Atria companies create shared advantage through an integrated program of environmental and social actions that generate sustained growth and continuous opportunity for both the company and the communities it serves. Atria is increasingly integrating corporate responsibility initiatives into our daily business practices. As a result, our business solutions are creating environmental, social and governance (ESG) benefits for our company and our communities and better outcomes for our clients.

Shared advantage begins in the occupied space, promoting a culture of health & wellness that improves productivity through innovative space design and healthy lifestyle programming. The concept grows to embody the built environment, increasing operational and resource efficiencies and influencing human behaviours, further enhancing the property’s value. The positive effects of shared advantage extend to the community itself, which becomes engaged in developing policies and practices that incorporate social, environmental, economic, efficient mobility and healthy living considerations. The result is a collaborative model of partnership that’s born in business but which benefits the entire community.


Improve community health and well-being.

We pledge to build strong, equitable and sustainable communities including providing access to healthy environments and promoting public safety, diversity and social justice.

Reduce the impacts of climate change.

We pledge to protect the environment, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ensure human habitats are safe, resilient and sustainable.

Build sustainable & economically thriving communities.

We pledge to raise awareness of green buildings as one the most effective means to achieving a range of global goals, such as addressing climate change, creating sustainable and thriving communities, and driving economic growth.


Sustainable Development Goals In 2015, all 193 Member States of the United Nations adopted a plan to tackle the world’s most pressing social, economic and environmental challenges. This plan includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that apply universally to all nations and seek to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and protect our planet. Businesses will play a key role in achieving the SDGs and Atria is committed to contributing to this effort. We have identified nine SDGs that align with our business.




At Atria, we work towards an environment that supports diversity and inclusion. By creating an environment where each and every individual is valued for who they are, recognized for their contributions and given the chance to grow, we open our business up to new perspectives and opportunities.


Atria is firmly committed to conducting business with the highest integrity and in compliance with the letter and spirit of the law. We are operating in a world where the rules that govern business conduct are more complex and demanding than ever.


We believe that safety is the entry point to building trust with our employees, contractors, clients, visitors and other stakeholders, and we work diligently to maintain a strong culture of safety to ensure a work environment absent of recognized health and safety hazards.


We understand that real estate and particularly offices and commercial buildings are at the centre of many of the important environmental and social issues of our time. In addition to significant energy usage and the resultant CO2 emissions, the built environment also plays a significant role in water, waste, transportation and workforce discussions. As a result, we pay attention to the type, quality and environmental aspects of the buildings we have chosen to deal with.


We require our suppliers to conduct their operations in an environmentally sustainable and socially responsible manner. At the same time, we recognize the opportunity to use our global supply chain to promote sustainable business practices and support local businesses.


High level management will annually:


  • Review the sustainability targets to ensure they are being followed
  • Review responsibilities and procedures relevant to sustainability
  • Set clear objectives and targets, monitor and measure performance and communicate the results
  • Ensure adequate resources are made available to implement the policy.