On our path to sustainability, CTCI continues to lead Taiwan's engineering development with its own professionalism and core strengths, committed to reciprocating to the society.
We follow the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) formulated by the United Nations, and identify ""application of green-technology, cultivation of engineering talents, and promotion of sustainable engineering and social care"" as the three pillars behind its vision of"" green engineering construction promotion and improvement of environmental sustainable development.""
The approaches include the participation of public construction, industry-academia cooperation, rewards for academic research and outstanding students, and volunteer service for the disadvantaged. We have also integrated the ""CTCI Education Foundation"" and local communities into an integrated charity network to bring out positive power in society.
CTCI continues to invest in social participation. To review the benefits from the investment, we have adopted the London Benchmark Group (LBG) as our evaluation mechanism. Each category of investment is divided into activity goals and cost. We evaluate the positive benefits generated from the nvestment and measure the impact of social participation to help determine reasonable corporate resource allocation. We review the benefits of the resource input so as to effectively integrate financial and non-financial information, while at the same time meet the expectation of multiple stakeholders and create shared values. In terms of resources investment, CTCI mainly makes cash donations, which accounts for 85.88%, while volunteer investments accounts for about 11.94%. In recent years, public welfare activities are mainly commercial initiatives that combine with CTCI’s core competencies, including engineering projects that use environmentally friendly technologies, industrial development and improvement of CTCI's professional capabilities, talent cultivation and innovative technology, industry-academia cooperation, as well as sustainable engineering and charity, which account for half of the activities executed.