Sustainability is not a separate part of Galliford Try but embedded throughout our business. Our approach is strategic, with clearly defined objectives and targets that appropriately address the sustainability risks and opportunities facing our business and our stakeholders. We monitor performance through a robust governance structure and are committed to publicly reporting our progress.
It is our policy to manage the impact of our operations and buildings in relation to health and safety, environment, our people, communities, customers and supply chain.
Galliford Try’s strategic approach is defined annually at the Group level and cascaded throughout the business by Divisional strategies, known as 'Sustainability Route Maps'. The Sustainability Route Maps set out the Division-specific short, medium and long term targets extending out to 2025.
At a Group level the sustainability targets are directly linked to the risks and opportunities facing the Group. The Sustainability Route Maps incorporate these Group targets and set additional Divisional targets based on the Division-specific risks, opportunities and customer needs.