Sustainability Campaign 2023/2024

At J Coffey, we take immense pride in our work’s positive impact on our colleagues, clients and the communities we work within; but we’re equally conscious of our industry’s environmental footprint. From materials to waste, we’re always rethinking how we work with our clients and partners on sites to develop towards a greener future as the norm.

Although the construction industry has made progress in sustainability, we know there’s still lots to do. We are continuing to become a leading contractor in the transformation of how we build, renovate and operate in the built environment.

We embrace the responsibility to drive change in our supply chains, introduce best practices on our sites and offer dynamic solutions to our clients.

We’re excited to share our latest endeavour – a sustainability campaign that’s designed to make a meaningful difference, driven just by a commitment to do what’s right.

Objective: This campaign aims to emphasise to all sites and support departments the significant impact of our small decisions on sustainability.


  • We will be providing over 1,000 hours of focused training during this campaign. Training with Tool Box Talks on sites and using selected resources from the Supply Chain Sustainability school.
  • Creation and promotion of 12 unique case studies during this campaign, focusing on innovation, best practice and human impact.
  • Provide the opportunity for 4 sunflower sites. (Hidden Disabilities – Supporting our colleagues to understand and support those who have a non-visible condition or experience a combination of both visible and non-visible conditions. (Both on our sites and within the communities we work in).

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What the basics are!

Environmental – Key messages:
Small decisions make a real difference.

Social value – Key messages:
We are Increasing our social value footprint within J Coffey and the communities we work in.

Our Environmental goals:

Elevating our sustainability efforts to industry-leading standards.

Enhancing site setups and inspections for greater usability by both colleagues and clients.

Collaborating with suppliers to enhance document control for governance.

Leading innovation with supply chain partnerships (e.g., pioneering Ultra Low Carbon Concrete ‘CEVO’ from Tarmac) while addressing embodied carbon, plastics and modern slavery auditing.

Our Social Goals:

Streamlining our apprentice onboarding process – We fulfil our social value commitments by continuing to engage further with our project teams, enhancing our productivity and to have a continued positive impact on the community.

Watch this space for our new 2024 structural rollout.”

View our Carbon Reduction strategy here

View our 2023 Pledge to Net Zero annual report

Social Value Report


Adrian Clamp

Sustainability & Systems Director