Brookfield Place gets PC

The sign at the very tippy top is now installed, and it doesn’t seem like it can get any higher, so it appears Brookfield Place (the 45-storey, flat, but very financially efficient for office tenants, tower in the Perth CBD) has now reached PC, with only internal fitout to be completed.

“We are pleased to deliver such a modern, architecturally advanced office tower that will provide our tenants with a sustainable and efficient workplace.,” Brookfield Office Properties commercial operations chief operating officer, Kurt Wilkinson, said.

“Brookfield Place will literally redefine the skyline of the Perth CBD.

“I would like to congratulate the entire team who have worked on this project and we look forward to welcoming our tenants on-site.”

It has certainly made a long lasting impression on Perth’s skyline, and I think it will be a few years before anything else matches it in size or scale.

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Year

Winner

Age

From?

Announced in?

1960

Emeritus Professor Leslie Wilkinson

77

1961

Louis Laybourne-Smith

81

Adelaide

1962

Joseph Fowell

71

Sydney

1963

Sir Arthur Stephenson

73

1964

Cobden Parkes

73

Sydney

1965

Sir Osborn McCutcheon

1966

William Laurie

1967

William Godfrey

1968

Sir Roy Grounds

63

Melbourne

1969

Robin Boyd

50

Melbourne

1970

Jack McConnell

1971

Frederick Lucas

1972

Edward [Ted] Farmer

63

Sydney

1973

Jorn Utzon

55

Denmark

1974

Raymond Berg

1975

Sydney Ancher

1976

Harry Seidler

53

Sydney

1977

Ronald Gilling

1978

Mervyn Parry

1979

Harold Mortlock

58

Sydney

1980

John Andrews

47

Sydney / Toronto

1981

Colin Madigan

60

Canberra

1982

Sir John Overall

69

Canberra

1983

Gilbert Nicol & Ross Chisholm

1984

Philip Cox

Sydney

1985

Richard Norman Johnson

1986

Richard Butterworth

1987

Daryl Jackson

50

Melbourne

1988

Romaldo Giurgola

68

US / Canberra

1989

Robin Gibson

59?

Brisbane

1990

Peter McIntyre

63

Melbourne

1991

Donald Bailey

1992

Glenn Murcutt

56

Sydney

1993

Ken Woolley

60

Sydney

1994

Neville Quarry

1995

no award

1996

John Denton, William Corker & Barry Marshall

Melbourne

1997

Roy Simpson

1998

Gabriel Poole

1999

Richard Leplastrier

60

Sydney

2000

John Morphett

2001

Keith Cottier

63

Sydney

2002

Brit Andresen

57?

Brisbane

2003

Peter Corrigan

Melbourne

Melbourne

2004

Greg Burgess

59

Melbourne

Melbourne

2005

James Birrell

77

Brisbane

Brisbane

2006

Kerry Hill

63

Perth / Singapore

Perth

2007

Enrico Taglietti

Canberra

Canberra

2008

Richard Johnson

62

Sydney

Sydney

2009

Ken Maher

64?

Sydney

Sydney

2010

Kerry & Lindsay Clare

Brisbane / Sydney

Brisbane

2011

Graeme Gunn

73?

Melbourne

Perth

2012

Lawrence Nield

Sydney

Adelaide

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2 thoughts on “Brookfield Place gets PC

  1. And in the end it looks as bad as was expected. The advertising hoarding style roof was a major blunder. Awful idea. It will never look complete without a “Peter Stuyvesant” billboard.

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