Hyundai E&C has come to the fore with respect to receiving overseas projects by being awarded a series of mega-sized national projects. On August 29, Hyundai E&C received an order worth 1.462 billion dollars, or approximately 1.6 trillion won, from Vietnam Electricity to construct a power plant. The project includes the construction of a 1,000-MW coal-fired power plant using eco-friendly circulating fluidized bed boilers in Mong Duong, Quang Ninh Province, 250 kilometers northeast away from the country’s capital Hanoi. The construction period is 46 months. As part of the national project supported fully by the Vietnamese government to solve the chronic problem of supplying electricity, it is the more meaningful in that Asian Development Bank will finance the construction costs. In addition, Korea’s primary builder got an order valued at 434 million dollars, or about 470 billion won, from Qatar Museums Authority on September 4 to build the Qatar National Museum. The project, which the Qatari government has been devoted to pushing ahead with, involves the construction of a national museum with five stories above ground and one underground level at the center of the country’s capital Doha. The construction period is 33 months.