Sustainability is central to how we operate and forms a key component of our Building For The Future strategy. We have carefully examined the 17 sustainable development goals at the United Nations and are fully committed to contributing to their attainment, when within our power.
We encourage all our stakeholders to enrich the social and physical environment through the provision of innovative and quality-assured environmentally friendly and sustainable infrastructure that supports daily lives, enhances communities and enables sustainable economic growth. We have identified three focus areas that are most important to our sustainability objectives:
Environment, Materials and Communities.
It is our ambition to move beyond Zero Net Carbon and generate Zero Waste by 2030. To help us realise our sustainability ambitions, we have set short-term targets for 2030 as follows:
Each construction site will develop its roadmap working towards our sustainability ambitions and agreeing on additional targets relevant to their specific operations.
Our sustainability commitments are supported by the following actions:
Through early engagement with stakeholders and by working with our supply chain partners we will offer our employees support on how to meet our sustainability objectives. To deliver this policy, we will raise sustainability awareness with our employees and supply chain partners through training courses, toolbox talks, workshops and other formal and informal communication methods. This policy will be displayed in all our site offices.
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