A B Corp certified company is one that’s committed to and continually meets rigorous standards of social and environmental accountability, public transparency, and legal responsibility. ‘B Corp’ is the only certification that measures a company’s entire performance and evaluates how its operations, business model, and profits affect employees, the environment, customers, and the community.
Our B Corp score is 107.4 . We score highest in the environment and worker categories. Being B Corp certified is one of the ways we uphold the highest standards that our founders built our organization on. This is what drives us as we continue to work towards reaching our goal of 135.
We’ve established an impact team tasked with monitoring our B Corp initiatives and finding areas for improvement. Over the next three years, we're focusing on improving diversity and inclusion within our organization, reducing the impact our sites have on the environment, and increasing our social procurement practices.
The Best for the World are B Corps whose scores in one or more of the five impact areas - workers, environment, governance, community, and customers - reach the top 5 per cent of all B Corps worldwide. We've been recognized four times for our efforts in the worker category.
This is how we build
Our values are in everything we do. Inclusive. Collaborative. Innovative. Courageous. We don't just believe these things. We live them everyday.
We're dedicated to providing our employees with the best opportunities, and are an official Living Wage Employer in Alberta.
Inclusive hiring nurtures diverse talent. It attracts women, Indigenous peoples, new Canadians, 2SLGBTQI+ and youth to the construction industry. We’re honoured to work with social enterprises and organizations to offer opportunities for lasting careers.Reducing our impact
We're conscious of the waste the construction industry produces. Our commitment has been to divert a minimum of 80 per cent of waste from each project by recycling as many concrete, wood, paper, plastic, metal, and drywall remnants as possible.Social Procurement
Working together, we can use our supply chains to make purchases and create partnerships that benefit society. We've committed to shift at least five per cent of our addressable spend to social enterprises, diverse-owned businesses, and other impact organziations by 2025.
Today, we have over 317 employee owners. From our project managers to our craftworkers; to our hourly employees to our senior leaders, everyone has a voice because there’s only one class of voting shares. And every day, we all come to work invested in the company’s performance.
Working together to build a better world, our teams speak about how we are contributing.
We continuously innovate by championing collaborative construction - leading to more efficiency, cost savings, and a much better working experience for everyone.