Beijing Urban Construction Group (BUCG) is a large international comprehensive construction group with its six core businesses, including Construction Engineering, Real Estate Development,
Design, Landscaping, Property Management and Investment & Financing, developing a high-efficiency industrial chain integrated upstream and downstream construction industries with outstanding competitiveness.
In 2019, BUCG has ranked the
13th in ENR Top 250 Global Contractors, the 105th in “Top 250 International Contractors”,
the 66th in “Top 150 Global Designers” and
has also won Overseas Construction Engineering Luban Prize.
BUCG currently own a total asset of 323.1 billion RMB, employing 34,978 staffs. BUCG is managing over 213 subsidiary companies and 40 branch offices, including 1 public listed company, 25 exclusively-invested companies & holding companies. BUCG and its 40 subsidiaries have past the certification of ISO9000, ISO1401010 and OHS18000.
BUCG have constructed many national and provincial key projects, such as Beijing Daxing international Airport terminal，the National Stadium, the National Theater for the Performing Arts, the National Museum, the National Indoor Stadium, the Olympic Basketball Stadium, the Olympic Village，Beijing International Horticultural Exposition, Terminal 3 of Beijing Capital International Airport, Yintai Center etc, and also big metro and expressway projects for many cities both domestic and overseas, winning China’s highest Luban Prize of Construction Industry, China Quality Engineering Prize and Tien-yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize for 156 times. The projects currently under construction are Beijing Auxiliary City Center, Beijing Winter Olympics Games and other major projects. The construction of three core projects of the Beijing Winter Olympics, including the National Speed Skating pavilion, the National Alpine Ski Center and the village of Winter Olympics, has made the city construction group the only general contractor in the world to have built both the Stadium of the Summer Olympic Games and the Stadium of the Winter Olympic Games.