HammondCare facilities, as with many buildings, evolved around independent and standalone systems such as air conditioning, lighting, metering and back-up power generators.
The largest KNX project in the Southern Hemisphere and a finalist in the 2018 KNX Awards, Ravenhall Prison began construction in 2015 and was completed late 2017.
An international award nominated KNX project, 161 Castlereagh Street has a 6 Star Green Star V2 rating is the second largest KNX project in the Southern Hemisphere.
As a multi-award winning building The Concourse uses a combination of passive design including a high performance C-Bus lighting control system by mySmart.
A signature KNX project, Winyu House was built in consultation with mySmart to create optimised lighting efficiencies via the use of sensors and building control systems.
Calvary Hospital Adelaide is the largest KNX Health Care project in the Southern Hemisphere.
mySmart was responsible for the supply and commissioning of the DALI lighting control system for the Westpac Banking Corporation's Australian Headquarters.
Over a period of eight years mySmart worked with Crowne Plaza Melbourne to continually optimise and increase energy efficiency.
mySmart provided a range of presence detectors and lighting sensors that delivered increased energy efficiency to Screen Australia.
To achieve a NABERS energy rating of 5 Stars from 2.5 Stars, mySmart audited and optimised the buildings energy efficiency programs.
Doltone House are known in Sydney for some of the most iconic event venues in the city. Doltone House Hyde Park blends heritage features of grand arched windows, stunning sandstone fireplaces with stunning modern elements.
In 2008 the State Government designated Footscray as one of six Central Activities Districts and was given planning rules that would result in vibrant mixed use CBD-like environments.
Born out of a desire to reflect the local community’s environmental consciousness the Surf Coast Shire Civic Building has been awarded a 5-Star Green Star Office Design V3 rating by the Green Building Council of Australia.
In 2014 the school officially opened its $20M Science Learning Centre, one that exceeds the school’s commitment to excellence in learning and sustainability.