Sustainability Victoria's best practice fit-out is demonstrating how an office move and upgrade can be completed at competitive rates and deliver ongoing savings. Benefits have included improved quality of indoor environment, an increase in staff productivity and significant energy savings.
This case study provides an overview of the relocation process along with a number of technical information downloads detailing the lighting technology implemented, fitout materials used, information and communication technology applied within the new space and the organisation's waste management strategy.
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Over heating or cooling your building? This factsheet will show you how we can provide better occupant comfort, save money and reduce emissions by expanding the band.
Increase productivity, reduce emissions and save money. This factsheet will explain how.
Download these fun 'Bring your Best Self' posters to use in your office.
The NABERS Essentials e-Learning course is for anyone who wants to know more about NABERS.
Six step introductory guide to upgrading your building, from consideration and baseline assessment to financing, implementation and ongoing management. Compiled for building owners and facilities
managers of B, C and D grade buildings, the guide also provides an extensive list of resources to assist with the upgrade process.
A guide by the British Council for Offices providing methods to measure building performance, occupant satisfaction, case studies and more. The report says that high performance can create productivity improvements that swamp utilities costs.
How are Green Star, NABERS used in office tenancies? Currently these two voluntary national accreditation programs exist to measure and report on environmental performance of office tenancies and assist in guiding best practice office fit-outs, and they can be complementary.
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