CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Reduced energy consumption
At MMC we are committed to participating in achieving a sustainable future. We aim to make a positive difference by supporting the growth and development of our people and communities. We are also committed to minimising the impact of our business activities on the environment and we work with our clients to provide the best environmental solutions.
We are conscious of our impact on the environment and we are working to reduce unnecessary use of energy to minimize our carbon footprint. As part of our environmental initiatives we have installed energy efficient light bulbs and programmable thermostat to decrease our energy usage.
As a business we are dedicated to deliver positive environmental impact for our clients, suppliers, and communities by assessing supply chains, using sustainable materials, and providing advice on modern methods of construction. Our Managing Director Michael McCarthy is also a founder of The Offsite Group company that provides consultancy services for delivery of off-site solutions which we believe provides many environmental benefits.
At MMC company we promote sustainability and our employees are committed to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) in sustainable construction to provide solutions for our clients and suppliers on how to reduce the industry’s impact on the environment.
We also participate in Bike to Work scheme and encourage active transportation.
We are contributing donations to several charities that are committed to the process of building sustainable communities, which are:
Trócaire - addresses the multiple and often intersecting vulnerabilities that people face in the poorest and most marginalised communities. It supports communities to access, control and protect their local natural resources, in particular land and water.
Avaaz – it is an advocacy organisation defending democracy & human rights.
Oxfam – focuses on poverty, inequality, discrimination and help people to rebuild communities.
Simon Community – provides support and services to people and their families experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Ireland.
Our company also works in partnership with third level education college to provide support and train young adults who are in search for work experience in construction industry.
We comply with the Five Ethical standards as set out by the RICS:
Act with Integrity
Always provide a high level of service
Act in a way that promotes trust in the profession
Treat others with respect
Our ethics policies also cover:
We build and maintain positive and open relationships with our clients by listening to their requirements, giving our time and accept feedback as relationships are integral for the success of the business.
Our employees are encouraged and committed to participate in continuous professional development to maintain and enhance their knowledge, skills and be aware of the changing trends in the industry.
We conduct our business with integrity and treat people fairly and with respect. Employees are encouraged to be open, honest and listen to one another to create a better environment in the workplace.
Our organisation has zero tolerance to slavery and human trafficking, and we are committed to ensuring that our supply chains or any part of our business will not be exploited to modern slavery.
We are committed to ensuring fair and appropriate remuneration for all our employees. All our employees are paid in line with the recommended National Living Wage.