To be socially and ecologically responsible while also being economically successful. This principle of sustainability is the guideline Braas Monier uses for long-term strategic, as well as day-to-day, decisions and activities. As a company we are aware of our economical, ecological and social responsibility.
We aim to make positive impacts with our products and innovations, our people, our behaviour and our operations. It is not just about complying with legislation, but to do more. Sustainable construction requires consideration of not only the environmental impacts of construction activity but also the social and economic impacts as well. This section provides our customers with information on how Redland manages these impacts today in order that we don't compromise the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Preserving and protecting the environment is a prime objective for Braas Monier. We continuously benchmark the environmental performance of our operations and supply chain processes to reduce the footprint of our activities.
Winners and contenders alike praise the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition
Each year, the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition helps apprentices on their journey to build their future career – by helping them with better business understanding, stronger communication skills and improved confidence. These are just some of the benefits that past winners and finalists of the BMI Apprentice of the Year competition have received and, as entries for the 2019 competition continue to arrive, some of past finalists have been reflecting upon the experience and what it taught them.
BMI National Training Centre flattens Ceiran’s learning curve
The BMI National Training Centre welcomed an old friend, when roofer Ceiran Peel-Price attended one of the centre’s flat roofing courses. Ceiran is no stranger to the BMI National Training Centre – based in Gloucestershire – as he had been a finalist in the pitched roof category of the annual BMI Apprentice of the Year competition in both 2017 and 2018.
BMI’s apprentice competition demonstrates its commitment to roofing’s future
The search is on to find the sectors top apprentices in BMI UK & Ireland’s 2019 Apprentice of the Year competition. The two previous competitions were hailed a great success, unearthing some exciting roofing talent and, with this year’s competition open for entries, BMI looks back on the competition and the great things that have been achieved by past entrants.