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Hanwha Engineering & Construction


Hanwha E&C has rapidly grown into a global player by leveraging its extensive experience in construction projects and by implementing its new technologies and long-term expertise in constructing a range of industrial, chemical, and power plants, civil engineering works, commercial buildings, and more. We have averaged an annual growth rate of 30 percent since 2002, and won international recognition. We’ve been recognized as a top global contractor in Engineering News Record and our works often referred to as the “bible of the construction industry.”

Hanwha Engineering & Construction


The USD 10.1 billion Bismayah New City, the largest urban development project in Iraq’s modern history, is Hanwha E&C’s flagship project. It is the world's largest new urban construction project that includes infrastructure facilities for 100,000 households and 300 schools. The first overseas project of its kind by a South Korean company, Bismayah New City is recognized as a key project in global new city development.

In 2014, we demonstrated our technological prowess by successfully building the world’s largest domed arena in the Philippines, a bridgehead for our Southeast Asian market entry. We also are building power and petrochemical plants in the Middle East and North Africa, and developing largescale real estate projects in the Americas.

In South Korea, Hanwha E&C has been responsible for the nation’s largest urban development projects that have included the construction of homes for more than 60,000 households at 84 sites. We led the industry by pioneering advances in large-scale site construction, including Daedeok Techno Valley, South Korea’s first development project to build an entire city.

We also developed the nation’s first advanced membrane filtration water treatment technology and sewage water treatment technology. By providing world-class leading-edge technology and eco-friendly green energy, we are raising the bar in the water treatment field.

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