CRUX wants to make a positive contribution to society from its field. This has to do with the quality and sustainability of the built environment with respect for human and natural norms and values. We believe sustainability is important, in our consultancy work and our operations.
CRUX contributes to making small to (very) large projects technically, financially and socially feasible. In addition, we always strive for an acceptable environmental impact to all concerned.
By participating in projects, research and innovation, CRUX offers added value to social issues such as earthquake problems, flood protection and energy storage as well as the preservation of cultural heritage (such as the Unesco canal belt of Amsterdam, the Mesdag's panorama, The New Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk and Van Gogh Museum, the Mauritshuis, De Waag Amsterdam and Our Lord in the Attic Museum).
CRUX also feels connected to a number of projects and initiatives with a social character outside our field. CRUX annually supports a number of initiatives with which we feel connected. Sometimes there is overlap with the scope of our work, but mostly because we just find it important to contribute to these initiatives. CRUX donates, among other things, to research into medicines and treatments for diseases, such as children with Duchenne, fighting cancer through RoPaRun and Alp d'Huzes and combatting ALS via Amsterdam City Swim.
CRUX wants to contribute socially to the further development of our field, which is why we share knowledge and skills both nationally and internationally. We do this by participating in committees, writing publications, papers, (guest) lecturing at educational institutions and giving presentations and workshops. We offer graduate facilities and practical internships for students from colleges and universities.
CRUX strives for structural management and restriction of our settlement risk and uses the CO2 performance ladder to map and reduce our CO2 emission.
Within our environmental policy, we strive, for example, to limit the energy consumption in our offices, to use sustainable energy and to limit paper use.
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