We are proud of our Gold EcoVadis Medal for sustainability.


Here’s Fortis Vision’s sustainability roadmap in brief:


Ensure all operatives and representatives of Fortis Vision embody the strong sustainable culture.


Indicators of a positive sustainability culture include:

  • Considerate Constructor Scheme Scores.
  • Number of environmental toolbox talks delivered.

Continuation / Progression:
Committed to providing Site Environmental Awareness Training (SEATS) for all Site Managers and employees of Fortis Vision.


Supply Chain And Design and Construction Management:

Ensure all the supply chain understand the sustainable strategy, feed into this within each aspect (design and delivery) and aim to reduce their impact on the environment.


Indicators of a positive sustainability culture include:

  • Reduced construction waste going to landfill
  • Host Supply chain review meeting focused on sustainability
  • Increased use of recycled materials used and designed into a project


Continuation / Progression:

Track, record and evaluate all waste and recycled materials within each project and challenge the supply chain through Supply Chain Review process to progress, reduce and deliver on the suitable strategy.

Waste Management and Environment:

Ensure all construction sites aim for a reduction in waste and hit our dedicated sustainable waste targets.

Indicators of a positive sustainability culture include:

  • Collaborative waste management system with our waste companies.
  • Waste segregation and data collection at each site to ensure all data is tracked and recorded


Continuation / Progression:

  • Year on year reduction in waste going to landfill
  • Increased use of recycled materials with a construction project
  • Ensure a zero rate of prosecutions / enforcement notices from the Environment Agency
  • Promote positive waste recycling and case studies from past projects


“Development which meets the needs of current generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”.

(Brundtland, 1987)