Managing the triple bottom line is necessary for organizations to stay competitive in today's environment. It's about successfully managing many interests — the community, workplace, marketplace, investors and others — in a way that contributes to the overall prosperity of your organization.
The marketplace demands transparency in sustainable corporate operations. Companies are responding to interested stakeholders by publishing corporate sustainability reports (CSRs), which disclose economic, environmental and social aspects of business.
Formula for Successful Corporate Sustainability Reports
A valuable CSR should be based on strategies that add value to that particular company. Reporting organizations need to develop strategies that they have influence over, resonate with stakeholders and, ultimately, help pay for themselves.
When it comes to implementation, we not only help you successfully plan and communicate through CSRs but also execute sustainability strategies. Often, these pay for themselves through generated cost savings. Greenhouse gas inventories and energy audits often reveal such opportunities..
Our Own CSR: Making Change for the Better
Sustainability is deeply embedded within our firm. It boosts innovation, drives strategy and informs decisions as we design, engineer and build extraordinary projects around the world. We invest in the communities where we live and work, we support a healthier planet, and we reaffirm our commitment to each other as employee-owners.
This report includes environmental, social and economic issues that are material to our employee-owners, clients and stakeholders. It encompasses our worldwide office locations and is informed by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards for sustainability reporting.
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Doug Dietrich Sustainability Manager 816-627-6040