Industrial & Manufacturing
Landowners, developers and purchasers should be aware of two key changes to planning laws in Victoria:
Monday, 27 March 2017
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Meinhardt Planning is part of the Water Technology and Essential Economics team appointed to develop the Port Welshpool Marine Precinct Plan.
Friday, 24 March 2017
Building services discipline leader Mathew Burke will join a select group of leading international and local industry experts to discuss the future of Australia’s growing skyline.
Wednesday, 15 March 2017
These developments adapt to the needs of those they are designed to serve, whether individual residents, businesses or retail tenants. Developing different combinations of hotel, office, retail and residential space in one project poses multifaceted planning and engineering challenges, and as a result specialist expertise with multiple domain knowledge to deliver the right integrated product is required.
As a fully integrated engineering firm, Meinhardt’s large and diverse pool of in-house experts for each building type are ideally suited to deliver the varied and often contrasting demands of such projects to accommodate multiple facility uses. We take into consideration varied parking needs, structural transitions and transfers, coordination of MEP systems, fire separation, sound attenuation, ventilation, egress and phased completions.
As one of the leading engineering firms in the sector, our success lies in the effective coordination of skills and ability to integrate varied functional and physical components of a mixed-use development into a seamless whole.