Jardine Engineering Corporation (JEC) is a trusted provider of engineering and building services and products across Asia, offering contracted installation and maintenance as well as specialist products and sourcing. JEC is able to provide its wide range of products and services to any organization, but we have particular depth of experience in three key sectors: Buildings, Environmental Infrastructure, and Transportation & Logistics.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Environmental Management
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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With a strong track record in combining engineering expertise with technical services and project management best practices, Jardine Engineering Corporation is a leading provider of products and services which engineer a better Asia.
We specialise in the provision of electrical, mechanical and building technologies, and provide the contracting expertise to deliver large-scale installations as well as ongoing operation and maintenance services which assist our customers to operate their facilities to a world class standard.
Established in Shanghai in 1923, JEC is now headquartered in Hong Kong and operates throughout Asia. JEC is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.
Aside from its wholly owned businesses, JEC operates joint venture businesses in Hong Kong and Thailand with Trane, one of the world leaders in air-conditioning systems, services and solutions. JEC also forms Cummins Jardine Energy Solution, a joint venture with Cummins Power Generation in China to provide one-stop gas power generation solutions to the market. Chung Hing Engineers, a leading engineering specialist contractor in the critical facilities sector in Hong Kong, Macau and China, is a member of JEC. JEC also manages the wholesale marketing and distribution of agricultural products and construction supplies in the Philippines through Jardine Distribution.
Complex engineering projects Inherently incorporate multiple risk elements; these span the domains of commercial and credit risk, environmental, health and safety, programme risk, resourcing burdens, subcontractor and other counter-party risks as well as the potential impact of forex, commodity price and other inflationary movements. JEC understands the risk inherent In its projects, and Is open about discussing ways in which to mitigate and price-in risk elements. The outcome is that JEC will only take on projects in which It Is confident that it can deliver.