As a long-term member of the Property Council of Australia, Equiem was proud to sponsor the Award for Project Innovation this year at the annual Innovation and Excellence Awards Gala Dinner.
Considered one of the most prestigious property awards programs in Australia, it has promoted excellence in design and innovation in the built environment since 1982. Through this program, the Property Council of Australia aims to showcase superior examples of iconic projects in property development and investment across a broad range of sectors and design disciplines.
Taking home the Equiem Award for Project Innovation was Project REDDA, by Allens, presented by Joe Stokes (Regional Head of APAC) to Beth Patterson (Chief Legal & Technology Services Officer).
As the result of a collaboration between real estate lawyers, technologists, project managers and analysts at Allens and artificial intelligence provider Neota Logic, REDDA streamlines complex real estate lease due diligence by integrating the logic of a lease review into an intelligent app and creating real-time reporting through a collaboration site.
“REDDA addresses a pain point identified by our clients - too much professional time spent on reviewing large volumes of data,” said partner Victoria Holthouse.
Congratulations again to the entire Allens team for their incredible work on Project Redda.
We'd also like to pass on our congratulations to partners at Mirvac for winning the SAS International Award for Best Office Development (EY Centre) and Lendlease for their Barangaroo sweep with RLB Australian Development of the Year, Eagle Lighting Australia Award for Best Workplace Project and WSP Award for Best Sustainable Development - New Buildings
Thank you for everyone who attended the night with us and special thank you to those who joined the Equiem table alongside Joe, Gabbie Karge (Head of Client Services) and Liz Negus (Head of Retail & Partnerships).
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