Building Engineering team completes the Push-Up Challenge to support Lifeline

We’re thrilled to share that our team at Building Engineering has participated in Australia’s largest mental health and fitness event, The Push-Up Challenge. This year, the challenge has raised an incredible $10 million to support mental health initiatives in Australia, and we are proud to be contributing to this fantastic cause.

Our team has been pushing their limits, collectively, completing over 30,000 push-ups and mixed reps. Thanks to the generous support of Building Engineering and our dollar-matching program for staff fundraising, we have smashed our $5K target for Lifeline.

As we reach the finish line on the last day of the challenge, it’s a perfect time to reflect on our journey. The camaraderie and team spirit we’ve built has been outstanding. This tough yet rewarding experience has tested our physical endurance and brought us closer together as a team.

We are thrilled to be raising funds for Lifeline and contributing to the vital support services they provide to the community.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us, and well done to our team on finishing strong!

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