CSCEC, CCA’s parent company, ranked third on the prominent 2021 Fortune China 500 list for the ninth consecutive year.
35 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
From project financing to full-range construction services, CCA provides turnkey solutions to satisfy the growing needs of both public and private clientsview more
Awards & Recognition
CCA is widely recognized in the industry for its outstanding execution in commercial, residential, educational, industrial and heavy construction projects, as well as its dedication to social well-being.view more
Innovation & Sustainability
Believing in the power of innovation and sustainability, CCA applies creative thinking and cutting-edge technology to deliver cost-effective, green and smart solutions.view more
Investing in the Americas
In the past three years, CCA has made substantial investments in the Americas and created thousands of jobs.view more
Margaritaville Beach Resort and Fins Up! Water Park at THE POINTE received their certificates of occupancy (COs) from the Bahamas Ministry of Public Works on July 7, 2021.
CCA is proud to announce the annual tradition of joining the 9/11 Run Walk on April 25, 2021 — in a socially distanced way. This year’s 9/11 Memorial & Museum Nationwide Run/Walk will not be held in person as it has been in previous years; however, the museum is hosting a virtual event to reach a goal of 20,000 collective miles in honor of those who lost their lives on 9/11.
CCA Civil officially completed the Rehabilitation of I-278 Bridges project in New York on Oct. 31, 2020. This design-build contract with the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) involved the rehabilitation of four bridges on the I-278 Expressway on Staten Island and one bridge over the Gowanus Expressway in Brooklyn.
CCA successfully completed the erection and installation of the Wittpenn Bridge’s main lift span, the largest lift span under construction in North America. The team worked two shifts over three days from Sept. 24-26 to complete the work.
On Aug. 24, 2019, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined MTA officials in New Hyde Park to mark the latest milestone — an underpass running beneath the train tracks — as part of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR)’s Third Track effort.
2020 National Best of the Best Projects 2019 in the Residential/Hospitality Category from Engineering News-Record (ENR) for the One Thousand Museum project
2019 Regional Best Project Award in the Residential/Hospitality Category from Engineering News-Record (ENR) Southeast for the One Thousand Museum project;
2019 Award of Merit in the Small Project Category for New York from Engineering News-Record (ENR) for the Fisher Houses project;
2019 Construction Achievement of the Year Award from the Metropolitan Section of American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for the Shore (Belt) Parkway Bridge over Gerritsen Inlet project;
2019 Project of the Year from New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) for the Shore (Belt) Parkway Bridge over Gerritsen Inlet project;
2018 Global Best Project from Engineering News-Record (ENR) for the One Thousand Museum project;