The Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG) is one of the leading diversified international contractors in the Middle East and North Africa.
HLG offers clients a one-stop solution for all their construction, development and asset management needs.
HLG aims to be the leading diversified international contractor in the Middle East and North Africa.
HLG was formed in 2007 following the merger of the UAE’s premier building contractor, Al Habtoor Engineering with Gulf Leighton, the Leighton Group’s original operating company in the Gulf region.
HLG is committed to providing a range of delivery methods that best suit clients needs and individual project requirements.
HLG is one of the leading diversified international contractors in the Middle East and North Africa. We focus on five core market sectors.
HLG offers engineering and infrastructure services that include design, development, construction, and operation and maintenance; with a strong emphasis on transport-related projects.
HLG's building expertise encompasses hotel developments, commercial and retail developments, residential developments, hospitals and healthcare facilities, education and cultural developments, industrial facilities, sports facilities and government/ defence buildings.
HLG’s rail operations are undertaken through its specialist rail services provider, the Advance Rail Group (ARG).
The oil and gas expertise of HLG and its related companies is focused on near-shore import and export facilities, and onshore facilities in Greenfield and Brownfield locations.
HLG operates a number of Associated Businesses across the region that complement our core construction activities. The Associated Businesses are formed through strategic joint ventures with leaders in their respective industries and provide specialist services including MEP services, foundation engineering, steel fabrication and erection, waste management, remediation and environmental services.
HLS is one of the leading Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP) specialist construction companies in the region, with vast experience in turn-key projects.
HSSG offers a comprehensive range of foundation engineering services for large-scale projects throughout the region.
HLGI is one of the leading joinery and fit-out groups in the Middle East and North Africa specialising in hotels, offices, retail and residential interior solutions.
Al Dhafra Recycling Industries is responsible for the processing of construction and demolition materials across the Emirate Abu Dhabi. The aim of the facility is to reduce the level of construction and demolition material being disposed of in Abu Dhabi's landfills.
HLG’s management systems underpin our commitment to promoting and supporting sustainability within the Group and the wider community. Through our integrated management system, we ensure that projects are delivered successfully and sustainably.
Occupational health and safety is a priority for the Group, and our strong safety record is a key competitive advantage.
The Group is regarded throughout the construction industry as a leader in environmental management.
HLG recognises that, wherever we operate, we are a guest of the local community, and we endeavour to minimise the impact of our work on residents and their environment
Quality management is central to all HLG’s activities.
Leighton Offshore today announced the signing of an EPC contract with Iraq’s South Oil Company to install three single point moorings (SPMs) and 120 kilometres of 48-inch pipelines in the Arabian Gulf, offshore Iraq.
Abu Dhabi’s construction industry can now reduce its environmental impact with the opening of a new specialised processing plant designed and built by Thiess Services Middle East to manage construction and demolition debris.
The joint venture of Al Habtoor - Murray and Roberts has been awarded the contract to construct the St Regis Hotel and Residences on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi for the Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC).
The Al Habtoor Leighton Group has been awarded an AED 1.2 billion contract for the design and construction of the new Paris Sorbonne University campus at Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi for Mubadala Development Company.