Construction Industry - McGrady Clarke


Learn how McGrady Clarke partners with construction organisations to seamlessly integrate sustainable practices into their comprehensive and intricate building processes.

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Impact of Sustainability on Construction

The construction industry’s shift towards sustainability requires a comprehensive change to building practices.

Incorporating energy-efficient designs and sustainable building materials and construction techniques are crucial factors that will assist the industry in reducing its environmental footprint while promoting economic advancement.

Sustainable construction practices address vital challenges such as compliance with regulations and efficient use of resources. The shift towards more sustainable building methods presents an opportunity for construction organisations to cut costs, improve their reputation and contribute to global sustainability goals.

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Industry Insights

Our insight articles highlight the latest trends, innovations and sustainability practices shaping the industry. Through expert analysis we offer a comprehensive look at how organisations are navigating challenges and seizing opportunities in the current economic landscape.


Construction Sustainability Outlook 2024

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Key Insight

20% of the existing building stock to a zero-carbon-ready level by 2030 is an ambitious but necessary milestone toward the Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario.¹

Why do Construction Organisations choose McGrady Clarke?

Construction organisations choose McGrady Clarke for our expertise in lowering energy expenses, navigating environmental regulations and improving sustainability. Our range of services covers regulatory compliance, net zero strategies, carbon accounting and the incorporation of renewable technologies.

These services are aimed at reducing overheads and improving efficiency in construction projects.


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