The buildings and construction sector accounted for 36% of worldwide energy usage and 39% of total CO2 emissions in 2018 – of which, 11 % resulted from the mining for raw product and manufacturing construction materials such as steel, cement and glass *.

*International Energy Association (IES) ‘Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction 2019’

These activities impact in both positive and negative ways on human health and our environment. Sustainability seeks to reduce the negative aspects arising from habitat loss, transportation, pollution and hazardous waste materials.

sustainable construction methods seek to:
  • Use renewable and recyclable resources
  • Reduce energy consumption and waste
  • Protect the natural environment
  • Reduce energy use and associated emissions
  • Lower transportation and associated exhaust particulates
our people

We have over forty years of experience in Environmental Management involving all elements of Air, Land and Water. Our commitment is to change the way we work to advance environmental protection using constructive and scientific proven methodologies.

We believe that research, education, legislation and engagement with business and local communities can reverse environmental degradation and ensure the conservation of the worlds physical and natural environment.


We are developing a five-year plan to reduce the impact of our business activities on our shared environment. Towards the end of 2020, we will be adding to the documents section our measurable action plan to realise our sustainability commitments.