Renaissance Holdings - Construction - Heatlhcare Investment

Company description

Renaissance Construction was founded in St. Petersburg in 1993. Renaissance specializes in design and construction of shopping centers, offices, hotels, multifunctional complexes, high-rise buildings, heavy industrial facilities (cement plants, construction machinery and auto plants, chemical and petrochemical plants, fertilizer plants, metallurgical plants, etc.), infrastructure (airports, tunnels, marinas, etc.), energy facilities, pharmaceutical plants, food and beverage processing plants, public buildings, residential buildings, etc.

Company details

Vienna, Austria
Leonard Bernstein Strasse 10 15th Floor, 1220 Vienna, Austria

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Company updates

  • December 22, 2016

    Rönesans to complete a loan deal worth US$1.5 billion for Istanbul İkitelli city hospital project

    Turkish construction and investment firm Rönesans Holding’s healthcare unit​ will complete a yen-denominated loan deal worth US$1.5 billion for its Istanbul Ikitelli city hospital proj...

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  • September 01, 2015

    Ronesans holding acquires Istanbul Ikitelli hospital PPP in Turkey

    The deal has been closed after the winning consortium, composed by Allen Shariff Corporation, Forcimsa Empresa Constructora, and Emsa? ?n?aat, could not close financing for the project. The consortium...

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  • July 28, 2015

    Turkey's Renaissance Construction to acquire Ballast Nedam

    Turkey's Renaissance Construction has reached an agreement to acquire Ballast Nedam at an offer price of €1.55 in cash for each depositary receipt.

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  • December 04, 2014

    RDIF and Renaissance to jointly invest in Russian PPP projects

    The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) and Renaissance Holding, one of the leading construction, development and investment companies, have agreed to jointly invest into projects across Russia's re...

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