Turkey’s TAV tops airport construction worldwide
ISTANBULTurkey’s TAV Construction has once again become the world’s largest airport construction company in 2015 on the global list released by the Engineering News-Record (ENR), the company announced in a press release on Jan. 4.
The total contract value of the projects TAV Construction has undertaken so far has exceeded $17.2 billion.
One of the most respected magazines of the sector, ENR announced the world’s largest construction companies based on the projects they undertook in 2015. Being the only Turkish company listed in the “transportation” category amongst the top 30 companies, TAV Construction was also listed amongst the top five companies in the “airport” category.
“We are glad and proud to once again to be top rated by ENR and successfully represent our country in engineering and contracting in the global arena. Starting with the construction of Istanbul Atatürk Airport, the total contract value of the projects TAV Construction has undertaken so far exceed $17.2 billion. TAV Construction has become a globally recognized brand focusing on the design, construction and financing of airports. Today, the company is engaged in various global projects such as the construction of the Abu Dhabi Airport Midfield Terminal Complex in the United Arab Emirates, the Riyadh King Khaled Airport Terminal 5 in Saudi Arabia, the Jeddah King Abdulaziz Airport Aircraft Maintenance Hangars and the Muscat Airport Infrastructure Works in Oman. The expertise and know-how of more than 30,000 employees lie behind this success. TAV Construction will continue to seize new opportunities, particularly in airport projects, all around the world in 2016,” said TAV Group President and CEO Sani Şener.
TAV Construction completed the following airport projects across the world, as mentioned in the press release: The Ankara Esenboğa, İzmir Adnan Menderes and Gazipaşa Alanya airports in Turkey, the Enfidha Airport in Tunisia, the Cairo Terminal 3 in Egypt, the Emirates Hangars in the United Arab Emirates, the Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Airport in Medina, the Hamad Airport Passenger Terminal Complex in Qatar, the Skopje and Ohrid airports in Macedonia, Tbilisi, and the Batumi airports in Georgia.