443 Queen St is set to be Brisbane's first truly subtropical apartment tower. Located on the last riverfront location in the Brisbane CBD, designed by Singapore-based firm WOHA and locally based firms Architectus and Taylor Cullity Lethlean, the 47 storey tower will include 300 apartments.
Ynomia is working with Probuild to track the status of facade panels through the supply chain to its final destination on the facade of the building, as well as monitoring progress of the concrete structural components of the building.
At Probuild's Victoria University site, Ynomia is transforming the process of tracking in the real-time concrete structure, facade panels and the status of operational safety zones to create a connected Jobsite like none others.
The Victoria University (VU) Tower comprises of around 43,300sqm floor area over 32 levels. It allows VU to consolidate a number of existing CBD facilities into an up-to-date building that becomes the major component of its vision for VU City Queen Campus.
Ynomia is providing Probuild with real-time data, helping them keep track of the facade panels supply chain from their origin through the on-site installation.
Designed to deliver workplace excellence, 1000 La Trobe Street will be the premier destination in Docklands, offering intuitive workplace experience and outstanding surrounding amenity.
Working with Mace, we are delivering automated real-time information status and progress insights for the MaceTech's High Rise Solution Units, including prefabricated external slabs, internal slabs, columns, U-beams, stairs and landings across both Tower 1 (26 Levels) and Tower 2 (31 Levels) for the residential N06 development in the famous London 2012 Olympic village.
Located in the heart of Brisbane's CBD, 80 Ann is the first project where Ynomia works alongside Mirvac by providing them with insights to the current status and historical progress of their facade installation process.
32-storey commercial tower located at 80 Ann Street, designed by Woods Bagot, the commercial building would span one whole city block and plans to connect Turbot and Ann Streets via new cross block linkages. Inspired by the traditional covered marketplace that once stood on the site, the vision is to create a new and authentic part of the city through the preservation of historical features, materials and forms, while also ensuring easy access and movement through a contemporary, urban site.
This shopping centre located in the suburb of Glen Waverley saw Ynomia and Probuild come together to work on asset localisation monitoring, worker safety and verification of competency in the worksite.
The redevelopment of The Glen included an expansion to approximately 78,000sqm of gross lettable area, housing a fresh food market hall, two dining precincts, a Town Square, the latest format David Jones, new mini majors and international brands.
In one of Ynomia's earliest projects, we worked with Probuild to localise assets around a 92 level building, providing valuable insights to the waste management trends on site.
The Aurora is the tallest residential building in Melbourne's CBD and consists of close to 1,200 apartments. With direct access to Melbourne Central Station, residents are able to go from their apartment to the train platform within minutes, offering the next level in lifestyle convenience.
Ynomia worked with Probuild to track facade panel from the manufacturer to its installation at West Side Place, one of Melbourne's largest-ever private developments.
Featuring 1,376 apartments over two towers, as well as the tallest hotel in the southern hemisphere, West Side Place provides the ultimate luxury living experience in Melbourne's CBD.
Ynomia helped Probuild's team at The Malt District in Melbourne track facade panels through the project's supply chain.
A mixed-use residential and commercial development, this project transformed the former industrial site into an important and exciting cultural asset and employment hub for Melbourne.