Having worked with clients from a wide range of sectors, we are privileged to have gained insight into sustainability management in almost every industry. Our extensive portfolio includes companies operating in the following sectors:
Asset Management and Infrastructure Solutions
Infrastructure owners and managers provide the best value level of service in managing the financial, economic, engineering and other practices of an asset.
This sector includes car importers and assemblers.
Financial institutions include commercial and development banking.
Providing the make-up of habitats and structures of any construction.
Manufacturing a basic binding material widely used in the national economy, primarily in the production of concrete, reinforced concrete and mortars.
Focuses on widespread production while maximising the sales of products to consumers.
Combination of multiple business entities operating in entirely different industries under one corporate group, usually involving a parent company and many subsidiaries.
One of the most booming industries in the whole world involving heavy and civil engineering and large projects and construction works that build real estate.
Processing of raw materials used for both heavy and building construction. Materials such as cement, sand and gravel, clay, concrete and marble are used in this industry.
Establishments and institutions that provide instruction and training on a wide range of subjects.
Plays an integral role in building the future of the modern world amidst a number of potential obstacles such as material price volatility, talent shortages and the rapid pace of technological change.
Managing and maintaining facilities including the office complex, physical resources and other mechanical and electrical utilities.
Fertilisers are used in agriculture to improve the yield farmers receive from an acreage of land.
Used mainly for powering homes and businesses with innovative energy solutions that are cost-efficient and environmentally friendly.
The medical industry provides goods and services to treat patients with curative, preventive, rehabilitative and palliative care.
Includes toll expressway operators and build–operate–transfer operator companies.
Lodging, food and drink, event planning, theme parks, transportation, traveling and other fields within the tourism industry.
Risk management in the form of insurance contracts.
Focusing on recreation, entertainment, sports and tourism (REST), related products and services.
Multiple segments comprising film, print, music, internet, advertising, gaming radio and television.
Includes underground, open surface, placer and in-site mining.
Commercial healthcare businesses licensed to research, develop, market and/or distribute drugs.
Comprising residential, commercial, industrial and land.
Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)
Corporations that own and manage a portfolio of real estate properties and mortgages.
Tertiary sector including companies that primarily earn revenue through providing intangible products and services.
The supervision and maintenance of roads and related structures such as bridges and interchanges.
Ensures continuous public health protection and preserves national resources.
Communication companies that advance the information society.
Trading and Manufacturing
Intermediaries between the manufacturers and importers.
One of the largest service industries in the world that is becoming increasingly important in the modern age.
Solid waste life-cycle management including collection, transport, treatment, recycle and disposal.
Safe and timely distribution of water.