The Rotary Club of Moca (May 2nd), a service institution founded on November 22nd of 1983, recognized the contributions of Therrestra to the Espaillat province.
The event reunites the tradable and corporate industries of the province and recognizes the meritorious work of industrial and commercial figures,
Club Activo 20-30 is an organization formed by young men and women with ages between 20 and 39 years old, without restrictions due religious or political views
During the high school graduation ceremony of Educare School, in Moca, our president Hugo Pérez Ovalles, conceded the award of the Therrestra Excellence to the student Laura Marie Rosario Sánchez.
This event has become the most influential in the construction sector of the Dominican Republic, thanks to the important national and international figures that participate in it
Our president and founder, Hugo Pérez Ovalles, affirmed the biggest challenge of the tourism in the Dominican Republic is the cooperation between the public and private industries to achieve sustainability in the medium-long term.
Our talent is the most important asset we count with at Therrestra; because of that, we held up a bonding activity with the slogan “I am because we are” with
Therrestra, a leader in the construction sector of the Dominican Republic and in the Caribbean, helped promote Tourism as a reliable tool to help materialize the tourist development projects of the country, amid the celebration of the most important Tourist Trade Show in Germany, The International Tourism Bourse (ITB) in Berlin, Germany.
Seizing the occasion, the Sales Manager for Therrestra, Pamela Pérez, explained that the tourist sector is one of the main levers of the economic development and a key partner of the construction and development sector, hence why, attending an event of this magnitude represents a great opportunity to do business networking and expand the customer portfolio.
The event featured the presence of some 10 thousand companies, from 184 companies worldwide, among them, some 30 companies were from the Dominican Republic, and an estimated attendance of 11,3500 business visitors.
Grupo Therrestra delivered its contribution to the Patronato Cibao de Rehabilitación (*The Cibao Rehabilitation Trust) through its Moca Branch, in the telethon hosted by the former, set on raising funds so the organization can continue offering its rehabilitation services to the most sensitive sectors of the municipality.
“Honoring our commitment with society, we engage in ensuring the continued development and services that the Trust offers the community”, so expressed Hugo Pérez Ovalles, Therrestra CEO.
The telethon, which is hosted annually on Televiaducto, Channel 58 in Moca, raised a total of RD$1.3MM this time, so that this health facility can continue to optimize its rehabilitation services.
A new materials lab will help train hundreds of Engineering students in Santiago. This practice space, hosted in the PUCMM University’s Santiago campus, has been made possible thanks to the interinstitutional agreement underwritten between the University and Grupo Therrestra, a company that aims to help facilitate the readiness of student talent within the engineering field, and tailor it to the needs of the current job market.
This lab facility will be used by hundreds of future civil engineers, whom will receive practical trainings every year, as well as preparedness sessions in asphalt and concrete, and compression; as well as storage of aggregates and drying. This is a classroom that will provide students with the necessary skills for the proper execution and rollout of all testing methods in the different areas of the construction sector, abiding by current norms. “To us at Therrestra, it makes us immensely proud that students will improve their academic training in a safe, modern space, which has been developed to meet the competitiveness and criteria of the international market”, as was explained by Hugo Pérez Ovalles, Therrestra Founder & CEO
The inaugural event for the lab, was headed by presbyter Dr. Alfredo De la Cruz Baldera, PUCMM Chancellor, and Hugo Pérez Ovalles, Therrestra CEO, as well as members of the Fundación Madre y Maestra, members of the Board of Directors, Department Heads, faculty and civil engineering students.
The facility, designed by Dominican architect Oscar Almánzar, Head of Planning for the PUCMM University and developed by the construction company CIMET SRL, features an approximate construction area of 156.25 m2 , and a ground-floor and dual system structure.