Troup Bywaters + Anders LLP’s latest ESG Report brings together all of their activities and impacts over the past year (2022-2023) as a socially responsible and ethical partnership.
The report captures progress through their three pillars of ‘Growing people’, ‘Sustainability at Heart’ and ‘Achieving Quality & Consistency’, as they work towards net zero carbon and wider sustainability goals.
TB+A have recently been awarded the ‘Investors in People Platinum: Large Employer of the Year’ for their work on developing the skills for tomorrow through apprenticeships, training & development and initiatives to embed sustainability into the curriculum for a wide range of industry sector apprenticeships.
"TB+A's inclusion in the UKBCSD network is welcomed. Their ESG Report showcases a year of substantial progress towards net zero goals, underpinned by their commitment to nurturing talent, sustainability, and excellence. TB+A is setting the standard for future-focused, ethical partnerships. As we welcome them, we look forward to a shared path towards a sustainable, more responsible future for growth." - Jason Longhurst, Chair of UKBCSD
As a foreword in the report, Jill Nicholls, Head of Construction & the Built Environment, Transport and Logistics at Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education commented:
“TB+A were the obvious choice of partner for the Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education (IfATE) following the recommendation in our construction route review that sustainability should be compulsory content in apprenticeship and technical education products going forward in the construction & built environment route.
Their knowledge and experience of this agenda is obvious, evidenced by performance but almost understated in that they just do it, no fuss, it’s just business as usual. Therefore in only a matter of weeks, we had developed the sustainability knowledge, skills and behaviours to be used in the development and revision of all apprenticeship standards in the route. However thanks to TB+A’s bigger picture thinking, we developed two sets, one for construction & the built environment and one for all sectors. These now appear on our website and in only 8 months, we have already revised 40% of our apprenticeship standards to incorporate them.
And in even more exciting news, they are deemed as such a strong foundation, that they have been used to update our sustainability framework to strengthen our desire to support employers in reaching carbon zero goals, with apprentices leading the way and being the future sustainability leaders of their organisations.”
Read the full report at: https://www.tbanda.com/about-us/esg/