Latest buildings to go live with PEAK - October 2022

October 21, 2022

We're delighted to see momentum growing as new partners and buildings go live with the PEAK Platform! Here is a wrap-up of some of the latest properties where the platform has been deployed.

Brisbane Airport (Brisbane Airport Corporation)

CIM has partnered with Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC), the operator of Brisbane Airport. As part of a commitment to reducing their environmental impact and improving operational efficiency, BAC has selected CIM to provide building operations monitoring across their Domestic Terminal. The announcement comes after Queensland experienced a bumper period for tourism with record increases in visitor figures through April and May. The Easter break proved a turning point, with Brisbane Airport recording its busiest day in two years. This promising spike in traffic brings operational challenges. Airports are highly complex environments with a vast amount of technology and equipment for onsite teams to manage.

“As optimism around travel continues to ramp up, our ability to maintain a smooth operating environment will become increasingly critical. Proactively picking up on faults through continuous monitoring will allow us to meet our ambitious sustainability targets while servicing a growing visitor base with minimal disruption.” explains Kevin Blazely, Building Asset and Maintenance Manager, Brisbane Airport Corporation.

Read the full announcement here.

Marketown (SCA Property)

The PEAK Platform is now operational at SCA Property Group’s Marketown Shopping Centre. The deployment aligns with SCA’s new sustainability strategy, committing to bold net zero targets through improved operational efficiency. The Platform is actively monitoring the sub-regional retail asset, identifying opportunities for optimisation.

Located within the Newcastle Central Business District, the 26,000 square metre property consists of two centres, East and West. We look forward to working with leading property group SCA and its partners to facilitate a modern data-driven approach to property operations at Marketown.

193 North Quay (Aviator Capital)

We are delighted that Aviator Capital, as the new owners of 193 North Quay, have kept the PEAK Platform operational at the property. The 10-storey Brisbane office building was recently sold by Kyko Group, after we increased the NABERS rating from zero to five stars during their ownership.

Over the course of the engagement with Kyko, the platform successfully reduced the building’s climate impact, increased financial performance and enhanced team collaboration.

Aviator Capital is an industry-leading funds management service with a focus on delivering performance and sustainability. We look forward to working with the new team to maintain the high levels of operational efficiency at 193 North Quay through a data-driven approach to building management.