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  • 2024/02
    Taiwan: Guardian of Sustainable Earth: CTCI Keeps Top 1% Status in S&P Global’s Sustainability Yearbook Ranking
    TAIPEI, February 15, 2024- CTCI Corp., the leading engineering, procurement, and construction firm in Taiwan and among the world’s top 100 services provider, announced today that it is honored to remain the top 1% performer in S&P Global’s Sustainability Yearbook annual ranking for the construction and engineering category in year 2024. As the only construction and engineering company with such ranking performance, CTCI received a score of 86 out of 100 in S&P Global’s Corporate Sustainability Assessment, yet again the highest score among its industry peers.

    The Sustainability Yearbook ranking is based on S&P Global’s Corporate Sustainability Assessment that looked at companies’ ESG performance during the previous year, and is one of the most prominent assessments on corporate sustainability. Out of the 9,400 companies across 62 industries globally that have been assessed in 2023, only 759 companies were selected for the Sustainability Yearbook.

    Below are the highlights of CTCI’s performance in environmental (E), social (S), and governance (G) aspects.

    Governance (G): In 2023, CTCI Group’s new contracts totaled 111.8 billion NTD. Backlog and revenue broke new record, reaching 346.9 billion and 103.5 billion NTD, respectively. With targets to reach net zero emissions at its headquarters and offices by 2030 and at all fabrication sites by 2050, CTCI is aggressively pushing for sustainability management across its supply chain through the Supplier Net Zero Alliance, as well as encouraging emissions reduction across the engineering and construction industry by holding the annual Taiwan Sustainable Engineering Symposium.

    Environmental (E): Through Green Engineering projects that balance the needs of the environment and the economy, CTCI helps clients across the world save energy and reduce their carbon emissions. As an effort of its “green commitment,” CTCI’s emissions reduction target has been assessed and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). According to the target to keep temperature rise within 1.5°C, CTCI aims to cut 45% of its emissions by 2030 and reach net zero by 2050, against its emissions baseline in 2022. By 2030, CTCI aims to reach no net loss (NLL) in terms of biodiversity protection and zero deforestation across its operation sites. By 2050, CTCI aims to reach net positive impact (NPI) across its operation sites and NLL across its value chain in terms of biodiversity protection, as well as zero deforestation across its value chain. As a supporter of sustainability-related initiatives, CTCI is one of the early adopters of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD).

    Social (S): CTCI has long been committed to social care and sustainability education. Externally, CTCI exerts its social influence through the CTCI Education Foundation, whose work encompasses sustainability education, social care, helping charity organizations, encouraging green consumption, arranging volunteer programs, supporting the local community, and paying attention to ecological issues. Internally, CTCI is committed to a workplace that adheres to the diversity, equity, and inclusion principles. The diverse cultural events and the company benefits policy ensure all employees can work and grow hassle-free.

    Notably, the CTCI Education Foundation was admitted to the UNFCCC process as an observer organization in 2022. As the 11th non-governmental organization in Taiwan to be admitted, it has joined the UN climate change conference (COP28) in 2023, which took place in Dubai, to share with the world what CTCI and Taiwan has done to make the world more sustainable.

    As a company that adheres to the “Most Reliable” brand spirit and is determined to act as a “Guardian of Sustainable Earth”— which is its own ESG vision— CTCI will strive to bring a better tomorrow for the globe.

  • 2024/02
    Taiwan: CTCI’s New Milestone on ESG: TSMC Southern Taiwan Science Park Water Reclamation Plant Certified as Environmental Education Center
    TAIPEI, February 5, 2024- The TSMC Southern Taiwan Science Park Water Reclamation Plant is the world’s first facility to successfully regenerate industrial wastewater and reuse it in the semiconductor process. Officially operating since September 2022, the water reclamation plant has recently been certified as an environmental education center, offering free environmental education courses to the public. CTCI welcomes schools and group visitors to make reservations at www.stsprwp.com.tw.

    CTCI was commissioned by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to design, build, own, and operate the plant for the next 20 years, providing clean water for TSMC’s chip-making business. Located in Tainan, the current capacity of the plant is 20,000 tons of water per day, effectively saving up to 30% of the municipal water usage at TSMC's Southern Taiwan Science Park plant. In the future, the water supply is expected to reach 67,000 tons, providing reclaimed water as a stable source of water withdrawal, thereby achieving sustainability goals.

    The water reclamation plant has hosted over 40 educational tour sessions, welcoming more than 1,200 visitors. In order to promote knowledge about reclaimed water resources, an environmental education center has been established on the premises. Aligned with CTCI’s core concept of “green engineering,” the educational program encompasses five major aspects: “water resource utilization,” “wastewater reclamation techniques,” “corporate social responsibility,” “green engineering,” and “circular economy”. The current lesson package includes age-specific curriculum for elementary school students and a plant tour designed for students majoring in water resources and related groups. Moving forward, new sessions and themed activities will be gradually developed each year to further enhance the educational experience.

    For over 40 years, CTCI has been deeply involved in the field of water resources, providing services in wastewater recycling and reuse for industrial and urban sewage, as well as the recycling of wastewater from high-tech industries. With outstanding engineering services, CTCI has become a crucial partner for various global clients. In addition to the TSMC Southern Taiwan Science Park Water Reclamation Plant, other notable CTCI projects include the Fengshan River Reclaimed Water Plant and the Kaohsiung Linhai Wastewater Treatment Plant. While providing a stable source of recycled water for industrial use, CTCI actively promotes the concept of water resources recycling to the public through environmental education, earning repeated acclaim from various sectors. In the future, CTCI will continue to provide engineering services with the “most reliable” quality and strive to achieve ESG goals as the guardian of a sustainable Earth.

  • 2023/12
    Taiwan: CTCI Wins Public Construction Golden Quality Award, Excellence Level, for Aiding Taiwan’s Energy Transition
    TAIPEI, December 26, 2023- CTCI is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of the Public Construction Commission (PCC)’s 23rd Public Construction Golden Quality Award, the highest honor in public construction in Taiwan, for the CPC Third LNG Receiving Terminal Storage Tank EPC Project that CTCI jointly completed with Kawasaki Heavy Industries. For this project, CTCI received the excellence level award in both facility design and constructor categories. Ming-Shyan Lee, President of CTCI Corp., received the commendation on behalf of the company during the ceremony which took place today.

    Located in Taoyuan’s Guanyin District, the two LNG tanks- each with a capacity of 160,000 m3- are the largest tanks ever built in Taiwan. CTCI drew on its experience from the Taichung Terminal Phase 2 LNG Tank project and improved the tank’s base slab design, increased the welding reliability, and improved the quality control standards. Through various methods, the project has helped reduce 11,200 tons in greenhouse gas emissions. One method is to adjust the mass concrete’s composition ratio by using compliant green materials, which minimizes the consumption of cement. The other method is to apply the nitrogen piston flow technique for tank drying, which hugely reduces the consumption of liquid nitrogen.

    The construction process was met with serious challenges, including insufficient work space, strong northeastern monsoon, covid-19, and labor shortage across the nation. Despite these difficulties, CTCI optimized the construction work flow and overcame the challenges, eventually reaching mechanical completion on time, with excellent quality and a safety record of 3 million man-hours without a lost time injury.

    With lower greenhouse gas emissions than coal, LNG is an important fuel for electricity generation that can help nations transition toward net zero emissions. CTCI is currently the only company in Taiwan that can carry out engineering, procurement, and construction services for LNG terminal and gas-fired power plant projects, enjoying a 75% share in the gas-fired power plant market. By building upon the experience and expertise in gas-fired power plants, LNG terminals, energy-from-waste plants, solar power plants, and offshore wind farms, CTCI will aggressively diversify its energy business portfolio by tapping into the decarbonized power and energy sector, as well as developing the hydrogen and CCUS technologies, so that it can contribute to the global sustainable development.

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