United Petroleum, Umina

Project No: 6852 & 6619

Our United Umina project was completed in two stages as two different projects. For stage 1, our client was United Petroleum who we provided DA support and a site-based stormwater management plan for.  

We stepped in on the project again in stage two, this time we were contracted by the project’s builder and provided full detailed design.  The service station required more than the usual copy-and-paste canopy design due to the diagonal positioning on the fuel pumps; we instead employed steel truss framing for the canopy and a tailored design for the main building to suit its dual tenancy intention.

Regency St, Brighton – Civil Stormwater

Project No: 7052

Our Regency Street project came through Urban Planners QLD, who we have worked with extensively in the past.  Our assistance was requested as part of a subdivision project in Brighton.

Following the demolition of the previous structure on site, we provided Civil Design and Documentation for Stormwater drainage through the rear neighbour’s lot, including concept plan with engineered pipework, levels, and coordination as required.

Burwah Terrace, Caloundra

Project No: 6658 & 6515

The BEC Team contributed through a range of disciplines to this two-storey duplex project in Burwah. Our structural contribution covered foundation, framing, bracing, and roof structure right through to construction support and form 16 certification.  We also provided Hydraulic plumbing and drainage, reticulation and rainwater drainage for the project. Our civil contribution included water and sewer connections, bulk earthworks plan, erosion and sediment control plan, storm-water drainage, vehicle crossover and submission of applications and approval paperwork.  After our initial scope was completed, we were re-engaged by the client to provide design and certification for a relocated property sewer connection for inclusion in a build over asset application to Unity Water.

The storm-water for this project was particularly challenging. The site is sloped downward from the road, and current standards require that site runoff drains to the kerb; this issue was further complicated as the site captured upstream storm-water run-off from the neighbouring property in addition to its own. After building up what we could of the property, our storm-water team designed a charged system, utilizing a u-bend like system to deliver water from the lower ground back up to kerb level, with an additional infiltration type ‘cleaning eye’ pit and soaking bed, which would prevent stagnant water from sitting in the system. Additionally, our team designed a rock garden which doubled as a retention tank for slow release of storm-water flow.


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. 


United Petroleum, Wallace St, Warwick

Project No: 6958

BEC was commissioned to provide civil engineering consultancy for a fuel station on Wallace St, Warwick. The BE Collective scope of service covered the full operational works (Op Works) design and documentation as suitable for tender including:

  •   Car parking swept path and compliance to AS2890, including linemarking;
  •   Pavement & crossover;
  •   Stormwater drainage and management;
  •   Flood drainage channel works
  •   Site Bulk Earthworks;
  •   Roadworks, including new footpath and mountable kerb;
  •   Erosion and sediment control.