Zachry Construction Corporation is comprised of
five large business units: Heavy Construction, Building
Construction, Power, Industrial Maintenance and Industrial
Process with total current contracts exceeding $3 billion. The
roots of the company lay in the construction of major
transportation projects, with particular focus in the State of
Texas. In fact, Zachry currently has more than $1 billion in
design-build highway and infrastructure construction contracts
Other representative projects include a
three-year engineering, procurement and construction (EPC)
contract with Freeport LNG Development, L.P., near Freeport,
Texas; an EPC contract with Exxon Mobil Oil Corporation for the
Beaumont Cogeneration Facility in Beaumont, Texas; and a
three-year maintenance contract with Chevron Phillips for five
of its domestic facilities in Cedar Bayou, Pasadena, Port
Arthur, and Orange facilities in Texas as well as the St. James
facility in St. James, Louisiana.
Zachry’s International division contracts are
primarily for embassy construction for the Department of State.
Current projects include embassy construction in Managua,
Nicaragua and Phnom Penh, Cambodia; Zachry is the lead in a
joint venture contract for the U.S. embassy in Beijing, China.
[quoted from "Cintra/Zachry
Team Fact Sheet," 11 Mar 2005]