"Companies are increasingly migrating to more sustainable spaces", says CEO of Noah


SiiLA went to Noah's headquarters at the International Plaza's coworking space, in the JK region, in São Paulo, for an interview with Nico Theodorakis, CEO of construtech, about sustainable developments for the real estate market.

Noah brings the concept of buildings that use engineered wood, known abroad as cross-laminated timber, as the primary raw material. In the interview, the executive explains all aspects of sustainability involved in projects that use Pinus wood, from reforestation to real estate projects worldwide.

"It is a product that brings flexibility for industrialisation, it is structurally very efficient, it is strong, light and brings several added benefits", explains Nico. According to Noah's CEO, engineered wood replaces part of the use of steel and concrete, representing about 11% of CO² emissions globally.

"We adopted the term' fly to sustainability', which is nothing more than seeing companies increasingly migrating to more sustainable processes, concepts and spaces," said Nico. According to Noah's CEO, the company has been observing people getting ready to acquire this type of product. This movement is being mainly driven by shareholders and stakeholders, who demand actions from companies in this regard.

In the video, Nico also emphasises the main advantages of projects in engineered wood, challenges in the sector and brings success stories. Press play to check out the full content.