Hanwha Engineering & Construction specializes in devising and building large scale civil infrastructure, ranging from the EcoMetro project, which incorporates solar panels and other environmentally sensitive features, to resorts, shopping centers schools, stadiums and industrial manufacturing plants.
The company’s extensive portfolio of projects encompasses virtually every segment of the construction industry. In the civil works field, it has built transportation, port, and water treatment facilities. In the industrial plant field, it has built power plants, oil and gas plants, and food waste plants. In the commercial field, it has built office buildings, resorts, shopping centers, hospitals, schools, stadiums, and exhibition centers. In the residential field, it has built over 30,000 apartments and mixed-use units to date.
In addition to various projects in Korea, Hanwha is spreading its global footprints by focusing in the field of Civil Engineering and Construction. Chemical plant construction orders are in succession in the Middle East and North Africa region and a large-scale real estate development project is constantly deployed in Americas. In 2011, Hanwha E&C won the Marafiq Yanbu desalination plant construction in Saudi Arabia worth $ 1.25 billion. In 2012, it has succeeded on Korea's biggest overseas construction project in history, Iraq's $8 billion new city construction, which will provide 100,000 housing to the Bismayah(10 km southeast of Baghdad) region.
The company is also an international leader in bringing solar energy into the mainstream by building integrated photovoltaics and zero-energy solar housing strategies that make homes and businesses cleaner, more economical and greener.
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