Abai Group, a leading company in the BPO sector in Spain, announces the transfer of its corporate headquarters in Madrid to the Cristalia Business Park, very close to the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport and the IFEMA fairgrounds.
The company, which until now had its headquarters in Calle Manuel Tovar, is committed to a new concept of corporate office to offer its employees and clients a comfortable and modern space in which the structural measures against COVID-19 have had outstanding prominence.
The new environment in the Cristalia 4B building, the work of the Spanish architect Rafael de La-Hoz, stands out for its natural light and an attractive architectural design with open-plan V-shaped floors free of pillars.
Another important factor that has been taken into account for this headquarters transfer has been the LEED GOLD certification in design and construction granted to the building by the US Green Building Council, the most prestigious sustainable construction standard in the world, which is a guarantee of energy savings of between 30% and 70% compared to conventional offices. It will also allow a saving in the use of water of between 30% and 50%, as well as a reduction in the cost of waste (30% -50%) and a reduction of 35% in CO2 emissions.
In addition, in choosing this space, government recommendations on the use of air conditioning and ventilation systems to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have been followed and sanitation and disinfection systems, occupancy control and safety distance per position have been incorporated. of work.
For Marta de la Higuera, Director of Corporate Resources at Abai Group: “The new offices represent a leap forward for the company and demonstrate its commitment to environmental sustainability, the safety and comfort of our employees and customers.
Our new headquarters is inaugurated at an ideal time, because without forgetting all the protection measures against Covid, it reinforces our concept of “workplace” understood as a center of knowledge, organizational culture, collaboration and continuous improvement to continue contributing the high level of service that characterizes our offer of value to customers ”.
Currently, Abai Group continues to develop much of its activity in teleworking mode for its more than 3,000 workers, with the aim of protecting the health of its workers against the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing to offer the best service to its customers. Therefore, the return to jobs in the new facilities will be carried out safely and progressively.
For this change, Abai Group has relied on the specialized advice in real estate management from RoundSpaces and Worktel.