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Headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, JGC is a leading, internationally recognized contractor with total engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) capabilities. Over the course of its more than 80-year history, JGC has executed in excess of 21,000 projects of all sizes in over 75 countries. The majority of these have been on a lump-sum turnkey basis, for a wide range of industries, including petroleum refining, gas processing, LNG, GTL, petrochemicals, power, pharmaceuticals, nuclear waste disposal, and non-ferrous metals.
JGC possesses a wide range of original process technologies and constituent technologies, the result of well-directed research and development. This R&D conducted, combined with JGC’s flexible systemization, has significantly extended the company’s business horizons. JGC has accumulated extensive experience in the meshing of industry with society over the last 30 years. Plants and facilities completed by the company in Japan and overseas bear the hallmark of JGC’s advanced technologies and high reliability In the non-hydrocarbon field, these include pharmaceutical and food processing plants, research laboratories, medical and welfare facilities, commercial facilities, various industrial plants, and facilities for environmental conservation. These facilities, supported by our variety of services, meet client needs in a wide array of business fields.
JGC brings superior engineering capabilities and experience in the field of nuclear energy, where stringent safety standards and effective use of latest technologies are of paramount importance. JGC has a history of nuclear power plant design spanning more than 40 years, focusing on the treatment and disposal of low-level radioactive waste and the reprocessing of spent fuel. Moreover, recently, JGC has been drawing on its advanced project management capabilities and extensive experience with overseas projects to actively participate in nuclear power plant construction project overseas, as demand for nuclear power is increasing in developed as well as emerging countries.