We're a Proud Member of the GBCA

Established in 2002, the Green Building Council of Australia is our national authority on sustainable buildings, communities and cities. Their vision is to create healthy, resilient and positive places for people, whilst leading the sustainable transformation of Australia’s built environment.

Receive Maximum Green Star Points with Shaw Contract Carpet

Shaw Contract modular and broadloom products are certified by ‘Good Environmental Choice Australia Limited’ (GECA) with the highest level of certification (‘GECA 50-2011 v2’).


This certification is recognised as a ‘Level A’ rating, under the Green Building Council of Australia’s (GBCA’s) Assessment Framework for Product Certification Schemes. This allows Shaw Contract’s products to achieve maximum product scores in three areas of the Green Star rating tools – Flooring Materials, PVC and Indoor Environmental Quality.

Green Star Accredited Professional (GSAP)

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Shaw Contract's Accredited Staff

The GBCA's Green Star Professional program allows professionals to be recognised for their knowledge and contribution to building a more sustainable built environment. Shaw Contract is committed to supporting this program, and many team members are already GSAP Certified:

- Dave Moolman, Regional Vice President

- Anton Arathoon, Regional Vice President

- Claire Hancock, Marketing Manager

- Allison Trebilcock, Account Manager VIC

- Rhianon McGregor, Account Manager VIC & TAS

- Joanna Smith, Account Manager VIC

- Melanie Jackson, Account Manager WA


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TRANSFORM 2020

Shaw Contract were proud sponsors of the GBCA's event- TRANSFORM 2020. This event has been designed to inspire, challenge assumptions, encourage collaboration and tackle barriers to achieving a sustainable built environment. 


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Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment

Shaw Contract was one of the first GBCA members to support the World Green Building Council’s Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment. 


The Net Zero Carbon Building Commitment drives the scale and pace of action necessary to reduce carbon emissions and requires a transformation in the way we design, build and operate buildings. The aim is to inspire industry and governments to develop aggressive strategies to start the actions necessary for change, and to fulfil their obligations within the Commitment. 


Signatories are required to evaluate their current energy use and associated emissions across their portfolios; identify opportunities to reduce energy wastage and improve energy efficiency; power their buildings from renewable energy sources; and report on progress against decarbonisation targets. All signatories will be expected to meet high verification standards, in the lead up to and in the year of achievement of net zero carbon emission buildings, and report annually on progress.