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BAM Nuttall energy insights

Sarah Jolliffe, Energy Manager for BAM Nuttall, will be speaking at M&CCE Expo on the afternoon of Tuesday 9 June. Sarah will give an insight into BAM Nuttall’s strategy for ‘building the present, creating the future’, the company’s commitment to sustainability and what that represents in practical terms.

Sarah is responsible for managing BAM Nuttall’s interests around energy and climate change. She joined the company in 2008, moving into an environmental role in 2011.

Sarah is motivated by the sense of purpose her roles brings, not just in the business but in wider society. “Climate change is a massive issue for all humanity, and I feel like I’m making a difference by working in this profession and for a large international business.”  She is dedicated to keeping up with new technology to improve how BAM Nuttall works, and was instrumental in transforming how the company manages sustainability data. Sarah is also involved in empowering young people to pursue careers in STEM. She carries out talks and workshops using K’nex to engage audiences in a memorable way.

Established for more than 150 years, BAM Nuttall delivers exceptional engineering, construction and investment services across private and public sector projects, in the UK and abroad. Projects range from road, rail and airports, to marine, tunnelling, and energy schemes.

“We’re driven by a desire to make a difference to communities, the environment and people’s lives. Our goal is to build sustainable infrastructure that helps economic growth and allows us be kind to our planet – today and in the future.”

BAM Nuttall, part of the Royal BAM Group of civil engineers, employs over 3,000 people across 100 projects, including sub-contractors and joint ventures, working on 5 to 20-year frameworks. The group is one of Europe’s largest contractors, employing 20,000 people globally, with an annual turnover of £7 billion.

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