Engaging with local stakeholders is a critical component of our efforts to contribute to improving the quality of life in the communities around our operations ‐ to learn from their experiences, as well as share our own; to consider stakeholders' input as part of our decision-making processes; and to keep local stakeholders involved in planning and managing our efforts.
Each community that we are a part of has its own unique needs and concerns, which is why CRH operates local Community Advisory Panels (CAPs) (or Citizens' and Liaison Committees) at its various locations throughout Canada. These organizations consist of representatives of the local community, including residents, public officials, industry and other stakeholders, and representatives of the local CRH operation. Meetings are held regularly throughout the year, and provide a forum to engage in meaningful discussion, collaboration and information sharing.
For more information related to a specific Community Advisory Panel (CAP) CRH operates in Canada, please click any of the links below: