75 Yulgok-Ro, Jongno-Gu
Seoul, Seoul, 03058 South Korea
Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC) is one of South Korea's largest construction and civil engineering companies. The company provides services for a wide variety of projects, including harbors and terminals, bridges and highways, dams, nuclear and other power plants, petrochemical plants, commercial buildings, and high-rise apartments. The firm has built industrial, infrastructure, commercial, hospitality, and multifamily residential projects (under the Hillstate brand) in approximately 50 countries. HDEC was the former parent of
Looking to strengthen its international business, it maintains operations in about 20 countries, primarily in Asia and the Middle East. Key recent projects include a $2.1 billion construction contract for the Ras Laffan IWPP power plant in Qatar and the Colombo Port Expansion in Sri Lanka.
HDEC was founded as Hyundai Civil Works Company in 1947. South Korea president Lee Myung-bak served as the company's chairman from 1998 to 2002.
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