Projects
We are building a better future through sustainable buildings. Will you join our mission?

Madreselva (Burjassot, Valencia)

Edificio Tomás Bretón (Arganzuela, Madrid)

Designing and constructing sustainable buildings that reduce their impact on the environment and promote a healthier lifestyle for their inhabitants is essential to transform the current city model and aspire to a not-so-distant future where 7 out of 10 people will live in cities.

Sustainable buildings are designed to minimize energy and natural resource consumption, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and promote the health and well-being of the people who inhabit them. These buildings use sustainable materials and innovative technologies in their construction to achieve a balance between energy efficiency, comfort, and indoor air quality.

The benefits of sustainable buildings are numerous. On the one hand, they reduce operating and maintenance costs, resulting in economic savings for owners and users. On the other hand, they promote a healthier lifestyle by using materials and technologies that improve indoor air quality and reduce exposure to pollutants.

Furthermore, sustainable buildings contribute to mitigating climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This is achieved through the use of renewable energies such as solar energy or aerothermy, and by implementing sustainable practices in the construction and maintenance of the building.

Industrialized construction is a system that is increasingly being used in the construction of sustainable buildings. This new construction model involves manufacturing the structural elements of the building in a factory, under controlled conditions and using sustainable materials, and then transporting them to the construction site for assembly.

Industrialized construction has multiple sustainability benefits. On the one hand, it reduces construction time and on-site waste, resulting in a decrease in environmental impact and greater efficiency in resource use. On the other hand, it allows the use of high-quality sustainable materials and innovative technologies that may be challenging to implement in traditional on-site construction.

Industrialized construction also enables process standardization and the quality of structural elements, ensuring greater energy efficiency and lower greenhouse gas emissions. In summary, industrialized construction is a valuable tool for achieving sustainable buildings and contributing to environmental protection and the promotion of a healthier lifestyle.