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China State Construction Engineering Corporation
中国建筑工程总公司
Perusahaan milik negeri
IndustriPembinaan
Ditubuhkan1957; 64 tahun yang lalu (1957)
Ibu pejabatBeijing, Republik Rakyat China
Tempat diberi khidmat
Seluruh dunia
Tokoh penting
  • Yi Jun (bekas Pengerusi)
    (bekas CEO)
  • Guan Qing (Pengerusi)
    (Setiausaha Parti)
PemilikKerajaan Pusat China
IndukSASAC[1]
China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited (56.26%)
Laman web rasmi
www.cscec.com.cn

China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) (Cina ringkas: 中国建筑工程总公司Cina tradisional: 中國建築工程總公司pinyin: zhōng guó jiàn zhù gōng chéng zǒng gōng sī) ialah syarikat pembinaan terbesar di dunia dengan hasil dan kontraktor am ke-14 terbesar dari segi jualan di luar negara, sehingga 2016.[2][3][4]

Kebanyakan aset CSCEC kini ditukar ke bursa saham sebagai China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited (CSCECL), CSCEC mengekalkan beberapa aset seperti sekolah dan hospital, serta kepentingan dalam China Construction International Corporation (Cina ringkas: 中国对外建设总公司) yang tidak dapat dipindahkan. Oleh itu, CSCEC memberikan hak penyeliaan syarikat tersenarai.[5]

Projek[sunting | sunting sumber]

Shun Hing Square, Shenzhen
  • Construction of the Great Mosque of Algiers ($1.5 billion)[6]
  • Realization of the new university town of Constantine ($520 million)[7]
  • New extension of Algiers airport ($550 million) [7]
  • Construction of the proposed new capital of Egypt[8][9][10][11]
  • Cairo International Conference Center, Egypt[12][13]
  • AU Conference Center and Office Complex, Ethiopia
  • New headquarters for Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, Ethiopia
  • Renovation of the Alexander Hamilton Bridge, New York City, New York[14]
  • Ventilation shafts for the 7 Subway Extension, New York City, New York
  • Sukh Chayn Gardens Housing Estate is a gated community in the suburbs of Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Federation Tower, Tower A (Ostturm), Moscow: Europe's highest skyscraper
  • Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai
  • 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)
  • Airport Passenger Terminal Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok
  • Main administration building of the Bank of China, Hong Kong
  • Haier companies building (refrigerator manufacturer), South Carolina, USA
  • Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • National Athletics & Football Stadium, Grenada
  • Enlargement of the Australian Embassy, Beijing
  • Embassy of Malaysia, Beijing
  • New German Embassy, Beijing
  • Sky City, Changsha
  • Villa at the Consulate General in China, New York City, USA
  • Sheraton Hotel, Pine Club, Algiers, Algeria
  • Marriott Hotel, Shanghai
  • Kempinski Hotel, Beijing
  • 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
  • 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
  • North irrigation project Jazir, Iraq
  • New Hindiya Dam, including railway bridge, the Euphrates, Iraq
  • Boukourdane Dam, Algeria
  • Mae Kuang Dam, Thailand
  • Rama Bridge, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 21st Century Tower, Shanghai
  • Arfa Karim Technology Park, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Lakeville Residences, Malaysia
  • Burj Qatar, Qatar
  • University hospital of Sfax, Tunisia (since 2016).
  • M5 Multan-Sukkar Motorways of Pakistan (CPEC)
  • Trump International Golf Club, Dubai[15]
  • Medical project in Cambodia ($73.6 million)[16]
  • Mixed-use real estate development in Australia ($466.8 million)[16]
  • A major highway in Argentina ($2.13 billion)[16]

Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ "Central enterprise directory" (dalam bahasa Cina). Diarkibkan daripada yang asal pada 2016-10-24. Dicapai pada 2016-10-21. Unknown parameter |dead-url= ignored (bantuan)
  2. ^ "Largest construction contractors worldwide based on revenue 2016 | Statistic". Statista (dalam bahasa Inggeris).
  3. ^ "11 Biggest Construction Companies in the World". Insider Monkey.
  4. ^ "The 2016 Top 250 International Contractors 1-100". Enr.com (dalam bahasa Inggeris).
  5. ^ "首次公开发行股票招股说明书" [IPO Prospectus] (PDF) (dalam bahasa Chinese). China State Construction Engineering Corporation Limited. 27 July 2009. m/s. 1-1-43 to 1-1-45. Dicapai pada 21 October 2016.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  6. ^ Lewis, Aidan (4 December 2017). "Building the world's tallest minaret". Bbc.com. Dicapai pada 4 December 2017.
  7. ^ a b "Archived copy". Diarkibkan daripada yang asal pada 2017-04-25. Dicapai pada 2017-04-23. Unknown parameter |dead-url= ignored (bantuan)CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ "Egypt signs deal with China Construction to build, finance, part of..." Dailymail.co.uk. Dicapai pada 4 December 2017.
  9. ^ "China construction to build Egypt's new parliament house". Xinhua News Agency. October 12, 2017. Dicapai pada January 14, 2018.
  10. ^ "Chinese firm finalizes deal for building huge business district in Egypt's new capital". People's Daily. October 12, 2017. Dicapai pada January 14, 2018.
  11. ^ "Egypt's prime minister breaks ground on new capital's $3 billion business district". Al-Ahram. 19 Mar 2018. Dicapai pada 2018-03-19.
  12. ^ "中埃成功合作项目--开罗国际会议中心". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China. 2004-06-16. Dicapai pada 2018-07-29.
  13. ^ "Projects". China State Construction Engineering Corporation Pakistan. 2004-06-16. Dicapai pada 2018-07-29.
  14. ^ Semple, Kirk (10 August 2011). "China Construction Co. Involved in New York's Public Works". The New York Times.
  15. ^ Wilkie, Christina (2017-09-11). "Trump's Dubai resort project has hired a Chinese state-owned firm". CNBC. Dicapai pada 2017-11-29.
  16. ^ a b c "'Belt and Road' Drives Into Argentina with $2 Billion Contract - Caixin Global". www.caixinglobal.com (dalam bahasa Inggeris). Dicapai pada 2018-08-13.

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