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Annual review 2022

In collaboration with Balfour Beatty, 11 volunteers contributed their time and skills over two weeks to help construct Nyabihunyira Trailbridge in Rwanda.

Vanessa Bianchi, group sustainability programme manager

Vanessa Bianchi

Serious about corporate social responsibility

A broad range of initiatives in 2022 saw us build on the work of previous years that included forging and strengthening strategic relationships with community organisations to support societal improvement.

Colleagues volunteered their knowledge, skills and time to help people in our communities, worldwide. Across the Group, 13,000 hours were dedicated to local communities through corporate social responsibility (CSR) projects.

A team helped construct a 78m suspended pedestrian bridge across the fast-flowing and dangerous Rubyiro River in Rwanda, making necessary daily journeys safer and easier. Our Singapore office provided health and social care support to hundreds of migrant workers.

CSR activities in 2022 had a strong skills and employment emphasis. In Melbourne, Australia, our people helped refugees and asylum-seekers with their academic and career goals. In the US state of North Carolina, Mott MacDonald volunteers helped deliver an initiative to get young people excited about engineering: They worked with middle-school students from diverse backgrounds to explain the benefits of making sustainability central to the engineering design process.

In London a volunteer programme to mentor refugees helped unemployed and underemployed refugees to find work, by matching their skills and experience to job opportunities, and coaching to write effective job applications and perform strongly in interviews. Colleagues also worked on an initiative to increase the number of young black men employed in the infrastructure and construction sectors, as part of a project run by the Greater London Authority.

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Annual review 2022

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