Engineering & Construction

Engineering & Construction

The new Turbo Solutions Group keeps things turning

When turbines turn smoothly, the wheels of business do likewise. Conversely, a problem with a turbine can throw a spanner in the works of a company. Samsung C&T Engineering & Construction’s Turbo Solutions Group is a team of specialists whose goal is to achieve stable trial operation through the inspection,

Samsung C&T E&C steps up efforts for green construction

To deal with the crisis of global warming, world leaders met in Glasgow earlier this month to outline climate commitments at the COP26 summit. This is giving a boost to carbon neutrality movements spreading throughout the world. In order to achieve the goal of net carbon emission neutrality, changes are

Samsung C&T’s E&C Group, a leader in the construction industry

In 2021, Samsung C&T Engineering & Construction Group successfully won several bids for large construction projects. In the industry, Samsung C&T is striving to go beyond merely doing business by working to solve safety, environmental, and social problems, leading a new developmental construction culture. Let’s find out about the performance

Passionate team leader, Lee Sung-doo interview

The FAB1) construction projects of Samsung C&T’s Engineering & Construction Group are renowned throughout the industry for their high standards. Samsung C&T’s E&C Group started its high-tech business in 1980, participating in the construction of Samsung Electronics’ semiconductor assembly plant in Bucheon, near Seoul. Since then, it has been a strong

Samsung C&T receives a top evaluation in the 2020 Win-Win Growth Index

Samsung C&T Engineering & Construction Group is striving to establish a culture of growing together with its partners. Thanks to these efforts, it achieved the highest grade in the 2020 Win-Win Growth Index evaluation for the second consecutive year. In the same evaluation, Samsung C&T’s Fashion Group received the second-highest

Remodeling is key to keeping a structure fresh and stable

The Louvre Museum in Paris was originally built as a fortress in 1190, then it was turned into a Royal Palace and then it became a museum. It has maintained its lofty reputation for over two centuries through good maintenance, renovation and remodeling. Unlike reconstruction, which involves demolishing and rebuilding

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