Orona joins the Madrid World Capital Construction Association (MWCC)


Orona joins the Madrid World Capital Construction Association (MWCC)

image Orona joins the Madrid World Capital Construction Association (MWCC)

Sustainability and innovation are the main values ​​and the nexus of union of both entities

Orona, a leading European business group in vertical elevation, has just signed the adhesion to the Madrid World Construction Capital Association (MWCC), the cluster formed by companies and entities of national reference united to convert a Madrid is one of the world’s leading exponents of engineering, construction and architecture, as well as for the development of urban mobility projects.

Orona is an active and essential part in the field of mobility solutions in buildings and public and private infrastructures. Its products bring thousands of people to their destinations daily, and it has been present in the capital and in the Community for 51 years, where it has a human team of 350 people who provide a 360º service to the thousands of facilities it has. .

The socio-business nature of Orona, as well as its objectives and values ​​fit and complement those of the Association, as both entities find in innovation and sustainability the pillars on which to promote their projects, both individual and common. Proof of Orona’s commitment to sustainability is the ISO14006 ecodesign certificate, accreditation in which Orona was a pioneer in its lifting sector worldwide, as well as its transversal concept Orona’s Green, a way of working and relating to society. the environment and the environment always based on respect, care and energy efficiency. Orona currently executes projects within the framework of industrialized construction, in a strategic commitment to healthier buildings with sustainability and digitization as tools in a long-term vision in maintaining their useful life.

Orona and MWCC also share innovation as a lever that will allow both entities to nurture each other in this area. Innovation is Orona’s reason for being, proof of this is the significant investment that the company allocates to R&D, specifically 2% of its turnover. This circumstance positions it as one of the companies that invest the most in innovation in its sector in Europe.

For David García Núñez, president of MWCC, “Orona’s accession to our Association is positive news and one more example of the projection and consolidation of a project that is called to become a world reference in the field of engineering, construction and architecture ”.

For his part, Peio Garciandia, Orona’s Director of Institutional Relations, assures that “Orona’s association with the MWCC will be a meeting point between two entities committed to innovation and sustainability in the mobility of people. It is a strategic project in our firm purpose of bringing people together through universal accessibility, shortening the barriers and distances that separate them ”.