Sector

Commercial

Subsector

Mixed Use

Client

Ipswich City Council

Completed

2021

Team Leader

John Berlese

Project Manager

Ranbury

Architect

Buchan

landscape architect

Vee Design

Civil & Structural Engineer

ADG Engineers

Electrical Engineer

SDF

Mechanical Engineer

Dewpoint

Hydraulic Engineer

Planet Plumbing

Fire Consultant

Firerite / Citifire / NDY

Building Certifier

McKenzie Group

Town Planner

Urbis

Quantity Surveyor

RLB

Share

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$128M

Project value

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84

Weeks to build

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5 Star

Green Star

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9

Office floors

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5 Star

NABERS

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300

Peak workers

Hutchies partnered with Ipswich City Council to deliver this world-class digitally integrated mixed use precinct in the heart of Ipswich’s CBD.

The project is home to a new purpose designed and built Council office building and chambers with an integrated environmentally rated fitout of 5 Star Green Star and 5 Star NABERS. Surrounding this building is a new thriving city heart for the community with a cultural precinct that includes a new state-of-the-art public library, retail tenancies, water play areas, a piazza and extensive underground carparking.

Hutchies has been involved in this precinct for almost a decade after building the $74M ICON Tower A development in 2011 for Leighton Properties. ICON was the first Green Star rated building in Ipswich and is home to several state and local government tenants. This has been a long term vision for Ipswich City Council to provide opportunity for community interaction, private economic growth and a resilient framework for future significant projects in the area.

Over the past 20 years, we have constructed 61 projects across Ipswich and employed and trained hundreds of locals – at one stage, just under 10 per cent of our 1700 strong workforce came from Ipswich.

Greg Quinn, Managing Director

Hutchinson Builders

This redevelopment will create a modern and vibrant CBD for the people of Ipswich and visitors to eat, shop and enjoy world-class amenities with family and friends. At the same time, the precinct will boost the Ipswich economy and bring new jobs to our city.

Teresa Harding, Mayor

Ipswich City Council

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Ipswich City Council Administration Building & Chambers

Ipswich City Council Administration Building & Chambers

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Sod Turning Ceremony

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Ipswich Central

Mixed Use

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