Recognising the symbiotic relationship between business sustainability and the sustainable functioning of its social surroundings, Concor has a solid track record of corporate citizenship which has been embedded in the business over several decades.

Our primary purpose in society remains the delivery of infrastructure services that enables economic and social development, in a sustainable way. This dual focus helps to ensure a sustainable future for our business, while creating shared value for our clients, our employees and positively impacting the communities in which we operate. Sustainable development within Concor encompasses the commitment of leadership, business units and all employees. Sustainable business practise is embodied in our attitude towards Health, Safety & Environment (HSE); Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) & Transformation; and Ethical Governance. Each of these areas are embedded within our core business, are interconnected and contribute to creating shareholder value.

Concor’s B-BBEE strategy and status is especially noteworthy, with the achievement a Level 1 B-BBEE in terms of the Amended Construction Sector Codes Gazetted 1 December 2017 and qualifies as a 51% black-owned and a 30% black women-owned business in terms of these Codes.

Concor’s Integrated Management System ensures our divisions adopt the most stringent standards and compliance to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, in addition to compliance to ours client’s management plans and local and national legislation.

Contact Us

Health & Safety

Chris Botha chris.botha2@concor.co.za


Bruce Paul bruce.paul@concor.co.za

Enterprise & Supplier Development

Mohammed Rassack mohammed.rassack@concor.co.za

Socio-Economic Development

Donique De Figueiredo donique.defigueiredo@concor.co.za