ESG Report

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)

ESG 2022-2023 Highlights

Creating a sustainable future is at the heart of what we do, and we are determined to create a legacy of positive contribution for both people and the planet. 

Below you will find a few highlights from our performance.

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    • Baseline performance set and we are outperforming benchmarks for both GHG emissions and energy consumption (EUI)

    • Our Zero Carbon Council plays a key role in Sidara Collaborative signing on to WGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment

  • Social


    • Achieved our Goal of Gender Pay Equity within our global workforce

    1% of net profit donated to charitable organizations through Introba Gives program

  • Governance


    Commitments and Certifications | UN Women’s Empowerment Principals, WGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, ILFI Just LabelMEP 2040 Challenge, regional Best Places to Work and HR awards, and more

    • Anti-Bribery and Corruption Training for all staff attained 95% completion

ESG 2030 Goals & Progress

While we are excelling in some areas, we know that there is still more work to do. Our report sets out purposeful and impactful goals to achieve by 2030, and we look forward to reporting annually on our progress and learnings along the way.

Net Zero


We have a plan to achieve net zero for scope 1 & 2 emissions by 2024.  The plan encompasses a path to include scope 3 by 2030.



Reduction is a top priority for both GHG emissions (scope 1 + 2) and energy consumption 


of our workforce is women

We aim to achieve gender parity


Annual increase in employee engagement

Building from our baseline, and supported by our partnership with Gallup


Annual increase in retention

Building from our baseline


of leadership is made up of under-represented groups

Because representation matters

The new headquarters for the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority


  • MEP

    Carbon Leadership Forum

    Introba proudly supports the Carbon Leadership Forum (CLF) as a signatory member of the MEP 2040 Challenge. To address the impact of the built environment on climate change, systems engineers have a critical role to play in both operational and embodied carbon and need to embrace a whole life carbon approach to MEP design, inclusive of fugitive emissions from refrigerants.

  • impact fund

    Impact Fund

    Introba’s Impact Fund is centered around creating a positive global impact on the built environment. It specifically supports thought leadership and transformational initiatives around sustainability and digital innovation.

  • Vancouver Fire Hall 17 with fire trucks

    Canada’s First Zero-Carbon Fire Hall Opens in Vancouver

    The City of Vancouver officially opened the doors at Fire Hall #17, the first Zero Carbon Building design (ZCB) certified fire hall in Canada and the first ZCB-certified project in British Columbia. Our team provided a wide range of services for this state-of-the-art facility for Vancouver firefighters, including mechanical, electrical, fire protection, lighting design, and communication/security.

Hidden Emissions of the Cloud

Hidden Emissions of the Cloud: Examining Embodied Carbon and Cost Impacts of Data Center Cooling Technologies

Whole Life Carbon Assessment Standard

Second Edition of Whole Life Carbon Assessment Standard Leads the Way for Global Decarbonization

Artistic rendering of the new Lululemon store support centre at 1980 Foley Street, Vancouver


  • Women

    Women Empowerment

    Introba’s Women’s Employee Resource Group and Women’s Empowerment Initiative working with the UN Women’s Empowerment Principles to push progress towards our goals of gender parity by 2030.

  • Team

    Programs & Initiatives

    Our 4 Employee Resource Groups hosted annual events to foster inclusion, encourage education and promote belonging for all within Introba, such as our International Women’s Day and Humans of Introba campaigns.

  • Introba Aboriginal Art by Lani

    Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan

    Our Australian region released their Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan. This Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) aims to strengthen our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous people in Australia.

Introba Gives

The Introba Gives program is a global framework formalizing our commitment and approach to Giving Back. In 2023 we supported over 40 local organizations across our global community, provided employees with 4 paid volunteer hours and began work on three new pro bono projects supporting non-for-profit organizations.

Humans of Introba

Humans of Introba is an ongoing video series created by the Majority Minority ERG, that highlights diverse individuals, shares their experiences and perspectives, creates a platform for our global workforce to listen and truly hear one another, and helps to create connections and find common ground.



  • DIGITAL ADVISORY Informaiton Governance

    Due Diligence

    Introba’s due diligence is conducted at a group level through the Sidara Collaborative. Sidara has procured, set up, and implemented a Group-wide risk-based assessment solution for clients, suppliers, subconsultants, subcontractors and other business partners via a due diligence tool provided by Dow Jones.

  • The Royal Military College of Canada Museum

    JUST 2.0 Label

    We celebrate the transparency and external benchmarking obtained from our renewal of the JUST 2.0 Label in 2023. “Just is a nutrition label for socially just and equitable organizations. As a voluntary disclosure tool for organizations rather than a certification program, it is a transparency platform for organizations to disclose their operations, including how they treat their employees and where they make financial and community investments.” – ILFI Just

  • Next Gen Digital

    Next-Gen Digital Technology for Remote Working, Learning & Managed Services

    In this new Introba report, we examine how the AV industry is changing rapidly. The siloed approaches of the past no longer meet clients’ evolving expectations around being able to monitor and maintain AV systems while considering cybersecurity, scalability, reliability, and flexibility. Instead, there is a growing need and demand for AV software to keep pace with emerging requirements.

Interior of Limberlost Place at George Brown College