GCP Applied Technologies, a leading global provider of construction products technologies, is pleased to present its 2020 Vision for a Sustainable Future.

“All of us at GCP are committed to environmental and social stewardship, and we are pleased to share our vision for a sustainable future,” said GCP Applied Technologies CEO Randy Dearth. “As a leading manufacturer of construction technology products, we have a responsibility to make the building process more sustainable. This mission is driving us to develop and deliver products that help our customers reduce their carbon footprint, decrease waste, and improve the durability of the structures they create. In addition to the societal and environmental reasons to do so, there is profound financial value to placing sustainability at the center of how we work.”

From new homes to major infrastructure projects, construction has a significant impact on our environment. GCP’s 2020 Vision for a Sustainable Future highlights three core sections:

Products: GCP product development, using technology and chemistry to develop solutions to reduce waste and increase efficiency

People: GCP employees who are working to build better communities across the globe

Processes: GCP’s efforts to reduce the environmental impact of its manufacturing plants

“To be successful, sustainability must be infused into all that we do,” said Karen Ethier, GCP Applied Technologies Vice President of Environment, Health, Safety, and Quality. “GCP’s sustainability goals are to operate our business in a way that is conscious of protecting the environment and to continue to innovate in ways that support sustainable construction. We look forward to sharing these positive outcomes.”

About GCP

GCP Applied Technologies is a leading global provider of construction products technologies that include additives for cement and concrete, the VERIFI® in-transit concrete management system, high-performance waterproofing products, and specialty systems. GCP products have been used to build some of the world’s most renowned structures. Visit GCP for information.


Joseph DeCristofaro