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Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. engages in the civil engineering and construction business in South Korea, Middle Asia, rest of Asia, Africa, and internationally. It operates through Building/House, Infra/Environment, Plant/Power, and Others segments. The company constructs highways and railways; bridges; water resource and environmental systems; and underground spaces, as well as undertakes marine, offshore, and dredging works. It also builds medical facilities; manufacturing and logistics facilities; hotels and residential buildings; public and commercial office buildings; transportation, culture, and sport facilities; data center, education, and research facilities; and mixed-use developments and special projects, as well as undertakes housing projects. In addition, the company constructs oil refinery, gas processing, and refinery plants; petrochemical and fertilizer plants; liquefied natural gas and gas-to-liquid facilities; and nuclear power plants. Further, it constructs power and desalination plants; renewable energy facilities; and transmission lines and substations. Additionally, the company is involved in the real estate leasing business. Further, it offers architectural design and facility maintenance; agricultural management and livestock; real estate development and supply; condominium resort management; steam, cold, hot water, and air conditioning production; equipment maintenance; electricity production; and heavy equipment rental services. Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.