12-12 May 2022
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Industry News

Shaping the future of work – Health, wellness and net impact

Sep 29, 2021 Other

The changes in how, where and when we work were incubating long before the COVID-19 pandemic. Working from home was not a new concept, and flexible and mobile working were features of most industries. Digital workplace enablement and the maturation of cloud-based work platforms had already demonstrated how technology could facilitate work from everywhere. However, […]

Be Summit Delivers Vibrant and Inspirational Virtual Event

Sep 13, 2021 Be Summit News

Be Summit Event Manager, James Laing, said this year’s virtual event was a much-needed connection for professionals in the building, construction and design industries. “Feedback has been exceptional and the large number of questions and lively participation of attendees in the chat room proved this was an event the industry really needed,” said James. The […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Conformance & Compliance: In the Wake of the Lacrosse Fire, How Are We Resolving Issues?

Sep 10, 2021 Policy & Trends

A few years on, our expert panel of industry leading voices and names, will be exploring the changes that have occurred since the 2014 fire, and what the implications are for design and building professionals. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the key inisghts that came out […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Where to From Here? The Future of Work and What it Means for the Built Environment

Sep 10, 2021 Be Summit News

Our esteemed panel of experts spoke about how the seismic events of the past months will impact how people work in the future and what that, in turn, means for the diverse industries that make up the Built Environment sector.  If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | The Global Impact of BIM

Jamila Rizvi sat down with Rebecca de Cicco of Aurecon for an in-depth discussion on the historical journey of the UK BIM Policy and its impacts on the global BIM implementation and what this means for the Australian built environment. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | ACIF Forecasts Briefing & Panel Discussion

The ACIF Forecasts provide the industry with a relevant and credible ‘compass’ for upcoming demand for work across all sectors, including major projects, as well as what is happening with construction costs and labour requirements. ACIF Chief Forecaster Kerry Barwise sat down with a panel of industry experts to offer a look into the latest […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Has COVID Killed the City?

Sep 10, 2021 Policy & Trends

Our panel of senior built environment professionals discussed the future of our city post-COVID and what that means for Australia’s built environment sector. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the key insights that came out of the session from our virtual 2021 Be Summit. 1. Flexibility is […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Continuing Victoria’s Road to Recovery

Sep 10, 2021 Policy & Trends

13 months on the Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas joined Jamila Rizvi to discuss how recovery is tracking and what the built environment sector can expect next. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the key inisghts that came out of the session from our virtual 2021 Be Summit. 1. […]

Shaping the future of work – The office ecosystem and hybrid work

Aug 23, 2021 Policy & Trends

In the history of work, the pandemic of 2020-2021 will be viewed as a turning point. Historical patterns of work, worker behavior and workplace engagement that had evolved over decades were disrupted and transformed and irrevocably shifted into a new direction. Offices hold a starring role in the future of work as they attract talent […]

Be Summit Moves Virtual – and Free – Three Weeks to Go

Aug 16, 2021 Be Summit News

Almost 1000 people have registered for the Summit which will feature speakers from throughout Australia debating the path to recovery for the industry. The program brings together Australia’s built environment leaders, government policymakers, and market experts to discuss a roadmap of recovery and pave the way for future construction and development within Australia’s built environments. […]

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