One episode, one city, one kind of happiness—CSCEC pays attention to the needs of urban
development and imparts its experience and wisdom for sustainable growth. Following the footsteps of our
protagonists, let's witness the rebirth of cities.
High Quality Development
CSCEC excels in infrastructure sectors such as rail transit, highways, airports, ports,
mega-bridges, and urban infrastructure.
China-Thailand High-Speed Rail Project
Tel Aviv Light Rail Green Line Project
The Southern Expressway
Suvarnabhumi Airport Expansion Project
Airport and Port|Thailand
The Algiers New Airport Project
Airport and Port|Algeria
New Gulf Port of Haifa
Airport and Port|Israel
Alamein Downtown Towers
TRX Signature Tower in Kuala Lumpur
Central Bank of Kuwait New Headquarters Building
Affordable Housing Project in Park Road in Nairobi
· UWB College
The Up We Build (UWB) College is a sustainable development initiative focuses on
vocational skills training, corporate image and brand promotion. It aims to foster innovative talents and
promote common development. CSCEC collaborates with local universities, think tanks, associations, and
more to establish UWB Colleges. These colleges engage in employee training, university exchanges, and
forums on sustainable construction.
A basketball court be converted into an ice rink in 6-8 hours with the ethylene glycol cooling system. The system has a total ice-making area of 1800 square meters, effectively reducing carbon emissions to nearly zero.
Terminal of New Phnom Penh International Airport
The large concrete temperature measurement technology with embedded chips in test blocks controls the temperature for nearly 200,000 cubic meters of concrete.
Office of the Future in Dubai
The project adopted the 3D printing technology to complete the printing process in 17 days and fabrication in 2 days.
Noor Energy 1 700MW CSP +250MW PV Project in Dubai
The tower-type solar reflector technology involves around 25,000 square meters of solar reflectors, saving over 2 million tons of standard coal annually.
Curtain wall of the project on 2 Murray Rd, Central, Hong Kong
The double-curved curtain wall technology facilitated the efficient installation of nearly 3,000 curtain wall units covering an area of 25,000 square meters, complemented by a digital information platform to reduce redundant design.