|Phone||+251 11 4426142|
|Phone 2||+251 11 4426145|
|Phone 3||+251 11 4426147|
|Fax||+251 11 4426146|
|Mobile||+251 91 1201095|
|Location||Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia|
|Primary Category||Building Construction|
Tekleberhan Ambaye Construction PLC (TACON) is one of the most known construction companies undertaking various construction projects in different parts of Ethiopia. The Organization is currently registered as a Class I Building Contractor, with a capital exceeding Birr 1 Billion.
TACON has a vision of becoming a cross-border, reputable construction company. It operates with a mission of quality service to the public and reasonable profit to the owner. Core values that govern the organization include client satisfaction, professionalism, integrity, quality and Social responsibility.
To assure this the Company has put into operation a Quality Management System and has passed the ISO 9001:2000 Certification audits by ZDH ZERT Company.
TACON has undertaken various projects in different parts of Ethiopia. To mention a few: In Oromia Region, the Oromia President’s Office at Adama, Robe Stadium, Jimma Agricultural College, Jimma University, RTTI, and Limu Guenet Hospital projects were undertaken by TACON. In Addis Ababa the Forestry Gene Bank Building, the African Union upgrading works and Tse Tse Fly Eradication projects were carried out by TACON.
In Somali Region the Kebribeyah Customs Office, Gode Rural Technology Center and others, in the Southern Region agricultural project buildings, and in Benishangul Gumuz the Gilgel Beles Education Bureau, low cost houses and prison administration buildings were constructed by TACON.
In Amhara Region the Woreta Agriculture College and Gonder OPD, in Gambella Region TVET College, and in Tigray Region Air Force Staff Apartment projects were constructed by TACON.
Projects recently completed include the Market Complex (Phase I), Market Complex (Phase II) and Mekele University in Mekele and Debre Markos UCBP Project Phase I & II in Debre Markos and more.
Projects currently at hand: