...well, reading the below interview with Willmott Dixons' CEO Rick Willmott it would seem to be the case.
Recently there has been (understandable to my mind) criticism to Donald Trumps decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement. By chance I have recently stumbled upon human kinds continued strain placed on the planet through reading both Yuval Harari's and Bill Bryon's latest books. Both write frankly about what we have been doing since the birth of both the agricultural and industrial revolutions.
Like many within construction, no doubt Willmott Dixon are under pressure to maintain margins given price rises incurred through specialist tier two's and material companies. With this in mind, it would be all too easy for senior management to turn a blind eye to ongoing pressures on green house gases. Well, they are on course to hit their target of reducing emissions by 50% from 2010 and 2020 and I for one applaud them.
Willmott Dixon group chief executive Rick Willmott has called on the construction industry to do more to reduce its carbon emissions. Above: Rick Willmott, greener than thou Rick Willmott is attempting to show industry leadership by promoting green policies within his own company.