Responsible construction commitment reaffirmed with Supply Chain Sustainability School gold status

We are pleased to announce our achievement of gold status in the Supply Chain Sustainability School, reaffirming our long-standing commitment to sustainability.

Founded in 2012, the Supply Chain Sustainability School is a free learning environment, providing clients, contractors and the wider construction supply chain with access to training, learning and development resources. The school focuses on 17 key areas of sustainability, as well as addressing topics in offsite, procurement, lean construction and management. 

Achieving gold status is credit to our continued work and dedication to responsible construction, actively using the resources available in the School to further our awareness and understanding of sustainability (in all its forms), as well as sharing this knowledge and experience with other members. 

Speaking about the achievement, Paul Millea, Head of SHEQ & Compliance at Mabey Hire, said: “Sustainability and responsible construction has been at the heart of Mabey Hire ever since its inception, over 60 years ago, with the company built out of the need for innovative and reusable temporary works equipment. This theme of innovation and sustainability has been a key part of our approach ever since, helping our customers to build with confidence.

“Achieving gold status in the Supply Chain Sustainability School reaffirms this, demonstrating to the industry that, not only are we aware of our environmental and social responsibility, but we are also committed to further developing and strengthening our sustainable approach at a company-wide level.”

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