Technology & Innovation

As part of the project, Mirvac has invested significantly in an innovation fund dedicated to exploring new technologies. Data collection is increasingly important to companies like Deloitte, so the final building will incorporate a network of sophisticated sensors, enabling us to measure factors like occupancy, temperature, light and CO2, and optimise operations in response. The building will also include a fibre-optic backbone and diverse riser to accommodate future technology needs.

The technological capacity of Olderfleet is without parallel, ensuring a high-performance ‘fabric’ of data infrastructure, smart building sensors and an operating platform for individual control and customisation of the workplace environment. 

  • Diverse Risers - multiple base building and tenancy risers to ensure availability of secure, diverse cabling pathways.
  • Generator Backup - base building essential services generator backup and space for tenant generators within nominated plant rooms.
  • Energy Monitoring - monitoring of all power, renewable energy sources, water, gas and waste
  • Wireless Overlay - seamless wireless coverage in building to support employee mobility.
  • Smart Lighting - enlightened smart lighting system selected and to be utilised throughout the building enabling cost savings, functional excellence, and enhanced tenancy management.
  • Access Floor - under floor power and data services accessible via outlets embedded in the raised access floor allowing occupants daily flexibility.
  • Telecommunications - capacity planning for multiple telecommunications carriers with diverse entry points into the building fed from multiple exchanges, achieving high degrees of availability and performance.
  • Offsite Fibre Links - capability to utilise existing secure building optical fibre to allow seamless dark fibre connectivity to offsite data centres.