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Sustainable Value Creation

Sustainability Management Vision & Strategy

Top 3 Goals

Creating a Sustainable Base of Life for Mankind:1>New era of prosperity to be created by Hyundai E&C(HDEC PROSPERITY), 2>New era of green environment to be led by Hyundai E&C(HDEC PLANET),3>New era of co-existence with Hyundai E&C(HDEC PEOPLE)

Three Management Principles

Establishment of Stable Management Environment
Hyundai E&C applies the principles of checks and balances and international standards to ensure the soundness of corporate governance, which is the foundation for rational decision-making and a successful business environment. Hyundai E&C, as a responsible corporate citizen, has been striving for attaining the trust of stakeholders through ethical management and compliance.
Managing Risk Proactively
Through proactive risk management, Hyundai E&C is striving for a stable business operation by proactively identifying potential risk factors and preventing risks from occurring. Hyundai E&C is also strengthening its competitiveness by conducting a systematic long-term strategic risk analysis to excavate new opportunities and integrate them into its business.
Protection of Human Rights
in Value Chain
The human rights protection of the value chain is a value that must keep. As a global construction company, Hyundai E&C sets up the highest level of responsibilities to respect and protect human rights in all areas where it leads it business, fulfils social responsibilities and roles while making effort to minimize negative effects on human rights in order to prevent in advance, any infringement on human rights that may occur in any part of the value chain.

Seven Propelling Strategies

01

Enhancing Global Competitiveness

Hyundai E&C has been Enhancing its global competitiveness in the world beyond Korea based on its leading business model and proven business capabilities.
02

Securing Core Technology

Hyundai E&C has been striving to enhance the future core technologies in construction industry, thereby attaining the foundation for sustainable development of human society and business.
03

Responding Climate Changes

Hyundai E&C has been improving its environmental value through various strategies to improve efficiency of environmental energy management recognizing the importance of responding climate change.
04

Enhancing Green Safety Infrastructure

Hyundai E&C has been systematically minimizing safety accidents and reducing environmental impacts through a safety management system and an environment-friendly construction process.
05

Cultivating Innovative Talents

Hyundai E&C has been cultivating innovative talents who can improve organizational efficiency and executive ability while creating new values.
06

Enhancing Value Chain Capability

Hyundai E&C has been promoting the improvement of suppliers’ business capability and management stability while promoting the competitiveness of the value chain effectively by providing sustainable value chain management system.
07

Advancing Strategic Social Contributions

Hyundai E&C has been promoting strategic social contribution projects based on industrial characteristics to improve social value in overseas countries where it operates business.

DJSI Certification

  • DJSI Industry Leader (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020)
  • DJSI World (11 consecutive years)
  • DJSI Asia-Pacific (11 consecutive years)
  • DJSI Korea (12 consecutive years)

The DJSI evaluation hosted by S&P Dow Jones Indices, SAM (S&P Global Switzerland SA) in collaboration with Korea Productivity Center (KPC), Hyundai E&C has been nominated as construction industry world leader in 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2020. We entered DJSI Korea and DJSI World in 2009 and 2010, respectively. Since having entered DJSI Asia-Pacific, we have maintained our position for 11 consecutive years. It means our continuous system improvement and corporate sustainability management activities have been recognized.

Evaluation of Korea Corporate Governance Service (KCGS)

※ 총 7개 (S / A+ / A / B+ / B / C / D) 평가등급 체계이며, 당사는 “한국기업지배구조원이 환경, 사회, 기업지배구조 모범규준에서 제시한 체계를 적절히 갖추고 있으며, ESG 리스크로 인한 주주가치 훼손의 여지가 적음“ ESG 등급 유지중
  2018 2019 2020
Overall grade A A A
Evaluation area(Environment) A A A+
Evaluation area(Society) A A A
Evaluation area(Governance structure) B+ B+ A

※ The assessment system consists of 7 levels (S / A+ / A / B+ / B / C / D), and Hyundai E&C is “fully compliant with the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards presented by Korea Corporate Governance Service (KCGS) and is unlikely to undermine shareholder value due to ESG risks”. We continue to maintain our EGS level.

Overseas(Institutional shareholder Sevices)

Score Index:A score in the 1st decile(QS:1) indicates relatively higher quality governance practices and relatively lower governance risk, and, conversely, a score in the 1-th decile (QS:10) indicaties relatively higher governance risk.
  March 2017 May 2018 November 2019
ISS Govemance Quality Score 3 3 4
  Board Structure 4 4 5
  Compensation 2 2 2
  Shareholder Rights 3 1 1
  Audit 1 5 1

Award of CDP

  • Registered into the hall of fame at CDP korea (2018).
  • Won the award of “carbon management honors club.” (ranked first in all areas, 5 consecutive years from to 2014 the 2018).
  • Won the award of “carbon management sector winners” (ranked first in the industry, 7 consecutive years from to 2012 bid).
  • Won “carbon management special award” as a newcomer (2011).

As the world's most reliable global sustainable index, the cdp evaluation evaluates, analyzes, and reports climate change response activities of major global listed companies every year.

Award of CRRA

  • CRReporting Award'12 - Best integrated report, 1st Runner-up
  • CRReporting Award'11 - Best 1st time report, 2nd Runner-up

Corporate Register Reporting Awards (CRRA) is an international award where it solely evaluates corporate responsibility reports issued worldwide at a professional level. The evaluation is conducted fairly via online voting of about 37,000 global voters.

OECD Guideline for Multinational Enterprise

  • OECD Guidline for Multinational Enterprises

United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is an international agreement made by the former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan in 2000 to urge enterprises to support and execute social responsibility. Since its official joining in UNGC on April, 2010, Hyundai E&C turned into a company responsible for the global community both in reality and in name.

Sustainability Report

You can see our previous Sustainability reports
on the HDEC Library page.