Consolidated Consultants Group (CCG) is a pioneering architectural and engineering consultancy firm that provides a comprehensive range of services in the fields of design, management and specialized studies.
Our passion and success are driven by our unwavering commitment to finding and implementing inventive solutions. We focus on designs that are both environmentally conscious and culturally relevant, and we create long term partnerships with clients, agencies and communities.
The business is founded and begins operating in the field of engineering.
Jafar Tukan begins operating in Dubai, UAE, and will later become a partner of CCG.
The Jafar Tukan Library is established as a regional reference center, to inspire professionals and future innovators in architecture, design, and engineering. The library will later be located at CCG’s headquarters in Amman.
The company is reconstructed by uniting some of Jordan’s leading consultancy firms, Al-Maktab Al-Arabi, Masar Engineering, and ROID. A number of outstanding individuals in the industry join as partners, including Sa’id Abujaber (Rukn Al Handaseh), and the headquarters in Amman, Jordan is opened.
Balbissi and Dabbas for Engineering joins the CCG family.
CCG receives the Award of Excellence from King Hussein of Jordan, and the Al Hussein Medal, for design and supervision of the construction of Karameh Dam.
Architect Jafar Tukan, who will later join CCG as a partner, receives the Palestine Award for Architecture from the Organization of the Arab Cities. CCG receives the Award of Merit from the Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand (ACENZ) for the design and construction supervision of Wadi Hadada Tunnel in Amman.
CCG’s Abu Dhabi office opens.
Architect Jafar Tukan is awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and the World Habitat Award for his work on the SOS Village project.
CCG receives an award from the Organization of Arab Cities for the Amman City Hall project.
The prestigious architecture consulting firm Jafar Tukan and Partners, which had led the development of architecture in Jordan for three decades, merges with CCG, becoming one of the leading complete architectural and engineering service providers in the region.
The Jordanian Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH) honors CCG as the “Best Consultancy” in the field of Roads.
CCG receives the ACEC Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies for the Aqaba Industrial Zone project.
WAEDAT is established, CCG’s non-profit initiative to help women in the region access more opportunities to empower them and help them realize their entrepreneurial dreams.
The Jordanian Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH) honors CCG with the award of “Best Consultancy” in the field of Environmental Protection for their work on the DISI Water Conveyance System Project.
The Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) presents CCG with the award of “Best Executed Project” in the areas of engineering consultancy and contracting for the National Library project.
CCG opens its office in Erbil, Kurdistan Region.
CCG opens its office in Riyadh, KSA.
CCG is the first in Jordan to achieve LEED silver certification, for the Netherlands Embassy project in Jordan. This project also wins CCG the award for Best Consultancy from the Jordanian Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH).
CCG receives the King Abdullah II Award for Excellence for the Private Sector, and also opens its office in Baghdad, Iraq.
CCG receives an award from the International Property Awards Arabia for Best Mixed-Use Development in Saudi Arabia for the Samaya Project by CAYAN.
CCG is ranked for the first time in the Engineering News-Record (ENR) as one of the Top 225 International Design Firms and opens its office in Delhi, India.
CCG receives an award from the Jordanian Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH) for “Best Consultancy” in the field of Specialized Engineering for the National Library project.
At the Arabian Property Awards CCG wins the Highly Commended Award for DAMAC Tower, and the Highly Commended Award for CAYAN CMC.
CCG is awarded with 5 Stars by the Arabian Property Awards for ‘Best Public Architecture’ for the Mahmoud Darwish Memorial.
CCG launches its Blue Scarf Campaign to provide basic necessities and donations to help those in need.
The office in Nouakchott, Mauritania is opened.
CCG receives the Honorary Shield from His Majesty King Abdullah II for achieving the EFQM Recognized for Excellence (R4E) award with 4-star recognition. CCG is the third organization worldwide in the field of engineering services, and the first Jordanian organization to receive this accreditation.
CCG’s Engineer Hanan Badi Awwad becomes the Head of the Arab Women Engineers Committee.
Today CCG employs over 600 people and operates in 25 countries worldwide.
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