Sustainability at Kiewit

We are building for North America’s future. We conduct our business in a way that sustains the natural environment, the prosperity of our employees and communities, and our economic growth.

The foundation for sustainability at ýhas always been our Core Values – People, Integrity, Excellence and Stewardship. They guide how we operate responsibly and engage with our employees, clients, business partners and communities.

Sustainability is engrained in the way we do business and how we develop and continuously improve our efforts to ensure the safety, wellbeing and development of our people; build a diverse workforce and strong supply chain; act as stewards of the environment; share time and resources in meaningful ways in the communities where we work; and more.

We are proud to partner with our clients to deliver the energy and infrastructure projects that our communities need to be more resilient and sustainable. We are focused on the long term and ensuring each generation of ýemployees does its part to leave our company and everywhere we work a better place for those who come after us.

Environmental Pillar - Green icon of two leaves


Be responsible stewards of the environment and pursue
opportunities to operate our business more sustainably

Green Line

Material Topics

  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Greenhouse Gases & Energy Consumption


Social Pillar - Orange icon of two human silhouettes


Ensure the safety,
wellbeing and success of our workforce, business partners
and communities

Orange line

Material Topics

  • Health & Safety
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Talent Development
  • Community Engagement


Governance Pillar - blue icon featuring a gear


Conduct our operations responsibly and with integrity to build a stronger organization for future generations of ýemployees

Blue line

Material Topics

  • Corporate Governance
  • Supply Chain



Sustainability Report

Kiewit’s Sustainability Report highlights important efforts that help drive how we operate as a responsible, sustainable business. The report includes updates on progress we’ve made and where we are headed.

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