Hyundai E&C has finished a megascale project, following the completion of the construction of the world’s biggest gas to liquid (GTL5) project in Qatar last month. Korea’s primary builder completed the construction of the 2.87-billion-dollar QAFCO-5 project to build a fertilizer plant in Qatar four years after the company had received the project from Qatar Fertilizer Company in December 2007. On December 20, the building dedication ceremony was held in Mesaieed Industry City, 40 kilometers south of the country’s capital Doha. The ceremony was participated by the current heir apparent to the throne of the State of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Qatari Energy Minister Mohammed Saleh Al-Sada and those concerned in the construction including Hyundai E&C’s COO of Plant Division Kim Jong-ho and QAFCO Chairman Abdulaziz Ahmad Al-Malki. The project covers the construction of a plant which produces 4,600 tons of ammonia and 3,850 tons of urea fertilizers a day in Mesaieed Industry City, which is the world’s largest fertilizer plant. As Hyundai E&C successfully completed the large-scale project for which up to 13,000 workers were mobilized a day to ensure that it met high quality standards, the company received the 610-million-dollar succeeding project, so-called QAFCO-6, from the same client in 2009.