The Exchange Public Lecture Series presents: Creating sustainable cities, delivered by Tim Campbell, Project Director, Victoria Harbour.
Lendlease believes in creating the best places – places where people can live, learn, work, play, heal and travel so that communities can prosper now and in the future. Connecting people with place has been one of the guiding principles underpinning their commitment to sustainability, and nowhere is this more evident than at Victoria Harbour.
Victoria Harbour is a flagship urban regeneration project for Lendlease. Across 30 hectares in the Docklands, Victoria Harbour boasts the largest concentration of green star rated buildings in Australia and includes more than 30 percent open space. The precinct also claims many world firsts including Forte, the tallest residential building constructed out of cross laminated timber, and Library at The Dock, Australia's first six star public building. Victoria Harbour has also been awarded a 6 star Green Star Communities rating, representing world leadership in master-planning.
Tim Campbell, Project Director of Victoria Harbour will provide an overview of sustainability at Lendlease, with a focus on key sustainability initiatives that have been delivered at the precinct. With Victoria Harbour set to be home to 10,000 people and more than 25,000 workers upon completion, Tim will also detail what is still to come.
Tim Campbell, Project Director, Victoria Harbour
Tim has more than 19 years of experience in the construction and development industry. Starting out as a construction cadet on the Olympic Stadium in Sydney, his experience spans site management, contracts administration and project management before a transition into property development. Over his extensive career, Tim has been responsible for the delivery of numerous commercial, residential, retail and mixed-use projects in Sydney, London and Melbourne.
In his current role, Tim is Project Director of Victoria Harbour, one of the largest and most prestigious waterfront developments being undertaken in Australia, which is also Lendlease's first and most advanced urban regeneration project.
Tim has significant experience in all aspects of the construction and development process, and as Victoria Harbour Project Director, is involved in the corporate management of Lendlease's presence and profile here in Victoria.
About The Exchange Public Lecture Series
The Exchange at Knowledge Market is a collaboration between Lendlease and RMIT University. The Exchange is a year-long "urban living lab" exploring the concept of community and new ways of understanding the shared urban environment through a curated series of public workshops, exhibitions, forums and community events.
During the month of October, The Exchange at Knowledge Market will host a series of public discussions around the challenges and opportunities of a zero carbon future. With a focus on the design of sustainable and resilient urban environments and communities, invited speakers will talk about how their organisations are making a difference in Victoria Harbour.
This project is supported by a capability development fund grant from the RMIT Design and Creative Practice ECP.