With 'Care' as one of our core values, you can bet we're committed to making a difference in our communities.

And with over 3300 employees in 20 offices across the world, our substantial footprint means we have the skills and resources – and the right attitude – to make everyday better.

We help keep our communities connected, we keep freight and passengers moving, commerce and industries working, families educated and cared for, and we create safe, resilient places and spaces for the community to live, work and play.

We do this through the advice, support and expertise we provide our clients – which all has tangible outcomes. It plays a part in people’s everyday lives – from the moment they wake up, switch the lights on, turn on the tap to brush their teeth, take a shower, and make tea or coffee; to how they get to work, where they spend their workdays, and the places they enjoy leisure time with their families. It also plays a part in the protection of our important ecosystems, coastlines, flora and fauna. 

Our support doesn’t stop there. We also work together with a number of community groups, not-for-profit organisations, and our clients locally and globally to deliver outcomes that create positive, lasting change. We have fun participating in team fundraising events such as the Singapore Cancer Society Race Against Cancer, the Oxfam Water Challenge, and Movember. And across the Asia Pacific, support local and national charities and appeals including Beyond Blue, Singapore Children’s Society, Whitelion ASN, Women’s Refuge, and the Salvation Army.

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What we do

Restored to its former glory and strengthened against future earthquakes – Orton Bradley Park's historic Old Stone Cottage is officially open again.
Two of our engineers created a children's book that explains the amazing work SCIRT has done to rebuild Christchurch’s underground infrastructure.
Our team walking (each with 20kg of water) to raise awareness about the challenges women & children face when trying to access clean water in developing countries
Engaging the local community at the Owairaka Community Open Day with a core sampling demo, treasure hunt using GPS equipment, and a water system demo and VR
Our bikers after cycling their hearts out to raise money for Cure Kids - dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with serious health conditions.
Restored to its former glory and strengthened against future earthquakes – Orton Bradley Park's historic Old Stone Cottage is officially open again.

Our partner says

We greatly value the support, energy and engagement Beca brings to the Poverty Cycle Challenge. Arriving in branded cycling jerseys with a throng of up to four or five teams plus supporters, Team Beca brings the company’s spirit and love of community alive.

Beth Harper

Tearfund Engagement Manager

Our team says

We have a massive opportunity to support humanitarian initiatives. Through pro-bono work, we can provide considerable value to communities in need by helping them meet many basic (and arguably the most critical) needs like water, sanitation, shelter and energy.

Jen Johnstone

Civil Engineer, Christchurch Water

Our partner says

From creating the incredible designs for the structure, to donating bikes, we can't say it enough how much we appreciate the time you have put into working with us on this project.

Kiri Carter

Communications Manager, ChildFund New Zealand

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Humanitarian engineering

Together with Engineers Without Boarders, we aim to connect, educate and empower communities in need.
Making an impact

Committed to a low carbon economy

Something as precious as our environment needs tender love and care. That’s why we’re striving to be a sustainable business – from the inside out.
Our commitment