Corporate Social Responsibility has always been an important part of our work at Ardmore
We take pride in the quality of our construction projects and the way in which we carry out works.
Our commitment to programmes such as the Considerate Constructors Scheme demonstrates the importance we place on minimising the impact of construction on communities and the environment.
Through our corporate social responsibility strategy, we aim to make our organisation, our projects and the communities in which we work better places.Download our CSR policy
Ardmore has long been at the forefront of delivering high quality sustainable projects in the UK. We recognise the challenge of reducing our carbon emissions and the important role that construction has to play.
Together with our supply chain partners, we are committed to improving the sustainability performance of all our projects.
Download our environmental policy
We have an outstanding health and safety record that reflects the importance safety plays in every aspect of our day-to-day operations.
We prioritise health and safety in all our work because we are committed to providing healthy working environments for our staff and dedicated to ensuring that everyone who works on our sites returns home safely at the end of each day.
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We have an award winning apprenticeship programme, and we actively support the Construction Ambassador program – training 28 ambassadors in the last year – establishing partnerships with several local colleges to offer tailored apprenticeship and our pre-apprenticeship programmes. Since starting our apprentice programme in 2011, we have recruited and trained 60 apprentices.
As a founder member of the Women into Construction campaign we have worked tirelessly to promote the construction industry to women of all backgrounds and of all ages across London, and we have supported 23 women through work experience placements and 20 into employment in the last year.
Our employment and skills team establish links between the project and local community interest groups, councils, and schools and colleges. These relationships give us the opportunity to engage with a substantial cross-section of the community: from primary school students, through those seeking employment within the construction industry, the long and short-term unemployed, or national political figures.
Ardmore’s Tayna Farrell was confirmed as one of the top site managers in London after being presented with a prestigious…Fri 17th Nov 2017
Residents at the new Parkside development were urged to count more than just the sunny hours as Lewisham Councillor Amanda…Mon 18th Sep 2017
We’re not big on acceptance speeches – the greatest satisfaction we take is in providing a consistently high level of construction for our clients and the communities we serve – but here are some of the awards that have come our way recently…See all awards