The use of environmentally responsible materials:

To carry out a sustainable construction it is essential to go back to the extraction of the materials, because although it is inevitable not to have an impact on the environment, the aim is to make it as negative as possible. For this reason, recyclable alternatives are being developed on the market, based on plant-based fibres, bioplastics or repairable construction materials, which can replace traditional bricks or concrete.

Sustainable building certificates, seals and labels:

The creation of these has become essential today, because they promote environmentally responsible practices in the construction industry. These mechanisms serve as a guarantee of quality, sustainability and health, from the systems to the use of eco-friendly materials. In addition, they also provide assurance to customers that they are opting for buildings that meet environmental standards.

New production methods

Modular construction and industrialized construction reduce 60% of the waste usually generated by traditional construction processes, while reducing overall costs, deadlines and waste generation. This means not only a benefit for the companies that opt for these alternatives, but also for the environment and the care of their resources.

New technologies

Digitalization is gaining even more strength in the real estate sector in order to help reduce construction times, use of machinery and energy expenditure. Among the most recognizable tools used are 3D printing, building scanning, IoT, BIM modeling, and virtual reality.

Self-consumption systems with renewable energies

These allow users to generate their own energy from clean sources such as solar or wind, helping to reduce the use of non-renewable sources and generating significant economic savings. In addition, these systems also decrease greenhouse gas emissions and climate change mitigation.