“Since the launch of Procore, our ambition has been to improve the lives of all involved in construction and support the people who build our communities.” says Tooey Courtemanche, Founder and CEO of Procore. “With the technologies now available to us, it is no longer just about building, but about building better and leaving a legacy for future generations, which is why we are proud to share our first ESG report.”
The report presents Procore's 3 ESG pillars: environmental management, social impact and responsible business practices.
Building a better world
- Provide our customers with construction management software that helps reduce waste, limit rework and make construction sites safer through better quality control.
- Propose integrations for ESG tools through the Procore App Marketplace to enable customers to measure and understand their sustainability data.
- Train the next generation of construction professionals by providing free Procore access to 97% of construction management programs accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.
- Working with the 107 new Procore partner organizations for the donation of Procore products, and by donating $250 to our scholarship fund for historically black colleges and universities in partnership with the Association of General Contractors of America, in 000.
Responsible governance and business practices
- Implement ESG oversight and management at multiple levels of the company, from the board of directors to the ESG committee to develop ESG initiatives in all our business operations.
- Promote diversity, particularly within the Board of Directors, which has 44% women.
“At Procore, we are committed to promoting sustainable development through our social initiatives and our corporate governance practices”, said Ben Singer, Chief Legal Officer, Corporate Secretary and Executive Sponsor of Procore's ESG Committee. “While we still have a long way to go, this ESG report provides a valuable baseline against which to measure our commitments to continue working towards a more sustainable and responsible future.”