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China State Construction Engineering Corporation
中国建筑工程总公司
Type State-owned enterprise
Founded 1982
Headquarters People's Republic of China Beijing, China
Area served China
Key people Chairman: Mr. Sun Wenjie
Industry Property and Real Estate Construction
Owner(s) Chinese Government (100%)
Divisions China Construction Design International (CCDI)
Subsidiaries China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited
Website China State Construction Engineering Corporation
China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited
中国建筑股份有限公司
Type State-owned enterprise
Founded 2007
Headquarters People's Republic of China Beijing, China
Area served China
Key people Chairman: Mr. Sun Wenjie
Industry Property and Real Estate Construction
Parent China State Construction Engineering Corporation
Website China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited

The China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) (simplified Chinese: 中国建筑工程总公司) is the largest construction company and the largest international general contractor in the People's Republic of China.

The CSCEC in 1982 as a state company. In 2002, CSCEC, international trade journal Engineering News-Record (ENR) ranked 16 of the world's largest international general contractor, and ranked 10 of China's largest companies by revenue or 12th rank in companies assets. The company with assets as of June amounted to 74.1 billion RMB in 2002, far ahead of the next largest construction companies in China. The total turnover of CSCEC since its inception was then estimated at 434.7 billion RMB, of which 30% abroad. 2006, the consolidated annual turnover at 117 billion RMB (equivalent to 11.2 billion euros or 18.6 billion Swiss francs).

Main business units of the group are planning and design, project development, equipment leasing, trade, construction and facilities management.

More than 66 construction projects carried out by CSCEC received the Lu Ban Award, the highest award in Chinese construction. Already prices of the 27 National Scientific and Technology Advancement Award (for national scientific and technical progress) has won CSCEC, including three 1st Price.

The CSCEC has built numerous branches or subsidiaries. It is divided into five main divisions and twelve traditional core business areas, including eight Group's engineering offices and four Design Institutes, as well as its own national research laboratory. At the end of 2002, the CSCEC 122,500 employees, of which 62,300 technical and administrative staff and 500 graduates of the China Engineering Academy. President of the company is Sun Wenjie.

Its subsidiary and listed company, China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited (simplified Chinese: 中国建筑股份有限公司) (SSE: 601668), was established in 2007. It was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2009 with its IPO price at RMB$4.18 per share. The shares closed at RMB$6.53, 56% higher than its IPO price, at the first trading day. It was the world's biggest IPO in 2009, raising the capital of US$7.3 billion.[1][2]

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Sukh Chayn Gardens Housing Estate is a Gated Community in the suburbs of Lahore, Pakistan.

  • Federazija Complex, Tower A (Ostturm), Moscow: Europe's highest skyscraper, under construction
  • Beijing National Aquatics Centre ( "Water Cube", water cube): the new Chinese national Swimmcenter in Beijing (draft planning in community with the Australian company PTW Architects, the office Ove Arup, and China Construction Design International (CCDI).
  • Shun Hing Square, Shenzen
  • Missile test center of the Shenzhou Space Center (one of the three largest Chinese projects of the eighth five year plan, won the 1st prize for national scientific and technical progress)
  • Test Centre for Space Technology, Beijing
  • International Trade Center, Shenzhen
  • Exhibition Center of the China International Hi-tech Products Fair, Shenzhen (draft plan)
  • Tennis Center, Shenzen
  • Biyun Sky Garden, Shenzhen
  • Airport Passenger Terminal Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok
  • Lufthansa Center, Beijing, 1992
  • Church of Shenzen (Design)
  • Culture and Art Center in Zhong Shan (draft plan)
  • POSCO Plaza, Shanghai
  • Sun Flower Tower, Beijing
  • Zhongrong Mansion, Zhong Shan
  • Jiangsu Mansion, Shenzen
  • Main administration building of the Bank of China, Hong Kong
  • SunCrest Garden, Beijing
  • Embassy House, Beijing
  • Hines Park Avenue, Beijing
  • COSC Building, Shanghai
  • Siemens Signaling-company building, Xi'an
  • Nokia Mobile Telecom fabrication building, Beijing
  • Haier companies building (refrigerator manufacturer), South Carolina, USA
  • Savcor coatings company building, Beijing
  • Fuding Hospital, Fuzhou
  • Toronto International Hospital, Beijing
  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Alcatel Bell Training Center, Shanghai
  • Chongqing University Training Center, Chongqing
  • German School, Beijing, 2000
  • Research and Development Center of Peking University
  • Medical College, Oran, Algeria
  • Enlargement of the Australian Embassy, Beijing
  • Embassy of Malaysia, Beijing
  • New German Embassy, Beijing
  • Villa at the Consulate General in China, New York City, USA
  • Auchan hypermarket, Shanghai
  • Zheng Yang Plaza, Guilin
  • Sheraton Hotel, Pine Club, Algiers, Algeria
  • Marriott Hotel, Shanghai
  • Kempinski Hotel, Beijing
  • A-One Hotel, Pattaya, Thailand
  • Xianyang International Airport, Xi'an
  • Baiyun International Airport, Guangzhou
  • Taoxian International Airport, Shenyang
  • Stadium project Stade des Martyrs, Kinshasa, Zaire
  • Cricket Stadium, Barbados
  • Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Huanan Art Gymnasium, Jingsu (draft plan)
  • Gymnasium, Algiers, Algeria
  • Bayer Caojing Chemical Park, Shanghai
  • Bayer Pharmaceutical Services, Beijing
  • Aventis Pharmaceutical Services, Beijing
  • Customs Authority, Xi'an
  • Bao'an administrative centre, Shenzhen
  • Army Camp, Botswana
  • National Geological Information Center, Botswana
  • Underground water reservoir, Mmankgodi (in Gaborone), Botswana
  • Gerald Road, Francistown, Botswana
  • Binh Thuan Roadway Project SM2/SM3, South Saigon, Vietnam
  • Culasi, Antique-Patnaongon Highway, Panay, Philippines
  • Zhoukou-Expressway Shenqiu, Henan
  • North irrigation project Jazir, Iraq
  • New Hindiya dam, including railway bridge, the Euphrates, Iraq
  • Boukourdane Dam, Algeria
  • Pinatubo protection dam (construction phase 2), Philippines
  • Mae Kuang Dam, Thailand
  • Bridge Center Haikou, Hainan
  • Bridge over the river Ying Chun, Tianshui, Gansu Province
  • Rama Bridge, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Sukh Chayn Gardens Housing Estate, Lahore, Pakistan.
  • 21st Century Tower, Shanghai

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