Darwin Wave Pool

Darwin Waterfront cooperation hosts a large array of indoor & outdoor precincts including the project focus which was devised around the wave & recreation lagoons.

Built as a part of the Darwin Waterfront Project, this Boogie Board Wave Pool is the largest wave pool in Australia, & at the time of design, is one of only six wave pools in the world. The pool is 2m in depth & covers 4,000 square meters, including an area with more shallow water. The waves run on a cycle, with 10 different wave patterns for all types of swimmers & boogie boarders.

GNFP (BEC) was responsible for the pool’s structure, wave plant, pool filtration, mechanical & hydraulic services. The 1.2m high boogie board wave is produced by pneumatic systems by Murphy Waves & Services designed by VOS Group.

Peninsula Leisure Centre

#The Peninsula Leisure Centre located on the NSW coastline is home to a wide range of community offerings including the aquatic centre, 24h fitness centre, indoor sports & children’s facilities.

This multi-discipline project was the construction of a major regional aquatic centre. The project involved a 60m span tubular trussed roof over an indoor 50m heated lap pool, & a 25m leisure & program pool.

With its unique layout & features, the leisure & program pools support many diverse functions for its users, such as swim classes, activities for children, & everyday enjoyment. The project also included a 2-court multipurpose building & gymnasium, featuring a post-tensioned steel roof with extensive use of exposed steelwork.

Broken Hill Aquatic Centre

#The Broken Hill Aquatic Centre project involved a new 50mx20m 8-lane outdoor pool, a leisure pool that includes a slide, amenities buildings, concourse, plant rooms & grandstand seating. The water slide is a 70m ride dropping from an 8m platform, making it a thrilling experience for those at the centre.

The Centre facilities now offer a wide range of services to support activities for overall health & fitness such as a health club, hypnotherapy pool, indoor & outdoor pool facilities & a water playground for children. 

As part of a community partnership with YMCA NSW, this aquatic centre collaboration proved very beneficial for the community at Broken Hill & will continue to be so for years to come. GNFP (BEC) collaborated with Crystal Pools for the design & construction of this project.

David Street Townhouses, Burpengary

Project No: 6760 

BE Collective were commissioned by a return client to provide structural, hydraulic, civil, and stormwater engineering, as well as construction phase support,  for a 28-townhouse development, located close to the main business district of Burpengary, QLD. 

Construction phase challenges, including changes from the levels and drainage, all the way to the finish, were managed through close cooperative problem solving with the contractor and site superintendent.  The project was successfully delivered and practical completion was achieved in late 2018. 

BE Collective has been further engaged by the consultant to assist on multiple other projects of various sizes, in a range of different multi-discipline capacities. We take pride in the fact that a large portion of our business comes from return customers. 


Julia Creek Aerodrome

Project No. 6867

Following a technical inspection in July 2017, Mckinlay Shire Council engaged BEC to design & document pavement rehabilitation & lighting upgrades for the Julia Creek Aerodrome in North West QLD.

The Aerodrome facilitates scheduled commercial flights by Rex Airlines, provides essential deliveries to the region, & accommodates transportation for 3,000 athletes, musicians and bull riders to the infamous annual Dirt’n Dust Festival.

Our design brief included runway, taxiway, and apron pavements, civil drainage and runway lighting. BE Collective was further engaged to offer comprehensive project management & superintendency services throughout construction.

The full 1.4km of stabilised pavement & sealed surface was completed within two weeks, through periods of monsoonal rain and extreme heat well above 40° degrees.