CIRA IN­TER­NA­TIONAL

Asia Outlook - - Construction -

Es­tab­lished since 2005, CIRA In­ter­na­tional’s vi­sion to be a re­spectable con­trac­tor Com­pany is trans­lated in its re­lent­less ef­fort of pro­vid­ing out­stand­ing work­ing so­lu­tions for its clients; ei­ther in new con­struc­tion projects or as a fa­cil­ity main­te­nance con­trac­tor.

The Com­pany’s per­sis­tence in de­liv­er­ing on-time and on-bud­get project ex­e­cu­tion without com­pro­mis­ing safety, qual­ity and en­vi­ron­men­tal re­spon­si­bil­ity is val­ued in its long-term re­la­tion­ships with in­ter­na­tional clients and con­sul­tants.

Such abil­ity is de­rived from its in house li­censed and trained en­gi­neers and tech­ni­cians along­side with project man­age­ment teams; backed with its in house sys­tem that tracks and mon­i­tors its progress and achieve­ment to the very de­tail.

It is within the com­pany cul­ture to pro­mote an at­mos­phere of learn­ing and equal op­por­tu­nity in a way that is ful­fill­ing, recog­nised, and fairly re­warded for all its em­ploy­ees.

Close work with in­ter­na­tional renowned con­sul­tants as its part­ners such as Meinhardt EPCM in­creases the Com­pany learn­ing curve of new break­through tech­nol­ogy, stan­dards and how it ap­plies in day-to-day op­er­a­tions. Even when the level of scru­tiny in work­ing meth­ods, man­ag­ing projects and safety con­sid­er­a­tion cre­ates more man hours dur­ing plan­ning, it has be­come one of the key fac­tors of the Com­pany suc­cess­fully ex­e­cut­ing its projects.

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