Mirvac – their projects and supply chains
Mirvac and sustainability
Recognising the contribution Mirvac makes to Australia’s major cities, their purpose, Reimagine Urban Life, inspires Mirvac to question how and why they do things. With a strong focus on customers, Mirvac tries to redefine the landscape and create more sustainable, connected and vibrant urban environments, leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come.
Mirvac and their future supply chain
In 2014, Mirvac’s sustainability strategy, This Changes Everything, took flight. Their targets were ambitious, and they’re proud of their achievements so far. They’re on their way to be net positive by 2030, and their construction team recycles 95% of all waste. They’ve built their first ‘House with No Bills’ and released their first Reconciliation Action Plan.
Mirvac is committed to driving sustainability, not only in their actions but also through the reach of their supply chain. This year, they continue the conversation on sustainable supply chains through their second Annual Supplier Report. They have also launched their first Toolkit of resources to help others on their sustainability journey.
You can find out more about Mirvac’s sustainability objectives, policies and performance by discovering This Changes Everything, their sustainability strategy, here.
Your role in Mirvac’s supply chains
Mirvac has partnered with the Supply Chain Sustainability School to provide free sustainability learning resources for staff, key contractors, suppliers and partners, so that not just every project – but every part of the supply chain – can be more sustainable.
There are four key steps that Mirvac would like you to get across. After all, everyone plays a part in creating successful, sustainable projects:
An introduction to Human Rights and Modern Slavery e-learning module
An introduction to Sustainable Procurement e-learning module
Mirvac discusses community
Circular Economy in action – the construction approach