ESG roadmap for property and construction

“Sustainable designs cost less in the long run, even for their maintenance and operational costs, they can also be used as a tool to cultivate an optimised culture – be it for an infrastructure like a railway, highway or a township, workplace or home,’’ said Gamuda Engineering Sdn Bhd managing director Justin Chin.(File picture)

EFFECTIVE programmes and roadmaps for environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects in the property and construction industry are important.

But efforts undertaken by just a few companies are not enough, all the companies along the supply chain must play their part.

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