As a diverse and global company, we want to make a positive difference on a large scale for people, society and the environment. We aim to use our reach and influence to build strong, proactive and transparent relationships with our local stakeholders. We are committed to respecting human rights across our operations and we work closely with our suppliers and other stakeholders to drive improvements in the supply chain.

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$ million invested over the past 5 years in local community initiatives

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people participating in education interactions over the last two years

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Stakeholder engagement events in 2021

Collaboration at CRH

CRH is a truly global business, employing 73,000 people across 29 countries. Through meaningful engagement and collaboration with our stakeholders, we continue to develop and strengthen relationships to take action locally, provide solutions to challenges, and contribute to sustainable economic development.

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Strengthening climate resilience

Our businesses are committed to helping local communities recover from and adapt to environmental incidents. Barriere Construction, part of our...

Strengthening climate resilience

Our businesses are committed to helping local communities recover from and adapt to environmental incidents. Barriere Construction, part of our Americas Materials Division, played a key role in repairing damage caused by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana in 2021.

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Commitment to responsible corporate lobbying

We collaborate with policymakers, governments, investors, researchers and customers, with responsible corporate lobbying underpinning these...

Commitment to responsible corporate lobbying

We collaborate with policymakers, governments, investors, researchers and customers, with responsible corporate lobbying underpinning these interactions. We are committed to being transparent about our climate lobbying, through direct advocacy and indirectly through trade associations. Our Climate Advocacy Review concluded that the positions of our main trade associations are aligned with CRH’s climate positions.

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Collaborating for our communities

In 2021, employees and interns from Callanan Industries, part of our Americas Materials Division, volunteered with the Capital Roots charity by...

Collaborating for our communities

In 2021, employees and interns from Callanan Industries, part of our Americas Materials Division, volunteered with the Capital Roots charity by helping to prepare an 'urban farm'. Capital Roots works to reduce the impact of poor nutrition on public health in New York.

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Educating for the future

We focus on educating the next generation in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects. For example, EQIOM in France, part of our...

Educating for the future

We focus on educating the next generation in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects. For example, EQIOM in France, part of our Europe Materials Division, hosts education events and school visits to its quarries to teach primary school students about aggregates.

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Building resilient communities

Our Americas Materials Division, has a longstanding partnership with Habitat for Humanity. In 2021, employees from Central Pre-Mix, Inland Asphalt...

Building resilient communities

Our Americas Materials Division, has a longstanding partnership with Habitat for Humanity. In 2021, employees from Central Pre-Mix, Inland Asphalt and Interstate Concrete and Asphalt volunteered as part of Habitat for Humanity’s BlitzBuild, to help in the construction of two houses that will become homes for families in need.

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Supporting our communities

In 2021, Leviat, our construction accessories business within the Building Products Division, sponsored a construction-inspired bear sculpture in the...

Supporting our communities

In 2021, Leviat, our construction accessories business within the Building Products Division, sponsored a construction-inspired bear sculpture in the city of Sheffield, UK, to raise funds for a new cancer and leukaemia ward at a local children’s hospital.