Social Responsibility

Asa Cons supports the Cluj community

ASA Cons supports the associations from Cluj that offer support to the local community through education and integration activities, but also the future engineers from UTCN and UTCA in all their projects, be they competitions or innovation designs.


Ratiu Democracy Center

Ratiu Democracy Center, based in Turda, Romania, was established in 2004 to maintain and continue the democratic legacy of Ion Ratiu, a respected politician, who returned to Romania in 1990, after 50 years in exile to support restoring a free parliamentary democracy after 47 years of communism.

For the past 16 years, the Rațiu Democracy Center has developed and continues to develop projects with local, regional, and international impact, currently focusing on active citizenship, youth empowerment, and legal education.

Activ pentru tine

The purpose of the Activ pentru tine Association is to educate and train individuals and the community to improve the quality of life and increase the level of social integration.

The Activ pentru tine Association stands for the desire to do good, be more involved, and support those who need help, especially children living in disadvantaged environments.

RECCS World Championship

The competition, entitled “World Championship in Spaghetti Bridge Building” is an international competition in which young engineering students from all over the world participate, trying to build resistant pasta bridges.

ASA Cons supported the young participants from UTCN, who obtained admirable results at all the stages in which they participated.

SDC UTCN - Seismic Design Competition

SDC (Seismic Design Competition) is an annual seismic engineering competition held at a conference organized by the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI). The conference brings together specialists in both seismic engineering and related fields, who encourage students to get involved, practically addressing the problem of seism.

The importance of this competition is also given by the prestigious participating universities: University of California Los Angeles, University of California Berkeley, Stanford University, University of Michigan, and University of British Columbia.


At Consolis, we know how to make a difference – for our employees, for the planet, and for local communities. We do this by decreasing our environmental footprint, improving resource efficiency throughout the value chain, and offering a diverse, equal, and inclusive workplace where people get the opportunity to grow. We apply the highest ethical standards to our operations. And when starting a new project, we do not just provide high-quality products. As a community builder, it is also our job to improve the quality of life in the communities where we operate.

Our market-leading position entails a big responsibility to push ourselves and our industry forward. And with our products, we can significantly reduce the environmental footprint of construction.

We have decided to support the Ten Principles of UN Global Compact — including the adoption of a precautionary approach to environmental challenges. We have committed ourselves to support the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which guide our approach as a business.

We have also committed to set targets in line with Science Based Targets initiative. With deeds, not words we take this step in turning our business strategy into action, in line with the latest climate science. This enables us to contribute even further to developing sustainable buildings and societies. 

Well-built for well-being for now and for future generations.

Green Spine Line™

A solid spine is what gives strength and stability.

It’s also a carrier of courage and confidence, which is much needed in order to take the lead in reducing the environmental footprint of our industry.

Reducing the climate impact is one of the most important challenges we, and the whole building material industry are facing. At Consolis, we are determined to take the lead in the sustainable transformation of our industry, with the goal of being climate neutral by year 2050.

We approach this challenge head-on with one of our concrete measures being the introduction of Consolis Green Spine Line™ – certified and sustainable precast products, solutions and methods.


Consolis’ ambition is to take our customers and our industry on a sustainable and circular journey, towards climate-neutral products and production.

The key to reducing the CO2 impact of concrete products is smart design and decreasing the CO2 intensity of the raw materials.

Precast concrete is more resource-efficient, and lowers CO2 emissions by 40 percent compared to traditional in-situ solutions. As an example, hollow-core floors use about 40 percent less concrete and 50 percent less steel than cast in-situ or semi-filigree floors – reducing carbon footprint by almost half.

And when produced with secondary cementitious materials (SCM) or other alternative binders, hollow-core solutions can even reduce carbon emissions by up to more than 75 percent, compared to other building solutions.

Consolis precast lowers CO2

Together with our partners, we continuously develop new and more sustainable products that help us reach the industry targets of reducing the environmental impact by 50 percent in 5 years. By 2030, climate-neutral concrete will enter the market and our longer-term vision is that all concrete should be climate-neutral.

While continuously developing new, greener materials, Consolis is also committed to increasing circularity. By recycling and reusing concrete, we can reduce the use of virgin materials and further reduce our environmental impact.

Environmental engagements

Consolis’ international engagements and commitments ensure that our environmental efforts have real effect and take us in the right direction.

Environmental Product Declarations

To push ourselves and our industry forward, our environmental efforts are measured with Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs).

Environmental data is consolidated and reported continuously, in terms of raw materials use (cement, secondary cementitious materials, steel, and water), energy use (electricity, district heating, natural gas, oil etc.), waste (concrete, steel) and transport of our products.


87 percent of Consolis’ precast concrete products are produced in 36 plants that have a certified Environmental Management System (ISO 14001) in place.

An additional seven percent are produced in plants with an Environmental Management System in place, but that are not yet certified.

CODE Standard

Most of our production sites apply Consolis’ own lean-based concept, ensuring that Consolis’ high standards are followed throughout production.

The CODE covers environmental aspects, leadership commitment, legal compliance, regulatory permits etc., and allows for cross-border sharing of best-practices and continuous improvements.

Environment related projects

Consolis collaborates with suppliers, architects, designers, engineers and end-customers to reduce the environmental footprint of our industry.

We initiate our own environmental projects and engage in EU projects to push boundaries and develop low climate impact precast solutions.

Health and safety

The well-being of our employees, partners, customers, or anyone visiting our production sites is our top priority, and we aim for zero accidents. Our health and safety work originates with Executive Management and is implemented by all our local businesses.

We proactively build risk awareness, prevent work-related incidents, share best practices and continuously increase control of the work environment. Our “don’t walk by” principle calls upon everyone to constantly be vigilant, for their safety and for the safety of others.

In addition to local health & safety audits, Consolis carries out an annual safety week across all business entities, allowing for all employees to engage with all dimensions of safety.

People and work environment

At Consolis, we aim for engaged and motivated employees with equal opportunities. With operations in 17 countries, Consolis acknowledges the value of diversity in a broad perspective. We believe that in order to be successful, we need to ensure a welcoming work environment where it is not who you are or where you come from that counts, but what you bring in terms of knowledge and experience. Diversity and equality are prioritized areas throughout the organization, and encompass everything from recruitment processes to employee dialogues and career development.

We are committed to being an attractive employer with safe, collaborative workplaces and environments where people and teams reach great results. To continuously grow our expertise, Consolis provides leadership and employee training both locally and at group level. These initiatives range from people and management training to technical and operational development.

Business ethics

With operations in 17 countries, we are committed to running our business according to high ethical standards and with transparency – no matter where we operate. This is as important for our customers, shareholders and other stakeholders, as it is for management and our current and future employees. Our business and all our operations are guided by Consolis’ Code of Conduct, which covers Human Rights and Employment, Health and Safety, Business Ethics and Environment, and it includes important principles for anti-bribery and money laundering.

The Code builds on our core values and sustainability commitments, international and national legislation, and it supports the United Nations’ Global Compact as well as other international ethical guidelines. The requirements of our Code of Conduct apply to all Consolis employees, leaders and board members, in all markets and at all times.

Whistle blowing system

Employees are encouraged to report any conduct that they believe is in breach of Consolis’ Code of Conduct, policies or applicable laws and regulations. Any potential issues shall be reported via Consolis whistle blowing tool, a service that is provided by a third party and available to employees in all languages.