Recently, the 2022 FIFA World Cup began at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. CSCEC has built, renovated, and expanded multiple modern stadiums in Mauritius, Cambodia, the Republic of the Congo, the Gabonese Republic and some other countries and they have become landmark buildings to host major domestic and international sports events.
Rehabilitation works on four Senegalese stadiums
The project consists of the rehabilitation, upgrading and renovation of four stadiums— Leopold Sedar Senghor Stadium in Dakar, Aline Sitoe Diatta in Ziguinchor, Lamine Gueye in Kaolack and Ely Manel Fall in Diourbel. The work includes outdoor projects, sports facilities, decorations, as well as electrical and mechanical systems and equipment. Located in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, the Leopold Sedar Senghor stadium is the largest comprehensive one so far. It has about 60,000 seats and will be the venue for the 2026 Summer Youth Olympics.
Multi-Sports Complex Center in Mauritius
The project is Mauritius' first sports venue with international standards and the country's largest sports center. The sports center consists of an 8,000-seat Olympic stadium, an aquatic sports center with two swimming pools, a comprehensive stadium, and a FIFA football court. In 2019, judo and swimming events of the 10th Indian Ocean Island Games were held in the sports center.
Morodok Techo National Stadium
Located in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, the stadium is a super-large one with 60,000 seats. In the shape of a sailing ship, the stadium integrates elements including the ancient roof ridge and the gesture of "Sampeah" (placing both palms together at the mouth level in a greeting or a way to show respect) into its design and will serve as the main venue for the 2023 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
Port-Gentil Stadium in Gabon
As the main venue for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, the project has a total construction area of about 19,000 square meters and 4 floors to accommodate 20,000 spectators and consists of a main stadium, an outdoor basketball court, a volleyball court, a tennis court, and other sports facilities.
Libreville Stadium in Gabon
Located in the central area of Libreville, the capital of Gabon, the project is built as a main venue for the 2018 Intercontinental Handball Tournament (Africa). As a multi-functional comprehensive venue, basketball, boxing, and tae kwon do events, conferences, exhibitions, and concerts can be held in it. With a construction area of about 12,800 square meters, the stadium has three floors with 5,358 seats.
Kintele Stadium in Brazzaville, the Republic of the Congo
Located in the north suburb of Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of the Congo, the international large stadium is a modern, ecological, and high-level sports building. The project began in June, 2013 and was completed in September, 2015. With its design drawing inspiration from the sun, the stadium has 60,000 seats and consists of a 10,000-seat comprehensive venue and an aquatic sports center accommodating 2,000 people.
Athletic Stadium Restoration and Reconstruction in Grenada
Located in St. George's, the capital of Grenada, the project has a total construction area of 11,600 square meters and a construction height of 20.5 meters. As the country's only standard sports venue where international track and field events can be held, the project has become a landmark building of the country. Every year, multiple international track, field, and football events, domestic sports events of Grenada, and major festival celebrations are held here.