We build a better future by growing our own talent, employing local expertise, and creating a culture of diversity, inclusivity, and sustainability. We’re committed to supporting every community in which we work. In doing so, we can ensure we continually improve the image of construction – beyond our hoarding and leave a positive lasting legacy.
Over the years, we have delivered and supported a number of initiatives across the London Boroughs. From providing the Metropolitan Police with vehicles for their ‘Exchanging Places’ programme to teaching primary school children about how to stay safe around construction sites – It’s all part of our calendar of events that sees McGee actively contributing to the communities within which we work, engaging with local people and businesses.
We GIVE BACK. One of the greatest rewards of our success is that we are able to support many worthy causes. Over the years, we have shown support for numerous charities – local and national, big and small.
Our employees are not afraid to challenge themselves to achieve incredible things. We have had runners in the British 10K, a team of cyclists in the London to Brighton challenge, and a team of over 20 employees bravely abseiled the ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower (the UK’s tallest sculpture!) at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
We’re also pretty well known for getting our pink high-vis on and even turning our iconic yellow trucks pink every October to support Breast Cancer Now’s annual “wear it pink” campaign.
We support and NURTURE the next generation. An example of this is our long standing relationship with Dallaglio RugbyWorks where we work with them to deliver employability days for their young people. Giving young people in our community a head start is the right way to securing the future of our industry.
To date, we’ve also employed over 100 local people on our sites with a wide-ranging skillset spanning engineers, foreman and planners.
As award-winning CONSIDERATE CONSTRUCTORS, we take immense pride in improving the image of construction.
We actively contribute to the communities in which we work, from delivering in-house elite Traffic Marshal training to taking pride in the appearance of our sites, both internally and externally.
We champion new initiatives in conjunction with local stakeholders such as supporting the City of London’s air quality campaigns and trialing the latest digital signage for Transport for London to assist partially sighted people orientate around our works safely. All our sites are registered with the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) and on average our sites receive a CCS Score of 44/50 – which is an award-winning performance!