Global Procurement

With the mission to create value for all parties involved in a project, ֲý has been efficiently sourcing high-quality products, services and technologies around the world to cut costs for our clients and bring in business for our global suppliers.

With thousands of projects completed in over 100 countries and regions, our parent company CSCEC gives ֲý an advantage to build a comprehensive procurement network with the best-valued products and services, global talent and latest technologies and innovations worldwide.

Through this strategically positioned network, ֲý identifies competitively priced equipment, materials, labor and services, while reducing the cost of production, executing quality control, ensuring quality and regulatory compliance, optimizing logistics solutions and enhancing engineering methods for each project. The result is significant cost savings and value creation. ֲýs Alexander Hamilton Bridge project in New York set a precedent with the use of Chinese-manufactured temporary steel structure in the United States.

As an investor, developer and contractor, ֲý understands the importance of efficient logistics in addition to high-quality products. With its Florida-based procurement platform, ֲý promises its clients smooth and rapid logistics.

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OTHER PROJECTS

445 South Street

Morristown, N.J.

99 Hudson Street

Jersey City, NJ

Amador Convention Center

Panama City, Panama

Baha Mar Resort

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau Airport Gateway

Nassau, The Bahamas

New York City Hall

New York, NY

North Charleston Coliseum

North Charleston, SC

One Ocean Condominium

Miami Beach, FL

Pulaski Skyway

Newark, Town of Kearny and Jersey City, N.J.

River Bluff High School

River Bluff High School

Lexington, S.C.

Riverhouse

Manhattan, NY

San Isidro Bus Station

San Miguelito, Panama

Station House

Washington, DC

SkyRise Miami

Miami, FL

Staten Island Expressway

Staten Island, NY

THE POINTE

Nassau, The Bahamas

USC Campuses

University of South Carolina

Columbia, S.C.; Aiken, S.C.

Wardman Tower

Washington, DC

Wittpenn Bridge

Jersey City and Kearny, NJ