CSL Biomedical Facility Parkville

TaylorMech were engaged by Ellis Airconditioning Pty Ltd to complete the HVAC modelling and shop drawings for Basement, Level 4 & 5. These floors included cleanroom systems with positive/ negative pressurisation between zones to contain any potential outbreak of pathogens throughout the facility. 

Completed using Revit, TaylorMech was responsible for ensuring that all HVAC systems were fully coordinated with the services trades, architectural and structural elements, along with ensuring all service/ exclusion zones were captured throughout these floors. TaylorMech liaised with Ellis Airconditioning Pty Ltd to capture any changes to scope and ensure that all project timelines were met.


TaylorMech were engaged by PJM Engineering Services Pty Ltd to carry out the HVAC modelling and coordination of the majority of the stadium redevelopment. Due to the nature and size of the development, 3D scanning technology was implemented to then be imported into the mechanical services Revit model. 

All new services being proposed were required to be fully coordinated with existing services which included electrical, fire, hydraulic and existing mechanical services.


TaylorMech were engaged by AusCool Airconditioning Pty Ltd to complete the modelling and coordination services for the HVAC systems being implemented in this collaborative shared workspace. Offering. a modern  take on co-working offices and a large proportion of the mechanical systems being exposed to view, this project required a very high attention to detail, from both an aestheticand functionality perspective.

As the fit out of this space had been been carried out by the “base-build” contractor, there were certain elements that posed a challenge. That first being that the cold shell was to incorporate a mezzanine floor, which at the time of modelling, was yet to be constructed. To ensure the existing services were being coordinated with the heights of over 6 metres, 3D scanning was implemented to ensure all existing structural and services items were avoided.


40-Storey South Tower consisting of 43,000m2 of office space and the refurbishment of the existing North Tower, consisting of a new lobby, food court and business lounge as well as a new hotel located on Little Collins Street, Next Hotel. The hotel contains 255 boutique suites above four levels of luxury front-of-office services.

The retail tenancies at the ground level will be seamlessly connected to the hotel experience as well as the surrounding retail podium. TaylorMech was engaged by the lead mechanical contractor to complete the shop drawing on Levels 36-38 of the office space floors, along with Level 1 & Level 1 Mezzanine in the Hotel Floors.

447 Collins Street MELBOURNE

Located at 447 Collins Street, Collins Arch will be Melbourne’s first truly mixed-use development. Spanning a 6,000m2 city block, the development includes luxury apartments, a five-star hotel, WELL-rated offices, retail and 2,000m2 of public open space including a tiered amphitheatre. Designed by SHoP Architects and Woods Bagot, the development’s two 39-level towers are linked by a spectacular eight-story Skybridge spanning 14 metres. A total of 202 residential apartments will occupy parts of both towers, including the Skybridge, providing views across Melbourne. Residential amenities are located at level 34 with an additional sky garden located at level 39. 

The W Hotel will take up residence in the East Tower, with 294 guest rooms across 15 levels, while the West tower will contain the bulk of the 49,000sq PCA premium grade office accommodation. TaylorMech was engaged by the lead mechanical contractor to complete shop drawings for hotel floors 27-29, along with clash detection/ QA processes to ensure fully coordinated mechanical services.

Epworth Hospital Redevelopment

Located on the corner of Albert & Clarendon St, East Melbourne, Epworth Freemasons hospital provides a multitude of services to patients, including the upgraded Medical imaging building, which TaylorMech was engaged to provide mechanical shop drawings for the lead mechanical contractor. To ensure all existing services were captured, 3D Scans were completed, and imported into the Revit model for coordination purposes.

Redesign works were also completed by TaylorMech, in order to utilise the existing Heating Hot Water Coils which had been re-used to avoid additional costs.


Engaged by PJM Engineering Services Pty Ltd, TaylorMech were required to coordinate with 3D scans to capture existing architectural, structural and services elements to ensure that the proposed roof mounted multi-zone air handling system would not only meet strict noise requirements, but also adhere to the high level of security standards that are required to meet Victorian Police construction guidelines.


Engaged by PJM Engineering Services Pty Ltd, TaylorMech were tasked with taking all technical data and engineering designs, and ensuring that all HVAC systems being proposed for the sporting centre development could be successfully coordinated with other trade services, whilst still ensuring that the design intent would be achieved through the proposed re-modelling of the originally proposed HVAC design.


Located at 70 Middleborough Rd, Burwood Victoria, “Insight Early Learning” was completed as part of the Burwood Brickworks Community Redevelopment. Offering an innovative and holistic approach to childcare, “Insight Early Learning” is a leader in early childcare development.

TaylorMech was engaged to provide coordinated mechanical shop drawings for the lead mechanical contractor.


The Active Living Centre includes flexible community spaces, consulting rooms, a gym and staff offices, with the existing shul (synagogue) being moved from Gary Smorgon House to a new dedicated purpose-built space within the centre. The aim of the centre is to better connect people through a range of social and recreational activities, cultural and spiritual services and therapies that enhance well-being, health and independence.

Residents of Gary Smorgon House will also be better connected to the centre via a new accessible linkway. TaylorMech was engaged to provide coordinated mechanical shop drawings for the lead mechanical contractor.



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