Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp.
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
Key Executives for Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp.
Chief of Finance Department and Deputy Managing Director
Senior Managing Director and Director of Business Development Division
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp. Key Developments
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.
Saltic Selects Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp. for Chlor-Alkali and EDC Complex in Oman
Nov 19 12
Saltic (Salalah, Oman) has appointed Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corp. to build a $500-million chlor-alkali and ethylene dichloride (EDC) complex at the Salalah Free Zone in Oman. Saltic has been granted an industrial license by the government of Oman and signed a 25-year lease, with an option to extend, with Salalah Free Zone, for about 35 hectares of land for the project. The company has also received an environmental permit from the Ministry of Environmental and Climatic Affairs (Muscat) to proceed with the complex. The facility will be designed to produce 1,000 m.t./day of caustic soda and 1,231 m.t./day of EDC. The chlor-alkali unit will use membrane-cell technology licensed from Chlorine Engineers Corp. (Tokyo), a wholly owned subsidiary of De Nora (Milan). Construction is due to start this quarter with completion scheduled for early 2015. SNC Lavalin and STX (Seoul) have provided cost estimates for the plants as well as for ethylene loading facilities at the nearby port of Salalah. Saltic has also concluded contracts for the supply of ethylene and the offtake of EDC and caustic soda.
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