With support from Guatemala Próspera, a total of 227 employees from different units within Progreso, in addition to 12 others external to the organization, completed the second edition of the certificate course «La Transformación está en mi».
Cementos Progreso delivered 150 thousand trees alongside the Minister of Environment and Natural Resources, Mario Rojas Espino, to support the #RetoMARN initiative.
As a result of our partnership with the municipality of Sanarate, we recently inaugurated the Ingeniero Plinio Alberto Herrera Chacón educational module in Sanarate, El Progreso, Guatemala. The project consists of a multipurpose room, six classrooms and restrooms distributed over two levels.
La Pedrera is preparing for its next transformation. For more than 100 years, the industrial vocation of this space became an essential part of the national economy, and soon will become an innovative real estate development project.
A person who demonstrates the ability to inspire, direct, encourage, and lead a group to achieve common goals, is commonly referred to as a «Leader».
«Recinos Inédito» (Recinos unpublished), a compilation of unpublished writings that show a new facet -until recently unknown- of the emblematic Guatemalan artist, was presented as part of the National Theater’s framework. The National Theater is the main architectural work of maestro Efraín Recinos.
As part of Progreso’s professionalization and training process, technicians from the Research and Development Center (CID, by its acronym in Spanish) trained our Belizean laboratory personnel during three weeks at our Belize headquarters.
In its June publication, Industria y Negocios Magazine paid tribute to Cementos Progreso Research and Development Center manager –by its acronym in Spanish, CID-, Luis Velásquez.
Carlos F. Novella Foundation spreads the word about these courses which are taught by Intecap at the Finca El Pilar. These activities are ongoing and help strengthen ties as well as train capacities in neighboring communities.
Girls and adolescents who attend the «Paso a Paso» program, receive training which helps them find appropriate tools to live in harmony, develop their abilities, and plan for a better future by developing a life plan.
The Chiachal community has benefited from the construction of 56 new homes.
Mr. Saturnino Fuentes admires the new street leading to his house. He can see the children walking safely with their mothers, and he watches the workers pass by on bicycles. He appreciates the difference of having to fill the potholes that had formed on the street to a brand-new street. Now motorcycles, light vehicles, and pedestrians easily pass on the street; before it was only possible for four-wheel drive vehicles to drive on it.