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|Construction of steel frames for bridges, buildings and
plants, ocean structures, leasing of land & marine
equipment, leasing of heavy machinery
- We will be a reliable global partner in the steel
structure and heavy equipment business
- Hyundai Engineering & Steel Industries is recognized globally and trusted by customers
in the areas of steel bridges, offshore and industrial facilities and heavy equipment. We
run our heavy equipment lease business for onshore and offshore industrial sites, at
home and abroad. We are the greatest steel bridge manufacturer,
and are recognized for our technology.
- High level of quality and
- Founded in 1979 as the steel structure division of Hyundai Engineering & Construction, the division became an independent firm in 2001. We have gained extensive experience in building, plant steel structure and steel bridge structure and other manufacturing and installation work in industrial facilities, and are now recognized for our quality and technology.
- A reliable global partner in
the construction of steel
- Hyundai Engineering & Steel Industries became a leader in steel structures for skyscrapers, steel bridges, small ships, nuclear power plants and petrochemical plants. Notably, in 2013 we were awarded ‘Technology and development project for large-scale structure of offshore wind plant,’ a government R&D project, and will take the leadership role in this field.
- Becoming a global company
by exploring new markets
- The company is now growing into a global company based on its rich experience in mega construction projects at home and abroad such as the Third Bosphorus Bridge in Turkey, a nuclear power plant in the UAE, the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Australia, and the high-rise Lotte World Tower in Seoul, Korea. Hyundai Engineering & Steel Industries is concentrating on strengthening its capacity through extensive experience in domestic and overseas construction projects including the Geogeumdo Bridge (truss-type cable-stayed bridge) in Korea, San Diego Ballpark in the United States, and the Ras Laffan power plant in Qatar.