Turkey’s TAV second largest building firm
Hamad Airport in Doha was constructed by TAV Construction. Company photoTurkey’s TAV Construction, which has undertaken airport projects in the Middle East and the Gulf Region, has posted a turnover of $709.7 million, making it the second largest construction company in the world, according to a recent report.
TAV Construction’s total contract value has exceeded $16 billion, making it the world’s second largest company in the area, according to a respected industry publication, Engineering News Record (ENR).
The report announces the world’s largest construction companies regarding projects undertaken in each sector. TAV Construction “transport” sector 33 Bechtel ranks as the second largest company in airport construction.
“TAV Civil airport design, construction and financing of such a challenging and complex specialize in one area and grew rapidly and the industry’s leading brands in the input,” said TAV Group CEO Sani Şener. ENR has become a key barometer of measuring the success of companies around the world.
Şener, meanwhile, said TAV had become a role model for architects, engineers and operators around the world. “One can achieve the aim of rising to the top anywhere in the world by pursuing opportunities and working hard.”