Stockland Green Hills
The redevelopment of Stockland Green Hills Shopping Centre at East Maitland in the Lower Hunter Valley of New South Wales was carried out in 2017.
Stockland more than doubled the size of the centre from just under 33,000 square metres of Gross Lettable Area (GLA) that existed to create around 70,000 square metres of GLA. The centre will be opened in early 2018.
Stockland Green Hills Shopping Centre redevelopment will contain in the 70,000 square metre centre a new David Jones department store, two full-line supermarkets: Woolworths and Coles, two full-line discount department stores: Big W and Target, 16 mini-majors, more than 225 specialty retailers comprising in-line shops and kiosks, an expanded restaurant and leisure precinct, a new indoor-outdoor casual dining precinct and an expanded fresh food offering, and 3,100 car parking spaces.
Stockland Green Hills was constructed by Brookfield Multiplex as its lead contractor on the project.
Stockland is committed to achieving minimum 4 Star Green Star Retail Design and As Built ratings for the project, which will include the installation of energy-efficient lighting and central air conditioning and maximised use of natural daylight. The environmental initiatives will continue with 160kL rainwater tank for toilet flushing and landscape irrigation, recycling of fire system test water and the installation of water and energy metering and building management systems.
Project value was $377 Million dollars.
Stockland Shellharbour is a shopping centre and one of the largest in the Illawarra region.
The Centre incorporates Woolworths, Coles and Kmart, Target, First Choice Liquor, HS home, JB Hi-Fi, Best & Less and over 220 specialty stores and services.
The redevelopment of Stockland Shellharbour that Marline was involved in from 2012-2013 has been designed to high environmental standards and has been awarded a 4-star Green Star - Retail Centre Design v1 rating by the Green Building Council of Australia. 4 stars represents 'Best Practice' in environmentally sustainable building practices and is a great outcome for the development. The centre is additionally registered for a 4 star Green Star - Retail As Built v1 rating.
Coles Port Macquarie
The Coles Port Macquarie project redeveloped an existing Council car park on the edge of the CBD. Comprising a ground floor car park, first floor retail and rooftop car park, the development includes a Coles Tenancy of 4,100m2, three specialty shops and car parking for over 300 cars.
Hansen Yuncken propose an alternative design with their winning tender, and Marline developed a design for the plumbing contractor to fit the scheme further during the ECI phase.