Al Hani Construction & Trading Company
Al Hani Construction & Trading Company (Civil Contracting Division) of Al Hani Group is one among the top companies in the field of construction, providing a full range of civil construction works including commercial, residential and industrial buildings for government, semi-government and private sector projects in Kuwait as well as abroad.
It was established in 1963 in Kuwait. The fully integrated management systems is certified to ISO 9001:2008 standards and is accorded highest classification in civil construction works by Central Tender Committee, Kuwait.
The company has demonstrated expertise across a wide range of project types. This includes residential and commercial complexes, hotels, showrooms, hospitals, educational institutions, airports buildings and runways, roads, factories, overhead water tanks, major urban sewerage lines and pumping stations.
Some of the significant projects constructed and completed in Kuwait by the company includes but is not limited to Bayan Palace New Conference Hall, Kuwait International Airport, Kuwait National Library, Kuwait University, Amiri Diwan Marine Works, Seif Palace, Kuwait Court Complex, Kuwait Stock Exchange, Radio & TV Center, Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Culrural Centre and Shaheed Park (Phase 2), Kuwait University Shadidia Campus (Colleges of Business and College of Women's Studies as well as Infrastructure work at sectors 5A and 5B). etc... Also, notable International projects include the Yarmouk University Faculty of Engineering and Infrastructure in Jordan, the Ramada Hotel in Jeddah, KSA, St. Charles City Center in Lebanon, Holiday Inn in Lebanon, Arab Bank in Lebanon and the Arab Shipping Company premises in Dubai, UAE.
Our capacity to deliver high quality projects has resulted from a combination of financial and equipment resources on one hand with high quality managerial and technical personnel on the other. These have put Al Hani Construction & Trading Co. at the top of the scale in terms of quality of output and professionalism of service.