Excellent building engineering construction company
We have designed a wide variety of building structures in the public domain, including museums, libraries, visual and performing arts, colleges, universities, sports and community centres, and our experts have the comprehensive expertise and technical skills to provide innovative and world class solutions for unique and challenging construction projects, as well as consulting services at any stage of the asset cycle: Conception, planning, design, construction supervision and quality assurance.
Temporary works are an important part of the construction process and are carried out before permanent work begins. The efficient design and integration of temporary engineering solutions has the potential to deliver significant cost and planning savings for large construction projects.
In addition to temporary structural supports, we are experienced in providing earthworks supports, crane and piling platforms, work platforms, temporary traffic diversions, utility diversions, environmental plans, drainage or other customised requirements.
With our expertise in geotechnical, structural and civil engineering, our consultants can manage the entire construction process from custom temporary works to permanent engineering supervision. We combine experienced construction experience with strict design process, putting safety first. Our AD hoc engineering can often provide a competitive advantage to our customers by developing intelligent solutions.
About KAIYU Inc.
Many changes may occur in the commercial office environment, and office Spaces may need to become more desirable multifunctional Spaces with a focus on health, wellness and flexibility. Other design changes that may need to be included include improved ventilation systems, reduced carbon emissions, access to the outdoors and increased natural lighting. Our expertise can repurpose, adapt and extend existing properties in urban environments for commercial, office, residential and/or cultural uses. Worked on commercial projects large and small, many of which required complex engineering design and technical skills. Our multidisciplinary specialists transform industrial buildings into modern work Spaces and construct some of the famous skyscrapers of the Middle East
Middle East architectural consultant
Architecture, structure, mechanical and electrical.
Information and Technology and low current
Special Studies (Environment, TIS, Estidama, green buildings, etc.)
Restoration, renovation and restoration projects
Restoration, renovation and restoration projects
Extensions/additions to existing projects
Renovation and restoration of existing projects
Field research and investigation work
As-built drawings and building surveys
Site and building inspection and reporting
And core design services
Middle East interior design
Interior design research, design philosophy and style, key elements and demonstrations.
Spatial studies, data collection, mood boards and images of the proposed furniture
Visual design rendering, 3D view and illustration.
Interior design layout includes: reflective ceiling and false ceiling design, floor design
Provide all necessary interior design details such as: arch and MEP, finishing, magnification details, material installation, case engineering and dimensioning.
Construction data of China’s foreign contracted projects
The year 2020 has been an extraordinary year in the history of new China. It faced a grim and complex international situation
The CPC Central Committee with comrades at its core made a timely decision to coordinate epidemic prevention and control with economic and social development. commerce
In accordance with the decisions and plans of the CPC Central Committee and The State Council, the Ministry and other relevant departments have made coordinated plans to build a new development pattern
China has promoted the reform and development of overseas investment cooperation and epidemic prevention and control for project personnel in overseas enterprises
Achieve steady development. Statistics from the Ministry of Commerce show that in 2020, Chinese companies set up operations in 184 countries (regions)
In China, 9,933 contracts were signed with a value of US $255.54 billion, down from a year earlier
1.8%; The turnover was $155.94 billion.
In 2020, the novel coronavirus pneumonia pandemic hit the world economy hard. countries
According to the International Monetary Fund, the world economy shrank by 3.3% in 2020, and advanced economies by 4.7%
They fell by 3.5% in the US and 6.6% in the eurozone. Developing economies fell by 2.2%, generally better than developed economies
The body is in good shape. India fell by 8%, the Russian Federation by 3.1% and Brazil by 4.1%. China grew by 2.3%,
Is the only major economy to achieve positive growth. At the same time, global foreign direct investment fell from the previous year
The volume of world trade shrank by 8.5%, and the volume of contracts issued in the international contract market was the lowest since 2005
In 2020, more than 80% of China’s overseas contracted projects will still be concentrated in Asia and Africa. new
In terms of the regional distribution of contract value, Asia was 142.97 billion US dollars, up 1.3% year on year, accounting for the total number of new contracts signed in that year
56% of the amount; Africa $67.9 billion, 26.6%; Europe, $20.89 billion, 8.2%; Latin America
$14.84 billion, or 5.8%; Oceania, $7.8 billion, 3 percent; North America, $1.14 billion, 0.4%.
In terms of the regional distribution of the completed turnover, Asia was 89.14 billion US dollars, down 9.2% year on year, accounting for 57.2% of the total turnover in the year. Africa $38.33 billion, down 16.7%, accounting for 24.6%; Europe $13.96 billion, up
31.4%, 8.9%; Latin America, $7.89 billion, down 32.2%, or 5.1%; Oceania 5.15 billion
The dollar, down 1.1% to 3.3%; North America, $1.47 billion, up 15.4%, or 0.9%. External commitment
The top 10 countries (regions) in terms of turnover of completed projects are: the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Pakistan
Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Algeria, Russia
In 2020, Chinese companies signed new overseas contract projects in 61 countries along the Belt and Road
A total of 5,611 contracts were signed, with the value of new contracts reaching US $141.46 billion, accounting for the total value of new contracts signed on China’s overseas projects during the same period
55.4%, down 8.7% year on year; The turnover was 91.12 billion US dollars, accounting for 58.4% of the total in the same period.
In 2020, China’s overseas contracted project business is widely distributed, including transportation construction and general construction
Construction, power engineering, petrochemical and other fields continue to maintain advantages.
General construction includes civil, commercial and public building infrastructure construction projects undertaken by Chinese enterprises.
In 2020, Chinese enterprises signed 1,352 new contracts on general construction projects in 158 countries (regions)
The contract value was $64.01 billion, up 37.9 percent year on year, accounting for a quarter of the total number of new contracts signed in that year
The area with the largest amount of money; Turnover of 29.74 billion US dollars, accounting for 19.1%. From the perspective of the composition of general architectural projects,
A total of 356 new contracts were signed for multi-family residential projects, totaling 30.25 billion US dollars (47.3%).
With a turnover of $8.26 billion (accounting for 27.8%), it is the first specific field in which Chinese enterprises set foot and have a large share
One of them. Commercial building projects (including shopping malls, markets and commercial office buildings for commercial activities)
274 new contracts were signed annually, with a cumulative contract value of 13.32 billion US dollars (20.8%); The turnover was 8.13 billion yuan
Dollars (27.3 percent). In the same year, newly signed public documents related to health care institutions, educational facilities, sports facilities and other public documents
255 chemical infrastructure construction projects, the cumulative contract value of 7.1 billion US dollars (11.1%); Completion camp
The business volume was 4.7 billion dollars (15.8%).
Transportation construction includes roads, Bridges, airports, railways, ports and other transportation contracted by Chinese enterprises
Export construction projects. In 2020, Chinese enterprises signed new transport projects in 151 countries (regions)
There were 971 contracts, with the value of newly signed contracts reaching $63.33 billion, down 9.4% year on year, accounting for the total value of new contracts signed in the year
24.8%; The turnover was 40.31 billion US dollars, accounting for 25.8% of the total, which was the largest of the total turnover of foreign contracted projects in that year
Big field. From the composition of completed turnover, highway projects 15.49 billion dollars, accounting for 38.4%; railway
Category (including subway, light rail and related public hubs) projects $12.37 billion, accounting for 30.7%; Ports and port facilities
$3.71 billion, 9.2%; $2.71 billion for airport projects, accounting for 6.7%; $2.22 billion bridge
Yuan, accounting for 5.5%.
Power engineering construction
The construction of electric power projects includes fossil fuel power plants, nuclear power plants, hydropower stations and combined heat and power plants built by Chinese enterprises
Production power plant, wind power station, solar power station, transmission and distribution engineering and power station operation and maintenance construction projects.
In 2020, Chinese enterprises signed 1,504 new contracts on power engineering projects in 143 countries (regions), a new number
The contract value was US $50.73 billion, down 7.5% year on year, accounting for 19.9% of the total value of newly signed contracts; The turnover was 306.4
$100 million, or 19.6 percent. Among them, newly signed green environmental protection category (hydropower, solar power station, wind power, nuclear power)
280 contracts of power engineering construction projects, the cumulative contract value of 20.1 billion US dollars, accounting for 39.6%; Transmission and distribution engineering,
Cogeneration power plant operation contracts amounted to $5.02 billion, accounting for 9.9%.
Petrochemicals include refineries and petrochemical plants, oil and gas pipelines and offshore oil platforms built by Chinese companies
And the operation of related services. In 2020, Chinese companies signed new petrochemical contracts in 84 countries (regions)
There were 788 industrial project contracts, with the newly signed contract value of 19.08 billion US dollars, down 36.6% year on year, accounting for the total number of newly signed contracts
7.5 per cent; Turnover of 15.49 billion US dollars, accounting for 9.9%.
Communication engineering construction
The construction of communication engineering includes the installation of communication lines and equipment, the construction of data and network centers, the construction of communication transmission frames and facilities, and the construction of radio and television retransmission towers, etc., undertaken by Chinese enterprises. In 2020, Chinese enterprises in 96
A total of 1,350 contracts were signed for telecommunication construction projects in China, worth 15.97 billion U.S. dollars.
A year-on-year decrease of 33.6%, accounting for 6.2% of the total value of new contracts signed; Turnover of 14.75 billion US dollars, accounting for 9.5%.
Industrial construction includes steel and non-ferrous metal processing plants, chemical plants and non-metallic mines contracted by Chinese enterprises
Construction of products factory, food and beverage processing plant, pharmaceutical factory and other projects. In 2020, there were 99 Chinese companies
A total of 1,623 contracts were signed for industrial construction projects, with a value of 13.91 billion US dollars, year-on-year
An increase of 66.8%, accounting for 5.4% of the total value of newly signed contracts; Turnover was $6.01 billion, accounting for 3.9%.
Water conservancy construction
Water projects include water treatment and desalination plants, pipelines and ditches, and DAMS built by Chinese companies
And the construction of reservoirs, flood control levees and seawalls, as well as well drilling projects. In 2020, Chinese companies were in 102 countries
A total of 291 contracts for water conservancy construction projects were signed, with the value of the new contracts reaching 8.5 billion US dollars, up year-on-year
17.9%, accounting for 3.3% of the total number of newly signed contracts; Turnover of $5.65 billion, accounting for 3.6%.
Waste water treatment
Waste water (materials) treatment includes the construction of sewage treatment plants, toilets and sewer lines contracted by Chinese enterprises
Management, solid waste treatment and other projects. In 2020, Chinese enterprises signed new wastewater contracts in 52 countries (regions)
There were 42 contracts of (material) processing projects, with the amount of newly signed contracts reaching $4 billion, up 218.7% year on year, accounting for the newly signed contracts
1.6 per cent of the total; Turnover of $840 million, accounting for 0.5%.
Construction of manufacturing and processing facilities
The construction of manufacturing and processing facilities includes the construction of automobile assembly and parts plants, semiconductor plants, electronic assembly plants and other projects undertaken by Chinese enterprises. In 2020, Chinese companies set up operations in 89 countries (regions)
We signed 742 contracts for manufacturing and processing facilities construction projects, with the value of new contracts reaching US $3.2 billion, down 18.4% year on year.
1.3% of the total value of new contracts signed; Turnover of 2.59 billion US dollars, accounting for 1.7%.
Others include mining related geological surveys, mine engineering construction and others undertaken by Chinese enterprises
Engineering construction project. In 2020, Chinese companies signed new contracts for other overseas projects worth 12.81 billion U.S. dollars
Yuan, up 9.1% year on year, accounting for 5% of the total value of newly signed contracts; Turnover was $9.92 billion, accounting for 6.4%. its
The value of newly signed contracts for mining construction projects reached US $3.58 billion, accounting for 28% of the total. Distribution of provinces and municipalities
In 2020, central government enterprises in Beijing signed 2,127 new foreign contracts worth 135.44 billion U.S. dollars
Yuan, up 22.6 percent year on year, accounting for 53 percent of the total number of new contracts signed in the year; Turnover of 59.76 billion US dollars, same
Compared to a 7% decline, accounting for 38.3% of the total business completed that year. Local enterprises (including local central enterprises) are newly established
7,806 contracts were signed, with the value of new contracts reaching $120.1 billion, down 19.8% year on year
47%; The turnover was 96.18 billion US dollars, down 11.5% year on year, accounting for 61.7%. The eastern part of the total
We signed 5,760 new contracts for overseas projects, with a total value of 65.15 billion U.S. dollars, down 23.4 percent year on year.
54.2% of the total; Turnover of $60.83 billion, down 8.9% year on year, accounting for 63.2% of the local market. In the
A total of 1,280 new foreign project contracts were signed, with a total contract value of 35.91 billion US dollars, up year-on-year
18% longer, 30% of the area; Completed turnover of $19.87 billion, down 13.8% year on year, accounting for local
20.7 percent. In the western region, 570 new contracts were signed, totaling 14.7 billion US dollars.
A year-on-year decrease of 47.3%, accounting for 12.2% of local areas; Turnover was $12.62 billion, down 17.7% year on year,
That’s 13.1 percent of the place. In total, the three provinces in Northeast China signed 196 new overseas project contracts, with a total contract value of 43.4
$100 million, down 31.9% year on year, accounting for 3.6% of the local; Turnover was $2.86 billion, down from a year earlier
19.4%, accounting for 3% of the local population. Guangdong topped the list with $18.73 billion in new contracts, followed by Hubei and Shanxi
East ranked second and third; The top 10 provinces and municipalities by turnover were Guangdong, Shanghai, Shandong, Zhejiang, Hubei, Jiangsu, Tianjin, Sichuan, Jiangxi and Beijing.
New major projects signed
In 2020, 904 new overseas projects with a contract value of over 50 million US dollars were signed by Chinese enterprises
(up 10 from a year earlier), totaling $215.85 billion, or 84.5% of total new contracts signed. Upper middle
There were 514 projects worth 100 million US dollars, an increase of 8 over the previous year, and no mega projects worth tens of billions of US dollars. The amount of newly signed contracts is relatively large
Contracted projects include: Thailand Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) company contracted by China Railway Construction Corporation Limited
China Railway Construction International Group Co., Ltd. undertook 3 airport high-speed railway projects (contract value: $4.93 billion)
Abidjan, Cote d ‘Ivoire 50,000 housing construction project (contract value of $4.08 billion), China Civil Engineering Group
Ltd. contracted Ghana affordable housing Phase II 80,000 units of affordable housing project (contract amount of $3.77 billion), Hong Kong, China
The first phase of Yangon Inner Ring Viaduct project contracted by Bay Engineering Co., LTD. (contract value: US $3.24 billion)
In 2020, 1,067 Chinese enterprises’ overseas contracted projects were included in Ministry of Commerce statistics, including those in Beijing
89 central enterprises (including their subsidiaries in Beijing), accounting for 8.3%; Local enterprises (including in the local central land
Enterprises) 978, accounting for 91.7%. Large backbone enterprises play a prominent role in contracting projects with foreign countries.
In terms of the top 100 Chinese enterprises in terms of the amount of new contracts signed for overseas projects in 2020, the cumulative amount of contracts is shown
Us $236.84 billion, accounting for 92.7% of the annual business scale. Among them, the new contract scale of tens of billions of dollars
There are eight, namely Sinohydro International Engineering Co., LTD. ($28.58 billion) and China State Construction Corporation
Group Limited (US $25.51 billion), China Railway Construction Corporation Limited (US $25.11 billion), and China Harbour Engineering
Cheng Co LTD (US $15.44 billion), China Civil Engineering Group Corp LTD (US $15.04 billion), Hua
Technology Co LTD (US $12.34 billion), China Railway Group Co LTD (US $11.84 billion), China Ge
Zhouba Group Co., LTD. ($11.8 billion).
The cumulative turnover of the top 100 Chinese enterprises in terms of the turnover of foreign contracted projects completed in 2020
$123.36 billion, accounting for 79.1% of the annual business scale.
Jazan Economic City
Based on the Royal Decree issued in 2013, JEC Phase 1 will be developed by Saudi Aramco on a best in class infrastructure and master planning which includes developing Port- Industrial and Residential Area, and Beesh Corniche. The project started in 2006 and is expected to be complete in 2037. The development cost is approximately $27 billion. Key Projects in Phase One: • Oil refinery by Aramco. • Opportunities in secondary and downstream industries of Petroleum Refining/processing, Steel Manufacturing and Titanium Processing. • Multi-purpose seaport that will handle liquid/dry bulk containers and, other general cargo with the capacity to receive large carrier ships and oil tankers. • Dedicated Power Plant. • Industrial zone connected to the seaport. • Residential complexes and commercial centres.
The Royal Commission in Jubail (RC) plans to develop a waterfront city centre between Al Reggah, Al Deffi and Mardumah in Jubail, along the east coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). It will provide passive and active recreational activities within the cultural context of the region. The work includes approximately 6km of development and partial replacement of the existing seawall. Other development works include architectural aspects to draw attention towards the area and landscaping.
We provide construction services for this project
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We have designed and constructed a wide variety of structures in the public domain, including museums, libraries, visual and performing arts, colleges, universities, sports and community centers.