ENGLEWOOD – Saunders Construction, Inc. recently published its eighth consecutive Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report for 2017. This report stands as a testament to Saunders’ continued investment in aligning its economic, environmental and social goals, reaffirming the organization’s commitment to the betterment of standards within the industry and the footprint they leave behind.
Saunders’ 2017 CSR Report highlights the company’s advancement in the industry, and its reliance on their CSR initiatives to ensure sustainable growth in work program and corporate identity. Saunders recognizes that investing in its people, focusing on safety, improving business processes and reducing environmental impact adds tremendous value in the industry and community.
“It’s our responsibility to you, our communities and ourselves to operate safely, sustainability and transparently as we deliver our vision of building what matters,” said Greg Schmidt, Saunders president and CEO. “This report is part of that responsibility and it showcases how we develop and apply our skills to ensure we’re doing our part.”
In 2017, Saunders employees clocked more than 7,000 training hours and worked over one million man hours with no lost time incidents, all while turning over the company’s largest work program to date — $662 million. Additionally, Saunders was awarded a Best for Colorado designation as an outcome of its high B Corporation Impact Assessment score corporately.
Click here to read the 2017 CSR Report.