Established in Gaziantep in 1974, Kalyon entered the construction industry via Kalyon Insaat Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S. Targeting to globalize its service quality, Kalyon operates in numerous countries such as Qatar, Russia, Libya, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Using its corporate past in the construction industry and powerful and experienced staff as a leverage, Kalyon has completed numerous gigantic projects such as universities, hospitals, housing, schools, highways, bridges, tunnels, treatment plants, water distribution lines, wastewater tunnels and industrial plants since 1974.
Having undersigned important projects for Turkey’s development, the foundation of Cengiz Holding was laid back in 1977. The holding commenced operations initially with infrastructure projects upon the establishment of Cengiz Construction and has since evolved into a holding that includes 35 companies and affiliates, employs 65 thousand people and has a turnover of more than 5 billion dollars a year thanks to its ventures in the energy and mining industries and the efforts towards corporate development and improvement in the said sectors.
One of the two main contracting companies under MNG Group, Mapa Construction offers general contracting services for large-scale construction works such as thermal power plants, highways, airports, bridges and tunnels, industrial plants, irrigation systems, dams and hydroelectric power plants, wastewater and drinking water treatment plants, and reinforced concrete silos, believing that the future of Turkey and the world will be shaped by engineering companies.
Founded in 1976 with Limak Construction as the flagship company, Limak Group operates in various sectors including construction, tourism, cement, infrastructure and energy investments, energy contracting, aviation, and food. Limak Construction has successfully completed over 100 projects ranging from airports to ports, dams to irrigation facilities, motorways to hydroelectric power plants, industrial plants to oil and natural gas pipelines, and holiday villages to building complexes.