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Our Experience

CGC provides specialised engineering services for critical transport, energy and civil infrastructure projects across Australia. What sets us apart is our committed social purpose, investing half our profits into programs that support vulnerable young people in our community.

In 2019, CGC achieved a significant milestone by attaining certification as a social enterprise from Social Traders. We were the first engineering company in Australia to do so. This formal recognition underscores our unwavering commitment to improving learning opportunities for young people.

Being a business for good is at the heart of CGC. 

Our team is proud of this point of difference, reflected in our people-and-purpose focused culture. 

Our clients know that when they work with us, they too are making a sustainable, positive difference.

Our community is supported through meaningful investment in programs that support vulnerable young people to thrive. 

Our social impact aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4

Understanding social enterprises

Social enterprises trade like any other business. The difference is that they are purpose driven to create a social or environmental impact, prioritising people, planet and purpose. Certified social enterprises: - have a defined social purpose - generate the majority of revenue through trade - invest in social purpose, where community benefit outweighs private benefit.
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“I didn't think I was clever. But I could do the activities and might be able to go to university one day.”

- Pyjama Foundation young person who attended the STEM for Everyone program


“It's motivating to know that the work we do contributes to helping young people who need it. It's not just marketing; this is a business that really gives back.” CGC staff member

“It feels great to be part of an organisation committed to making the world a better place.” CGC staff member

What is our impact?

In a nutshell, we want to level the playing field for young people facing disadvantage. Our goal is to support young people facing barriers with opportunities to increase confidence, engage in learning and thrive.


Our impact in practice

We invest in programs and with social partners that support our three evidence-based pillars of:

building confidence; building knowledge; building pathways for young people to thrive.

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Our commitment

The Pyjama Foundation aims to break the cycle of disadvantage experienced by children in care. Through early intervention, positive relationships, support and mentoring, children in care are able to change their life trajectory. 


Sharehouse Youth Programs Inc. is a Townsville based charity that supports at-risk young people by providing accommodation options, job readiness programs, case management and advocacy.


Fuel for Schools is a charity that provides breakfast supplies and essential school items to 58 schools across the Townsville, Ingham and Mount Isa regions.


SalTy Souls Legacy is a non-profit based on the Sunshine Coast providing surf therapy programs for vulnerable kids and teens to help with healing, connection and engagement.


QATSIF is a not-for-profit trust created to give Queensland’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families increased educational choices and life opportunities.

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