Sacyr, through its Quality, Environment and Energy Management Policy, aims to ensure its strategic objectives increase customer and user satisfaction, whilst at the same time encouraging environmentally-friendly strategies and more efficient energy use in the organisation.

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Quality Objectives

Guarantee the current and future satisfaction and needs of customers and other stakeholders

Continuously assess and improve the Integrated Management System

Comply with all legal and other requirements applicable to Sacyr

Environmental Objectives

Prevent the environmental impacts resulting from Sacyr Group’s activities

Raise awareness among direct and indirect employees of their environmental responsibility

Energy Objectives

Reduce energy consumption

Encourage the use of greener energies

Promote the rational use of energy by users of facilities


Sacyr has an integrated management system, in which all partial certifications of each of the companies that form the Group are gathered. These certifications provide us with numerous benefits: understanding the needs and expectations of stakeholders, improving the image of the products and services offered and generating customer and consumer confidence; always ensuring that objectives and policies are in line with business strategy.

Sacyr currently has the following certifications:

The following milestones were reached in 2016.

New certifications and extension to scope of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification in:

Environmental impact statements are available for consultation by the general public at the following address:

Other new certifications:

In addition, in 2016 all annual certifications, including the tracking audit for the certification of Sacyr’s management system, were renewed.

We are currently working to obtain an extension to scope of the ISO 17025 accreditation “Assessment of conformity. General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories”, in the water laboratory in the Canary Islands, to include the pH and fluoride parameters in this certification.

The percentage of activity certified to these voluntary requirements under ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 at year-end 2016 were as follows: