A global leader in engineering and construction, CCC has urged fellow firms around the world to commit to scaling up their investment in green building mega projects in coming years.
The call comes as the company issues its latest Sustainability Report, reporting global revenue of $5+ billion, 1,000+ projects completed worldwide, with operations in 38 countries and a workforce of 182,000.
CCC's President of Engineering and Construction, Samer Khoury, said there was an extensive need for more green building projects internationally.
"Across the MENA region, CCC has completed six certified green building projects, and we are currently managing nine major projects aiming for certification," Mr Khoury said.
"From a multipurpose hall in Qatar to the Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal Building, Opera Grand in Dubai, City Centre Almaza in Egypt and major mega projects in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kazakhstan and Palestine - we have seen outstanding results with a company-wide commitment to green projects.
"For the very near future, we see green building mega projects as a crucial construction investment globally."
CCC aligns its sustainability objectives and strategy with the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). CCC's strategy includes the consistent effort to ensure business ethics, anti-corruption, anti-bribery policies and sustainable growth in all forms of its operations.
CCC is a global leader in the engineering and construction industry. Established in 1952 and operating worldwide, CCC has provided more than 65 years of project management, engineering, procurement and construction services to the industry, is currently engaged in 56 ongoing projects globally, and employs around 182,000 people internationally.
CCC's construction operations span the globe including the CIS, Africa, Australasia and the GCC (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates) as well as other countries in the Middle East. CCC's partners include some of the most reputable engineering and construction companies in the World including Bechtel, Fluor, KBR, ABB, Chiyoda, JGC, Linde, Tecnicas Reunidas, Thyssen Krupp, Hochtief, Technip, Saipem and Bonnati to name a few.