Specialist global infrastructure provider blu-3 has unveiled its first sustainability strategy to coincide with Earth Day (22 April), setting out the company’s ambition to embed sustainability in the future of construction.
In line with its corporate vision of becoming a world-class provider of infrastructure and employer of choice, blu-3 has committed to ensuring that social, environmental, and sustainable governance issues are at the forefront of all its decision making.
HSEQ Sustainability Manager at blu-3, Janna Steadman, said: “As a family-orientated business, people are at the heart of everything we do. We recognise that to deliver world-class infrastructure in today’s world, we need to balance environmental protection, social progress and economic growth so that we ensure stability for future generations. By formally integrating sustainability-driven decisions into our operations, we can demonstrate that we care about positively contributing to the environment, the communities we impact, and our employees, while generating value for our clients and key stakeholders.”
Between now and 2030, the company plans to take ambitious action to become a more sustainable organisation, and each of its commitments are supported by an action plan that sets ambitious targets, defines implementation mechanisms, and offers a platform for sharing best practice knowledge.
HSEQ and Sustainability Director, Shane Fay commented “We are delighted to launch our first sustainability strategy which involves all parts of blu-3. We want all our colleagues, suppliers, clients and partners to be part of achieving its aims. Together we want to achieve a sustainable legacy that we can leave for future generations.
If you would like more information, please visit blu-3.co.uk.