Being a responsible business

We are committed to running a responsible and ethical business. This means behaving with integrity towards all our stakeholders and being aware of the impact we have on the communities we work in.

Responsible business

Our Total Commitments

Our Total Commitments
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Protecting people

Keeping people safe - subcontractors, suppliers and the general public who have any contact with our projects.

Developing people

Ensuring that our employees have the correct skills and abilities to meet future market demands and emerging technologies.

Improving the environment

Reducing the environmental impact of our operations, carbon emissions and waste.

Working together with our supply chain

Engaging and educating our suppliers on responsible business practices, while ensuring quality, cost competitiveness and responsible sourcing.

Enhancing communities

Ensuring that the communities in which we work benefit both economically and socially.

Our performance

Protecting people
Total number of RIDDOR accidents
81
68 in 2014
Developing people
Average number of training days per employee
3.4
2.2 in 2014
Improving the environment
Total waste diverted from landfill
90%
86% in 2014
Working together with our supply chain
% of total spend covered by group wide agreements
71
72 in 2014
Enhancing communities
Number of projects using LM3 local multiplier tool
38
14 in 2014

Our stories

Our stories

23.03.2017

Construction sector leaders meet talent of the future

Representatives from 30 building contractors across the Liverpool City Region a...

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16.03.2017

Super six shortlisted for WICE Awards

Congratulations to six of our female employees who have all been shortlisted fo...

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16.03.2017

Morgan Sindall welcomes student builders for a tour of Kings Lynn Police Station site

Construction students and lecturers from the College of West Anglia (CWA) have ...

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21.03.2017

Morgan Lovell deliver a collaborative HQ for The Alan Turing Institute

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24.02.2017

Superdrug unveils state-of-the-art new headquarters

500 employees have completed their move into a new collaborative office environ...

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23.02.2017

Morgan Lovell boosts parent group results

Leading office interior design, fit out and refurbishment specialist Morgan Lov...

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20.03.2017

UCEM shortlisted for Sustainable Project of the Year Award

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15.03.2017

Acivico takes giant step towards independence with new HQ

Overbury deliver a new Birmingham HQ for facilities management firm, Acivico.&n...

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15.03.2017

Overbury Q&A: What is fit out?

We take you through the differences between Cat A and Cat B fit outs....

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23.03.2017

Lovell shows Enfield students that construction offers jobs for the girls

That was the message from Lovell to students from St Anne’s Catholic High Schoo...

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23.03.2017

Cardiff-based Lovell quantity surveyor shortlisted for Women in Construction and Engineering awards

Catherine Evans, who works for Cardiff-based partnership housing developer Love...

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22.03.2017

Minister meets young people ‘Getting into Construction’ at landmark Cardiff urban regeneration scheme

Lovell, Tirion Group and Cadwyn Housing Association are partnering with the you...

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Get in touch

Graham Edgell Director of Sustainability and Procurement

sustainability@morgansindall.com

0117 403 0870

Our stakeholders

Understanding the views of our clients, supply chain partners and employees as well as others, from the Government to local community groups, is of fundamental importance to our success.