Achilles rigorous validation, desk and on site auditing and worker interviews enable leading construction companies to achieve unrivalled supply chain transparency and reporting confidence and help build a safer, fairer and more sustainable industry.
Achilles works with the world’s leading construction brands providing support across continents to reduce emissions and wider environmental impact, root out modern slavery, eradicate child labour, support continuous supply chain improvements and ensure supply chain due diligence reporting confidence.
Achilles has many decades of experience working with the world’s leading construction brands to address supply chain risks, reduce carbon emissions and deliver exceptional supply chain transparency.
Prequalified Supplier Network
Access a rigorously validated database of pre-qualified construction industry suppliers meeting local and international ESG and procurement regulations.
Supplier Due Diligence
Rigorous assessment and validation of your supply chain to ensure your suppliers meet your standards and ensure you are compliant with the regulations relevant to your operations.
Effectively measure, manage and reduce your carbon footprint with the world’s only ISO14064-1 Carbon Management Scheme.
Statement of Assurance
Clearly demonstrate your performance against ESG KPIs and Sustainability Performance Targets (SPTs) to lenders and other stakeholder groups.
Achilles operates across 17 locations worldwide to provide the local presence that ensures both deep understanding of local regulations, language and culture and the global scale to enable superior supply chain risk management.
Achilles Network, Global
The Achilles network provides access to a global marketplace of Achilles gold standard validated buyers and suppliers across both Construction and other industry sectors.
Building Confidence, UK
The UK construction gold standard providing certification to Safety Schemes in Procurement (SSIP) and the Common Assessment Standard (CAS).
Startbank, Northern Europe
Launched in 2005 in collaboration with The Norwegian Construction Industry Association to meet the increasingly demanding legislative and risk management needs of construction and facility management clients.