ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING is a leading infrastructure company. The ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING has been involved in large scale, complex construction and infrastructure projects in Afghanistan.
The ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING has support the establishment of the State of Afghanistan and has played an active role in developing and building the country.
ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING is a leading, multi-faceted and socially responsible entity that balances between business and responsibility towards a sustainable environment.
As part of its commitment, the entity has adopted sustainable construction standards and is committed to norms of honesty, transparency, innovation, and excellence. These values have been guiding the entity over the past and, as part of its focus on growth engines, activities were expanded in the field of renewable energy.
The ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING also intensified its involvement in projects geared towards sustainability, in light of its vision of taking a leadership role in creating a sustainable and progressive life environment.
Our Goal: Zero Accidents
Safety is a value that is fundamental to our culture. ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING has earned an industry-leading record of achieving zero lost-time incidents on 98 percent of our projects in the country. Year after year, our zero accidents philosophy will helps put our safety performance right at the top of the industry.
At ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING that every accident, and therefore every injury, is preventable, and we embed that philosophy into every ENTIRE BUILDERS& ENGINEERING project through a combination of technical field procedures and ongoing training programs.
Every employee has stop-work authority—if it’s not safe, don’t do it. We also ask our subcontractors and partners to adopt our commitment to safety and health.
The result is exceptional safety performance, even in hazardous work environments, severe weather, and remote locations.
Our dedication to safety helps keep workers safe and it also pays off for our customers. Their operating costs go down and productivity goes up because less time is lost to accidents. And our people go home to their families safely at the end of each day.