Henry Brothers recognised with King’s Award for Sustainable Development

L-R: David Henry, Ian Henry, Jim Henry and Julie McKeown, Henry Brothers.

Contractor Henry Brothers has been honoured with a King’s Award for Enterprise for  Sustainable Development. One of only two Northern Irish businesses to be recognised in
the Sustainable Development category in 2024, Henry Brothers was praised for the significant benefits it has generated for the business, the environment and the wider construction sector.

Ian Henry MBE, CR Director at Henry Brothers, said, “This achievement underscores our  ongoing commitment to responsible business, something which is instilled deep within the  culture of our organisation and is very much part of who we are as a company.

“Sustainable practices have been at the heart of Henry Brothers’ operations since its inception, and we make a conscious effort to minimise our environmental impact while maximising positive social and business outcomes. In addition to our ambitious Net-Zero Strategy, our approach to sustainable development encompasses a number of initiatives designed to encourage positive health and wellbeing amongst our staff and enhance community engagement.”

Henry Brothers was acknowledged by judges for its innovation, which has led to the formation of a 27-acre nature reserve at its headquarters in Magherafelt.