DORCE is one of the sector's leading and first established companies as Turkish global brand on prefabricated modular steel structure manufacturing, export and international contracting services all over the world.
Prefabricated modular steel structures, manufactured by DORCE, meet all kinds of needs including; engineering, procurement, production, logistics, assembly, infrastructure and superstructure works, testing and commissioning, with in-house engineers on a turnkey basis in different geographies under harsh climatic conditions at the same time.
Founded in 1982, DORCE is a general contractor with 40 years of experience, which owns the largest prefabricated steel structures manufacturing facility in Europe, operating under the local and international quality standards in more than 60 countries.
DORCE, with global experience as a Turkey-based company; is a global company that successfully completes its projects in Africa, South America, Asia, Europe and Australia such as housing projects in Australia, hospital projects in Venezuela, and worker residential cities in Malaysia.
We undertake projects for Governmental Authorities (Ministries, Governorates, Embassies etc.) and the clients in Oil, Gas, Refinery, Energy Industry, Mining Industry, Construction Industry, Defense sector, International and non-profit Organizations, etc. all around the World.
DORCE, manages entire lifecycle of a project with design, construction and operation services in-house by using Building Information Modeling (BIM) rather than traditional methods, by catching the necessities of the era with Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) & Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA).
Our Main Construction Methods are;
- Modern Methods of Construction (MMC), Design for Manufacturing & Assembly (DfMA)
- Off-Site Construction
- Prefabricated Construction
- Modular Construction
- Industrialized Building Systems (IBS)
- Containerized Construction Systems
DORCE, with the Capability of Doing Business in All Geographies; is rapidly mobilized and completes durable and sustainable structures under harsh climatic conditions beyond the range of +50 to -50 degrees Celsius.