As part of our commitment to minimise the environmental impact of our operations across the UK, US and Hong Kong we’ve joined the United Nations Race To Zero campaign.
Working closely with our supply chain partners and customer, our project team developed a cost-effective solution to reuse materials on-site.
Balfour Beatty has set out a roadmap to delivering a zero carbon construction site which we are trialling on a live site - the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh - Biomes Initiative.
Our ecology experts undertook significant works to manage and mitigate risks posed to badgers and dormice in the area.
Utilising the power of My Contribution (MyC), Balfour Beatty’s employee-led initiative to bring about positive business change, we successfully delivered our MyC sustainability campaign, 'Think Global. Act Local. Make a Difference'.
A team of volunteers from Gammon, our 50:50 joint venture in Hong Kong, have helped to repair a network of footpaths at the Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve.
Two teams from Gammon, our 50:50 joint venture in Hong Kong, returned to the tracks for the annual Lap Dog Challenge.
At the Carlyle Crossing project in Alexandria, Virginia, our team’s commitment to sustainability has paid off in a big way.
Gammon, our 50:50 joint venture in Hong Kong, has completed the largest solar power project at Hong Kong International Airport, saving an estimated 1,065 tonnes of CO₂.