Cívitas becomes a global sponsor of Puerto Banús, whose venue is renamed Cívitas Puerto Banús for 5 years.
Cívitas is a developer with national projection created by a group of partners committed to innovative urban and real estate projects focused on future developments, in accordance with the sustainable and technological models which today’s society demands.
Today Cívitas has 200 million of own funds without bank debt and is in an aggressive national expansion through 11 cities, while it has a portfolio of land to develop more than 8,000 homes.
For this company from Extremadura, the commitment to sustainability and awareness of the importance of the environment means addressing a new way of living focused on well-being and quality of life, through projects that pursue an improvement in the physical, mental and social health of the inhabitants of cities. Subsequently, Cívitas promotes the care of clean and pollution-free air, focuses on the reduction of CO2 emissions from the change of daily patterns, focuses on daily processes towards the management of the circular economy, works for the energy efficiency of homes (which in all cases have the Breeam Certificate), among other gestures that allow generating a real and definitely more sustainable global society.
In parallel to the actions associated with sustainability, Cívitas develops its business activity supporting the “Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” of the United Nations that marks the well-known 2030 agenda, while developing several lines of action in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility focused on sustainability in sport, research, the environment and social commitment.
Cívitas, together with its companies Phi4tech and Lithium Iberia, will soon build a supercapacitor factory and the largest nanomaterials research center in Europe in Extremadura, beyond the lines it has been developing around the design of sensors to measure air quality, polymers for the medical industry, antimicrobial soils and research on the efficient application of green hydrogen. While with another of its companies, Graphenstone, it produces ecological paint, currently marketed in 33 countries around the world, which absorbs CO2 because it is based on lime synthesized with graphene materials, which allows its certification as an antimicrobial and antiviral material.