HDPF regards corporate responsibility towards society as essential.
Since the company was founded, this has formed a central part of our corporate philosophy. All our activities strive to achieve extraordinary results for our clients, in the course of which the way we do business is in harmony with our values and standards.
HDPF sees sustainability as an important pillar for the creation of lasting value.
Through its products and services, HDPF is able to generate economic sustainability for the company’s stakeholders. From our very earliest days, we have endeavoured to think and act sustainably in the development, redevelopment and commissioning of buildings. Through the use of new technologies, process innovations and the efficient use of our resources, we are able to offer our clients high performance and sustainable results. With measures aimed at using renewable energy, recycling building materials or saving water, HDPF supports the company’s investors in optimising their own investments.
HDPF is committed to social responsibility and makes a charitable contribution to society.
We focus on the core issues of “training”, “entrepreneurship” and “humanitarian & social”, which are in harmony with HDPF’s identity. To this end, we provide both financial and human resources for use in supporting selected projects.
HDPF is committed to minimising its environmental footprint.
The protection of humans and the environment is an integral part of our understanding of how to do business. Companies play an increasingly influential role in the transition to a low-CO2 economy and we are determined to prepare our clients to succeed in a world with ever more stringent CO2 limits. For this reason, we are constantly trying to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, waste production, and energy, water and paper consumption.
Rayiwayi Upenyu Design Academy, Norton, Zimbabwe
A new school campus was planned close to Norton to enable young people in Zimbabwe to access education who would otherwise be prevented from doing so for financial reasons. A network of artists, musicians, architects, educational experts and volunteers worked together to raise funds for the Rayiwayi Upenyu School. The school deliberately follows the family structures and everyday roles of the economically deprived students. It provides an optimised school programme that accepts primary school children at the age of eight and guides them towards university entry at the age of twenty.