The Tyree Energy Technologies Building is the new home of energy research at the University of New South Wales and has an area of 16,000m2. This development project comprised a number of different energy saving technologies which resulted in the building achieving a 6 Star, Green Star Design rating and become a front leader for research, education and industry collaboration in the development and practical implementation of sustainable energy technologies. 

Client  Multiplex
Contract Value  $10 Million
Services  Design & Construct
Branch Sydney Region
Electrical Installation
Service & Maintenance
Design & Engineering
Communications & Data
Controlled Automation
Project Management

STAR Group provided the electrical and security services for the project, these include services for the following facilities; wet and dry research laboratories, teaching laboratories, post-graduate write-up spaces, multiple raked theatres, a range of informal learning and collaborative spaces, showcase/exhibition space, a rooftop experimental space and a prototype carbon trading office.

Star Group’s services provided on the project included:

  • Photo Voltaic Cells
  • Infrastructure cabling and support systems
  • Consumer Mains, Submains
  • Main Switchboards and distribution boards
  • Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) System
  • Luminaires
  • DLT light switches
  • Earthing Systems
  • Metering
  • Power Cabling, Cable Trays & Ladders
  • Power Factor Corrections
  • Lighting and Lighting Control Systems
  • Power Reticulation
  • Communication and Data systems
  • Audio Visual Systems
  • Public, High Voltage Infrastructure
  • Inground Reticulation and conduits
  • Standby Diesel Generator
  • Load Bank & Remote Diesel Fuel Refuelling System
  • Security Systems
  • Network Servers
  • MATV System
  • SCADA System
  • Isolated switch
  • Comms links
  • Substation 
  • Switchroom Fitouts
  • CEMP Battery System
  • Fixtures, fitments and equipment
  • Acoustic insulation
  • Aircraft warning lights
  • Permanent surface restoration; and
  • Temporary electrical services.