Building sustainably
for a greener future

As a construction company, Coteccons understands that our operations have a significant impact on the environment. That’s why we are committed to undertaking measures to reduce our environmental footprint through our Environmental Policy, which covers:

Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using energy-efficient materials, equipment, and practices
Use sustainable building materials and designs that reduce the carbon footprint
Minimize waste by implementing recycling and waste reduction programs
Protect and preserve natural resources by implementing sustainable water management practices
Adopt renewable energy sources like solar to power construction sites and buildings

Our commitment to environmental sustainability is an integral part of our business model, and we continuously improve our performance to contribute to a greener future for all. 

See Coteccons’ Environmental Policy details HERE

Coteccons GREEN

Green initiatives and Eco-friendly Solutions to minimize our impacts on the Earth. We set the goal to raise awareness of the role of construction in climate change in Vietnam and take action for our responsibility to resolve the issues involved in achieving a greener operation.


Coteccons Marathon, with the theme “Green Up”, aims to promote a healthy lifestyle through a joyful, sporty, energetic, and green marathon. The event is not only a race to win the championship but also an opportunity to promote a sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. With the theme “Green Up”, the Coteccons Binh Duong Half Marathon 2023 will make use of recycled and environmentally friendly materials. Moreover, for every 5km that athletes complete, Coteccons will plant one more tree in Vietnam’s journey towards a greener environment.


Coteccons introduces the internal activity DREAM UP, which takes place alongside the COTECCONS GREEN UP MARATHON event to help employees develop running habits and raise funds for poor children in the Binh Thanh district. Every kilometer of running recorded will pay the corresponding amount to the charity fund campaign for children—”DREAM UP” for those who became orphans after the COVID-19 pandemic. The program officially begins on June 10, 2022 and ends on July 31, 2022. “DREAM UP program is a playground for both health training and sending messages and values ​​of love. Proving that, working at Coteccons must be FUN, HEALTHY and HUMANE, because we believe that every step is an extended hope for unfortunate unfinished dreams.” – shared Mr. Pham Quan Luc – Deputy General Director of Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company. The Dream Up 2022 internal marathon has officially recorded a distance of 20,000 km and the participation of more than 200 Coteccons-Unicons athletes. In particular, Mr. Tran Phan Nhan from COTECCONS’ finance and accounting department contributed a record journey of up to 752 km. On August 31, 2022, the Executive Board of Coteccons & Unicons Trade Union participated in the “Mid-Autumn Festival” program held for children affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic organized by the Center for Public Social Work in Ho Chi Minh City Union and Binh Thanh District Labor Confederation. The representatives of the Executive Committee of the Trade Union awarded 11 DREAM UP scholarships, hoping that the small gift would help the children have

PICK AND GIVE THE MOON TO THE VILLAGE – The journey of bringing love of the Coteccons to Ham Can On September 8, 2022, the bus to the village brings a memorable full-moon night for more than 450 children in Ham Can – a remote district of Binh Thuan province. The program welcomes the participation of representatives of the Board of Directors, employees of Coteccons – Unicons (a group member) and especially the Site Manager Board of Nova World Phan Thiet – Binh Thuan. On the side of local leaders, there were the presence of the Secretary of the Party Committee of Ham Can Commune, the Youth Union of Binh Thuan Provincial Police and representatives of the Departments, Unions, teachers and more than 450 children from schools. primary school in the commune. Ham Can commune is part of the Ham Thuan Nam district and is home to 90% Raclay people. The commune has 1200 households, 4,200 people, 720 children are of school age, 260 children are poor and near-poor families, 20 are orphans and disabled. The living condition in the locality is still miserable. Many children do not know about the Mid-Autumn Festival and the lantern procession. With the support of Nova World Phan Thiet – Binh Thuan Project Manager Board and local departments, Coteccons came up with the idea of ​​”PICK AND GIVE THE MOON TO THE VILLAGE ” to bring a meaningful and full Mid-Autumn Festival to the children. Before the program, Coteccons-Unicons volunteers prepared many gifts

On August 6, a 2,000-person race in Quang Binh used old scaffolding, recycled materials for awards and running clothes, and planted trees for every 5 kilometers participants finished. The Coteccons Quang Binh Marathon 2022 breathes new life into the green construction industry. It recycles 4,000 pieces of old scaffolding from the construction site to create a welcoming gate, banner, and stage. According to the organizers’ spokesman, this idea derives from a desire to develop a green running marathon that minimizes environmental damage while providing a fresh experience for competitors. Created from 400 kg of recycled materials (straws, milk cartons, plastic cups/caps…) gathered and fabricated utilizing sophisticated technology by Coteccons and Plastic People, the event medals also offer a green message. Mr. Bolat Duisenov, Coteccons Chairman, personally introduced this medal model to 2,000 competitors and stated that it is a rare item in each person’s running achievement. Faslink’s shirt is comprised of recycled materials from plastic bottles and shells and is manufactured in factories that fulfill GRS worldwide recycling standards to assure 100% environmental friendliness. Prioritizing recyclable materials and recycling outdated scaffolding is simply one of many strategies to propagate the marathon’s green lifestyle. The B&T wind farm was likewise chosen as the starting point. The path, which passes through 60 turbine towers, also educates runners about the importance of clean, sustainable energy. These 60 towers can provide around 60% of the electricity usage for the entire Quang Binh province and save approximately 581,000 tons of CO2 each year. In

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