The construction industry is a notorious user of resources. Previously, the energy used in constructing and operating buildings in the UK was responsible for half of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. More recently, various buildings and developments have been built with the main focus on reducing greenhouse emissions and helping businesses reduce their carbon footprint to … Continue reading Challenging climate change in the Construction Industry
We’re spreading the word about World Green Building Week that has been taking place from the 24th to 30th September. The construction and demolition sector is the largest generator of waste in the UK. Buildings contribute to climate change, and account for over a third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions – we need to reduce this! … Continue reading Top Tips for a Greener Construction Industry
This year World Green Building Week is being held from the 24th September to the 30th September. World Green Building Week is a worldwide annual event which takes place to motivate and empower people to deliver greener buildings. This year’s focus is on making our homes a greener, healthy and more energy efficient. At CarmichaelUK, we … Continue reading CarmichaelUK is celebrating Green Building Week!
At CarmichaelUK, we do our best to make our candidates working journey as easy as possible. This summer, CarmichaelUK has acquired 5 new fleet vans, all meeting Chapter 8 Specifications and therefore are eligible for use on site. These specifications include: Rear visibility chevrons consisting of red and yellow reflective alternating stripes inclined at 45-60° to … Continue reading CarmichaelUK VANtastic new fleet vehicles!
This week our spotlight is on Sabina, our August Contractor of the Month. Sabina is originally from Italy and came over to the UK looking to fulfil her dream to become a fully qualified Site Engineer. We met up with Sabina to congratulate her on winning our Contractor of the Month and to find out … Continue reading Spotlight on: Sabina, Site Engineer @ Wimbledon