Keltbray among the first 14 champions from across the UK’s construction supply chain to declare commitment to support CO2nstructZero
Champions from across the UK’s construction industry have come together to declare their commitment to support CO2nstructZero, an initiative started in response to the climate emergency. The initial list has been selected by the Construction Leadership Council having demonstrated their commitment towards the sector’s drive towards reducing carbon emissions in the delivery and operation of the built environment.
Announced last week at UK Construction Week, Keltbray is pleased to reveal that it has been selected as a Construction Leadership Council CO2nstruct Zero Business Champion. The initiative enables companies to be role models in the industry change programme and come together with other key players in the sector to support CO2nstructZero in its bid to tackle climate change.
The 14 Business Champions are committed to sharing tangible evidence of their net zero carbon plans against the nine CO2nstructZero priorities, contribute to the industry reporting process and work with other companies in the sector to develop their own plans.
Keltbray recently unveiled its new core purpose, ‘To redefine the way sustainable development is delivered’, and today’s announcement further demonstrates the company’s commitment to supporting the sector’s drive towards reducing carbon emissions in the delivery and operation of the built environment.
Kiro Tamer, Group Energy Manager at Keltbray commented: “Keltbray has set the target of achieving net zero by 2050 and made a commitment to support our clients to achieve their own net zero targets. Collaboration is key in achieving real change and the whole sector must work together to ensure we transform how we deliver the built environment. It’s an honour to be selected as a CO2nstruct Zero Business Champion and we look forward to working closely with the CLC and other major industry bodies in the journey to Net Zero.”