“In building, wellness is the new sustainability.”
Our aim is to construct spaces where people become healthier, better educated, and increase economic mobility in pursuit of a prosperous future of inclusive and sustainable growth, for the Namibian community.
Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure
The COVID-19 pandemic brings the interface between the impact of the built environment and people’s wellbeing into focus. The urgency to adapt faster, support the most vulnerable and embrace deep sustainability is greater than ever. We must act now — together — to save our communities from the climate emergency, biodiversity crisis and escalating environmental degradation.
Our ambition must be deeply rooted in sustainability. We must aim for nothing less than a genuine balance between the economy, society and the environment. This level of commitment will unlock our shared vision for healthy, net zero, resilient, sustainable and equitable built environments in every geography around our country.
With the implementation in mind, and to alleviate mainstream problems in our education system, we had identified lack of classrooms, and in 2016 we began building in most distant places in the regions, accross rivers, in the mountains.
We construct spaces such as hospitals and clinics with the aim to improve the performance of medical facilities and institutions, where people can be served.
Using the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs) as a foundation, our strategy supports our local network to lead and drive transformative change in the built environment across three North Star Goals: Education, Health & Wellbeing, Resources & Circularity.