In the dynamic world where contractors mold city skylines, the engineering and construction (E&C) sector faces a formidable challenge – navigating the complex maze of ESG disclosure in construction. Amid the pursuit of sustainable development, construction firms find themselves ensnared in a tapestry of stakeholder concerns and ESG terminology. The noble quest for transparency often falters in the face of inscrutable reports and vague promises.
The construction industry stands at the nexus of power and responsibility. From the corporate boardroom to the bustling construction site, this guide offers a roadmap to seamlessly integrate strategic sustainability planning and disclosure, providing clarity amid the confusion.
A Guide to ESG Disclosure in Construction provides a path to getting started with ESG disclosure in the E&C sector. You’ll learn more about:
ESG through the E&C lens
Materiality assessments as a first step
Defining your ESG programs and KPIs
Selecting ESG disclosure formats for your firm
About the Author
Jennifer Debias leads business development, sales, and marketing at ensogo, working with ESG and EHS professionals to optimize their sustainability strategies with technology. She has more than 15 years in EHS&S leadership experience in global facilities operations, construction, regulatory compliance, and software. Before joining ensogo, Jennifer served as EHS Director for AECOM, Director of Business Development at RegScan, and ESG product specialist at Intelex.