We are extremely proud to share we won the ‘Delivering Net Zero with Digital Innovation’ award at the Digital Construction Awards last night!
This award recognised the work we have done to develop our Eco Driver Programme and reduce our customers carbon emission’s on site, cutting fuel usage by 46%. This pioneering scheme has the potential to help our clients reach their net zero goals.
The blend of telematics data and training has empowered behavioural change among Lynch operators, resulting in tangible commercial benefits, cleaner air, and a more sustainable construction site.
This achievement is a credit to our ‘one team’ approach, seeing different departments across our business working together towards one goal.
A huge congratulations to Emery Roosburg, Andy Vincent, James Barden, Valon Krivenjeva, Sophie Holdrick, all of our HS2 operators and especially our client High Speed 2.
We were also shortlisted for 'Digital Innovation for On-site Productivity' although we didn't win congratulations to the winners.
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