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Height: Occupied
150 m / 492 ft
 
Height: To Tip
155 m / 509 ft
Height: Architectural
155 m / 509 ft
 
The EY Centre Outline
Floors Above Ground
38
Floors Below Ground
4
# of Elevators
16
Top Elevator Speed
4 m/s
Tower GFA
63,499 m² / 683,498 ft²
Development GFA
63,499 m² / 683,498 ft²
# of Parking Spaces
63

Facts

Official Name The EY Centre
Other Names 200 George Street
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Australia
City Sydney
Street Address & Map 200 George Street
Postal Code 2000
Building Function office / retail
Structural Material concrete
Energy Label 6 Star Green Star Office Design v3 certified rating, 6 Star Green Star Office As Built v3 certified rating, targeting 5 star NABERS Energy, targeting 4 star NABERS water, Gold WELL
Proposed 2011
Construction Start 2013
Completion 2016
Official Website The EY Centre
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
Regional Ranking #88 Tallest in Oceania
National Ranking #86 Tallest in Australia
City Ranking #29 Tallest in Sydney

Companies Involved

Owner AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund; Mirvac Developments
Developer Mirvac Developments
Architect
Design Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Pty Ltd
Structural Engineer
Design BG&E
Peer Review Enstruct Group Pty Ltd
MEP Engineer
Design Arup
Main Contractor Mirvac Construction
Other Consultant
• Access Morris Goding Accessibility Consulting
• Acoustics Renzo Tonin & Associates
• Civil BG&E
Façade Permasteelisa Group; Surface Design Pty Ltd
• Fire Arup
• Geotechnical Coffey Geotechnics Pty Ltd
• Landscape Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp Pty Ltd
• Lighting Arup
• Marketing Deuce
• Traffic Colston Budd Hunt & Kafes Pty Ltd
• Urban Planner JBA
• Vertical Transportation Arup
• Wind Cermak Peterka Petersen (CPP), Inc.
Material Supplier
• Crane Marr Contracting
• Elevator Schindler
• Façade Maintenance Equipment Manntech Building System
• Formwork Doka GmbH
• Rebar Rebar Detailing Solutions

About The EY Centre

Located near Sydney’s Circular Quay and positioned at the edge of its original water source, the Tank Stream, The EY Centre at 200 George Street honors the uniqueness of its place. The towerrises from its site clad in reused stone that was quarried during construction. The tower suspends over generous public spaces and laneways, contributing to a significantly enhanced public realm.

The tower’s envelope is a responsive skin, adjusting automatically to the position of the sun to control heat load and glare. Timber screens filter the light into a warm glow reaching deep into the interior. Embracing natural materials, it appears in the city as a tower made of timber rising out from the grayness of its neighbors, achieved through a façade made from multiple layers; a low-iron outer skin and high-performance closed cavity.

Beyond the façade, the artificial lighting for the interiors is entirely composed of LED fixtures, a first for an Australian building, with integrated control through smart building technology that also monitors air quality, water, and power consumption. The building is well suited to utilize a web of multi-modal transportation options and includes end of trip facilities offering 257 bicycle parking spaces for tenants and an additional 50 spaces available for building visitors.

Global News

Sydney’s 200 George Street Tower is Now Open
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Topping-Out Ceremony Held at 200 George Street in Sydney
11 Sep 2015 – The joint owners of 200 George Street held a…

Videos

Interview: Helen Lochhead
31 Oct 2017 – Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales

Interview: Richard Francis-Jones
30 Oct 2017 – Richard Francis Jones, FJMT

Interview: Simon Healy
30 Oct 2017 – Simon Healy, Mirvac Developments

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Interview: Helen Lochhead
31 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales
Helen Lochhead of the University of New South Wales is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
Interview: Richard Francis-Jones
30 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Richard Francis Jones, FJMT
Richard Francis-Jones of FJMT is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
Interview: Simon Healy
30 Oct 2017 – 2017 Australia Conference Interviews; Simon Healy, Mirvac Developments
Simon Healy of Mirvac Developments is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2017 CTBUH Australia Conference.
The Role of Design Competitions in Shaping Sydney's Public Realm
30 Oct 2017 – Presentation at CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference; Helen Lochhead, University of New South Wales
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Research Papers

The Role of Design Competitions In Shaping Sydney’s Public Realm
30 Oct 2017 – CTBUH Journal, 2017 Issue IV

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