Shikun & Binui - Our environment. Our future
Shikun & Binui
Shikun & Binui is Israel’s leading infrastructure and real estate company – a global corporation that operates through its subsidiaries in Israel and across the world. Active in more than 20 countries on four continents, Shikun & Binui is involved in various fields, including infrastructure, real estate development, water, energy, and concessions.
Its companies carry out PPP projects and are engaged in initiating, financing, constructing, and operating large-scale infrastructure projects, civil engineering projects, initiating and constructing residential projects, initiating and marketing commercial projects, constructing and managing income-producing properties, initiating and operating power generation facilities. Renewing, financing, constructing, and operating projects in the field of water purification and desalination, and more.
Shikun & Binui began its activities with the establishment of Solel Boneh in 1924, as a small workers’ company of the Jewish community in Israel, and became one of the most significant factors in state building.
In 2007, Shikun & Binui adopted the principles of sustainability in all its activities in Israel and around the world. Since then it has been promoting initiatives in the sustainability field and defining additional foci for creating economic value, derived from the implementation of this approach.
Impact through Design
The slogan of Shikun & Binui – “Our environment. Our future” – symbolizes the company’s activity to promote “green construction” to create a durable environment. Accordingly, everything was designed around this motto. The reports detailed the effect of the economy, the environment and society, showing how they all interact, creating a profitable bottom line. We kept the design accompanying the data and the figures clean and precise, in order to emphasize the activity, alongside a lot of infographics, enhancing their readability. Of course, all the material was printed on re-cycled paper.
The annual reports were distributed to the public together with a summary of the corporate liability and sustainability report, showing that the environmental impact is also included in the bottom line.