On October 2 a team from Estel Ingeniería y Obras had the pleasure of participating as a sponsor during the conference APDay: Building a more Sustainable Humanity, organised in the Balearic capital by the Association for Management Progress. The meeting highlighted the most human part of our organisation, as well as our firm and unstoppable commitment to the environment. This is a goal we set back in the beginning, and we have reinforced it over time by creating sustainable business models and guidelines set by our CEO Toni Ballester guarantee our actions.

The event took place at the Palacio de Congresos in Palma and revolved around a series of presentations on the environment and various contributions talking about the importance of the human factor for the environment. The presentations mainly discussed the current context and the effects of our actions. Special emphasis was put on the mark the latest environmental and technological changes have made on our everyday life and how they have affected our way of living, relating to each other, working and interacting with our surroundings. They also highlighted the need to keep track of human values in order to keep advancing and thriving as a society.

Our team of experts working with the execution of integral installation projects also had its own stand during the event where they gave information about the basis of Estel’s environmental responsibility and the main services we offer. Among them are:

  • Cogeneration services and their high energy efficiency, as a key to economising, saving energy, reducing greenhouse gases and GHG emissions.
  • Electricity and telecommunication services, adapted to each project and made up of systems for electricity, multimedia, lighting, networking, sound, renewable energy and energy-saving solutions.
  • Air-conditioning and mechanical services, with the latest technological components and custom-made actions aimed at optimising spending, reducing consumption and achieving environmentally responsible management.

APD is short for the Association for Management Progress. It is an independent, non-profit organisation that focuses on managers and the challenges they face. Its intention is to build a united and prepared community with true awareness of the trends that are transforming the world. The organisation has more than 3,500 partner companies, among them Estel Ingeniería y Obras, and more than 50,000 managers who participate in the various meetings they organise annually (courses, conferences, congresses, training…). Apart from offering this all over Spain, it also has international centres is countries such as Portugal, Morocco, Colombia, Peru and Ecuador.

Estel participating in this seminar organised by APD shows how our team of managers, engineers and technicians continuously commit themselves to help preserve the planet in both an individual and a collective manner. All this for the benefit of its inhabitants, as well as the environment.