Daewoo Engineering & Construction (Hangul: 대우건설 Hanja: 大宇建設, KRX: 047040) is a Korean construction company founded and established in 1973, headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. The previous company name was Daewoo Construction Co, Ltd. Its main constructions in Korea include Wolseong Nuclear Power Plant, Nurimaru, Busan-Geoje Fixed Link. Its major constructions abroad consist of the Swani Hospital Project, Menara Telekom Tower and the Houay-Ho dam in Laos.
Daewoo Engineering & Construction branches into major categories of construction.
Oil and gas:Escravos GTL, NLNG Train Six Bonny Island, Algeria Oman Fertilizer Project, Arzew GNL 3Z Project
Power: Sur Independent Power Plant, Jorf Lasfar 5&6 Coal-fired Power Plant, Benghazi North Combined Cycle Power Plant, Ulsan Power Plant Extension Project, Hadong Thermal Power Plant No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
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