Community Project Policy

When, where and why we take on community projects:

We take on community projects when we can, depending upon how busy we are and how strongly we identify with the project or proponent’s mission. We will look at projects anywhere but will consider our carbon footprint when it comes to how we respond. Why do we do it? We believe in lending a helping hand as we work towards a delightfully diverse, safe, healthy and just world, with clean air, water, soil and power—economically, equitably, ecologically and elegantly enjoyed.

Recent Community Projects

Woodcraft Guild ACT

We provided assistance to the Guild helping them to realise upgrades to their facilities. The object of the Guild is to promote, foster and develop woodcraft and encourage excellence in woodcraft and related design in the Australian Capital Territory and Region.

The Buttery

The Buttery is committed to assisting chemically dependent people realise a sense of self worth, to nurture the living skills that we take for granted and to help them take their place in society with the knowledge that they can choose paths that are not only fulfilling to themselves but to society as well. We provided assistance to The Buttery as a member of a panel of advisers assessing submissions for their “building a better Buttery” project.

Beelarong Community Farm

We assisted the Beelarong Community Farm negotiate approval for a composting toilet at their Morningside plot.

Gobal Institute for Learning and Development Sustainability Centre proposal

We contributed ideas and architectural concepts for a proposal to build a centre of excellence in sustainable technologies, practise and learning in Brisbane.

Norman Park State School G-Block

John was a member of the P&C Association Building Committee, which acted as client representative for the project. John played a role in achieving some triple-bottom-line sustainability gains for the project.

Community Projects: John Cameron Architects