Celebrated Panama City construction company owner Gabriel Btesh continues to lead the industry as he maintains his commitment to unrivaled standards of living and well-being.
A recognizable face within Panama City and the wider Republic of Panama’s thriving construction industry for more than three decades, Gabriel Btesh continues to lead the sector in revolutionizing the field. Wholly committed to wellness and unparalleled standards of living and well-being, the renowned construction company boss reveals more about how he’s leading the charge in celebrating a socially conscious approach to doing business.
“The construction industry is both pivotal and central to driving a better way of life for families and individuals across the Republic of Panama,” suggests Btesh, who’s also an outspoken proponent for architectural integrity and improved building standards, both in Panama and across Central and South America, as well as elsewhere around the world.
Not only do the nation’s construction firms drive the economy, but they also determine standards of living via the approaches which they take to residential construction, according to Btesh. “By implementing wellness-focused additions and fashioning affordable but safe and comfortable living spaces for families and individuals across Panama, we’re driving new standards of living and well-being nationwide,” he suggests.
Further to developing affordable but contemporary homes which are cost-effective and represent better-than-ever value for money, Gabriel Btesh is also famed for his insistence on including amenities such as gyms, social areas, and creative spaces within many of his larger residential construction projects. These include a series of recently completed apartment complexes in Panama City.
The construction industry, according to the expert, is also responsible for the creation of many thousands of skilled, secure new jobs across the country annually. “This is central to strengthening the economy,” he explains, “which has been widely demonstrated in recent years.”
Where workers and their families enjoy access to affordable living and a good income, levels of well-being and feelings of wellness increase exponentially, Btesh believes.