Green credentials: World leadership

Jubilee Place has achieved a 6 star Green Star rating, representing World Leadership.

Our sustainability ethos maintains a dual focus on the health of the environment and of the people occupying our spaces. As such, our World Leadership environmental performance as has now been validated by the Green Building Council of Australia, is only the first step.

Our credentials will be independently validated by target ratings also being sought through NABERS (5 star energy) and WELL Building (Gold Shell and Core) tools.

Characterised by initiatives such as outdoor amenity, over 400sqm of solar panels, green roof coverage, electric vehicle chargers, 3.4m high performance vision glazing, energy efficient plant, rainwater harvesting and a linear core located to take the direct heat load out of the floor, our approach reflects our desire to be an environmental leader.

Our use of structural steel results in a lighter building with less concrete than a traditional concrete framed design, with significant embodied carbon savings.

Our end of trip facility houses 108 bicycle racks, 380 lockers and 17 showers. To put that in context, our tenants will have access to 20% more bike parks and nearly three times the number of lockers necessary to secure the relevant Green Star active transport points.
This is far from the ordinary approach.

Complementing this environmental sustainability, our human focussed initiatives include creating opportunities for team members to collaborate or take breaks within spaces that are connected to nature, heavily landscaped and with access to fresh air and sunshine.

Natural light, ventilation and views are known to be key contributors to wellness, productivity and satisfaction. Nowhere is the quality of light, ventilation and views better than in the outdoors, particularly with the benefit of Brisbane’s climate.

Blending indoors with outdoors, the apex of our building will benefit from an approximately 900sqm space.

Complementing other in-house agile working opportunities, it will take advantage of the Brisbane climate and way of working in our public realm.

In this post-COVID world, touchless operation has been a design focus. Entry and exit will operate via touchless proximity card operation. Taps will operate on touchless sensors. Entry configuration to the locker rooms has been configured to protect visual privacy, whilst not requiring any doors at all.