Başakşehir Çam & Sakura City Hospital
The largest Turkish company to make it to global rankings with international projects, Renaissance sees yet another year of swift rise among its industrial counterparts. The 2020 edition of the Top 250 International Contractors List by ENR, an international construction magazine dating back to 1917, featured Renaissance Construction as 23rd. This marked a 10-spot rise year-over-year based on contractors’ annual revenue from overseas operations. Renaissance Construction maintains its leading position among Turkish contractors, and ranks 9th in Europe. The company continues to grow overseas through investments that generate 70% of its revenues and provide influx of foreign currency.
With one of the fastest global growths for a Turkish company, Renaissance recorded, in 2019, a total global turnover of USD 5.4 billion. Renaissance, a company of “top” performances, operates in 28 countries, incessantly creating value for Turkey and the world through projects, capital inflows, and employment across the globe.
Established in 1993, Rönesans Holding serves as main contractor and investor of construction, real estate, healthcare, energy and petrochemistry in a wide area spanning Central Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa, predominantly in Turkey and the Netherlands. The group constructs malls, offices, hotels, residences and mixed-use structures as well as heavy industry plants, infrastructure projects, manufacturing plants, chemical and pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, food and beverage processing plants, automotive and machinery production factories, public buildings, healthcare complexes, and power plants.
A name of “firsts” and “tops”, Rönesans Holding adds to its diverse global achievements with Yamal LNG Plant offering a new energy channel to the world, world’s longest rail tunnel Gotthard Base Tunnel, Europe’s highest building Lakhta Center, and the Netherlands’ longest land tunnel Gaasperdammertunnel. Renaissance Healthcare Investment, a Rönesans Holding subsidiary and a key player in the Turkish healthcare investment market, won the Award of Merit at ENR’s Global Best Projects competition in the healthcare category for Başakşehir Çam and Sakura City Hospital co-developed with Japanese partner Sojitz.