National construction firm, McLaughlin and Harvey (MCLH) is the first organisation in Northern Ireland to have a construction site certified to the Responsible Energy Management (REM) programme.
“The REM programme has helped us better manage how we use energy on our sites. As a result of the REM programme guidelines, we put a process in place that helps us to understand how we are using our energy and where we can improve efficiency,” commented Richard Robinson, Environmental Director with MCLH.
Charlene Jones, Environmental Officer with MCLH highlighted that “Implementing the REM programme on site has also contributed to our score on the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS), something that is very important to our clients who place great value on environmental initiatives.”
“We are pleased that as the first certified construction site, MCLH has benefited first hand from the cost savings and green credentials that the REM programme promises to deliver,” commented Global Trust CEO Peter Marshall. “MCLH has seen the cost savings that can be achieved from effective energy management and the green credentials that an energy recognition programme can deliver as a number of their National retail clients have enthusiastically supported the initiative on their sites.”
All businesses can benefit from the REM programmes green credentials and cost savings. Contact a global trust representative on email@example.com to find out more.