Coteccons launches the “OUR HOME” project – home is where there is love, a community project to bring a new look to public works or houses of disadvantaged households by utilizing paint stores from construction sites and completed Coteccons projects.
At Coteccons, we believe that a successful business is one that builds a better world. Not only through modern buildings, iconic architecture and skyscrapers, Coteccons is committed to creating a better future through small actions, starting from the simplest of buildings. That conviction inspired the “OUR HOME” idea. By utilizing existing paint sources that have expired or been used, “OUR HOME” not only beautifies the old buildings but is also an environmentally friendly solution, minimizing harm to the environment.
“OUR HOME” is not about a house or any specific building, but it is an imprint of sharing, connecting and joining hands for the community, where Coteccons brings goodwill and interest together to paint the bright colors of hope on the works. And we believe that home is where there is love.
In September 2022, the “OUR HOME” project was launched in Tien Giang province with the support of APACHE-Tien Giang Project Manager Board. The program has brought a bright new look to more than five houses in the area.
“OUR HOME” project is also launched in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City at Thanh Da Apartment, Lot D with more than 30 households that have received paint and implemented renovation for their apartments. Especially in the public areas, the main stairway of the apartment block D, the bright new color is put on the old stone and brick walls, along with the words “OUR HOME”, bringing a vitality to life for the residential area, especially the children’s common play area here.
MY HOUSE project is implemented at Thanh Da – Binh Thanh apartment complex (HCMC) so that children in the dormitory can welcome the Mid-Autumn Festival.
“We are very pleased that the Company has supported very high quality paint cans. With the company’s help, the residents of Lot D were able to put on new, clean, and more spacious clothes on their houses to welcome a happy and meaningful Mid-Autumn Festival. Once again, many thanks to Coteccon. ” – shared Ms. Nguyen Anh Dao, leader of group 43, Lot D, Thanh Da residence, on behalf of the people in the dormitory.
The “OUR HOME” initiative will be expanded on a broad scale in the near future, particularly in the North and Central regions. The effort is anticipated to refurbish approximately 100 structures, providing a brighter area for locals to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
The “OUR HOME” project is part of the IMPACTD sustainable development program, which aims to accomplish Coteccons’ purpose of creating long-term value while acting responsibly in the community, society, and environment. Coteccons will endeavor to provide various GREEN and meaningful activities to each locality where the project is executed, thereby contributing to the improvement of local people’s quality of life.