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High Street CLT Multi-Residential

A multi storey residential building in Thornbury implements grand sustainability ambitions through the use of a hybrid mass timber construction system.
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25 King St

25 King is a massive achievement in engineered timber, coming in as Australia’s tallest engineered timber office building, at 14,965sqm
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A04 Aveo Bella Vista

The short delivery time requirement for the Aveo Bella Vista building, completed in Norwest, Sydney in 2018 made it an ideal project for a CLT design, enabling Strongbuild to complete it 13 weeks earlier than with the concrete program.
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B01 55 Southbank Boulevard

A defining new landmark for Melbourne, this vertical extension over an existing 6-storey building used the latest in timber construction technology to attain new levels in sustainable design.
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B05 Eternity

“A sanctuary in the centre of an urbanised environment”.
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B08 Geelong Civic Precinct

The City of Greater Geelong has unveiled the design of its proposed $200 million civic precinct. The building will be made from glulam post and beam, and secondary CLT.
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B02 Ballarat Gov Hub

The $100 million GovHub project consists of a 5 storey office post and beam building with a brick masonry base. Construction is set to be completed in 2020.
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A06 Our Lady of Assumption Extension

The Our Lady of the Assumption School in North Strathfield utilises an existing three-storey concrete frame base built over 30 years ago. The extension includes 4 levels of CLT and glulam post and beam structure.
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B09 The Bond

Located in the Norwest Business Park and developed by Mulpha Norwest, The Bond is a mixed use development currently in the tender design phase. The project consists of 7-storeys of mass timber glulam frame supporting Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) floor and roof panels, utilising an 8.4m x 8.4m grid.
a building under construction with trees and a crane

A08 Wildlife Retreat at Taronga

The five accommodation units comprise of 62 guest rooms in total. The pods vary in height between two and four storeys and use CLT floors and walls.
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B12 36 Wellington Street

Hines’ first initiative in Melbourne, this development represents an exciting sign of the times for timber construction. With two massive timber offices already built in the US and several more slated to start in the coming years, the Hines T3 strategy (Timber, Transit and Technology) replaces structural systems such as concrete and steel with prefabricated solid wood systems, to create best-in-class projects in a fast, clean, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing manner.

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