Advocate for wellness and successful construction company owner Gabriel Btesh continues to drive well-being and professional integrity throughout Panama.
Three decades on, Panama City construction sector mogul Gabriel Btesh remains as committed to well-being as when he first started out in the industry as a young man in the 1980s. Building a legacy for himself and his family, as well as for the people of Panama, Btesh provides a closer look at his professional beliefs and the promise he made to himself more than 30 years ago.
“When I first started out in construction, I made a promise to myself,” reveals Btesh, a firm believer in the importance of family and ethical business practices. “I promised myself,” he continues, “that I would strive to support not only my family but the people of Panama and the country as a whole.”
Over the course of the last ten years alone, the construction company boss believes that he and the firm have directly created upwards of 10,000 jobs across the nation. Several thousand more jobs have stemmed indirectly, he also states, from the company’s many completed retail, leisure, and entertainment industry projects.
Btesh points out that where money is being regularly earned and spent, standards of living improve, wellness increases, and the economy benefits. “Earnings and money spent circulate in a positive and accumulative manner, both locally and throughout the country, helping the wider economy and the people of Panama to continue to thrive,” he explains.
“Construction, in particular, is booming in Panama,” suggests Btesh, “with several so-called ‘megaprojects’ recently completed, under construction, or in planning.”
Characterized by massive investment commitment, vast organizational complexity, and long-lasting societal and economic impact, such construction megaprojects are generally considered as those costing over one billion U.S. dollars, according to the expert.
Gabriel Btesh has previously marked Panama City’s 500th anniversary of founding, his own 30-year commitment to architectural integrity, and has revealed extensive details of an ongoing professional legacy centered largely around wellness, well-being, and a strengthened economy.
He remains, he says, at the very forefront of socially conscious construction in Panama.
Also having provided insight into the growing Central and South American construction sector, and discussing raising the bar for architectural integrity in the region, Btesh maintains a strong philosophy when it comes to his company’s construction industry success.
“I continue to remain wholly committed,” he adds, wrapping up, “to architectural integrity, well-being, and better-than-ever standards of living across the country and elsewhere in Central and South America.”