Category: News

#ChooseToChallenge – International Women’s Day 2021

The whole BE Design team is celebrating International Women’s Day today (Monday 8 March), and #ChooseToChallenge the stereotypes and tackle gender inequality – especially within our own construction industry. Director Anna Tsartsari, said: “While it has definitely become more inclusive over recent years, the construction industry still has a way to go when it comes […]

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Celebrating our staff for Employee Appreciation Day 2021

BE Design is more than just a business, but a family of talented, passionate individuals who all offer different skills and qualities to create a diverse and multidimensional team. The past year has been incredibly challenging for many due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the BE Design family has adapted seamlessly to working from home, […]

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SUSTAINABLE placemaking is a cornerstone of our approach to architecture and engineering and so we are delighted to announce the appointment of our new senior sustainability consultant, Judy Ong.   With a master’s degree in Architecture: Advanced Environment and Energy Studies and over a decade of experience in the industry, Judy will apply her enthusiasm and extensive knowledge to input sustainable processes in […]

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The BE Design family expands

We’re thrilled to announce the appointment of our newest senior engineer and new head of finance. Mike Stacey joins our head office in Newark, bringing with him 12 years’ experience in the industry. Emily Foran also joins the team to oversee the practice’s financial reporting. Having originally worked as a graphic designer following school, Mike […]

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Sustainable placemaking: what the new transport and infrastructure funding means for the built environment

An increasing number of councils are now declaring climate emergencies. Sustainability is not an end goal. We have to be incorporating sustainable practices into everything we do to ensure that we meet the government’s zero carbon targets. With billions of pounds being ringfenced by the government for public transport funding in the coming years, Charlotte […]

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