Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp. provides property development and construction services in South Korea, the United States, Asia, and the Middle East. The company constructs power, water treatment, chemical treatment, and petrochemical plants; environmental and industrial projects; new city development projects; and roads, railroads, industrial and residential complexes, pipelines and ports, bridges/tunnels/subways, landfills/site development projects, and water treatment and land purification projects. It also constructs office, leisure, rental and sales, medical and educational, and special facilities; and apartments, officetels, and mixed-use complexes. In addition, the company off...
3F~5F No. 1 Janggyo-dong
Founded in 1978
Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp. Wins SAR 3.5 Billion Contract to Build Phosphoric Acid Plant
Dec 23 13
Hanwha Engineering & Construction Co won a contract to build a phosphoric acid plant worth SAR 3.5 billion. The plant will have a production capacity of 1.5 million tonnes per year.
Maaden Gold and Base Metals Company Signs over SAR 1 Billion Contract to Construct Ad Duwayhi Gold Plant with Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp
Feb 25 13
Ma'aden Company announced that its affiliate, Ma'aden Gold and Base Metals Company has signed a contract worth SAR 1.018 billion with Hanwha Engineering and Construction to construct a Gravity-CIL Gold Processing Plant at the Ad Duwayhi Gold Mine site currently under development in a remote area of the desert between Riyadh and Taif. The Ad Duwayhi Gold Mine Facility is a key part of Ma'aden's programme to develop several new gold mine facilities in the central western region of Saudi Arabia which contains much of the Kingdom's gold rich ore deposits. The project will help create approximately 144 direct jobs, 200 indirect jobs in the surrounding area, and an estimated 600 jobs with contractors and service suppliers. In addition, Ma'aden will contribute to regional sustainability and enhance education quality by providing mining training courses in cooperation with Missouri University of Science and Technology and TVTC.