NEW MAYFIELD PROJECT TEAM
Woods Bagot is a leading global design and consulting Architecture firm, with a team of over 700 people working across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. The firm’s unique ‘Global Studio’ philosophy drives unprecedented knowledge sharing and true collaboration across time zones, producing innovative, inspired and functional design solutions for clients. Underpinning Woods Bagot’s knowledge culture is PUBLIC, their global research arm capturing new thinking and challenging the predicable.
Watpac Limited is a national multi-disciplined construction and mining contracting group listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. The Group employs more than 1,200 people nationwide in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia.
With more than three decades of success and growth, Watpac is focused on the delivery of more than $1.52 billion work in hand (as at December 2014) for clients including state and local governments, resource companies, airports, universities and education providers, commercial and residential property developers, and food processing plants.
The Group’s skills and experience in the design and construction of high-quality residential precincts that meet the needs of the modern urban lifestyle, is demonstrated in their ability to deliver award-winning projects that are shaping the skylines of cities throughout Australia.
Sturt Land the developer of New Mayfield is a company that was specifically formed to deliver this remarkable project. The vision behind Sturt Land and New Mayfield is proven Melbourne based property developer Colvid.
In creating New Mayfield, Sturt Land is setting a remarkable benchmark for forward-thinking apartment living, utilising best practice and cutting edge sustainability initiatives for a new inner-city community.
Oxigen are one of Australia’s most awarded landscape architectural practices known for their designs that capture the essence of contemporary Australian Style. Oxigen are an integrated design practice that feeds off the multi-disciplinary skills of talented designers working within a collaborative studio environment. These skills include landscape architecture, urban design, architecture, urban and regional planning, industrial design, graphic design and urban horticulture, and have been realised in projects that span strategic master plans and policy development to built form. A portfolio of completed projects defines the practice and gives it a strong reputation as a leading advocate of environmentally sustainable design and appreciation of place.