Turkish construction company Dorce Prefabrik provides modern modular prefabricated construction solutions globally.
Working in more than 60 countries, the company has one of the largest prefabricated steel construction production facilities in Europe, said a company press release on Sunday.
In energy and mining projects, the firm builds prefabricated modular steel camps, accommodation facilities, managing offices, clinics, industrial kitchens, and warehouses.
It has completed accommodation facility projects for mining fields in Chile, Mongolia, Australia, Canada, Africa, and Turkey.
The company is conducting several projects all around the world in many sectors such as oil, natural gas, mining, defense, humanitarian aid, disaster management, health, construction, and housing.
For over 35 years, the firm has been carrying out defense projects, including field hospitals, bulletproof facilities, and portable containers for NATO and NATO member countries, the UN, and Turkish Armed Forces.
It is also a leading firm in the production of aircraft and helicopter hangars, which are built with prefabricated heavy steel construction methods.
The company also completed a number of hospital projects in more than 20 countries during the current pandemic.
It also produces prefabricated steel houses and has completed several projects in more than 20 countries.
The company built the Turkish Embassy’s building in Libya in 2020.