Care for Planet
At Century 3, when we talk about our commitment to sustainability, we are talking about building green and being green; about delivering excellent service to our clients and reducing the environmental impact of our operations by carefully managing our energy consumption and non-renewable disposals - in our offices and on project sites. We use both LEED and lean practices in our project planning and construction and reduce carbon footprint such as by using more fuel-efficient vehicles for transportation. We employ strict office energy saving protocols, along with bringing awareness to our employees through training and reward systems in order to promote eco-friendly concept within our company. We effectively reduce waste by recycling electrical appliances and promoting paperless working environment, using recycled paper and double-sided printing. As a company, we know the impacts of global warming and we believe in the impact we can all have by being sustainable not only locally but globally.
Care for People
Century 3 uses fair and ethical business practices for our employees. We believe profit sharing with our employees and communities is not only a viable business practice but also a promotion in innovation and efficiencies. This is why we have earned employee loyalty and trusted business relationships with our associates. As a construction company, we do not just believe in construction development of buildings and facilities, we believe in constructing inclusive, pro-active, and resilient societies. This is why we foster social innovation through partnerships with social organizations, corporate volunteering, fundraising, donations and much more. We have established a team to organize the donation of used laptops to children in rural China and developed PC learning programs by voluntary teaching and book donations. This provides the school children with the skills they need to compete and succeed in future life. Century 3 also supports children in worse living conditions for their education from primary school to higher education.