Environmental clerk of works: Emerging green role needs industry support to thrive

Demand for environmental clerks of works has been steadily growing as a way of ensuring projects comply with green rules, but the industry can do more to promote this new-found skill set

Steve Jackson-Matthews
Coordinated support, investment and commitment needed to grow the environmental clerk of works role – Steve Jackson-Matthews, LUC

It’s not the sexiest of job titles. It doesn’t roll off the tongue and it’s a nightmare to fit on your business card, but “environmental clerk of works” (ECoW) is increasingly appearing on CVs across the country.

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