Lebanese Council for Development and Reconstruction
The Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR) is a Lebanese governmental organisation that was established during the Lebanese civil war 1977 and took a major role in the sequence of rebuilding the damaged infrastructure of the country.
CDR is engaged in all phases of project implementation from planning, feasibility analysis, detailed design, bidding, expropriation, execution, and operation and mainetenance of most public facilities on the behalf of the Government of Lebanon or other Lebanese public establishments.
CDR benefits from the services of many local and/or international contractors and consultant companies to assist and control the process of construction and operation of the diverse public facilities.
Find more information at the CDR website.
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