Every day we demonstrate our commitment to ISO 14001, reducing our waste, and the delivery of energy efficient buildings to Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM standards.
Our sustainability agenda has never been so strong. From pollution control to responsible sourcing, Higgins Partnerships takes the environmental responsibilities of construction seriously. We work hard to ensure that our policies not only support, but often exceed the regulatory requirements stipulated by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) for sustainability.
Our commitments go beyond our sustainability and environmental responsibilities. We also have policies that ensure your voice and opinions are heard and that we conduct business in a fair and ethical manner.
We are committed to promoting and maintaining the highest level of ethical standards in all our business activities and have a zero tolerance policy towards bribery.
We are committed to delivering the highest quality service possible at all times so we have procedures in place if complaints do arise.
We aim to minimise environmental impact through compliance, innovation, training and environmental management systems.
National air quality objectives influence the measures we undertake to control air pollution on our sites.
We recognise that some of the operations and processes involved in delivering our projects have an adverse impact in relation to noise pollution but we take steps to minimize them as much as possible.
We take precautions to ensure the complete protection of watercourses and ground water against pollution.
We are acknowledged as one of the leading names for quality and value in education and healthcare construction and our commitment is demonstrated through the Higgins Management System.
We spend millions every year and consider the environmental impact of every purchasing decision we make.
We are committed to delivering quality community developments which address the needs of both today’s and future generations.
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