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Princes Pier


Princes Pier, adjacent to Station Pier in Port Phillip Bay, is one of Melbourne’s most important cultural assets both as an exemplar of a pre-containerised shipping facility and as a place rich in Australia’s wartime, maritime and multicultural history. Built between 1912 and 1915, it was constructed by the Melbourne Harbour Trust as a second railway […]


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Angel Building


When this 1980’s building was vacated by it’s previous tenant it was no Angel. However, building owner Derwent London was keen to retain the building and embark on a major refurbishment project that would revitalize the building and delivered a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’. What they got was nothing short of ‘Excellent’. The design […]


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Metricon Stadium


Norman Disney & Young (NDY) is proud to be part of the award winning team for Metricon Stadium which has won the Helen Josephson Award for Innovation in Urban Design at the recent Gold Coast Urban Design Awards 2011. The biennial event held on the 23rd of September celebrates the best of the Gold Coast […]


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Barangaroo


Confirming Norman Disney & Young’s (NDY) position as a leading Australian engineering consultancy, the firm has been appointed by Lend Lease, the developer, and the design and construct Project Manager; as the Lead Services Consultant for the commercial office towers at Barangaroo, the groundbreaking mixed waterfront development in Sydney’s CBD. Barangaroo will bring together a […]


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