European Union has set itself the objective saving of primary energy of 20% by 2020 and has made this goal one of the five main objectives of the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
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    We apply in our way of understanding projects the use of more efficient equipment, lighting, enclosures... through our different services, looking for financing and the economic cost savings.
    The construction sector, with all the subsectors are involved, is one that generates greater environmental impact. Buildings consume between 20% and 50% of natural resources, contribute greatly to the increase in emissions and pollution, both during the construction process and throughout its useful life once completed.
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    It is also evident the high impact of its location on the territory, around 80% of people living in urban areas, with negative influence on other sectors like transport and energy. Another key issue is the important generation of waste, construction, maintenance and demolition of buildings, with increasing prospects and difficulties for re-use or recycling. DCS Management develops an r & d activity to promote the use of sustainable, recycled or recyclable materials that reduce CO2 emissions, both by the type of material, due to its proximity in transport (which therefore reduces fuel consumption), and in production processes.

    Sustainability loans special dedication to the sensory impact of buildings, both visual and acoustic or nose, looking for suitable sites and increase the comfort of users without emissions, for example the design of buildings with green roofs, with proximity of services to promote the safe transport.

    DCS Management incorporates in its labor policy aspects related to energy efficiency, the use of alternative energy, improving indoor environmental quality, the efficiency of water consumption, the sustainable development of the clearances of the parcel and the selection of efficient materials.
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    We devote efforts in project space of the urban environment and the development of the same, proper management and reuse of natural resources, the conservation of energy, planning and social behavior, behavior habits and changes in the usability of buildings in order to increase its useful life.

    We look at the entire life ccle: from the architectural design of the building and the obtaining of raw materials, until they return to the environment in the form of waste. Sustainable construction has no single object in the creation of habitable spaces, but it also influences the use of them bringing a plus of responsibility in how to create them and use them.