A world full of opportunities
On everyone's lips
The rescue of the 3,000-year-old temple complex of Abu Simbel makes HOCHTIEF famous worldwide.
Ready for takeoff
From Jeddah via Düsseldorf to Los Angeles - HOCHTIEF engineers have done a great job at airports all over the world.
Sometimes it is necessary to work in the middle of the night. It'ss exhausting, but looks interesting.
Trip to the Sultanate of Oman
For a project in the Middle East in the 70s, we sent a ship with construction machinery on a voyage.
Office work below, demolition above
Can a high-rise building be demolished while people continue to work at desks? We showed how this can be done in a project for Thyssen AG.
Airport in the desert
During the turnkey construction of Jeddah Airport in Saudi Arabia, we even had to cool the water for the concrete.
Off to the desert
It takes a lot to set up a construction site in the desert. Eventually, the project is finished—and even the water is gushing.
With donkeys in Afghanistan
During the construction of a power plant in the mountains we had to fight 45 degrees in the shade. However, there was no shade.
Walking on water
Whether in Canada, Northern Europe, Turkey, Sauerland or anywhere else in the world - our bridges connect.
Hippos in Togo
We had to contend with numerous obstacles during the construction of the Nangbeto hydropower plant in Africa.
The year is 1899 - and HOCHTIEF is awarded its first major contract abroad: in Genoa, Italy.
Bridge between two continents
Who can say that they have connected two continents? With the bridge over the Bosporus, we have succeeded. We are also making a difference underground.
Speed for Taiwan
Almost as fast as flying - for the 345 kilometers of high-speed rail line on Taiwan, the fastest trains need 96 minutes only.
The first skyscraper
When we started building the 256-meter high Messeturm in Frankfurt in 1988, the message was clear: "America is coming to Europe."