AP (Thailand) Public Company Limited (AP), the leader in the development of residential properties, on a mission to EMPOWER LIVING to deliver good quality of life to customers on their own terms, has extended help to construction partners, specifically contractors in compliance with the government’s policy guidelines requiring them to close workers camps for 30 days.
AP has renewed its SAVE LIVES, PROTECT PEOPLE campaign to give a helping hand to contractors building AP’s low-rise developments, including single detached houses and townhomes under construction in over 100 locations in Bangkok and its environs. Importantly, the company has helped with improving the quality of life of more than 8,000 construction workers by dispatching a caravan to deliver rice, eggs, dry foods, seasonings and drinking water to the workers camps while also helping with their power and water bills for a period of one month. The caravan was dispatched to The CITY Sukhumvit-Onnut.
In this extended phase under its major SAVE LIVES, PROTECT PEOPLE campaign, AP is seeking to save the quality of life for over 8,000 construction workers knowing that the first pressing issue is the need to feed the workers following the camp closures. In its pilot effort, AP is helping workers working for construction companies contracted to build low-rise developments by visiting the construction sites and delivering rice, eggs, dry foods and drinking water so the workers and their families living in the camps can use them to prepare meals. AP also offered to share their electricity and water bills expected to increase over the 30-day camp closing period.
AP sees this extension of help not just as a way to help contractors working together in partnership with it, but, importantly, also as support given to improve the quality of life for over 8,000 construction workers directly hit by the camp closures, who are not paid daily wages. AP hopes that this assistance will more or less help empower the quality of life for these construction workers under these harsh circumstances as well as the ecosystem of the building industry so everyone can take care of each other, fight together and get through the current crisis together as in every previous difficult time.