Plaza Construction received the 2018 Silver Award for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts (ACEC/MA) for the CRRC Rail Car Factory in Springfield, Mass.
30 Years of Excellence
Founded in 1985, CCA has become a leading builder, developer and investor in the Americas by leveraging the extensive resources and expertise of its parent company CSCEC, the largest construction and real estate company in the world.view more
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Investing in the Americas
In the past three years, CCA has made substantial investments in the Americas and created thousands of jobs.view more
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Strategic Capital and Plaza Construction Host Topping Out Ceremony at Final Phase of Hudson Park Apartment Community
Strategic Capital, the investment and development arm of China Construction America (CCA), and Plaza Construction, are pleased to announce the completion of the superstructure of the final phase of the Hudson Park development.
Strategic Capital has officially launched sales at their new luxury condo development, Park and Shore, in Jersey City.
China Institute hosted its 2017 annual Blue Cloud Gala at the Cunard Building in Lower Manhattan. More than 300 global leaders from culture, business and fashion participated in the event. Ning Yuan, chairman and president of China Construction America (CCA), was presented with the Blue Cloud Award for his significant contributions to the China-US relations.
JERSEY CITY, NJ – (May 23, 2016) CCA was ranked the 42nd largest contractor in the United States in 2015 with revenue totaling $1,430 million on Engineering News-Record’s latest Top 400 Contractors list. The company was also ranked 38th on the Top 100 Contractors by New Contracts list with a record high value of contracts totaling $1,603 million during the same period.
NEW YORK – (May 17, 2016) Plaza garnered another accolade, the Platinum Award of Building Team Awards, from Building Design + Construction (BD+C) magazine for the iconic MTA Fulton Transit Center (Fulton Center) project. This award is the highest honor extended by the highly respected magazine. This impressive recognition joins the list of other stellar awards which includes the 2015 ENR New York Project of the Year and 2015 Construction Achievement Project of the Year Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers – Metropolitan Section.
2016 Construction Achievement Project of the Year Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for the Number 7 Line Subway Extension project;
2016 Platinum Award of Building Team Awards from Building Design + Construction (BD+C) Magazine for the MTA Fulton Transit Center (Fulton Center) project;
2015 Tien-Yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize by the China Civil Engineering Society (CCES) for the Alexander Hamilton Bridge project — the first time the award has been presented to an infrastructure project outside China;
2015 Construction Achievement Project of the Year Award by the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) - Metropolitan Section for the MTA Fulton Center project;
2014 Construction Achievement Project of the Year Award by the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) - Metropolitan Section for the Alexander Hamilton Bridge project;
2014 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award, the highest honors for excellence in preservation by the New York Landmarks Conservancy for the New York City Hall project.