Making it real: Putting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals into practice

In line with our target to be carbon neutral by 2025, find out how we’ve mapped our sustainability and corporate social responsibility activities to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Plus: discover what STEM apprenticeships are worth in social value in our latest research supporting the goal for 'decent work for all'.

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Key data

Social value of STEM apprenticeships
£6bn £6bn
increase in female apprentices
144% 144%
social roi of apprenticeships
126% 126%
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How we're supporting the UN's Sustainable Development Goals

Take a look at our infographic which shows what we've achieved as a business against the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

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Why engineers are key to the delivery of sustainable development

 Engineers have a key role to play in the delivery of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, designing reliable and resilient infrastructure for the future as well as for today. 


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Get in touch with our experts

For the Social Value Report and Corporate Social Responsibility speak to Claire Gott and for Future Ready contact David Symons.

Read the report: Evaluation of social return on investment

Our new report, in collaboration with the New Economics Foundation and using the Social Value UK SRoI methodology, measures the social value of our apprenticeship programme.


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Apply for our apprenticeship scheme and join our team

Each year, we look for the brightest and best school- and college-leavers to join our team and work on some of the world's most exciting projects.


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