The National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) measures a building’s energy efficiency, carbon emissions, water consumption and waste management. It assesses the indoor environment quality of a building, its impact on the environment and compares it to similar buildings. NABERS is a truly holistic sustainability rating system. Golden Age has partnered with the best in field to achieve a high five-star’ NABERS design potential.
The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) launched Green Star as a Certification Trademark to drive resilient outcomes for buildings, fitouts and communities. The GBCA aims to reduce the impact of climate change, enhance health and quality of life, contribute to market transformation and a sustainable economy. Golden Age has considered their impact down to the minute detail to target a high five-star’ Green Star building certification.
WELL Building Standard.
The WELL Building Standard exists to support and advance human health and wellness in buildings, interior spaces and communities. The cutting-edge WELL Building Standard is the leading global rating system focused exclusively on the way that buildings can improve comfort, drive better choices, and enhance (rather than compromise) health. WELL uses scientific research and literature on environmental health, human behaviour, health outcomes and demographic risk factors to inform the Building Standard. Golden Age adopts these principles into the building at 130 Little Collins to enhance occupants’ health and wellbeing.