Sustainability means building for today and tomorrow without depleting future resources. Clyde Companies seeks to balance the economic, social and environmental impacts of construction today with the understanding that such work will have an effect on the future.
We believe the construction and building industry can achieve sustainable development. Enhancing economic prosperity begins by allowing employees, management, stakeholders and the community to experience economic prosperity. Environmental awareness includes a proactive effort of lowering emissions and other environmental impacts related to each company’s ongoing operations. The Clyde Companies emphasis on social responsibility entails providing employees with qualities of life that support healthy work conditions.
Clyde Companies has a commitment to its employees and to the community. That commitment is to protect the environment, facilitate employee health and safety, encourage responsible business practices and cultivate community partnerships.
Train our People
Clyde Companies provides various training and educational seminars for employees on topics that encourage sustainability, including: recycling, reducing energy consumption and eliminating unnecessary waste.
Green Offices and Activities
We maintain sustainability standards for our offices and jobsites, including a Construction Waste Management plan and a Construction Activity Pollution Prevention plan.
Reduce and Recycle Construction Waste
Since 1954, we have diverted tens of millions of tons of construction waste from landfills. We are also proud to have recycled thousands of gallons of oil.
Offer Recycled Materials to our Customers
Our companies offer recycled material options to our customers, including recycled concrete, asphalt and a number of recycled building materials.
Minimize Distribution of Vehicular Pollution
Clyde Companies maintains strict idling and driving standards for all company vehicles and operational machinery, helping us eliminate unnecessary pollutants from our communities.