Hyundai E&C is stepping up its efforts for corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. Korea’s primary builder has assumed its social responsibility by constantly promoting its management concepts for “living together and sharing.” On May 20, about 30 executive and staff members wiped the floor and swept the dust away in Kyujanggak, a royal library, in Changdeokgung Palace as part of this year’s first campaign designed to conserve the royal palace. The campaign, which started in 2005 when it signed an agreement with the Cultural Heritage Administration, has been met with positive response, in that the firm strives to not only preserve and maintain cultural heritages located near its head office, but also introduce Korean traditional cultures being forgotten. The campaign will be waged more than three times a month by November. In addition, Hyundai E&C plans to play an active role in the CSR activities executed by Hyundai Motor Group. Under the slogan of “Moving the World Together,” Hyundai Motor Group is promoting a wide range of CSR activities around the world with an aim to pursue the happiness of human beings and build a sustainable society. As part of the activities, Hyundai E&C will take part in the support for cultural and arts events, a global volunteering group of youth and donation activities. Moreover, the company will establish ties with the Ministry of Environment and the Korea National Park Service to build volunteering centers in Korea’s major national parks.