Shaanxi Construction Engineering Group Corporation

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Shaanxi Construction Engineering Group Corporation
State owned enterprise
IndustryConstruction, engineering
HeadquartersXi'an, China
Number of employees
21,039[1]
WebsiteShaanxi Construction Engineering (in English)

Shaanxi Construction Engineering Group Corporation (operates as Top International Engineering Corporation in international markets) is a Chinese construction and engineering contractor. SCEGC was established in 1950, and is among the Top 500 Chinese Corporations.[1]

Projects[edit]

The company in overseas operations is active across Africa and a few countries elsewhere. The main concentration of overseas branches is in West Africa with subsidiaries in Cameroon, Sao Tome & Principe, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea, Liberia, Gabon, Nigeria, Ghana, and Cape Verde. Other offices are located in the UAE, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, and Congo.[2]

In Ghana, it is the leading sub-contractor in a joint project with local firms to build 320 apartment blocks comprising 2,560 units designated by the government to meet an affordable housing shortfall.[3]

Philanthropy[edit]

During the 2007 floods in the Upper East Region of Ghana, the local subsidiary of SGEGC made a cash donation to relief for flood victims.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Brief Introduction". Shaanxi Construction Engineering.
  2. ^ "Membership of SCEGC". Shaanxi Construction Engineering.
  3. ^ "Local Firm To Build 10,000 Affordable Housing Units". Daily Graphic. March 12, 2012.
  4. ^ "More Donations for UE Flood Victims". The Accra Daily Mail. September 20, 2007.

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