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‘Is Sustainability Top of Your Agenda or Your Customers? Let’s debate’

Who is bold and has the foresight…

Post Covid-19, a more conscientious consumer will drive a change in priorities which has implications for the construction industry and MEPH providers.

Consumer pressure will affect B2B (construction and building developers) where they vote with their purchases, as exampled by ESG and carbon reduction. Understanding consumer drivers will become an ever more critical factor for the MEPH market. Are Procurement departments ready and willing to accept market forces’ reality and work with supply chains to improve real reductions in their carbon footprint?

Procurement departments will want to know they are working with a supply chain that understands its importance and makes strides and efforts to improve their relationship with each area, particularly carbon reporting per contract. Hear what we have to say.

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What are the Leadership Requirements for Project Managers in the Construction Sector today?

What are the Leadership Requirements for Project Managers in the Construction Sector today?

Taking the message to Universities, read a talk given by Stephen Redmond, MD of the Redmond Group to second-year undergraduates taking Project Management (MG2130) as distilled by Fintan Clear, Senior Lecturer, Brunel Business School.

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TAKING STEPS TO PROTECT AGAINST THE CYBER THREAT

Redmond Group completes the first stage of Cyber Essentials Plus Certification.

With Cyber Crime costing business £1.44bn p.a. from industrial espionage alone and growing, the construction industry and its supply chains are not impervious to this threat. We’re proud to have taken the first steps to enhance our cyber security with independently audited Cyber Essentials Plus certification.

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MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN OUR CULTURE AND INTERNAL PERFORMANCE

Voula Christou is ‘Head of Internal Operations and Scale-Up Champion’ for the Redmond Group and here Voula talks about how very proud and excited she is to champion the internal drive, for new and proposed processes and improvements, supporting the Redmond Group scale-up. And how Redmond Group have been signed up three years ago to the UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. In particular, is the business’s understanding of the importance of community and shared responsibility.

 

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Setting High Standards for On-Site Safety

Setting high-quality safety standards have always been the foremost drive at the Redmond Group, even before the onset of Covid-19 added to new processes and protocols. It forms one of our three brand pillars; PROFESSIONALISM, COMMITMENT, SAFETY.

Mick McCarthy, HSQE & Research Director, comments, ‘We have always prided ourselves in our health and safety record, quality management methods; it’s in our DNA. Whether that be ISO practices or indeed around specific industry accreditations, It is something we regularly are complimented on by customers. Keeping abreast of regulatory and compliance standards and legislation is part and parcel of running a smooth and efficient operation’.

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Redmond Group SECURES £100K GROWTH Grant

Stephen Redmond MD commented; “We are extremely grateful for the assistance provided by the Hertfordshire Growth Hub. This award will support our innovations to the decarbonisation of buildings heating and ventilation to address the climate challenge of zero carbon emissions. This is particularly important as buildings account for one-third of all emissions across Europe and about eighty percent of existing buildings will still be around in 2050. We hope our efforts will help Hertfordshire become one of the best performing regions on climate improvement initiatives in the UK”.

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