We opened our Castile and Leon delegation, based in Valladolid, in 2020. A year that will go down in our history for the effort, commitment and collaboration shown by our employees, suppliers and customers during the health crisis. In July 2021 we sold the developer Áurea Homes to AEDAS Homes, which allows us to focus… Continue reading 2020
We left our borders to undertake projects in France, Poland and Colombia and expanded our presence in Spain, with the opening of the Madrid office in 2011. In 2012 we created the Development division, which was spun off as an independent company in 2019, under the name Áurea Homes. In 2015 we got hooked on… Continue reading 2010
Innovation and new business We initiated research projects in several areas, such as the creation of adaptable spaces in homes and the installation of smart lighting solutions. To articulate this innovative effort, we created the R&D+i department. Two important changes are taking place. First, we began to integrate independent consultants into the board of directors… Continue reading 2000
Professionalisation and avant-garde The expansion initiated during the previous decade is being consolidated and we have projects in a large part of the country. This territorial growth entailed an increase in organisational complexity, so we decided to professionalise the structure and processes. We led the way in the sector with the first closed-price project operations… Continue reading 1990
Expansión and diversification Having consolidated in our region, we looked to other places. The first execution outside Navarre was the complete refurbishment of a building located on the emblematic Paseo de los Fueros in San Sebastián-Donostia. In parallel to our territorial expansion, we decided to diversify our project portfolio with the residential and commercial sectors.… Continue reading 1980
First steps In 1973, Javier Osés founded Construcciones ACR in Pamplona, the precursor of what is ACR today, which he still presides. Only three years later, we took on our most ambitious project until then: the construction of our first residential building, a building with 54 flats. As a result of the commitment and professionalism… Continue reading 1970
Maintaining discipline (Shitsuke)
At every Last Planner System meeting we assess how the site is doing and, in our spirit of continuous improvement, we always go back to square one: sort.
Adapting our workspaces not only speeds up processes, but also enhances the safety of our construction sites.
Use patterns that allow us to identify where everything should go. It helps to avoid the mess and dirt that we overcame in the previous phases.
Identify what is useful and what is not useful in our work environment, in order to eliminate what is not useful.