A long-term responsibility

We have a responsibility for the business we run, what it produces and how it affects people and the environment around us.

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Sustainability at the core

In the EU, buildings are responsible for 36% of greenhouse gas emissions, and approximately 75% of the building stock is not energy efficient today (source). Our role in the green transition is to support our customers to succeed with our expertise. Stronger together towards a more sustainable future.

At both of our companies, Assemblin and Caverion, we have set ambitious sustainability targets. We focus on reducing our own carbon footprint, making a positive impact through our business, ensuring a responsible supply chain, and caring for employee wellbeing and work safety.

About Assemblin: Sustainability is about assuming responsibility

Assemblin’s business operation is based on a sustainable business model in which value creation for people and the environment is a precondition for positive development over time. Assemblin’s objective is to run a profitable, healthy business with respect for the world around us, and that we shall manage our own and other’s resources efficiently.

Assemblin’s material sustainability aspects are:

  • Carbon emissions
  • Health and safety
  • Responsible procurement
  • Smart and sustainable installation solutions
  • Sound business ethics

Read more about sustainability at Assemblin

Workers busy at the site.
Workers in protective gear collaborate amidst the sounds of construction, laying foundations and building structures with care.

About Caverion: Increasing a positive carbon handprint

Caverion is committed to making a difference in sustainability together with our customers in line with their strategy and purpose: enabling performance and people’s wellbeing in smart and sustainable built environments.

Caverion’s key focus areas in sustainability are:
  • Decreasing our carbon footprint
  • Increasing our carbon handprint
  • Caring for our people
  • Ensuring sustainable value chain

Caverion targets a positive carbon handprint five times greater than their carbon footprint (Scope 1-2) by 2025 and 10 times greater by 2030.

Read more about sustainability at Caverion