As ENKA, we are acting with the awareness of the importance of comfortable use of all buildings by people with disabilities, and accordingly we realize our designs in this direction in all projects we undertake. We continue our awareness-raising activities for all our stakeholders to show the same care. Wishing
ENKA contributes directly to the social and economic development of local communities through local employment practices in the countries in which it operates. This contribution may be through direct employment or it may be the result of the indirect employment opportunities that ENKA creates with its extensive supply chain and
ENKA, which is currently undertaking the marine works of the Nassau Cruise Port Project at Prince George Wharf in the Bahamas, has successfully transported sea turtles in the area to safe locations. Additionally, trees taken under protection within the scope of Environmental impact assessment (EIA) were moved to another location
In our countries of operation, we are not limiting our contribution to local economies and welfare of local communities with only local employment practices; but we are broadening our local procurement efforts by prioritizing local companies that fulfill the technical standards we require. The local procurement activities we carried out
This year we are joining to fight against climate crisis with more than 20 buildings. You can take part in Earth Hour Event by switching off your lights between 20:30 – 21:30 on Saturday, March 27th.
In recent years, ENKA has begun to undertake activities to transform older buildings to meet modern requirements and transform them into more environmentally-sensitive new buildings. ENKA aims to use its very high level of expertise, science and technology in its investments to minimise adverse impacts on humans and nature. ENKA’s