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Bismarck Consolidated was founded in North Dakota in 1950 and we returned to our roots in 2014 with the opening of our Bismarck office.

We measure our success not in dollars earned but on our contribution to the success of our customers and our employees.

The Global Construction Summit, presented by Engineering News-Record and Marcum LLP, brings together the construction industry’s best world market experts to help attendees build their corporate fitness and compete on the international playing field.

A year later, CCC won projects in the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Qatar.

In 1973, CCC set up the National Petroleum Construction Company in Abu Dhabi to provide offshore services to the oil and gas industries in all the countries of the Persian Gulf.

Once a rural, one-room schoolhouse built in 1827, the building experienced many additions and renovations until it was vacated by the school district in the 1970’s for two newer elementary schools to serve the thriving area.

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In the summer of 1941, after having graduated from American University in Beirut, Hasib Sabbagh, one of the founders of CCC, returned to Palestine to find a job.

After a number of disappointing job offers, he decided to start his own business and went to Beirut in spring 1948, where a number of his brothers and sisters had already sought refuge due to the Arab- Israeli war.