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The Mint

10 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW

Contract Type
Lump Sum
Construction Value
$11.9 million
Client
Historic House Trust of NSW
Architect
Francis Jones Morehen Thorp
Complete
October 2004
The project involved the adaptive reuse of heritage industrial buildings behind The Mint Offices in Macquarie Street, Sydney, into new head office premises for the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.   The historic structures are part of the  original working buildings of The Mint, which were prefabricated in London and shipped to the NSW colony assembled in 1854.    The buildings were adapted and re-used
for many purposes in their 150 years history.  Only the central part of the original building remained and these were restored.  The original wings to the north and south were reinterpreted in a contemporary way.   St Hilliers worked closely with the architects to deliver this  project, which combines the best in building conservation and contemporary architecture.

Winner: 
Sir John Sulman Award for Commercial and Public Building Architecture and Greenway Conservation Award, 2005 Royal Australian Institute of Architects, NSW Architecture Awards

Project of the Year and Commerical Project $10 million to $25 million, 
2005 Australian Institute of Building National Professional Excellence Awards

Heritage Construction $10 milion to $50 million, 2005 Australian Institute of Building NSW Chapter Professional Excellence Awards

2005 MBA of NSW Excellence in Construction Award - Restoration / Renovation of an Historic Building $10 million to $25 million 

2005 National Trust Heritage Awards: Adaptive Reuse - Corporate/Government and EnergyAustralia Award for Conservation - Energy Management

 

               

 

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