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Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC)

Company Overview

Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) is a contracting company formed in 1952 and incorporated under the laws of Lebanon. The managing office is presently located in Athens, Greece.

CCC is by far the largest Engineering, Procurement and Construction Company in the Middle East and is rated by the ENR magazine as #18 among International Construction Companies.  CCC currently operates in 40 countries across 5 continents, employs over 140,000 employees from over 85 nationalities, building some of the most challenging and complex facilities.

Drawing on its long and successful experience, CCC can provide a full range of projects services, from Project Development, through detailed Engineering, Procurement and Construction, to Start-Up, Operation and Maintenance pertaining to the following:

  1.   Buildings and Civil Engineering Works

  2.   Oil & Gas, and Water Pipelines

  3.   Oil & Gas, and Petrochemical Plants and Refineries

  4.   Power Plants

  5.   Marine Works

  6.   Offshore Installations

  7.   Maintenance of Mechanical Installations and Underwater Structures

CCC's Core Values include:

  • Safety, Health & Environmental Protection.

  • Quality of Work

  • Responsibility And Accountability Of Management & Staff

  • Recognition of Others in the Achievement of Corporate Goals.

  • Respect for Local Cultural Issues on all its Projects.

  • Ethical Behavior, Integrity, Honesty & Fairness.

  • Sustainability & Planning for the Long-Term Good of the Company, Employees & the Local Communities where Projects are located.

Corporate Social Responsibility is always a project in progress like the rest of CCC's business. Every CCC activity and practice is meant to make a lasting impact, economically, socially and environmentally.

In this context, CCC has provided financial assistance to various HIV/AIDS organizations and has also sponsored a local project in the region of Botswana and Mozambique which provided care for AIDS orphans.