Writing this letter brings me back to 1971, more precisely the day I graduated from the American University of Beirut, and to the ambition of every young engineer to plant a seed and watch it grow. We have been in business over four decades and we started it based on honesty and integrity. Today, we are a construction company with over 100 employees and 1,000 daily labor force spread all over Lebanon. Our vision for the next five years is to expand our contracting services to other countries; we built a strong name back home and are equipped and ready to penetrate other markets, as we did in Iraq. We are ISO certified since 2007 and recently a member of the United Nations Global Compact initiative.
We are a family business and every employee is part of this family. We value our human capital and recognize that our company’s success is based on our team’s ability to provide consistent quality performance.
We seek to build strategic, long-term relationships with suppliers that are committed to continuous improvement in quality and dedicated to competitively pricing their products and services to us.
We carefully select our clients, just like they select us. With our reputation at stake in every project, we are very selective about the clients we serve and we serve them best.
We care about the environment and the community we live in. We believe that our company has a responsibility to give something good back from the fruits of our success.
As I always tell the people around me, trust is the most important element for a successful company. Leaders nowadays can no longer trust in power; instead, they should rely on the power of trust.
By building trust, I know that we can move closer to realizing our vision.