Many people may think that having the power of association between a science such as engineering and other such as sociology and its various branches has poor results or has no sense. However, the reality is that today it is not possible to separate one from the other.
The company’s principles and values instilled to its employees, from the moment they enter the organization, must be premised on ensuring the quality of the work performed and for the environment where it is built.
Regardless of the environment where the person is working, Construcciones Yamaro has taken into consideration as a main value to avoid using substances that can be capable of harming the nature, flora and fauna in the environment surrounding any of its works. All this means that the company has reinvented itself in its market, becoming a pioneer of the Venezuelan construction, while positioned as an example to follow for competition and other companies, regardless of the market in which they unfold.
Construcciones Yamaro works incessantly every day under these parameters, to the point that within its management -it can be during one, three, six and twelve months- many direct or indirectly competing companies have joined the initiative to construct large buildings, but with the least possible chances or risk of pollution. Currently, there are some studies conducted to demonstrate which the market is, how often they change their methodology and analysis are performed to discover what kind of materials -anticorrosive, minerals, and tools- should be used to avoid any negative changes in the ecosystem.
Corporate Environmental Responsibility always favors improving the place where we live and where the companies operate by reducing environmental costs and the costs of the company: the proper use of natural resources, it also reduces costs of energy, water, raw materials, waste, etc. This is a really serious topic for the company, so it is important to remember that Construcciones Yamaro guarantees the best quality in its works, while minimizing all risks of environmental degradation.