Commissioned by HS2 to develop Old Oak Common station in London, this joint venture of Balfour Beatty, Vinci and Systra has established a progressive equality, diversity and inclusion programme based on evaluation, education, engagement and empowerment. It regularly measures outcomes and reports performance. It has trained over 130 senior managers in inclusive leadership and developed practical tips and tools to help them role-model everyday inclusion and challenge bias. It engages the workforce with digital training in behaviour change and support for mental health first aiders. And it empowers through a returner programme for staff with STEM skills and the opening of talent pathways into construction careers