The major French construction company Eiffage has been selected as the general contractor for the Anaklia Port


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Eiffage, one of the largest European construction companies, part of the top five construction companies in Europe, is pursuing its entering in Georgia and will become the general construction contractor for the Anaklia Development Consortium. Eiffage will provide the construction of the first phase for Anaklia Port together with its local and international partner companies: Dutch ABB and Georgian CRP.

A number of leading international construction and engineering companies participated in the tender to become the general contractor of the Anaklia Port. The tender was held by Anaklia Development Consortium in several stages and was finalized with the appointment of Eiffage as the selected contractor.

Construction works of Anaklia Port Phase 1 include Marine works: 1000 m long breakwater, three berths with up to one kilometer long and Land-Based Works: container, bulk, and intermodal yards, 34 Km Overhead transmission line, etc.

Eiffage will complete the construction works of the Phase 1 of Anaklia Deep Sea Port and according to the agreed terms, will employ 90% of the construction workforce among the local, Georgian market. An estimated 1000 people will be employed during the construction phase of the project. The French company has already actively engaged the finalization of the detailed design of Phase 1 of the Anaklia Port.

Eiffage is renowned for using innovative approaches in its construction projects, for applying extremely high standards in safety and quality and for providing on of the best working conditions for its employees, all over the word.

Eiffage is one of Europe’s leading construction and concessions companies. The Group’s activities are organised around the following business lines: construction, real estate and urban development, civil engineering, metal, roads, energy and concessions. Thanks to the experience of more than 70,400 employees, Eiffage generated revenues of €16.6 billion in 2018, of which almost 26% was outside France.