Collectiveight Pty Ltd was founded by Jacqui and Paul Blenkinship, who have 30 and 40 years experience in the construction and engineering industries respectively. Prior to founding Collectiveight Jacqui and Paul owned a successful consultancy in the UK for 12 years until the transfer of their business to Savills UK and moving to Perth in 2013.
Collectiveight work with a team of associates with similar values, using our collective skills to proactively define and deliver your projects with best practice outcomes.
Our strength is bringing together and managing teams of like-minded individuals, so you benefit from the multiplier effect of our collaboration.
Our team pride themselves on thinking strategically, finding ways to add value to our service provision, whilst ensuring all aspects of your project are delivered successfully.
Ultimately, our team care about our clients and the services we provide to them. As such our focus is on pragmatic implementation and continuous improvement of our service provision.
INTEGRITYWe are honest, open, fair and reasonable
TEAMWORKWe collaborate to combine everyone’s skills to ensure successful delivery
INNOVATIONWe continuously seek more efficient and effective ways to deliver our services
ACCOUNTABILITYWe take personal responsibility for delivering effective solutions for our clients
Whilst we focus on our projects we also strive to achieve a work life balance. Part of this balance involves our contribution to our local communities through pro-bono work, volunteering and participating in community sporting teams.
Paul is an active crew member on Black Smoke, a Farr 9.2 (Fremantle built boat), sailing and racing out of Royal Perth Yacht Club, Crawley.
Jacqui has a lifelong love of the independence and ‘wind in your hair’ experience that cycling provides. The thought of not being able to cycle anymore prompted Jacqui to train as a pilot for cycling without age.
Jacqui is an active pilot of the trishaw based with Curtin Heritage Living at their Wearne home in Cottesloe. The feedback and the headspace that riding for a few hours a week gives is great for pilots and passengers;
‘bringing such joy and connection to the community for our residents. You are very special people to donate your time and energy to this great initiative.’
Never one to forego a challenge, Jacqui is also learning to ride a unicycle. ‘it’s the most difficult thing I’ve ever tried to learn in my life’ if progress can be made then a charity unicycle ride is the ultimate goal.