477 Collin Street's Olderfleet to be model for the "technologically optimised workplace"

477 Collin Street's Olderfleet to be model for the
477 Collin Street's Olderfleet to be model for the "technologically optimised workplace"
Mirvac Group has announced the signing of global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright to its Olderfleet building at 477 Collins Street Melbourne
 
Norton Rose Fulbright will occupy the top floors of the 'cutting-edge' commercial building, with the firm committed to 5,100 square metres on levels 35 to 38.
 
Mirvac is working closely with Grimshaw Architects and Carr Design to bring Olderfleet to completion, with construction on the first of the office floors well underway.
 
Mirvac has secured a partnership to provide smart lighting throughout the building with Enlighted, a world-leading provider of IoT platforms for smart buildings, and Honeywell, a global Fortune 100 software-industrial company, to deliver workplace performance monitoring technology.
 
Olderfleet will be the first commercial building in Australia to roll out this new system to help tenants and building managers track activity in the workplace, leading to 'cost efficiencies and better performance'.
 
As part of the system, the Enlighted sensors will be placed in each LED lighting fixture to capture data on power, temperature, motion and ambient lighting via bluetooth beacons.
 
By pairing this with smart data analytics, tenants can gain a deeper understanding of workplace efficiency.
 
All data will be available via a tenant portal to allow tenants, employees and building managers to make changes to the office environment in real time.
 
“We are proud to announce our partnership with Enlighted and Honeywell, to deliver on our promise to create a building with world-leading technology that provides the optimum environment for our tenants. It’s an exciting development for us,” added Mr Healy.
 
Norton Rose Fulbright will be joining anchor tenant Deloitte, who has committed to over 26,000 square metres of office space, upon completion in 2020.
 
Mirvac successfully sold down a 50 per cent interest in the development to Suntec REIT in 2017
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