Manjit Jus, Managing Director, Global Head of ESG Research, S&P Global said:
“We congratulate CIMIC on inclusion in The Sustainability Yearbook 2022. Over 7,000 companies were assessed, and this distinction highlights dedication to sustainable business practices.”
CIMIC Group creates value through disciplined business and project management. Embedding sustainability into our decision making enables us to grow revenue, reduce costs, mitigate risk and deliver projects with the future of the environment and our communities in mind.
Some of our ESG highlights from 2021 included CPB Contractors’ M80 Upgrade project joining the Engagement for Plastic-Free Innovation Change program, and Leighton Asia’s Columbarium and Garden of Remembrance project achieving the Hong Kong Green Building Council’s highest award.
Our UGL Renewables team supported delivery of the ground-breaking 300MW/450MWh Victorian Big Battery Project.
Sedgman was awarded a contract to improve environmental performance in the design and construction of a tailings dewatering facility at the Byerwen Mine.
Pacific Partnerships, with CPB Contractors and Ventia1, was awarded the North East Link PPP which will create jobs for local people and, when complete, alleviate congestion on local roads – improving the connectivity of Melbourne’s growing communities.
EIC Activities continues its partnership with Smart Pavements Australia Research Collaboration to advance transport pavement innovations.
Did you know?
CIMIC is a member of the Dow Jones SustainabilityTM Australia Index and FTSE4Good Index.
CIMIC was previously listed in The Sustainability Yearbook 2021.
1. CIMIC’s 47% investment partnership