Kier believes corporate responsibility starts with running a safe, efficient and profitable business, so that we are in a strong position to share wider benefits with the communities where we operate. This means working in a responsible way, respecting our people and supply chain, making safety a priority and protecting the environment. It also means working hard to be a good neighbour and helping our customers and their communities by supporting local supply chains, community initiatives and good causes.
Sustainable business strategy
In our Strategy for a Sustainable Business; Responsible Business, Positive Outcomes, we measure our progress against 20 non-financial performance areas each year which sit under these four headings:
Governance: making sure we live up to the high standards we have set ourselves
People and Communities: preventing harm to our employees, contractors, local communities and being a good neighbour, by leading on the delivery of social value. In 2018 this will be over £150m of social value
Environment: considering the potential effect of our work on the environment - carbon emissions, waste, water use, biodiversity and environmental incidents - and influencing design, build and maintenance to take these factors into account
Marketplace: delivering on promises to our customers and to their communities and meeting high standards when it comes to treating our employees and supply chains fairly.
Reports & Statements
View our initiatives
Every project we deliver is an opportunity for us to demonstrate our commitment to being a responsible business
At the 2017 awards Kier was shortlisted in seven of the nine BIG categories and won three awards. These included Pollinator, Maintenance and Management and BIG Biodiversity Champion.
At Kier we are committed to finding innovative solutions to minimise our environmental impact. Since March 2017 there have been over 150 company car orders for electric vehicles. 23% of orders are now for electric or hybrid vehicles.
Making Ground is an on-going initiative, developed and administered solely by Kier to provide practical support for people who find getting back into employment challenging - in this case prisoners.