Transforming to emerge stronger
Despite the uncertainties and challenges associated with responding to the pandemic, our business diversity, strong relationships with our clients and tremendous sense of team have enabled us to navigate through the year successfully.
Throughout our 75-year history, we have helped build the world around us, making the difference for our clients and our people. As we enter the next 75 years, I am excited by the opportunity for us to create an even greater impact. Vincent Clancy Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Stepping up to meet the net-zero global challenge
As leaders in the built environment profession, we understand the vital need to step forward with solutions to the growing global climate crisis and help limit global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2050.
Building teams fit for a new future
The built environment is a central plank in global plans to stimulate post-pandemic economic growth. We are committed to building the highly skilled workforce required to deliver this unprecedented ambition.
Building back better: an imperative for change
The global pandemic has accelerated the drivers for change across all aspects of our lives and communities. The successful delivery of the ambitious built environment investment programmes on which this changing world depends requires radical industry transformation to enable faster, more productive and sustainable solutions.
Making digital a way of life
Every industry is racing to embrace digital technologies and the power of data. Nowhere is this more needed than in the construction industry, where digital transformation is a crucial catalyst to enhancing productivity and performance. There are promising signs in our industry, but we need to accelerate this pace of change.
Corporate responsibility, financial performance and risk
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