Awards & Recognition, Sustainability

Flatiron Earns ISO Certification of Anti-Bribery Management Systems

Flatiron earned the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification ISO-37001 Anti-bribery Management Systems after an independent audit of the company’s systems and processes. This certification speaks to the company’s deeply ingrained ethical standards and strong compliance programs.

“At Flatiron, we run our projects and operations with the highest integrity and ethical standards,” said Javier Sevilla, Flatiron president and chief operating officer. “We are transforming infrastructure to build a more sustainable future.”

“ISO certification is a great accomplishment for all of Flatiron,” he added. “We take pride in our ethical operations and value our working relationships with customers and suppliers who share our goals.”

ISO 37001 certification is an internationally-recognized standard that guides organizations to prevent, detect and address bribery through policies, compliance, training and risk assessments.

Certification encompassed Flatiron’s sustainability commitments including:

  • Anti-corruption and anti-bribery
  • Responsible supply chain
  • Sustainable finance


About ISO
ISO is an independent, non-governmental international organization that brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant international standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges.


About Flatiron

Flatiron is the trusted partner to deliver innovative solutions to infrastructure challenges across the U.S. and Canada. Flatiron collaborates with public and private clients to deliver heavy civil infrastructure— including highways and bridges; aviation, rail and transit; dams and water treatment facilities; and underground projects. For more on how Flatiron is transforming infrastructure, visit Flatiron is a subsidiary of HOCHTIEF, an engineering-led global infrastructure group.


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