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Examples of "ccecc"
In 2009, CCECC completed both bores of the 8.6 km Carmel Tunnels in Haifa, Israel.
In 2014, CCECC won a contract to build Carlebach undergraund station of Tel Aviv Light Rail.
The project was once again delayed in September 2008, when CCECC demanded that the contract with Carmelton be re-negotiated due to the increase in costs which CCECC had to deal with, mainly due to a rise in construction materials costs. Construction work was disrupted for over a month, first slowing down and eventually stopping completely. Work was resumed on October 23, 2008.
In 2014, CCECC is building a double track standard gauge railway from Lagos to Kano, in Nigeria.
In 2014, CCECC completed both bores of the 4.6 km Gilon tunnel on the 23 km Acre–Carmiel line under construction in northern Israel.
China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation Ltd. (abbreviation CCECC) was established in June 1979 under the approval of the State Council of the People's Republic of China.
In 2015, CCECC won a contract to build undergraund stations and to bore tunnels of eastern part of Tel Aviv Light Rail.
In June 2015, the companies Danya Cebus and China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation(CCECC) won the 700 Million NIS tender to build underground Carlebach station of the Tel Aviv light rail's red line.
The project was built by Carmelton, a subsidiary of Ashtrom and Shikun UVinui, two of the largest infrastructure companies in Israel, and the tunnels were bored by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), a Chinese company specializing in tunnel boring.
The contract was awarded to the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), with advisory services being provided by CPCS Transcom Limited. Lagos State is financing construction of the Blue Line from its own resources.
In 2013, CCECC of China is to build a new line from a container harbour at Dorrale to the border Dewiele Frontière (near Ali Sabieh), on the way to Ethiopia. The new line junctions at Dewale.
In March 2011 Chad and China Civil Engineering Construction Corp (CCECC) reached agreement on a (estimated $7 billion) contract to build over 1300 km of standard gauge railway lines in Chad. The lines would be built primarily for freight but would also carry passengers. In August 2011 Sudan, Chad and the Export-Import Bank of China were reported to have reached an agreement to construct a cross border line from Chad's capital to the rail line at Nyala, Sudan. On 24 December 2011 the Ministry of Transport & Civil Aviation of Chad and CCECC signed the agreement (then valued at $5.6 billion) for the line's construction - with construction planned to start in February 2012.
Its business scope expands from international contracting for railway construction to civil engineering design & consultancy, real estate development, trading, industrial investment and hotel management as well. The business activities of CCECC have expanded to over 40 countries and regions where more than 20 overseas offices or subsidiaries have been established. With its excellent performance and high quality in services, CCECC has been listed among the world's top 255 international contractors for many years and ranked consecutively among the first 70 in recent years by the Engineering News Record "ENR".
However, various difficulties delayed the opening of the route. Railway supplies were being stolen by miscreants, forcing CCECC to build a corridor fence to secure the tracks. The decline in the value of the Nigerian naira led to a shortfall in government funding for the project. Delays arose in the acquisition of land required for the railway through compulsory purchase. Although CCECC had marked the Daughters of Charity hospital in Abuja for demolition in 2014, the government did not pay compensation to the hospital until April 2016.
Fu Fai Garden () is a HOS and PSPS court on the reclaimed land in Ma On Shan Town Centre, near MTR Ma On Shan Station. Jointly developed by the Hong Kong Housing Authority and CCECC (HK), the court has two blocks built in 1992.
The construction of the Abuja–Kaduna segment cost $876 million, consisting of $500 million in loans from the Exim Bank of China and the balance coming from the Nigerian government. The China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) originally expected to complete the project in December 2014.
The concession to build and operate the Red Line was awarded in December 2006 to the Metropolitan Transportation Solution (MTS) Consortium, which consists of Africa Israel Investments, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), Soares da Costa (Portugal), the Egged Bus Cooperative, Siemens, and the Dutch transportation company HTM.
As chairman of the Senate Committee on Land Transport, in October 2008 Lado said the Ministry had not briefed him on a decision to temporarily suspend an 8.3 billion dollar railway modernization project, which had been awarded in 2006 to the Chinese construction firm China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) during the administration of President Olusegun Obasanjo.
Phase I of the civil works, which was performed by Roko Construction, cost UGX:42.5 billion. In August 2012, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) was awarded the contract to complete the construction of the second phase of the project at a contract price of UGX:222.3 billion. This brings the total construction price to UGX:264.8 billion.
It performs international contracting and economic cooperation, CCECC has been developed from the earlier Foreign Aid Department of the Ministry of Railways (with the experience of executing the biggest foreign-aid project of China, the TAZARA) into a large-scale state-owned enterprise for project contracting.