Hannah Crawford Deborah Madden and Kirsten Mullan from Henry Brothers

Leading construction company, Henry Brothers, has been awarded Platinum Status, the highest accolade available, in Business in the Community Northern Ireland’s (BiTC NI) Environmental Benchmarking Survey. Recognising businesses that go above and beyond to reduce their impact on the environment, the survey benchmarks companies that drive change through integrating sustainable practices into corporate strategies. CSR…

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Henry Brothers awarded platinum status

Leading construction company, Henry Brothers, has been awarded Platinum Status, the highest accolade possible, in Business in the Community Northern Ireland’s (BITC NI) CORE Standard for Business. The survey recognises excellence in supporting People, Planet, and Place, celebrating those that go above and beyond to reduce the impact of their operations on the environment and carry…

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Henry Brothers, one of the UK’s leading construction companies and Northern Ireland’s Responsible Business of the Year, has announced its strategy to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The organisation, which is already building a new net carbon zero Nursery and Forest School for Staffordshire University and a £9m sustainable development at Loughborough University,…

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By Kirsty McManus, National Director, Institute of Directors (IoD) Northern Ireland The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has dominated headlines for months, and rightly so, and as thoughts turn to how we will recover, a swell of opinion is building around the notion that this will be boosted by focusing on building a ‘green economy’.…

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