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Case Study

Council for the Built Environment (CBE)
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About The Customer

The Council for the Built Environment (CBE), located in Pretoria is a statutory body established under the Council for the Built Environment Act (No. 43 of 2000). It is an overarching body that coordinates six Councils for the Built Environment Professions – Architecture, Engineering, Landscape Architects, Project and Construction Management, Property Valuation, and Quantity Surveying.

The Project

The Council for the Built Environment (CBE) as part of its strategic goal to meet the e-government strategy and provide accessible, responsive, transformed, developed and regulated services for all, through technology, sought for the redevelopment of its website to be dynamic, content driven and reflect its organisational values. Furthermore, it needed an intranet that will improve its collaboration environment and operational efficiency.

The Solution

The intranet provides various stakeholders and employees with a central hub of organisational information, as well as fostering collaboration and learning amongst users and on the other hand the website provides an overview of what the council does, their mandates, current programmes, research projects, appeals and key contacts. Our comprehensive software design, combined with bespoke page template designs, provided The CBE with a system which met their specific needs to deploy an intranet and website which would engage and excite their users.

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The intranet provides various stakeholders and employees with a central hub of organisational information, as well as fostering collaboration and learning amongst users and on the other hand the website provides an overview of what the council does, their mandates, current programmes, research projects, appeals and key contacts. Our comprehensive software design, combined with bespoke page template designs, provided The CBE with a system which met their specific needs to deploy an intranet and website which would engage and excite their users.