Hyundai Engineering & Construction
|Headquarters||Seoul, South Korea|
|Key people||Soo Hyun Jung (President & CEO)|
|Hyundai Engineering & Construction|
|Revised Romanization||Hyeondae Geonseol|
Hyundai Engineering and Construction Co., Ltd. KRX: 000720 (abbreviation: HDEC) is a major construction company in South Korea which has carried out projects not only in Korea but around the world. The company was founded by Chung Ju-yung in 1947 as the Hyundai Civil Works Company, and was a major component of the Hyundai Group. Hyundai Construction and Hyundai Engineering merged in 1999.
Hyundai Construction played a major role in the importation of Korean labourers to the Middle East to work on construction projects there in the 1970s and 1980s; in the decade following 1975, when Hyundai signed their first contract in the region, for construction of a shipyard for the Iranian Navy near Bandar-e Abbas, 800,000 Koreans went to work in Saudi Arabia, and another 25,000 went to Iran; Hyundai was their largest employer.
The company was under creditors' management (Korea Exchange Bank being the largest creditor) from 2001 to 2006, as Hyundai Group was split into several entities. As of March 2007, HDEC is the main shareholder of Hyundai Merchant Marine, which is the de facto holding company of Hyundai Group. Hyundai Group and Hyundai Motor Group (another spin-off from Hyundai Group) are both vying to purchase HDEC.
Hyundai Motor Group is a new owner of Hyundai Eng. & Const.,co.,ltd in 2011 by Korean banks' decision after defeating Hyundai (merchang maarine: the 2nd largest shipping co., in Korea after Hanjin shipping ) Group.
Key landmark construction sites
- Kyeong-bu(Seoul-Busan) express way
- North Han river, Soyanggang Dam, multipurpose Dam
- Seoul Gangnam apartment introduction in Korea during 1970
- Hyundai Ulsan shipyard
- Hyundai Motor Ulsan complex
- Ulsan Industrial complex
- Posco Giant Pohang and Gwangyang(South-west of Korean peninsula) complex.
- Jubail Industrial harbour construction
- Singapore Suntec tower project
- Ulsan Grand Bridge
- Geogeum Grand Bridge
- Masan Changwon Grand Bridge
Major Hyundai Entities (formerly Hyundai Group)
- Hyundai Motor Company, a division of Hyundai Motor Group
- Hyundai Heavy Industries
- Hyundai Asan, a division of Hyundai Group
- Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC) / Hyundai E&C Group
- Hyundai Department Store Group
- Hyundai Development Group
- Hyundai Electronics, renamed as Hynix in 2001
- Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance Group, Hyundai marine fire insurance group
Hyundai E&C Group
- Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC / Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd )
- Hyundai Engineering (HEC), HEC or Hyundai Engineering Co. Ltd
- Hyundai Equipment & Steel Industries
- Hyundai Design
- Hyundai Farm
- Hyundai CNI
- Hyundai Hillstate
- Hyundai Education
- Suwon Hyundai Engineering & Construction Hillstate
- Economy of South Korea
- List of Korea-related topics
- CentGas consortium
- List of South Korean companies
- 현대건설, 엔지니어링 합병
- Seok, Hyunho (1991). "Korean migrant workers to the Middle East". In Gunatilleke, Godfrey (ed.). "Migration to the Arab World: Experience of Returning Migrants". United Nations University Press. pp. 56–103. ISBN 9280807455.
- Steers, Richard M. (1999). Made in Korea: Chung Ju Yung and the Rise of Hyundai. United Kingdom: Routledge. pp. 109–117. ISBN 0-415-92050-7.
- Hyundai Group (English) website
- Hyundai Group (Korean) website
- HYUNDAI CONGLOMERATES OF KOREA (English)
- Hyundai Engineering and Construction (Korean) website
- Hyundai Engineering and Construction (English) Website
- Hyundai Engineering (English) website
- Hyundai Engineering & Construction (English) Hikot Page