Member Since: 2017
Member Offices: Sydney
LCI is an engineering consultancy practice based in Australia providing services to the global market. They provide innovative, fit for purpose multi discipline engineering services design solutions to government clients as well as private industry.
They employ and maintain staff who understand the continually varying circumstances that exist when operating in a truly global environment.
Their staff are dedicated to providing their clients with the most environmentally responsive, sustainable designs while keeping in mind that they are part of the “real world” . This mindset ensures that their design approach must be responsive to the pressures of economy and long-term functional reliability.
With access to offices on three continents (U.S., U.K. and Australia), LCI provides their clients with timely, innovative, cost effective and reliable solutions to their unique needs.
Building Automation Control Systems; Environmental Engineering; Façade Systems; Fire Engineering; Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing; Security Consultancy
Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
271.3 m / 890 ft
84 m / 276 ft
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150 m+ Buildings
Average Building Age*
Most Common Function*
Mixed-use, 1 Buildings
Most Common Material*
Concrete/steel, 1 Buildings
* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.
*Based on 3 Completed & Under Construction Buildings
NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.
NOTE: Gross-to-Net Height is defined as architectural height minus height of highest occupied floor. Therefore, the Gross-to-Net Height is only calculated for buildings that have both the architectural height and the highest occupied floor height recorded.
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