Construction’s Carbon Conundrum

July 12, 2023

Look closely at the workings of a construction company’s supply chain and you’ll likely find in abundance potential new resource efficiencies, carbon reductions and other sustainability gains waiting to be captured.

Johnny Clemmons, Global Vice President, Industry Head, and former Chief Engineer, at SAP America, shares how supply chains are full of untapped sustainability potential.

From the feature:

“Construction companies are being pressured from virtually every angle—customers, regulators, employees, shareholders, business partners and the communities in which they operate—to behave more sustainably. So finding new ways to move the needle in terms of carbon reduction, resource stewardship and operational efficiency is a must. That includes obvious targets like building design and materials choice, as well as less obvious ones that reside within a company’s supply chain.”

Read more from Constructive Executive here. 

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