to sustainable building practices, Australand believes in utilising renewable and sustainable resources while at the same time limiting its impact.
As a leading international property development and infrastructure group, Lend Lease works with communities, clients and colleagues to create positive legacies; from funding projects right through to developing and constructing state-of-the-art buildings and infrastructure. Lend Lease also creates vibrant residential communities, productive workplaces and retail destinations.
Since 1972, Leighton Properties’ projects have set industry benchmarks in quality, design and sustainability. As a leader in sustainable development, the group continues to break new ground in green building initiatives, and is proud to be one of the top green developers in Australia. Leighton Properties works hard to exceed all environmental standards and find new ways to incorporate sustainable outcomes in our projects, to the benefit of everyone.
As a leading sustainable consultancy firm, for WSP, sustainability is more than just the good housekeeping involved in managing business operations. Sustainability is about ensuring that the advice provided to clients results in sustainable outcomes and reduced negative impacts on the environment and communities.
Colliers International is a leader in global real estate services. A long term leader in environmental sustainability, Colliers’ leadership extends from addressing the impact of its own operations, through to influencing its clients and stakeholders to share sustainable knowledge, improve the long term performance, minimise the environmental impact of assets and tenancies and grow the pool of environmental sustainability leaders.
Wood & Grieve Engineers
At Wood & Grieve Engineers we are passionate about providing sustainability solutions that are fully integrated throughout project design and construction. Our approach positions sustainability as being grounded in high quality engineering but is not a function of a specialist engineering skill alone. Integration within the entire building design and the collaboration required to achieve this is where the impressive communication and consulting skills of our engineers flourish. We are committed to ensuring the projects we work on are something that both our clients and we are very proud of at the end of the journey, seeing the job we do as more than just work.
With over 40 years of experience, Mirvac is a leading Australian property group, with an integrated development and management capability across the office, retail, industrial and residential sectors. Mirvac endeavours to enhance investor value and improve social and environmental returns through sustainable development
Since introducing paper-faced plasterboard into Australia in 1947, CSR Gyprock has been instrumental in leading the plasterboard industry. Gyprock has pioneered many innovations in product and service, including Australia’s first GECA accredited plasterboard range, Gyprock EC08. The core of our products is manufactured from gypsum, a naturally occurring, non-toxic sedimentary rock and a small amount of benign additives such as starch and foam, and our liner board is made of 100% recycled newspaper. CSR Gyprock™ is a signatory to the Australian Packaging Covenant and are committed to reducing our environmental footprint and by extension the amount of waste, including packaging waste, that may be disposed to landfill.
Interface® is the worldwide leader in design, production and sales of environmentally responsible modular carpet for the commercial, institutional, and residential markets. Manufacturing locally in Australia for more than 40 years, Interface were a founding member and partner of the Green Building Council of Australia and continue to be a leader in sustainable product manufacturing and stewardship.
Interested in becoming a Thought Leader? Please contact us!
Executive Director Commercial Business
Green Building Council of Australia
Phone: 02 8239 6297
Email: [email protected]