Celebrating 100 years

Here’s to our thinkers and creators, our planners, engineers and practitioners and to all of our clients and our communities. For 100 years we have partnered to make everyday better. Thank you!

Beca 100

Explore our history

Take an interactive journey through our 100-year history to discover how we’ve made everyday better.

Our clients and our second century

Our clients and our people are the heart of our business. So we are celebrating Beca 100 and the start of our second century with a series of conversations with our clients about their next century. What themes and issues will impact them, their organisations and their markets in coming decades? How can we help them #makeeverydaybetter? 

Air Marshal Kevin Short
Chief of NZ Defence Force
Technology will provide us with fantastic intelligence and data… we're always looking at that new capability that will give us an edge to do our job.
Derek McCormack
Vice Chancellor, AUT
Educational institutions are going to have to be adaptable, they're going to have to be agile and they're going to have to be connected to what's going on in the world…
Simon Willis
Australia - Group Manager Growth, South East Water
South East Water is constantly looking into the future for the things that will influence the way that we deliver our water services. We can't remain stagnant because we know the world is forever changing.

Beca Voices

Our Beca family holds our values dear – partnership, enjoyment, tenacity and care are core to our daily lives and our work with our clients and communities. For 100 years we've been united in our purpose to make everyday better. To celebrate Beca 100, we will be speaking with some of our people about the themes closest to their hearts at Beca.

Alex Aramakutu
Delivery

We had close communication both internally and also with the client, and I think that collaboration really helped the project team gel and move in the same direction; we all knew what outcome we wanted from the project, which was key to the successful delivery.

Caroline Hope
Sustainability

Regenerative design is a way of thinking about the way we build and design beyond sustainability. The biggest impact that we can have around creating a sustainable and resilient future, is through engaging the communities that we work with.

Yeo Ser Chong
Culture

The Emerging Leaders programme was created to identify the high-performing individuals that have the potential to grow into high-performing leaders within our organisation... I hope the participants of the programme really embrace it and learn a lot and use the learnings to help them achieve their goals.