2017 has been a big year for the International Towers community
Our goal has always been to support highly agile, collaborative, and flexible working that fosters creativity and wellbeing. We’ve aimed to create workspaces that support innovative thinking and high-performance cultures, and the level of success this year has reflected these values.
We’re proud to have won the Best Managed Building, JLL Asia Pacific Property and Asset Management Awards. But we’re also incredibly inspired with our tenant partners. Here are just a few of the awards received this year:
In November, Norman, Disney & Young won the 2017 AIRAH Award for Excellence in Sustainability for its work on International Towers.
Australian Law Firm of the year Gilbert + Tobin continued to shine in 2017, winning a plethora of awards. These included the Pro Bono Partnership Award, Australian Deal of the Year, International Deal of the Year, and many more. Gilbert + Tobin was ranked number 12 in the Australian Financial Review’s most innovative companies list. Lendlease was also named, following closely at 14.
Lendlease received recognition for International House Sydney with the 2017 Australian Timber Design Award. The company also won the Building, Landscapes and Infrastructure Banksia Award for the construction of the Barangaroo Reserve.
The Best Workplace Project Award at the Property Council of Australia’s 2017 National Innovation & Excellence Awards was won by Westpac, nominated by Lendlease and in collaboration with Geyer.
KPMG also had an excellent year as the winner of the Best Accounting Firm (Revenue over $500m) and joint winner of the Best Provider to Financial & Insurance Services at the Financial Review Client Choice Awards.
Romilly Madew is the CEO of the Green Building Council of Australia. Romilly attended the World Green Building Council annual congress and was honoured with the WorldGBC Chairman’s Award in recognition of her incredible work advancing sustainability across the globe.
Woods Bagot achieved recognition for Campos Barangaroo, the 17-square-metre “jewellery box” in Tower Three of International Towers. Woods Bagot was awarded Best Retail Design at the Eat Drink Design Awards.