Ardmac  is championing responsible business and building healthy communities by joining the UK’s largest and most prestigious responsible business network with a new BITC Membership.

By becoming a member of Business in the Community, Ardmac has committed to being an advocate of responsible business and to be the best it can be in delivering social, environmental and economic sustainability across all areas of their business. This will benefit not only the organisation and its employees, but also its customers, clients and society as a whole.

Ardmac joins 700 other member organisations of all sizes from across the UK and Northern Ireland – including over half the FTSE 100 – working in a wide variety of sectors. Membership of Business in the Community will enable Ardmac to work with other employers both locally and nationally, bringing together their collective strength and acting as a force for good.

Speaking in Manchester, Andrew Winstanley, Managing Director, Ardmac Performance Contracting, said: “We are delighted to become a member of Business in the Community. We have been committed to responsible business in all that we do, this ethos is supported by our Building Better approach. We look forward to working together with Business in the Community to continue to grow and develop as a sustainable business for the future.”

Amanda Mackenzie OBE, chief executive at Business in the Community, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Ardmac into membership of Business in the Community. By joining, they have demonstrated that they are a progressive employer which recognises the mutual dependency of business and society, and how working together can help to bring about lasting change which benefits everyone. I’m excited to see them take their first step on the journey to embracing responsible business and helping to build healthy communities with successful businesses at their heart.”

The BITC membership will support Ardmac’s development of their responsible business approach and new programme Sky Blue.

Pictured L-R : Darren Newlove Hill with Andrew Winstanley, MD, of Ardmac with Gary Fox & Heather Murphy, Business in the Community.

Read more about our Sky Blue CSR approach here