Business Awards

Saint-Gobain North America has announced that it has been recognized with three Stevie® Awards in the 21st annual American Business Awards®. Specifically, the company was honored with two silver Stevies in the categories of Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility and Achievement in Environment, Social, and Governance, and a bronze Stevie in the category of Achievement in Human Resources.

The American Business Awards are the United State’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the United States are eligible to submit nominations, public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.

“To be recognized by the American Business Awards is an incredible honor that highlights the fantastic work our team at Saint-Gobain North America is doing every single day to make a difference for our employees and the communities we serve,” said Magda Dexter, senior vice president for human resources and communications at Saint-Gobain North America. “Congratulations to our philanthropy, ESG, and human resource teams for your Stevie awards and a sincere thank you for your outstanding work to live up to our purpose of Making the World a Better Home.”

The awards presented to Saint-Gobain North America include:

  • Silver Stevie Award for Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility: Saint-Gobain North America was recognized for its Sustaining Futures, Raising Communities philanthropy program, which focused on creating and transforming educational spaces in Georgia, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Through the program, the company donated $250,000 of its building products and materials solutions to twelve schools, transforming educational spaces and ensuring classrooms are well-equipped, comfortable, and sustainable environments.
  • Silver Stevie Award for Achievement in Environment, Social, and Governance: Saint-Gobain North America has been recognized for its commitment to sustainability and its work to reduce waste and increase the circularity of raw materials in its production processes. Over the last year, the company has undertaken several ambitious projects to advance its goal to achieve a net zero carbon footprint by 2050, including equipment upgrades to make its Montreal gypsum plant the first zero-carbon manufacturing site for wallboard in North America.
  • Bronze Stevie Award for Achievement in Human Resources: Saint-Gobain North America has been recognized for its work to reinvigorate its Employee Value Proposition, a strategic initiative to better position the company as a place for personal and professional growth. This was accomplished through an extensive discovery process and resulted in the implementation of a Trust, Empowerment and Collaboration Recognition Program and several new benefits such as offering hybrid and flexible work schedules, childcare resources, and a robust parental leave policy.