Our clear environmental policy aligns with industry codes of best practice. Here's how we make it happen:
Aiming for zero waste
We achieve consistently low levels of waste on site. Typically, 95-98% of our site waste is reused or recycled.
No air and water pollution
Our 'good neighbours' approach extends to ensuring the local community is never affected by air or water pollution resulting from one of our sites.
Lowering the impact of our vehicles
Following a review of the environmental impact of our company vehicles, we greatly reduced our fleet and eliminated older, inefficient vans.
Our Contracts Director, Rupert Perkins, who oversees our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, also serves as an ambassador of the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
We've achieved accreditation to both ISO9001 for Quality Management and ISO 14001 for Environmental Management, and we use procedures aligned with BSRIA Soft Landings.
We work with social enterprises wherever possible, including AquAid for our office water cooler. AquAid has used its profits to bring water to over two million of the world's poorest people.
"John Perkins carried out the external refurbishment of B Bond, a listed warehouse requiring sensitive conservation works on an occupied building. They were one hundred percent dedicated to providing value for money whilst minimising disruption to the building users. They are undoubtedly one of the best contractors I have ever worked with."
Bristol City Council