ISSA is first and foremost customer driven. In each of the sectors that we operate we deliver professional, reliable outcomes that contribute to our excellent reputation.
The company’s business operations are centred upon Property Development, Property Management and Property Construction – encompassing all aspects of architectural concepts and design, project evaluations and development, ground-up construction, sales and rentals, and supplementary property management and maintenance services.
When the company was first established it was based on the professional expertise of Mr Abdulah Issa, an experienced architect and construction consultant.
Having successfully been involved in the project concept and design of many progressive and innovative buildings, Mr Issa decided that by creating his own construction company he would be able to better control quality, and manage an entire project from start to finish.
Over the following twenty years, the company became one of the major construction and property development organisations in the region. Mr Issa maintained a detailed, and very hands-on focus for every project, and through a disciplined client-centred approach, built a reputation for exceptionally high standards of luxury and build-quality, and for meeting strict completion deadlines.
As a significant Cypriot landowner and developer, Issa Developments & Construction is well aware of the substantial benefits of integrating sustainable design principles into our new developments; sustainability is a natural extension of our service offering.
We care about our country, and its future. So our long-term philosophy includes a sustainable approach to the environment, together with sensitive consideration of our social and economic responsibilities to the wider community. In optimising the sustainability potential of our building and development projects we will:
• instigate green-design initiatives
• locate and position a property ideally, to minimise its environmental impacts
• deliver long-term benefits for clients and the local community