sector is one of the most important sources of both direct and indirect
employment any country can have.
such is the case of Yamaro Construction
Business, a group that has remained conscious of this reality, reason why it supports construction projects that
create new urbanizations and highways.
Armando Lachini, Yamaro Construction Business Director,
is an example of how Italian migration has supported Venezuelan
development. Ever since his first time reaching our shores over 50 years ago,
the construction business in our country has diversified and now boasts of a
portfolio of projects in different sectors, standing out, particularly, when it
comes to tourism thanks to the construction of:
- Eco Inn and Tibana in Caracas.
- Amazonia Hotel in San Fernando de Apure.
- Mary’s Mantle Monument in Lara state, a structure
that honors the Divine Shepherdess, and an important tourist landmark in
concept of sustainable architecture,
which seeks to provide all the necessary facilities that life and labor demand,
providing the people that inhabit their structures with ways to make their daily routines easier and more comfortable,
while at the same time reducing the
impact the buildings have on the environment, such as water treatment
systems that optimize the use of this most valuable resource.
Before 2019, Yamaro Construction Business aims
to finish work on civil structures that include labors of:
down concrete floors
asphaltic material for road
of Venezuela’s history, reason why it has become one of the country’s
leading construction businesses, and will always remain in the country,
fighting to give it a better future.