Corporate Image and Social Responsibilities
Built Environment Collective (BEC) is a responsible corporate citizen. We strive to remain successful so our wider communities thrive. We conduct business in a manner that is sustainable for our employees as well as the wider society and environment. A key element of our business is our focus on people, community, and place. This is a differentiating factor of our business (in comparison to other engineering consultancies), in that we attempt to design first and foremost for people, and place. Our corporate citizenship endeavors align with this paradigm.
EU Parliament leads the way in plastics ban
In a landslide majority this October, the European parliament has voted to ban all single use plastics starting in 2021. This ban would affect single
BEC’s Electronic Waste Recycling
BE Collective is constantly driven by our desire to use our business to make a positive change and lead other business toward the same goal.
Forest Lake Men’s Shed
Project 6998 The BEC team have recently completed some design & documentation pro-bono, for the Australian Men’s Shed Association. The Men’s Shed movement aims to provide
John Tuxworth – President of the AGDF
BE Collective’s Managing Director John Tuxworth has accepted the role of President at the Australian Green Development Forum (AGDF). The AGDF seeks to accelerate the
BEC Supporting the Rosie May Foundation
As part of our corporate citizenship, we recently donated to the Rosie May Foundation who work with Children in Sri Lanka and Nepal. The Rosie
Project no. 6838 Substation 33 (SS33) is an incredibly exciting electronic waste recycling business that the BEC team are very proud to be assisting, on
Providing shoes for children in need
The Philippine shoes project started as a conversation between Caribou’s Craig Thomas and the Principal of a school in Bulacan, Philippines. Sponsorship programs in Principal
You Can Design Australia
‘You Can Design Australia’ is a community project focused on a day long design ‘charrette’ (an intense design process), to create construction scheme designs to
Who gives a crap? We do!
BE Collective sources one of our very essential office supplies form a company called WhoGivesACrap.org! Who Gives a Crap is an online recycled toilet paper
5 years of AIA Regional Awards Sponsorship
The AIA’s Brisbane Regional Architectural Awards night promotes architecture and best-practice in the built environment outcomes. This annual event is also very much a celebration
Ride to Conquer Cancer – 2012 & 2013
2 DAYS. 200 KILOMETRES. 1 EPIC RIDE. August 18-19, 2012. Riding throughout Queensland’s scenic countryside in two days. Sure, it sounds like a lot —
Emergency Shelter Exhibition Brisbane
BE Collective was an organiser, supporter, engineering consultant (and exhibitor) for ESE Brisbane – 17-20 July 2012 The Emergency Shelter Exhibition (ESE) Brisbane formed part
Bicentennial National Trail Campsite, Murphy’s Creek
Real Studio QUT: Murphy’s Creek BNT won 2012 Queensland Architecture Awards Small Project Architecture State Award. Value: Most Materials Donated. The BE Collective team provided
The Hitolo Family
BE Collective Managing Director John Tuxworth visited Papua New Guinea early in 2011 for an inspection during the construction phase of one of our projects.