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Mott MacDonald

Mezzanine Level, 22 King William Street, Adelaide 5000

    Service Category:

  • Engineering services
As a leading engineering, management and development consultancy, Mott MacDonald pride themselves in delivering significant carbon and cost savings through better design, delivery and operations of the built environment and infrastructure projects they work on in Adelaide.

Why Mott MacDonald is supporting Carbon Neutral Adelaide

Mott MacDonald is a global, employee-owned, engineering, management and development consultancy. Their purpose is to improve society by considering social outcomes in what they do, focusing on excellence and digital innovation, transforming their clients’ businesses, communities and employee opportunities.

Mott MacDonald's vision is to be a leading global partner in advancing sustained economic, social and environmental wellbeing. The company aims to do this by putting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals at the heart of its business.

Adelaide is a superb place to live and work and Mott MacDondald is proud to lead many of its decarbonisation actions for the Australian business from Adelaide. It's team members are excited to be a founding partner of Carbon Neutral Adelaide, an initiative critical to the future prosperity of our state.

What Mott MacDonald is doing to reduce carbon emissions

Mott MacDonald is committed to initiating, supporting and sharing successes in the transformation to a Carbon Neutral Adelaide and a low carbon economy. The company is working towards this by reducing operational emissions and delivering sustainable outcomes for clients.

Mott MacDonald is committed to achieving net-zero emissions for its global business by 2040. The company's targets (including several near-term targets to support its long-term net-zero ambition) have been validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) in line with the SBTi’s Corporate Net-Zero Standard. Mott MacDonald has joined the Race to Zero through the SBTi’s Business Ambition for 1.5 and has also signed the Pledge to Net Zero.

Mott MacDonald's global carbon footprint has undergone external verification to ISO 14064 since 2019 and the team intends to externally verify the company's footprint to this standard on an annual basis. It has also retained external certification to PAS2080 for carbon management in infrastructure and are one of only a few businesses in the sector to have achieved this globally.

To achieve its climate commitments, Mott MacDonald has developed a group carbon reduction plan which sets out actions to deliver robust, deep carbon abatement, including:

  1. Robustly managing carbon emissions through improved data
  2. Switching to renewable energy supplies and drive energy efficiency across offices
  3. Investigating alternate sources for procurement to ensure a low carbon supply chain
  4. Investigating behavioural change measures supporting carbon reduction and innovation
  5. Investigating low carbon choices and mechanisms to ensure staff can reduce their emissions.

Mott MacDonald is committed to reviewing and amending the Group carbon reduction plan at least every 12 months to align with best practice. Its carbon reduction journey and science-based targets will support the delivery of clients’ targets, for of Scope 3 emission reduction and also in achieving supply chain engagement targets.

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