Running a business responsibly is key to its long-term sustainability: all decisions we make have consequences for society.

Sustainability helps us ensure that those consequences are positive, adding value for our clients and the communities we work in. Our vision is to be a leading global partner in advancing sustained economic, social and environmental wellbeing.

Our commitment to sustainability goes beyond meeting clients’ requirements and complying with regulations at the local, state, provincial or national levels.

Whether we’re reducing greenhouse gas emissions, developing new ways to conserve water or promoting renewable energy, our commitment to sustainability drives innovation, resiliency, reduces risk and provides attractive project life cycle returns on investment.

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY STATEMENT

We recognise that our operations have an effect on the local, regional and global environment and that effective environmental management is critical to future business success. 

As a consequence of this, senior management have established key targets for continual improvement in environmental practice and performance.

Furthermore we believe that, with commitment and co-operation, it is possible to conduct our operations in such a way as to minimise our impact on the environment.

To realise these policy objectives Directors and senior management are committed to:

  • Promoting a culture of environmental responsibility and awareness, through effective leadership, communication and training

  • The provision of adequate resources, including management representatives, to fulfil the Company’s commitments

  • Implementing policy through an effective Environmental Management System that meets the requirements of BS EN ISO 14001

  • Complying with all relevant Environmental Legislation and where possible improving on these requirements

  • Investigating all incidents to identify root causes and prevent recurrence

  • Conducting regular reviews to monitor performance, producing plans for improvement, and reporting against these plans

  • Considering, planning and implementing reasonably practicable control measures to minimise identifiable environmental impacts associated with the Company’s operations, including pollution prevention, waste minimisation and fuel, energy and water efficiency.