Read about ABCECG's history and achievements, on a sense of purpose, and our unique heritage still shapes the way we do business today.
The Association has Membership Strength of approximately 1,285 Companies, including 21 Foreign Contractors and still counting. The Association is headquartered in Accra with Branches in all the ten (10) Regions of Ghana.
The Association is composed of Construction firms in the class categories of D1K1 to D4K4. Grade “D1K1” rates the highest while grade “D4K4” is the lowest. The rating is based on the availability of certain key resources such as Personnel, Office Space, Equipment base, Financial capacity and any other necessary resources determine by the Association.
ABCECG Ghana Is pinoneered in capacity building in the cosruction sector, cooperation and collaboration in delivery of modern affordable housing infrastructure, interest / compensation on delayed payment for contracts duly executed Our team of engineers work hard together to provide each of our trusted partners and clients the best output that no other engineering association can offer.View Our Team members
ABCECG GHANA The evolution of a local indigenous construction Association which will ensure that the commanding heights of the construction industry in Ghana are in the hands of Ghanaians.Careers and Opportunities
To create a cutting-edge association that will continously enhance the capacity and welfare of contractors and network with relevant national and international bodies for the provision of quality infrastructure development and growth of the construction industry in Ghana.
The overall strategic goal of ABCECG is to contribute significantly to government efforts to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goal which seeks to build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation by 2030.
The vision for the association is:
ABCECG to be leading national voice for maintaining the highest standards in the construction industry in Ghana.
The key strategic objectives to drive the 5-year plan are: