Efficient Infrastructure Network is the cornerstone of the Global Economy. Competitive transportation services operated securely and sustainability of the transportation are essential for growth and development of countries.
Motorways are a vital element of all transportation networks since they connect all other transportation means i.e. railways, airports and ports to each other. Therefore, the efficiency of the whole transportation system is only possible by the establishment of coordinated infrastructure grids.
ENKA’s Infrastructure Business-line delivers landmark projects that foster sustainable progress, social-economic growth and safe travel means for its clients and communities.
ENKA’s involvement in motorway, bridge & tunnel projects began in 1958. In 1970s, ENKA participated to the establishment of Turkey’s infrastructure network with construction of Anatolian Highway.
In 1980s, ENKA and its partner Bechtel built Gerede-Ankara Motorway – 230km 2×3 lanes. The motorway system was critical to Turkey, linking Istanbul, Turkey’s European port, and Ankara, its Asian depot and capital.
Following Gerede-Ankara Motorway Project, in Eastern Europe, ENKA with its partner Bechtel work continued on new highways in Croatia, Romania, Albania and Kosovo that has helped spur economic growth and tourism.
Over the years, ENKA built and has continued to build highways, motorways, bridges, tunnels, overpasses and relevant civil works and structures in countries such as Iraq, Libya, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Croatia, Romania, Kosovo, Albania, and Turkey with a total length of almost 1,000 kilometers in 58 years.
Under this business-line the expertise we deliver to our customers is;