Sustainability is at the heart of what we do.
The biggest positive impact we can have is by working together with you to achieve sustainable outcomes for people and planet.
Motivated by our purpose to make everyday better and our values-driven culture, we deliver transformational solutions and are rising to the challenges and opportunities of sustainability alongside our clients and communities.
Whether it's through delivering climate adaptation and resilience solutions to the Pacific, designing Green buildings in Singapore, or planning for sustainable urban growth in Australia and New Zealand - we are passionate about the big picture, and delivering the social, environmental and economic outcomes needed for a safer, better tomorrow.
As we progress on our sustainability journey, the initial priority focus areas we are working to are: 'decarbonising our economy and supporting the urgent need to address climate change', and 'adaptation and resilience for communities', to make our cities and settlements safer and more resilient.
These priorities are in alignment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals 11 - 'Sustainable Cities and Communities' and 13 - 'Climate Action'.
We hold ourselves accountable through our sustainability footprint – by maximising positive outcomes for our people and communities and reducing environmental harm associated with our business operations.
And in our work together with our clients, we retain our focus on our handprint – to enhance positive environmental and social outcomes by developing new, smarter ways of doing things.
Contact us, and we’ll take the time to understand your situation, and discuss the sustainable solutions you need to make everyday better.
Reconciliation Action Plan
The RAP provides a framework to help us realise our vision for reconciliation, and provide a practical plan of action built on relationships, respect and opportunities which create social change and economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.
Our sustainability strategy
Our latest thinking
Circular economy: no time to stroll