TAV announced as top airport construction firm for 2015

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Turkish engineering firm TAV Construction has been announced as the top firm for airport construction in 2015 after undertaking more than US$17.2bn worth of projects, starting with the construction of Istanbul Atatürk Airport in Turkey. Engineering News-Record (ENR), a publication dedicated to the construction sector, announced the results following its analysis of the market data available for the world’s top engineering firms.

Sani Şenerstated, president and CEO of TAV Group, said, “We are glad and proud to once again be top rated by ENR and successfully represent our country in engineering and contracting in the global arena.

“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 Abu Dhabi Airport Midfield Terminal Complex in the United Arab Emirates (UAE); Riyadh King Khaled Airport Terminal 5 and Jeddah King Abdulaziz Airport aircraft maintenance hangars in Saudi Arabia; and 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 the new opportunities, particularly in airport projects, all around the world in 2016.”

TAV Construction completed several airport projects in 2015 at locations including Ankara Esenboğa, Izmir Adnan Menderes and Gazipaşa Alanya airports in Turkey; Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport in Tunisia; Cairo International Airport Terminal 3 in Egypt; Emirates hangars in the UAE; Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz Airport in Saudi Arabia; Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex in Qatar; Skopje and Ohrid airports in Macedonia; and Tbilisi and Batumi international airports in Georgia.

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