The foundation of Colaska companies' ongoing success and development lies in preserving the trust of our customers, employees, shareholders and other third parties. Our flexible, decentralized organization enables each and every one of our employees to exercise the autonomy required by our respective corporate responsibilities in accordance with the distinct characteristics of each location.
Each employee should show initiative and be motivated by a desire to win, to commit and to succeed.
Each individual is fully accountable for his or her decisions and actions.
Relations within the Group are based on trust, which is the cornerstone of autonomy, frankness and authenticity. It is for each person to establish and develop his or her trustworthiness.
Respect is the basic rule of behavior that guides every employee in all of his or her actions: respect for oneself and respect for other employees, customers, third parties, the trade unions, society at large, the Group’s principles, laws and regulations, the environment, fairness and ethics in the broadest sense.
Setting an example
Each day, every employee is expected to give the best of themselves, to strive constantly for quality and to demonstrate the highest level of professionalism.
Through continual self-questioning and by maintaining a humble attitude, each employee is always able to advance.
A leader in the construction and maintenance of transport infrastructure, urban development and recreational facilities, Colaska aims to improve the quality of life, facilitates the movement of people and goods and contributes to economic development, thus helping to meet the essential needs and aspirations in the communities we serve. This contribution must be responsible, addressing the concerns and contradictions of present day societies: in particular, social cohesion, environmental protection and climate change. Awareness of these changes, the implementation of measures to tackle the issues, and the Group’s long-standing commitment to exemplary corporate citizenship are grouped under the concept of “responsible development”, deemed to be a more appropriate term for the corporate world than “sustainable development”.
Colaska has undertaken to make its facilities as environmentally-friendly as possible and to develop an ongoing dialogue with local residents. Our group believes that dialogue is essential to understanding the needs of local communities, explaining exactly what Colaska does, constructively working toward mutual understanding and satisfaction and preventing crisis situations.