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MLEI have extensive experience working with education projects. Some examples include:
MLEI are proud to be associated with this project. Thomas Ha provided the engineering to get the first Council approval for an Earthship in Australia. See the InDaily link here: https://citymag.indaily.com.au/commerce/home-future-earthship-ironbank/
Thomas also was central in providing the engineering for the winning entry in Australia’s first zero carbon house competition.
MLEI undertook the civil engineering for the Holland Street project (2015). JPE was the leading consultant. The client was City of West Torrens. The project made a showcase at the recent Australian Institute of Architects (AILA) SA Chapter annual awards, and won an award. See the link:
See also http://www.watersensitivesa.com/aila-award-winning-projects-embrace-wsud/
MLEI are currently providing structural engineering consultancy in association Northrop for the development of Urbanest, North Terrace, Adelaide.
Students seeking off campus accommodation will soon have more than double the choice of purpose built beds to choose from, and all with a prime CBD address. A new partnership, worth more than $100 million, between the University of Adelaide and accommodation developer and operator Urbanest will support the needs of rising numbers of domestic and international students wishing to live in the city centre, by proving an extra 689 beds.
MLEI has just been selected into the consultant panel for Adelaide City Council.
The panel is for civil and structural engineering services and reflects confirmation of our ongoing commitment to delivering on-time and on-budget.
A planned new $32million city hotel will be pieced together like Lego – with the entire 16 storeys to be put together in less than two weeks. MLEI will provide the innovative engineering to enable this to happen. They will be working with Intro. Design company Intro director Nigel Howden said the use of the modular construction was a ‘game changer’.
‘It’s certainly a new way of building in Adelaide – there’s been a couple of schemes on the east coast using this building technology, but nothing like this hotel,’ Nigel said. ‘This is a real test bed for this kind of construction’. This building will be one of the tallest in Australia using modular construction technology. The plan is to build a hotel within 12 to 13 days – a level a day.
MLEI are pleased to continue their involvement in innovative design.
MLEI are pleased to announce that they been prequalified by DPTI for Building and Construction work for Civil and Structural Engineering in Categories 1, 2 and 3 for both disciplines. The certificate was issued on April 7th 2015.
The luxurious Mayfair Hotel on the corner of King William and Hindley streets in the city is the newest hotel in Adelaide. The 170 room hotel in the heritage-listed former Colonial Mutual Life building is complemented by a ‘jewel box’ addition. After more than two years of major upgrade works and $55 million of investment, the hotel opened its doors to its first guests on the 29th January. MLEI is proud to have provided the engineering for such an iconic building.