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Corporate Social Responsibility

Our mission is to be a ‘uniting force for good’ in our projects, operations, and community.

This commitment is underpinned by stable growth over the last 34 years, bolstered by strong governance and industry leading systems, to ensure our viability and protect people from harm and risk.




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Of Companies Globally - Ecovadis Platinum Sustainability Rating

Carbon Neutral

Committed by 2040

Our approach

Since 2021 Buildcorp has been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment, and anti-corruption.

Through alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals and as a participant in the SDG Ambition Accelerator program, we recognise that the social and environmental challenges faced by communities, the impact it has on business, and the role we can play in advancing these objectives. We are proud to have been awarded a 2023 Platinum Sustainability Rating by EcoVadis, which reflects our thorough understanding, measured approach and values.

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We embrace innovation and partnering to reduce our environmental impact, as we walk the talk with our own workspaces and support our clients to deliver ambitious environmental outcomes.

Our people are Green Star Accredited Associates and have helped our clients develop solutions for a range of GreenStar, NABERS, LEEDS and WELL projects. We have also worked with some of the industry’s leading sustainability innovators to achieve ‘firsts’ in a number of sustainable pioneering projects.

Environment plan

Our Plan is to outline our commitment to Carbon Neutral by 2040

Industry “Firsts”

“Firsts” in WELL, NABERS, LEEDS and Green Star Projects

Carbon Neutral

Carbon Neutral construction options

Waste Management

Proactive waste and resource management to achieve 90%+ waste recycling



Read our Environment Plan 2022-2030
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Sustainable pioneering projects


Wilkhahn Sydney Show Room

The first GOLD WELL certification in Australia under the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) Retail Pilot Program.


Island 6

The first 6 Star Green Star Commercial Building in NSW.


GPT workplace, MLC Centre

The first 6 Star Green Star Fit-out Rating in a building not undergoing an upgrade.


Australia Post renewal

(Strawberry Hills) The first project to achieve all three Green Star ratings (5 Star Green Star Design, As Built and Interiors) and 5 star NABERS Energy Tenancy and 5 Star NABERS Base Building Rating.

Health & wellbeing

We create physically and psychologically safe workplaces for our employees, suppliers and subcontractors.


Proactive Safety System

Delivering consistent annual reductions in LTIFR


Salary continuance insurance, flexible work and leave options and wellbeing subsidies

Mental health focus

Employment Assistance Program (EAP) and mental health training

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Diversity & Inclusion

Gender Equality

We celebrate and encourage cultural diversity and develop strategic initiatives to create opportunities for Indigenous and female participation.

Participation in industry and education advocacy programs.

Sponsors of Women’s rugby pathway and Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize.


Female owned.


Female in our cadet program


Buildcorp Women’s Golf Academy

We’ve been working for the last 20 years in supporting women to learn how to play golf.

Since 2003, over 300 industry women have participated in the Buildcorp Golf Academy which is a 6-week program led by PGA Pro Bill Exten, Head Professional at New South Wales Golf Club.

Each year, these golf clinics underscore our commitment to women in our industry.

We’re proud to look back on over two decades of welcoming women onto the course; fostering new relationships and opening the doors to networking opportunities beyond the game.


Indigenous participation

A Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan to create opportunity and cultural understanding.

Sponsorships that provide Indigenous opportunity in rugby and the arts.



Learn More about our Reconciliation Journey

Indigenous participation in apprenticeships

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Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan

We have come a long way since formally beginning our journey of reconciliation in 2021 and we are proud of the way our people have embraced this opportunity.

Our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2023-2025 builds upon the achievements of our Reflect RAP and is directly aligned with our values of social responsibility, teamwork, fair play, continual learning and passion.


Learn more about our reconciliation journey

Community investment

We put community support at the core of our purpose and work with partners to make a positive and lasting impact in the communities in which we operate.


$5m into local economies

$3.29m invested in Mental Health

Education initiatives

Local Sponsorships & fundraising


Learn how we give back

Rugby sponsorships

We have been passionate about grassroots rugby since 1992 and offer sponsorships, mentoring, cadetships and scholarships for the men and women of the clubs, teams and competitions we support.


We commit to a secure base of robust systems, good governance, and a strong balance sheet. We engage early to address supply chain risks including environmental and Modern Slavery.



Management Systems ISO 9001 certified


Policies to address legal and moral obligations including Supplier Code of Conduct

Business Plan

Business Continuity Plan developed with ISO 22301:2019


View our governance and policies
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