Sustainability

We construct award-winning buildings; noted for their outstanding energy efficiency standards. Through the adoption of a responsible and proactive attitude to environmental issues, we are committed to minimising potentially harmful effects on the environment, and contributing to sustainable development, via balancing business aims with environmental considerations.

Delivering projects to BREEAM “Excellent” status, our experience in this area has led to us receiving awards including LABC, Green Apple, RICS and the RIBA Sustainability Award.

Our dedicated team keep abreast of the ever-evolving and developing practices and processes within the industry to ensure optimum results for the project. As a member of Suffolk’s ‘Green 100’, we’re further demonstrating our commitment to sustainable best practice.

We recognise the risks to the environment associated with our construction activities and our responsibility to adopt environmentally considerate practices. We are aware of the potential to pollute and the need to conserve natural resources, whilst appreciating the opportunity to enhance the environment through amenity creation and habitat improvement. We are committed to reducing the impact of our activities on the environment, minimising risk and fulfilling our legal obligations.

We adopt working practices that promote the protection of the environment by controlling and minimising the effects of pollution, nuisance and waste. We comply with relevant environmental legislation and other requirements to which we subscribe. We continually seek to improve our environmental performance by the setting and reviewing of environmental objectives and targets.

Employees are made aware of and must comply with their individual and collective responsibilities, and have a clear duty to act in an environmentally conscious manner at all times. Employees are given information, instruction, training and the supervision necessary for promoting environmental good practice, and must take reasonable precautions to avoid harming the environment.

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