APPF Commercial Further Recognised for Outstanding Operational Sustainability
FM Industry Awards for Excellence 2018
APPF Commercial and national management partner JLL were acknowledged for outstanding sustainability and environmental performance at last week’s FM Industry Awards for Excellence 2018.
The Fund was the recipient of the Sustainability and Environmental Impact Award in recognition of the Fund’s world-leading sustainability credentials, commitment to integrating sustainability practices in the management of its portfolio and specifically, the Fund’s achievement of Australia’s first 6 Star Green Star Performance Portfolio rating.
The FM Industry Awards for Excellence annually recognise leadership and innovation in the management, operation and maintenance of Australia’s built environment across nine categories, including Leadership in Diversity in Industry and Industry Innovation.
Breathing Wall at 485 LaTrobe Street Wins 'Urban Green Space' Award
APPF Commercial and design partner Junglefly were awarded the 'Urban Green Space Award' at the Australian Institute of Horticulture's Annual Awards in recognition of the recently constructed Breathing Wall at 485 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.
The Breathing Wall, the largest of its kind in Australia, was designed and constructed as part of the Fund's recent lobby refurbishment at the asset.
The Deputy Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Arron Wood said: “The refurbishment at 485 La Trobe St demonstrates Lendlease’s ability to reposition an asset with sustainability as the first principle, guiding positive changes to improve working conditions, health, and wellbeing for the occupants here.”
The Australian Institute of Horticulture annually presents awards in recognition of achievement of excellence in professional horticultural practice. The Urban Green Space Award recognises the importance of combining skills, effort and determination across a number of disparate groups of individual, industry and organisations to present a case for the preservation of existing and development of future green spaces and the specific value of water.