Hosts

The annual BEMP summit is co-hosted by the following industry associations:

Australian Institute of Architects

architecture.com.au

The Australian Institute of Architects is a national body consisting of over 11,500 members across Australia and overseas. The Institute was formed in 1930 when state architectural Institutes combined to form a unified national association with the following aims:

  • To advance architecture
  • To maintain the integrity and standing of the profession
  • To promote the profession’s views nationally and internationally, and
  • To encourage the study of architecture

Consult Australia

www.consultaustralia.com.au

Consult Australia is the association for professional services firms within the built and natural environment; influencing policy, creating value and promoting excellence. Its primary focus is on improving the commercial environment for its members and raising standards across the industry.

Consult Australia’s member firms’ services include, but are not limited to: design; architecture; technology; engineering; planning; landscape architecture; surveying; const consulting (quantity surveyors); project management; and management solutions. The association represents some of the industry’s biggest players in this space with its member firms collectively employing more than 50,000 staff.

Green Building Council of Australia

www.gbca.org.au

The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) is the nation’s authority on sustainable buildings and communities. The GBCA’s mission is to accelerate the transformation of Australia’s built environment into one that is healthy, liveable, productive, resilient and sustainable. The GBCA works together with industry and government to encourage policies and programs that support its mission. The Council educates thousands of people each year on how to design and deliver sustainable outcomes for buildings and communities. And it operates Australia’s only national, voluntary, holistic rating system for sustainable buildings and communities – Green Star.

Planning Institute of Australia

www.planning.org.au

PIA is the national body representing the planning profession. Through education, communication and professional development, PIA is the pivotal organisation serving and guiding thousands of planning professionals in their role to create better communities. With close to 5,000 members Australia-wide and overseas, the PIA membership reflects the diversity of the planning profession, representing members from all sectors of government and the private sector, across a range of industry specialisations. PIA is a strong advocate for the value of planning in creating more liveable, productive and sustainable communities.

Property Council of Australia

www.propertyoz.com.au

The Property Council of Australia is the national representative of the $600 billion property industry. We create value for our members through five key service areas:

  • Advocacy
  • Information
  • Networking
  • Professional Development
  • Communication

The Property Council has approximately 2,000 member companies, ranging from Australia’s largest institutions to private property investors and crucial service providers to the industry. Our members include the owners and managers of commercial office towers, retail and industrial centres and tourism accommodation as well as Australia’s leading developers of residential and non-residential property. Property Council members have a long term stake in the health and vitality of Australia’s built environment.

 

Sponsors

Think Brick

Think Brick Australia represents Australia’s clay brick and paver manufacturers. In Australia the brick industry is worth $2.8 billion to the economy and creates employment for 30,000 people nationwide in the manufacturing and installation of its product. We aim to inspire contemporary brick architecture and building design in all areas of the built environment: commercial, residential and landscape.

Think Brick Australia undertakes extensive research, provides technical resources and training to ensure clay brick is recognised as a pre-eminent building material by leading architects, developers, builders and property owners. For more information visit thinkbrick.com.au

Autodesk

Autodesk helps people imagine, design and create a better world. Everyone—from design professionals, engineers and architects to digital artists, students and hobbyists—uses Autodesk software to unlock their creativity and solve important challenges. For more information visit autodesk.com or follow @autodesk

 

Lend Lease

Lend Lease is an international leader in property and infrastructure. We believe in creating a future where people and communities prosper. We create places and infrastructure to enrich people’s lives and meet their needs for the future. Our vision, to create the best places is underpinned by creating places where people prefer to spend their time, places that contribute to the community, and ultimately move beyond the physical to a better place.

We deliver this through excellence in the built environment, by creating places for people that enhance the wellbeing of the environment, society and the economy. This approach to business underpins everything we touch. Over 50 years of experience has taken us across the globe from Australia to Asia, Europe and the Americas. We employ more than 16,500 people around the world and manage an extensive portfolio of assets.

 

Contact

PO Box 3373 Manuka ACT 2603
E: events@architecture.com.au
P: 02 6121 2015

BEMP thanks our sponsors and supporters, without whom the events would not be possible. If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities please email events@architecture.com.au

Organisation representatives

Meet the CEOs of the BEMP host organisations:

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David Parken – CEO

Australian Institute of Architects

 

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Megan Motto – CEO

Consult Australia

 

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Romilly Madew – CE

Green Building Council of Australia

 

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Kirsty Kelly – CEO

Planning Institute of Australia

 

peter-verwer

Peter Verwer – CEO

Property Council of Australia

‘BEMP offers an opportunity to explore the economic, social, environmental and governance issues that help shape national prosperity.’