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BE PROJECTS NEWS It finally made it, winter, that is! After an extremely dry start to our winter we have well and truly enjoyed significant rainfall in the later half of winter. With winter may come a suitable time to reflect inward and work on more internal tasks rather then being out in the elements. Construction carries on, concurrently with this, we here at BE Projects have taken the time to reflect and review some of our internal workings. Particularly on our company values. This month the value we have been exploring is “Continual Improvement” and what this means in our day to day work and how we can weave this into our day. With this value I can’t help but think and reflect on Stephen Covey’s 7th and final habit “Sharpen the Saw”, where he shares the story about the woodcutter using a blunt saw to fell a tree. The conversation went something like; The young man to the woodcutter; “You look exhausted! Take a break. Sharpen your saw.” The woodcutter explained to the young man that he had been sawing for hours and did not have time to take a break. The young man pushed back… “If you sharpen the saw, you would cut down the tree much faster.” The woodcutter said “I don’t have time to sharpen the saw. Don’t you see I’m too busy?” As you renew and reflect inwardly you create growth and change in your endeavors. What are you working on, in preparation for Spring? Troy King, BE Projects, Director

PRACTICAL COMPLETE PROJECTS SINGLETON SPORTS AND COMMUNITY CENTRE Architect: SITE Architecture Studio Client: City of Rockingham The construction consisted of upgrading the existing services at Bowling club with a New building being constructed adjacent at Laurie Stanford Reserve. The facility comprises of an additional 166 m2 of new home and away change room and amenity facilities, cricket and soccer oval space and bowling facilities. Furthermore another 479 m2 of multipurpose rooms with breakout area, a hall / large function room, playgroup store, commercial kitchens and servery, bar, toilets, umpires change room, UAT, office and storage, meeting room and first aid room.


The over 900m2 of new concrete service area at Stockland Riverton consists of a new loading dock which includes new Trim deck and Bondor Roofs, new car parking, line marking and footpaths. This is yet one of another exciting project where BE Projects worked collaboratively with ADC Projects to delivering a quality project on time and on budget as well as providing a successful outcome for the Client. Due to increase demand, the new loading dock services one of Stockland Riverton Major Fruit and Vegetable Tenant.


Architect: SITE Architecture Studio

Massive push on site at West Leederville with the roof completed early August despite the rain. Internal fit outs including carpet, cabinetry and painting are underway with the lift due in Fremantle in the next couple of days, we’re on track for completion within the next month.


Architect: Robeson Architects

Client is looking forward to moving in over the next few weeks as the finishing touches are completed, these include custom garage doors and stone and cabinetry under way this week.


Architect: Gresley Abas

We’re off and racing, with recent site mobilisation at City Beach Primary for the Relocation of the Japanese School. his project includes the relocation of classrooms,renovation of existing classrooms and a new arts & craft building. With Phase 1 works due to be completed mid September.


Architect: Carrier and Postmus

Construction of this new residence on the Darling Scarp is due to commence in the coming months. We look forward to mobilising after the wet weather clears to begin earthworks on the steep site.

Photo courtesy of CAPA Instagram _______________________________________________________________________________ OFFICE NEWS SINGLETON OPENING BBQ

To mark the recent completion of the Golden Bay & Singleton projects, the BE Projects team along with sub-contractors and suppliers involved celebrated this momentous occasion at the Singleton Facility. It was a great opportunity for the team, contractors & families and the local user groups including the tennis and bowls club to come together to use this amazing facility,. The celebration also coincided with BE Projects 7th birthday. Thank you to all who attended!


Over the last month, the BE Team attended the opening at the Golden Bay Sports Pavilion on the 24th of July and the Singleton Sports & Community Centre opening on the 14th of August. it was a fantastic opportunity to see the buildings we have completed, meet the users and see the positive impact it has on the surrounding suburbs. Thank you to the City of Rockingham for making the event possible.

BE PROJECTS CURRENT TENDERS Magic Hand Car Wash - Myaree Marc Fyson Architects Due 25/08/2017 Private Residence - Daglish vittinoAshe Due 31/08/2017

DRY JULY CHALLENGE Congratulations to BE Team Member James Watson for recently completing Dry July! Funds raiser through Dry July go towards cancer support organisations across Australia, to help improve patient comfort, care and well being. If you would like to donate to this cause, please click the link below, he is so close to his target, every little bit helps! Click here to support James


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