Consolidated Contractors Company’s (CCC) has published its latest sustainability report covering environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance for 2018-19.
The ESG report was prepared in accordance with the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards and for a second consecutive year, the GRI confirmed its clear alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
The report includes success stories from CCC’s projects and people that combined business intelligence and innovation with a sense of purpose guided by the unique corporate family-based culture.
A wide range of sustainability-related topics is covered from emissions reduction programs to corporate governance, health and safety priorities, and community investment initiatives.
CCC’s sustainability report details performance and progress achieved during 2018-19, highlights include:
- 9.7% reduction of carbon footprint
- 67.2 % of construction waste reused or recycled
- 22% of on-site water consumption sourced from recycled water
- 20 HSE training hours delivered per employee
- 64 individual leadership and project management training courses organized
- 6,340 employees participated in ethics and anti-corruption awareness-raising activities
- 20 CSR projects and volunteering activities benefiting more than 30,000 people
In line with CCC’s leading position, our sustainability strategy aims to make a genuine difference by tackling important issues in the construction industry and the MENA region.
Accordingly, the report presents CCC’s endeavours to find long-lasting solutions that focus on: green construction, circular economy and sustainable resource management as well as women empowerment, creating local value and the highest commitment to business integrity.
The report also outlines, how CCC responded to the Covid-19 pandemic, by prioritizing employees’ safety, supporting local communities and protecting client’s interests.
Finally, as a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) since 2001, this report describes company actions taken to implement the UNGC principles and serves as CCC’s Communication on Progress (COP) for human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
DOWNLOAD THE CCC SUSTAINABILITY REPORT FOR 2020