While the term “Sustainability” has evolved and lacks the full meaning when spoken in some circles, it’s not just a buzzword for WorkPacks; it’s a journey that’s taken us from a narrow focus on finances to a broader perspective encompassing the well-being of our planet. In the dynamic world of business and construction, this journey mirrors the overall evolution of this term. It all started with a financial lens separated from any significant environmental impact. However, times are a changin’.
Enter WorkPacks. We’re all about expanding Lean Construction and Advance Work packaging, two different approaches with the same ultimate goal; minimising waste in all forms – materials, transportation, and time. And while the best practices for these two systems are refined over time, optimising the “Advanced” in Advanced Work Packaging is what we do best.
“I feel that AWP as a best practice, as a project execution methodology has a place in driving a level of sustainability into our capital projects and being able to really facilitate this energy transition. So how do we ramp this up for you?”
Eric Crivella: V.P. of Sales – WorkPacks
But sustainability as a concept isn’t what it used to be. It’s expanding, embracing the external environmental expects that were once periphery. Economics and policy are redefining how businesses measure their impact. They’re internalizing those effects – like the impact of a paper mill’s pollution on fishing downstream, or emissions from fossil fuels causing acid rain and impacting local farming yields and air quality to a harmful degree. Solutions abound, from subsidies to taxes and the creation of new markets.
The world’s in a bit of jam, and WorkPacks knows it. We’re at a point where the environmental impacts of businesses are felt on a global scale. The shift from fossil fuels to clean energy is no longer a dream but a necessary reality, and WorkPacks is here to make it happen. Our secret sauce? Enhanced efficiency, the continual development of metrics that give the environment a seat at the financial table, and keeping an eye out for game-changing projects focused on carbon capture and clean energy.
From bringing AWP to the Direct Air capture and Storage industry, to vying for a seat with small nuclear reactors and renewable energy projects, WorkPacks isn’t just content to facilitate higher efficiency on Oil & Gas projects to help curb carbon emissions, but also capture emissions currently in the atmosphere and become a leader in finding the most effective way to build global clean energy capacity – while helping Oil & Gas companies be a part of that transition. Aligning objectives across stakeholders is what WorkPacks was built on, and when it comes to the planet, everyone needs to be a part of the solution.
But what’s our ultimate goal? We’re here to revolutionize the construction industry. We’re not just about building structures; we’re about building a cleaner, greener future. We’re about projects that not only drive the global energy transition but also find innovative ways to store or recycle the waste already created. And we’re thrilled to announce that we’re sharing our journey through a brand-new series of blogs, because we believe that sustainability isn’t just about a business’s bottom line, it’s about the planet’s bottom line – and together, we can make it happen.