Landream appointed Codicote in June 2017 to undertake the construction advice and construction planning including staging, methodology and logistics of their most significant project in the Southern Hemisphere as designed by Zaha Hadid, which is due for completion in 2023. This project is the first announced property for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Australia.
Landream is an experienced private developer with significant Australian and overseas interests, with several projects delivered or underway in Sydney and Melbourne.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award winning owner and global operator of 29 luxurious hotel resorts and residences.
‘600 Collins Street’ comprises a 185 metre high mixed use building with luxury hotel residences, guestrooms and suites with retail and business offices in Melbourne’s CBD. The demolition of the existing 600 Collins Street building will make way for construction of 5 new basement levels for approximately 200 car park spaces and over 200 bicycle spaces and back of house facilities as well as 50 new floors above Collins Street.
Dame Zaha Hadid was the world renowned architect, who was the first female recipient of the Pritzker architecture prize in 2004. She twice won the most prestigious architecture ‘RIBA Stirling Prize’.
The façade solution by the design team for the Mandarin Oriental at 600 Collins Street focuses on an elegant and intricate twin structure. This façade design involves Codicote in delivering one of our most stringent and demanding construction advice and construction planning solutions to enable certainty of delivery of this exciting and complex structure into operation for our client.
Landream have congratulated us on our ongoing involvement in their high profile project with approval from their JV partners, which involves us securing a builder in July 2019 to construct the project.
RoleConstruction Advice & Construction Planning
Project CompletionExpected 2023
ContractorTo be awarded by mid 2019
ArchitectZaha Hadid, Plus Architecture and Robert Bird Group
- 185 metre high tower
- 5 basement levels
- Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group first announced property in Australia
- Spa at Mandarin Oriental with wellness, relaxation and beauty facilities including fitness centre and indoor swimming pool
- 197 spacious guestrooms and suites
- 148 residences located on the upper floors with exclusive amenities including private lounge
- All day dining restaurant and bar with a landscaped roof terrace
- Meeting spaces