May 24, 2024

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Aboitiz Construction receives ISO recertifications in quality, environment, and safety standards

RECERTIFIED. In line with its Great Transformation and continuous efforts to improve processes, Aboitiz Construction was recertified by Bureau Veritas in quality management system, environmental management system, and occupational health and safety management system. In the photo (from left): Aboitiz Construction Integrated Management System (IMS) Specialist Jean Ayaton, IMS Senior Specialist Rossini Marasigan, AVP for Business Transformation Karmine Andrea Ching, IMS Manager Kim Allan Miranda, COO Ramez Sidhom, Executive Director Antonio Peñalver, Bureau Veritas Certification Manager Eduardo Fuentebella Jr., Business Development (BD) Specialist Marlon Palisoc, and BD Manager Renz Adrian Dungo.

Following extensive auditing and inspection, on Thursday, February 2, Bureau Veritas awarded Aboitiz Construction recertifications in quality management system, environmental management system, and occupational health and safety management system.

“These certifications reflect our commitment to pursuing execution excellence in our construction operations across all our project sites in the country. We are continuously maintaining high standards in our processes as we aim to become a premier and global provider of construction and maintenance services,” said Aboitiz Construction Director, President, and Chairman Anton Perdices.

Receiving three recertifications by Bureau Veritas, a recognized world leader in testing and inspection services, is a testament to Aboitiz Construction’s continuous efforts to deliver quality services to its clients and stakeholders, while ensuring environmental and occupational health and safety standards.

The technical recertifications are as follows: the ISO 9001:2015 (Quality Management System), which is the international standard that demonstrates the ability of an organization to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements; ISO 14001:2015 (Environmental Management System), which is the management systems standard that responds to latest trends in identifying and managing environmental risks and impact; and 45001:2018 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System), which is the management systems standard for sound occupational health and safety performance.

As Aboitiz Construction strengthens its portfolio in infrastructure, heavy and light industries, and maintenance services categories, the construction firm remains steadfast in transforming the business by continuously upskilling its team members, leveraging technological innovations, and exploring partnerships with other potential clients.