As leaders in the built environment profession, we understand the vital need to step forward with solutions to the growing global climate crisis.
We have reshaped our own business to meet these new demands. Our NewLeaf programme is a new long-term commitment to practical action rather than words, to ensure our organisation across the whole global value chain reaches net zero by 2030.
We are investing in and adopting green technologies and behaviours – working with our industry to create a greener and more sustainable world.
We are now helping our clients to understand and meet their own low carbon ambitions. by supporting our clients to create new business cases for investment to meet the challenging net-zero emission targets.
It means taking our clients beyond carbon neutrality and offsetting, to rethink strategies that underpin sustainable communities and improve the lives of the most vulnerable.
We are involved in many of the world’s most impactful sustainability projects. Take a look at some examples where our work has helped to transform landscapes and lives.
Stellenbosch University LSS Neelsie PV project, South Africa
The LSS Neelsie photovoltaic (PV) solar rooftop project is the latest capital investment scheme aimed at reducing carbon emissions and energy costs on the Stellenbosch University campus.
Perry Barr flood risk management scheme, UK
The Perry Barr and Witton flood risk management scheme is a nationally-significant project with huge social, environmental and economic implications.
The Trees, India
A sustainable mixed-use development in Mumbai’s greenest district.
adidas East Village Expansion, USA
adidas is the world's second-largest sports brand and employs more than 62,000 people worldwide.
One Thames City, UK
Supporting a high-end residential scheme in the UK capital.
Boston Barrier Scheme, UK
Boston has a history of tidal flooding and is at significant risk from further events in the future. The Environment Agency has responded to this challenge with the £124m Boston Barrier scheme.
News and perspectives
New Elizabeth line opens across London and the South East
Transport for London (TfL) announced the official opening of the eagerly awaited Elizabeth line today, with new stations opening on the route between Paddington and Abbey Wood.
Funding the Australian infrastructure pipeline
The challenges facing the Australian infrastructure market today are fundamentally different from those we have faced at any other time.
Appointed to Greater London Authority local energy framework
We have been appointed as a key supplier to a new national programme that will support the design and development of sustainable power generation capability and transmission networks across the UK.