Haymarket Financial MediaSri Lanka Investment Summit | 16 March 2017, Hong Kong



China Communications Construction Company Limited (CCCC) is an international construction company, ranked 187th in 2014 among the ‘Fortune Five Hundred’ companies and a global player in the international construction portfolios. It is a company listed in the Hong Kong and Shanghai stock exchanges.

CCCC is the largest port construction, city development and design company in China. It’s also the largest dredging company in the world as well as a substantial real estate developer and an urban complex operator. The company currently has 34 wholly-owned or controlled subsidiaries.

Having earned an eminent reputation in over 100 countries and regions in Asia, Africa, Middle East and South America in the past 20 years, CCCC has been featured consecutively since 1992 in the ‘Engineering News Records’ (ENR) list of the world’s top 225 international contractors with latest reports ranking it at 10th position. In terms of revenue from overseas projects, CCCC remains ranked first among the Chinese enterprises in ENR.

Among their illustrious accomplishments, CCCC is proud of designing 5 out of 10 of the world’s largest container terminals and cross-sea bridges.

CCCC has been the principal contractor in Sri Lanka since 1998 executing massive construction projects, such as the Southern Highway, Outer Circular Highway, Magampura Mahinda Rajapaksa Port, Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport and Colombo South Container Terminal.

As master developer for Colombo Port City, CHEC (a subsidiary of China Communications Construction Company Limited) will undertake all land reclamation and infrastructure works. CHEC has unrivalled experience in marine construction and development and has been involved in many of the major infrastructure projects in Sri Lanka.


Our vision is to create the ultimate ‘Gateway to South Asia’ on a solid foundation of sound business practices, leisurely human interaction and luxurious living.

To develop Colombo Port City as the symbol of emerging Sri Lanka with limitless opportunities and a promise to offer unmatched potential for business, leisure & tourism and high quality of living, not only for the local inhabitants but also for the countless numbers of the global human family from across the shores.


To build a Central Business District as an extension of the existing City of Colombo through sustainable urban development and promoting Sri Lanka as the ultimate business and tourist destination centre for trade, exhibitions and conferences in Asia, enabling the establishment of a Centre/Hub of the marine silk road in Asia and the preferred global tourism destination in Asia.