Panama City construction firm owner Gabriel Btesh explains standards of integrity within the industry.
From adopting the latest architectural advances to a commitment to foster improved standards of living and well-being, Gabriel Btesh has been committed to absolute integrity throughout his more than 30-year career to date. Now in command of the successful family construction firm originally established by his father several decades ago, Btesh reveals more about his approach to business and his commitment to industry-wide integrity.
“My commitment to integrity in my work and my company’s work is second only to my commitment to my own family,” explains Btesh, a keen proponent of ethical business practices both in construction and across other industries throughout the Central and South American Republic of Panama.
Today easily demonstrable, Btesh’s professional efforts have helped to transform the lives of thousands of people across the nation. “From the construction of luxurious but affordable living spaces for young families to the creation of tens of thousands of jobs, I’m also committed to strengthening the nation’s economy,” he points out.
By personally insisting upon wellness-focused amenities such as gyms and creative, social spaces in his residential construction efforts, to promoting travel and tourism through his firm’s entertainment and leisure industry projects, Gabriel Btesh is keen to improve standards of living and bolster feelings of well-being throughout Panama. “Since I was a young man, I’ve yearned to do what is right,” he explains, “both for my family and for my country.”
For him, Btesh says working in construction has always been about integrity, and about building a legacy. “I’m helping to build a legacy,” he explains, “not just for myself and my family, but for the nation as a whole.”
Gabriel Btesh and his team have completed projects ranging from apartment buildings and retail destinations to luxury golf and country clubs.
Attracting visitors from across Panama and overseas, these sporting and retail destinations and clubs are essential, he believes, both to the country’s economy, and to the well-being of the people. “They’re also facilitating thousands of jobs,” explains Btesh, “further to the many thousands already created in the construction of such projects.”
When people are in employment, he says, they have a steady source of income, which is especially important for Panama’s young families, their well-being, and their standards of living, as well as for the economy. “This,” adds Gabriel Btesh, wrapping up, “is what it’s all about.”