Sustainability – ESG

Sustainability model

Sustainability trends

Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning improvements

Efficient use of lighting

Reduction of energy consumption

Waste treatment and disposal (water and materials)

Infrastructure improvement

Real-time data to identify and monitor opportunities

New generations seek to work in companies with high social and environmental commitments

Waste revaluation

Renewable energy

Emissions reduction

Green construction (suppliers as well)

Construction management systems

Sustainable Development Goals and 2030 Agenda

Our planet is facing enormous economic, social and environmental challenges. In order to fight them, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have defined global priorities and aspirations for 2030. They represent an unprecedented opportunity to eliminate extreme poverty and put the world on a sustainable path. Governments around the world have agreed to these goals. Now is the time for business to act.

Our focus on priority SDGs allows our company to align our efforts to contribute directly and indirectly to the SDGs. As part of the materiality analysis, all our stakeholders were asked to identify those goals of the agenda in which the company could have a greater opportunity and impact, also focusing our strategy to meet these global goals. Five priority SDGs were defined for our business in the short term:

SDG 3: Health and well-being

SDG 4: Quality education

SDG 5: Gender equality

SDG 7: Clean and affordable energy

SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure


Materiality matrix

In the blue box, we can identify the issues that were most relevant in terms of business impact and stakeholder influence, and should be the issues that we manage in our strategy and sustainability plan vision 2021-2025.