2 December 2010 – WSP Lincolne Scott celebrated its 100th year in October with an online campaign, 100 Years of Pure Thinking, and client events across the country.

The firm is recognised for its green building services and has more than 400 staff in 12 offices across Australia and the Asia Pacific.

Andrew Mather, regional manager for the Africa, Asia and Australian region, and acting managing director of WSP Lincolne Scott said he was proud of the firm’s history and development from an electrical consultancy to an internationally recognised sustainable building services design consultancy.

“[T]he core of our success is pursuing absolute engineering excellence and delivery for our clients,” he said.

“We have been completely climate neutral across our Asia Pacific offices since 2006, and are extremely proud to be the first company in the Asia Pacific to do so. We have led by example, signing the Green Building Council of Australia’s first cheque, and ensuring we are always pushing for a better industry.”

Lincolne Scott’s key projects include:

  • 30 The Bond in Sydney, Australia’s first 5 star Green Star – Office As Built V2 rating
  • Council House 2 in Melbourne, Australia’s first 6 star Green Star –  Office Design rating in Australia
  • NELHA, the first LEED platinum rated building in Hawaii
  • The Summer in Perth, Australia’s first Green Star Certified multi unit residential development
  • Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the first 6 star Green Star Convention Centre rating
  • City Central Towers 1 & 2 in Adelaide, among Australia’s first buildings to be awarded a 5 star Green Star – Office As Built V2 Certified Rating, a 5 star Green Star – Office Design V2 Certified rating and 5 star NABERS rating
  • Southern Cross Station in Melbourne, Australia’s first recipient of the prestigious Lubetkin Prize in 2007, from the Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Gallery of Modern Art as part of the Millennium Arts project in Brisbane
  • One Shelley Street in Sydney, 6 Star Green Star Design rated and Australia’s first use of passive chilled beams and harbour water for heat rejection.

Nataly Ernst – PTW, Monique Alfris – Built Ecology, Jacqui Smyth – McLachlan Lister

Katy Cadet – Bureau SRH, Andrew Mather – Managing Director of WSP Lincolne Scott, Simon Hanson – Bureau SRH

Adam Dyson – WSP Lincolne Scott, Andrezej Masztak – CIP Constructions, Gavin White – Principal of WSP Lincolne Scott

Kieron Smith – Director of WSP Lincolne Scott, James Hunter – Director of WSP Lincolne Scott, Mark Hamilton – CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), John Osborne – Director of WSP Lincolne Scott, Khoi Dinh – MBM

Leon Carroll – Colonial First State, Louise Wilkinson – Green Building Council, Ryan Singh – Director of WSP Lincolne Scott

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