Department of Housing and Homelessness Precinct

Project no: 7194

We are proud to have worked with Cairns-based architects, People Oriented Design (POD), on the Department of Housing and Homelessness’ Precinct Revitalisation Program. The project encompassed sites spread across QLD (including Hervey Bay, Bundaberg & Rockhampton) – with the overall goal of improving the livability, security, sustainability, and durability of public housing buildings.

BE Collective’s multi-disciplined commission included Structural, Civil, and Building Services engineering in support of upgrades & refurbishments to the existing façade, landscape, and structures. Façade treatments were implemented in support of enhanced privacy and amenity was improved via landscape solutions. Roofs were also upgraded across the sites.

We are happy to play a part in improving the quality of life for tenants by providing innovative solutions to contemporary public housing needs.

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