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  • 2024/05
    Taiwan: CTCI Helps Develop Green Transportation with Official Power Supply of Taipei Metro’s WanDa Line Jincheng Depot
    Taipei, May 22, 2024- In a consortium with French transportation solutions provider Alstom, CTCI has contracted the phase 1 and 2 electrical and mechanical (E&M) work to Taipei Metro's WanDa Line, with the official completion of the 161kV Jincheng depot bulk supply substation (BSS) power supply from Taipower in May. This milestone marks the operation of the most important power source, and will be followed by electrical test operations when the first train arrives in Taiwan in the second half of this year, providing electricity to different kinds of equipment and collaborating with civil and track construction to accelerate the work of integrating sub-systems for making great strikes towards completion.

    Divided into two phases of construction, the WanDa Line (Wanda Zhonghe Shulin Line) is a medium capacity driverless transit system, adopting underground and elevated metro systems with a 22.8-km route, 22 stations and one depot, and will be a convenient and green transportation service
    that connects Taipei City’s Zhongzheng, Wanhua District and New Taipei City’s Zhonghe, Younghe, Tucheng, Shulin, and Xinzhuang District. The scope of this project encompasses electric multiple units, dashboard monitoring (platform screen doors included), power supply, telecommunication, automatic fare collection system, track work, depot equipment, and system integration and management.

    Flowing from Taipower Banqiao extra-high voltage substation, the alternating extra-high voltages are lowered through the 161kV/22kV bulk supply substation, contributing to the completion of Jincheng depot main electricity substation power supply. The lowered electricity voltages are further converted to 750V direct current (DC) via the traction power electricity substation for the operation of electric multiple units. At the same time, the lowered electricity voltages undergo conversion via the 22kV/380V cast resin transformer in the facility power substation (FPSS) for the power supply in stations.

    Rooted in the transportation field for over 30 years, CTCI is a market leader and a leading services provider in Taiwan's MRT E&M System. CTCI will continue upholding the corporate vision of being “the most reliable global engineering services provider,” supporting the Taipei City Government to develop green transportation that connects both Taipei and New Taipei City to realize the goal of building a low-carbon sustainable city.

  • 2024/05
    Taiwan: Guardian of Sustainable Earth: CTCI Materializes Sustainable Future with FEIAP
    The annual convention of the 2024 Federation of Engineering Institutes of Asia and Pacific (FEIAP) was grandly held in Taipei on May 1. Responding to the sustainable trend in environment, social and governance (ESG), the event themed on “resilient engineering and education to realize a net-zero future.” As a leading engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services provider in Taiwan, CTCI Group Chairman John T. Yu was invited by Chinese Institute of Engineers, the host of this event, to be a keynote speaker introducing CTCI as a “Guardian of Sustainable Earth.” With over 40 global engineers from 12 economies, Group Chairman Yu also attended the net-zero oath and tree-planting ceremony at CTCI's 2nd HQ Building, committed to make contributions in realizing sustainable future with concrete actions.

    FEIAP is one of the most indicative global engineering federations in the Asia-Pacific, dedicated to promote the world’s progress and prosperity with advanced engineering technology. As a leading EPC project contractor in Taiwan and one of the top 100 globally, CTCI is a member of Chinese Institute of Engineers which joined the FEIAP in 2008. Long committed to the ESG sustainable development, CTCI boasts “green engineering” projects worldwide that incorporate three dimensions: green technology, green contracting, and green investment, aiming to establish low-carbon supply chains with global partners and lead industrial green transformation, so as to unleash the greatest influence in sustainable engineering as a Guardian of Sustainable Earth.

    Following the opening ceremony of the annual convention, all attendees headed to CTCI's 2nd HQ Building to join the net-zero oath and tree-planting ceremony. Group Chairman Yu remarked that CTCI’s 2nd HQ Building has become an iconic smart building visited by all walks of life, and is one of the smart green building models built by CTCI, bagging three prestigious certifications including LEED Gold, Taiwan's EEWH Diamond Label and Taiwan's Diamond Class IGB Award. In the future, CTCI will continue accelerating a virtuous cycle of sustainable Earth, making every effort in protecting the environment in an environmentally-friendly way.

  • 2024/04
    Taiwan: CTCI REI and CTCI SEC Secured Jincheng Anju Social Housing EPC Project in Joint Effort
    Hsinchu, April 15, 2024- CTCI REI and CTCI SEC, affiliates of CTCI Corp., secured Hsinchu Jincheng Anju Social Housing EPC Project in joint effort with JH Day Building Workshop, marking another achievement in social housing by helping the government address housing-related issues for the disadvantaged to fulfill housing justice. As a sustainable building combining smart engineering and green energy, this project will serve as an example of precast building and is set to be completed by 2029, providing 922 housing units.

    Proposed by the National Housing and Urban Regeneration Center, the social housing in the East District of Hsinchu City was contracted to CTCI for its emphasis on ESG during the bid. For example, as for technology innovation, our team offered to upgrade both the project’s green building labeling and intelligent building rating, with the former from silver to gold mark and the latter from certified to bronze level. As for project technology spotlights, our team will introduce Mr. Energy, an energy management system developed by CTCI, expand the setup of solar system, adopt same floor draining system in toilets to avoid quarrel over leakage between residents, and use BIM 7D smart management system for equipment data storage that will be monitored by property manager for future operation and management after completion.

    Moreover, in response to a new construction trend resulted from labor shortage, our team will adopt precast engineering for this project to shorten the construction period and enhance carbon reduction effectiveness. At the same time, in an effort to enhance community services, there will be baby care center, day care center for the disabled, day operation center and so on. With the ESG mindset, the project team will make the social housing a safe, healthy, convenient and sustainable model of smart green building.

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  • 2024/05
    Taiwan: Guardian of Sustainable Earth: CTCI Sustains Position as Top ESG Performer by the Global Views Monthly
    Taipei, May 3, 2024- CTCI Group has demonstrated remarkable performance in promoting environment, social and governance (ESG) sustainable development, bagging three prizes for the ESG Award by Global Views Monthly, including top prize winner in comprehensive performance under Service Industry Category, role model awards in talent development and low-carbon operation category. Notably, CTCI has received the comprehensive performance award for three consecutive years. The award ceremony was held in Shangri-La Far Eastern, Taipei on May 2, with CTCI Group Chairman John T. Yu attending the award ceremony personally to receive the honor.

    Organized annually by the Global Views Monthly, the ESG Award has been known for its high recognition in the field of sustainability, with award recipients being the top performer in promoting sustainability. In his acceptance speech, Group Chairman Yu stated that, “Every factory, facility and building needs to undergo engineering and construction by an engineering company. As a leading engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) project contractor and one of the top 100 globally, it is our responsibility to integrate the sustainability mindset into project operation to create an array of green engineering projects. Committed to the goal of being a “Guardian of Sustainable Earth,” CTCI aims to promote sustainability with its engineering expertise and unleash the greatest engineering influence with the industry and supply chains as a corporate citizen.”
    CTCI’s ESG achievements has gained widespread recognition. In terms of corporate governance, CTCI upholds the value of integrity and trust, and sees a steady growth in revenue. In 2023, CTCI Group achieved an amount of NT$111.8 billion in new contract, with backlog projects and combined revenue reaching historical highs at NT$346.9 billion and NT$103.5 billion respectively. In the environmental aspect, CTCI not only promotes "green projects" that balance economic and environmental concerns as its core business, but has passed the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) review for carbon emissions reduction goals, setting a decarbonization timeline aligned with the 1.5°C target that aims to reduce carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 and achieve net-zero by 2050. Regarding biodiversity, CTCI has committed to achieving No Net Loss (NNL), Net Positive Impact (NPI), and Zero Deforestation standards by 2050. CTCI is also one of the Early Adopters of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD), disclosing financial information related to nature conservation initiatives.

    In the realm of social responsibility, CTCI puts emphasis on talent incubation and actively engages in creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) workplace. Meanwhile, centering on the sustainable education, CTCI Education Foundation not only helps the government incubate talents, but became an admitted non-governmental organization (NGO) observer of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), joining the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) that took place in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates in 2023, to share Taiwan's efforts towards sustainability with the world.
    As a sustainable pioneer in the construction and engineering sector, CTCI has been awarded numerous domestic and international honors. Some of the achievements include remaining top 1% status in S&P Global’s Sustainability Yearbook Ranking in 2024, being selected as a component of the Dow Jones Sustainability Emerging Markets Index for the ninth consecutive time that keeps it ranking first in the global construction and engineering sector, receiving top 10 domestic companies sustainability model award of Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards (TCSA) for seven consecutive years, and scoring top 5% in corporate governance evaluation by Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) for the eighth time.

    Moreover, CTCI gained recognition from MSCI ESG ratings, received leadership level in carbon disclosure project (CDP), Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award by CommonWealth Magazine, and Diversity for Better Tomorrow Award for creating a friendly work environment. CTCI is committed to fulfilling it role as a “Guardian of Sustainable Earth,” leading the world into a better future.

  • 2024/03
    Taiwan: A Sustainable Pioneer in Taiwan Engineering Industry: CTCI’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Targets Approved by SBTi
    TAIPEI, March 1, 2024- CTCI Corp., the leading engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) company in Taiwan, is proud to announce that its near-term and long-term greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets, in line with a trajectory to keep global average temperature rise within 1.5°C as recommended by the Paris Agreement, have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) after review. This achievement marks CTCI as the first EPC company in Taiwan to attain this status, advancing towards its net zero goals by 2050.

  • 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.

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