Passionate, like-minded people coming together to do better.

Our team and supply partners have expert knowledge, decades of experience delivering quality projects across Australia and most importantly are passionate about doing things better to provide better outcomes.

Established by a team that shared the same frustration of the industry's slow adoption of better standards, unnecessary premiums applied to high-performance building systems and the reliance on imports over supporting local manufacturing. 

Initially starting with the Systems division to design and supply better building systems, Manufacture and Develop divisions have rapidly evolved due to the shared values of our partners and the enthusiasm to be part of the same mission to engineer safe, comfortable and healthy built environments for everyone to live, work, learn and play.

The main office and facilities are currently based in Victoria, however, our national expansion plan is not to establish large central facilities, it is to establish a large network of smaller existing businesses to hyper-localise our supply chain, supporting Australian industry and improving product delivery for our projects.

If you want to do your part to support Australia, provide better people-centric built environments while staying competitive with your tender, then make sure to get in touch to see how e2 can support your company or next project. 
e2 Managing and Technical Director, David Morehouse, has over 20yrs of industry experience. 

As National Sales Manager for one of the world's largest thermal break suppliers, he was a lead advocate for Victoria’s adoption of double glazing standards back in 2006 as well as championing the National Construction Code and Window, Door, Facade industry moving closer to European standards.

​Most recently he is considered an expert in performance reporting on windows, doors and facade products for Overall Thermal and Acoustic Values, constantly modelling the behaviour of different materials such as Aluminium, PVC, Timber, Steel and Glazing used throughout the building industry.  

"Our mission is to engineer safe, comfortable and healthy built environments for everyone to live, work, learn and play."                

The e2 Standard

Better Buildings
Better Business
Better People
Better Buildings

Built environments, built better. 

  • Purpose engineered systems that outperform code. 
  • Sustainable and energy-efficient with local materials. 
  • Integrated monitoring and automation technologies. 
  • Design, Manufacture, Integrate (DMI) methodology. 
  • Rapid construction and mass customisation. 
Better Business

Businesses can do better, by doing better.

  • Save time, deliver more and increase ROI. 
  • Supporting Australian industries with localised supply chains. 
  • Less dependant on overseas imports. 
  • Improving quality control and logistics efficiencies.
Better People

People do better, when they feel better.

  • Comfortable and healthy Indoor Air Quality (IAQ). 
  • Increased physical and mental wellbeing & improved productivity. 
  • Reduced costs associated with preventative health issues. 
  • People-centric built environments to live, work, learn and play in.

Your choice will literally impact people's lives. 

The importance of "healthy building" design has never been more crucial. 

People are spending an estimated 90% of their lives indoors, but most are unaware of the significant impact that "unhealthy buildings" are having on their bodies and minds. The current health and climate crisis along with Australia's build quality issues are amplifying the importance of healthy people-centric buildings. 
e2 is taking action to do better!
Benefits of Healthy Built Environments:
  • Built environments can significantly impact occupants physical and physiological well-being. 
  • Poor indoor air quality increases the risk of respiratory disease in children and adults by 50%. 
  • Nearly 15% of people are vitamin D deficient due to lack of sunlight, causing fatigue and poor mood. 
  • A study found a 101% increase in cognitive scores for workers in green, well-ventilated offices. 
  • Preventative health costs far exceed the costs of using better systems to create healthy buildings.