G.O.C. has worked since its inception along with public administrations to make possible the development of infrastructures that improve the transport of people, contributing not only to reduce times but also to increase comfort in them. Moreover, it has also devoted its greatest efforts to the achievement of health centres in which the human dimension is prioritized above all, introducing also the concepts of sustainability and energy saving in all the buildings in which it has participated. Thus, the concern for society is present in the very essence of the work to be done. But in addition, G.O.C. considers that it must go further in the development of corporate responsibility and promote other ways for the knowledge generated to be transferred to society, constantly regenerating the links between the company and the people.
The fundamental essence of G.O.C. is its capacity to create and transfer knowledge. This transfer occurs both externally and internally among its staff.
For us, knowledge is the key element for the creation of value. We have learned to manage it and this is one of our greatest strengths. We incorporate knowledge in the services we provide, we use it internally to innovate; and we transmit it to our environment.
G.O.C. participates in various training programs organized by several institutions such as Universities, Chambers of Commerce, Employers’ Confederations or State Agencies that look for practical activities in their courses. These courses are aimed at young people who enter the labour market for the first time and who seek to specialize in the areas of knowledge related to the services provided by G.O.C. It is a chance for them to face real challenges that will help them in the future development of their professional careers.
The Serafín Ocaña Foundation has a continuous commitment to innovation and research in building and construction technology. Its fundamental aims are the promotion and dissemination of knowledge and research into the construction technologies related to infrastructures and buildings, as well as architecture and engineering. In addition, and as a fundamental part of human development, it also pursues other goals such as the promotion, dissemination and financing of culture, art and humanities.