Hochtief is Germany’s largest and most prominent construction company, as well as the one of the largest construction company in Europe. In 2010, it came under the control of the Spanish construction group Grupo ACS and in 2013, ACS acquired over 50 percent of the company’s shares. In 2016, Hochtief reported revenue of almost 20 billion euros, outperforming companies such as Sweden’s Skanska and UK-based Balfour Beatty.
The German construction company has been involved in high-profile projects in Germany such as the construction of Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt and New Elbe Tunnel in Hamburg. The company has also been involved in the construction of Bosporus Bridge in Turkey and various airports worldwide. Furthermore, the company is involved in green building projects all over the world. In 2016, Hochtief was involved in over 540 green building certified projects in the United States alone. Hochtief invests significantly into its research and development and also contributes to rewards for innovation in the building and infrastructure construction market.
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