President of AFAD, Yunus Sezer, visited our Van TOKİ Village House and Barn Project.

2021-10-28T08:37:01+03:00

President of AFAD, Yunus Sezer, visited our Van TOKİ Village House and Barn Project. President of AFAD (Turkish Ministry Of Interior, Disaster And Emergency Management Presidency) Yunus Sezer and the accompanying delegation visited our permanent housing construction site of "Van TOKİ Village House and Barn Project”. This Project will be completed for the victims earthquake in Başkale / Van, which was occurred on February 23, 2020. 582 Village Houses and 146 Barns Within the scope of "TOKİ Village House and Barn Project", the construction of a total of 582 village houses and 146 barns will be completed by DORCE more..

President of AFAD, Yunus Sezer, visited our Van TOKİ Village House and Barn Project.2021-10-28T08:37:01+03:00

Dorce is Leading The Green Revolution – Exclusive Interview – Ekonomist Magazine

2021-11-02T13:24:10+03:00

Dorce is Leading The Green Revolution Having received "ISO 14064 Greenhouse Gas Verification Statement" DORCE leads the green revolution in the construction sector. Strategic Management and Planning Director of DORCE, Yucel Cebi, has stated that DORCE has started to determine the role the company can play in nature's fight against carbon emissions. The concept of green building combines features such as sustainability, eco-friendliness, healthiness, low carbon footprint generation, and recyclability of raw materials. The prefabricated and modular structures, where these features are combined, are the reflection on the sector. Dorce Prefabricated Buildings & Construction has adopted an export-based business more..

Dorce is Leading The Green Revolution – Exclusive Interview – Ekonomist Magazine2021-11-02T13:24:10+03:00

Did you measure your factory/plant’s carbon footprint? – Exclusive Interview – Milliyet Newspaper

2021-10-14T09:05:21+03:00

Did you measure your factory/plant's carbon footprint? The first thing the Grand National Assembly of Turkey did as soon as it opened was to give the approval to the Paris Climate Agreement, which was accepted in 2016. Thus, we can say that Turkey's journey towards zero carbon has officially begun. It will be a process in which we will observe how the adaptation of the sectors and companies to the 'green transition' will progress in line with Turkey's commitments. Because the intended transformation will not take place by just saying "I love and protect our nature". We are talking about more..

Did you measure your factory/plant’s carbon footprint? – Exclusive Interview – Milliyet Newspaper2021-10-14T09:05:21+03:00
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