For Three Decades, Triton Act Has Been a Byword for Success In the Construction Industry
“OUR WHOLE LIFE CAN BASICALLY be summed up in these three decades in the industry. We have evolved not only on a professional, but also on a personal level. We have many clients that have remained at our side for more than 25 years. Employees, as well. Our team is our most important asset. Reading history books turned me into a admirer of Theodoros Karaiskakis. He knew everything about his team, and was able to inspire them and achieve the best possible outcome. That's what I aspire to do. This is what the company’s great legacy to the next generation will be.”
Emmanouil Chatzimanolakis, founder of TRITON ACT, adheres to the company's founding values: reliability, consistency and honesty.
“We take pride in completing every project - no matter big or small - on time and on budget. Other aspects of our work we take pride in are introducing new products and innovative services, equal working conditions, presenting a team that consists of both sexes and various ages and ethnicities, being a reliable partner to client-vendors and banks, andrealizing the importance of our social footprint and the environmental responsibility we carry as a company,” says the founder.
TRITON ACT specialises in the study and construction of special-purpose buildings, mostly hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centres, and hotels. They have worked on some of the country’s largest hospitals.
“It is an honour for our company to have been able to work with almost the entirety of the Health sector of the country,” Chatzimanolakis says. “It is a great challenge to deliver practical, functional yet aesthetically pleasing spaces that are to be used by both patients and the medical staff. We have incorporated various international trends in our constructions, emphasising not only ergonomics but also aesthetics.” Looking forward to many more decades ahead, the founder is resolute in steering TRITON ACT in the same direction, honoring the same vision. “Our company values have remained the same ever since we first started,” he explains, “but we‘ve also quickly adjusted to the technological developments and environmental issues of our time.”
-"GREECE IS" MAGAZINE, ISSUE #51 | WINTER 2021-2022