Revive Construction Group Join Changing Streams

Revive Construction Group are pleased to announce that we have become a member of the Changing Streams initiative.

Revive Construction Group bring together more than 50 years of collective experience for providing full construction, civils and groundworks services. We provide project solutions for both private and public sector organisations across the United Kingdom. We apply the highest industry standards to all of our projects, and we strive to provide complete client satisfaction in every circumstance. We also have a commitment towards training new team members who can not only deliver our services, but who also demonstrate our core values at all times.

Amongst our beliefs is the desire to significantly reduce the usage of plastic for both packaging and raw materials within the construction sector. We cannot ignore the ongoing climate crisis, with continuous action required to make the world safer, both for our generation and those to come. Therefore, we wish to work with like-minded companies on establishing initiatives towards creating a more environmentally-friendly construction industry.

That is why we have made the decision to join Changing Streams as a member. Changing Streams in partnership with the University of Liverpool have the primary goal of influencing positive change, resulting in healthier business practices. They have brought together leading professionals who are experts on the subject matter, and they are actively supporting organisations across the world with guidance on how they could make a difference.

Their first area of focus is the construction trade, of which we are a part. Construction is a major sector for the UK’s economy, and it can set the blueprint for other industries to follow. This can come by establishing alternatives to plastic when it comes to materials used within business trading, thus changing how business is conducted for the better. We want to be at the forefront of this evolution, which is why we are going to be working with the team at  Changing Streams so that we can operate in a manner that positively impacts the world around us.

Aidan Parr, managing director at Revive Construction Group, commented: “This is the first step for us to create a sustainable future for the construction sector and for all of us. We are looking forward to collaborating with Changing Streams, and we are excited about what we may learn and achieve together for the betterment of our sector, if not our world.”

More information can be found about Changing Streams by visiting their website at


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