The award, from the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), is a significant milestone as it means the terminal has exceeded all of its environmental goals. Previously, it had also received a rating of “Excellent” for both design and construction from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA).

“This is a great achievement and is very much a reflection of the commitment and passion shown by the MIRRAT team and our partners,” says Paul Hand, Managing Director of MIRRAT.

“The MIRRAT project has provided a unique opportunity to implement some of the conceptual thinking that was born through the Castor Green concept,” adds Jed Smith, Head of Commercial and Stakeholder Management at MIRRAT. 

MIRRAT is one of only two facilities in Australia to hold both the GBCA’s 6 Star rating and the ISCA’s “Excellent” accreditation.