We welcome people from all walks of life.
No matter your age, culture, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, nationality, ethnicity, race, size, mental or physical status, veteran status, religion, language, political opinion, socio-economic status, or education, if you're passionate about what you do, there's a place for you at CanMar. CanMar is committed to Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (ED&I), adopting a Policy and Strategy focusing on key outcomes:
The construction industry encompasses many distinct roles, from skilled trades to project management functions. To identify opportunities for growth and advancement, the first step for many workers is to simply develop a clear picture of where they fit in the field today and what they want to strive for next Our people are at the heart of everything we do. From our employees to clients, subcontractors, partners, and our considerable network of contacts, building strong, resilient relationships is the key to our success. We want our employees to have the confidence to express and apply their unique innovations and expertise. We also believe in partnering collaboratively with our clients so together we can innovate beyond the boundaries traditionally associated with construction.
Sustainability is woven into everything we do.
Success to us means investing in our collective futures. From the materials we choose to our production methods and intelligent use of design and technology, we're aiming for net zero emissions by 2050 in everything we build We continue to maintain a strong focus on making tactical adjustments to cut our GHG output in the near term. These are examples of some of the initiatives we have put into place:
Type of Targets
CanMar has chosen to set intensity-based targets. An intensity-based target is relative to economic output, for instance, tonnes of CO2 per million dollars of revenue. We are in a dynamic business environment where the composition of our business fluctuates year-to-year and intensity-based targets will enable us to provide consistent, comparable, and meaningful reporting.