Corporate and Social Responsibility

People are at the heart of BCM Construction. Whether it’s our workforce, customers, passengers or the communities we work in, we strive to be a more considerate business and leave a lasting legacy.

Committed to making a difference to communities where we work and to engage and inspire the next generation, we have:

  • Turned cable drums into tables and donated them to various schools
  • Supported STEM events at schools and colleges
  • Set up collection points for staff to make donations supporting local food banks
  • Taken part in the London to Brighton and London to Paris rides raising money for several charities including British Heart Foundation and Great Ormond Street Hospital
  • Carried out much-needed maintenance works, repainted village halls and replanted flower beds at various locations
  • Installed a new dog walking pathway at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home
  • Volunteered at the Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust at Witley Common helping protect more than six native reptile species
  • Volunteered at several National Trust locations

With our innovative CSR initiatives recognised by both the communities we work in and our customers, we are extremely proud of the feedback we have received:

“The tables are fantastic! If ever you have any more tables needing a home we’ve plenty of room here!  The kids have been using them at break times to play games on and then eat from at lunchtime.” Andy Marsh-Ballard – Headteacher, Priestly Primary School

“I asked the children in assembly yesterday what they thought about you coming in to tell them how the tables were made. They all agreed that it was interesting and informative (their words)….I think it was hugely beneficial also for the children to hear that big companies do good things for the local communities and are engaged in educating children about what they do.” Sam Churchill – Headteacher, Hilmarton Primary School

“We really can’t thank BCM enough – they have said yes to everything we have asked for help with!” Sue Wallis – FPC Trustee, Bells Yews Green Village Hall

“The transformation of cable drums into tables and benches through “upcycling” and their donation to local schools is a great example of the positive social and environmental outcomes The Greater West Programme and its supply chain can deliver.” Emmanuel Deschamps – Environment Manager, The Greater West Programme

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