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TAV Group President Sani Şener listed among most powerful 10 leaders of the Gulf region

Posted 28 June 2017 · Add Comment

TAV Group President & CEO Sani Şener ranked seventh in the power 100 list of Construction Week Magazine, which is one of the most prestigious publications of the industry, in the Gulf Region. Şener has become the one and only Turkish businessperson in the top 10 ranking of the list for the last three years.

TAV Group President & CEO Sani Şener was listed the seventh most powerful leader of the construction companies operating in the Gulf region by Construction Week magazine. The magazine highlighted that TAV built up a portfolio of completed and ongoing projects worth more than $19 bln since its establishment and had more than 30,000 employees including 1,570 engineers working in the Gulf Region.

TAV Group President & CEO Sani Şener said: “While the list has a symbolic meaning, it proves the success of Turkish engineering, business models, financial capabilities and brands in the world’s most challenging markets. It is the payoff for the hard work of all TAV Group employees including engineers, architects, technicians and workers assigned in the projects achieved in the Gulf region, which is a challenging and highly developed region in terms of technology. TAV is very proud to undertake the construction projects of the capital city airports of the five countries in the Gulf region, namely Doha, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Riyadh and Bahrain; complete the airport project in Medina, the second most important city of the Islamic World; Doha becoming one of the very rare 5-star airports worldwide and also our Madinah and Riyadh projects which are awarded the transportation projects of the year title by the MEED magazine. On the other hand, Abu Dhabi Airport is one of the largest airports of the world which makes TAV an eligible company worldwide. TAV's success in the Madinah Airport project, which was the first airport privatization project in the region, opened new doors in the area. Recently, TAV included the operation and expansion of Yanbu, Qassim and Hail airports in Saudi Arabia to its portfolio. TAV became an expert and a popular brand in airport sector. Engineering News Record listed TAV Construction, who has its signature in the capital city airports of five countries in the region, as the world's largest airport construction company in terms of the size of the work it undertakes. We will continue to expand in the region in order to represent our country, Turkish construction and aviation industry in the best possible way.”

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