Sky High Ambitions Soar: Multiplex Chosen to Shape Southern Hemisphere’s Tallest Skyscraper

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Stepping onto the stage of architectural ingenuity, Multiplex, the enigmatic force behind the towering spectacle known as STH BNK By Beulah, has finally been revealed. With a legacy spanning over sixty years, this industry powerhouse has secured the esteemed position of builder partner for an audacious undertaking that promises to reshape the very contours of the Southern Hemisphere’s skyline.

Multiplex to build STH BNK by Beulah
Multiplex to build STH BNK by Beulah

After an exhaustive global scrutiny of construction firms, Multiplex emerged as the natural choice, armed with an impressive legacy encompassing 1,100 projects exceeding US$100 billion in value. Tasked with breathing life into the hyper-mixed-use STH BNK By Beulah, soaring to an astonishing 365 meters, Multiplex is set to orchestrate the creation of a dynamic urban tapestry.

This architectural marvel encompasses not just one, but two twisting towers, and introduces a retail haven that houses an array of shops. The development also boasts a wellness enclave, a childcare haven, the prestige of a Four Seasons Hotel, a cutting-edge cultural hub in collaboration with Centre Pompidou, sprawling commercial office spaces, luxurious residences, a series of intimate pocket parks, and purportedly, the world’s tallest vertical garden.

STH BNK Twisting Towers to be built by Multiplex
STH BNK Twisting Towers to be built by Multiplex

Jiaheng Chan, the Managing Director of Beulah, cited Multiplex’s remarkable track record in engineering and design as the catalyst behind this alliance. Chan emphasized,

“Multiplex is behind some of Australia’s most iconic projects, consistently pushing the boundaries of construction and design. After meticulous evaluation, we believe they are the perfect builder partner for this iconic undertaking, and we anticipate a flourishing long-term partnership that will see the dazzling vision of STH BNK By Beulah come alive.”

Chan continued, highlighting the critical focus on sustainability and biophilia inherent in the project. Multiplex’s unwavering commitment to slashing carbon emissions was pivotal in this decision-making process. Their pledge to achieve net zero carbon buildings and sites by 2030, coupled with a net zero carbon value chain by 2050, resonated deeply with the ethos of STH BNK By Beulah.

Multiplex’s Regional Managing Director, Ross Snowball, echoed the excitement. After successfully delivering Australia 108, the tallest residential tower in the Southern Hemisphere, Snowball expressed eagerness to embark on this ground-breaking journey with Beulah.

As the city of Melbourne eagerly anticipates this remarkable transformation, Lord Mayor Sally Capp lauded the project’s potential to not only generate jobs and stimulate the economy but to etch an enduring legacy within the urban fabric.

With early groundwork set to commence in late 2023 or early 2024, the grand ascent of STH BNK By Beulah is projected to span approximately five years. As this extraordinary architectural narrative unfurls, Multiplex and Beulah stand poised to etch their names in the annals of skyline-defining marvels.

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