Sigma International Construction began operations in 1993 in the Northern Iraq under Operation Safe Haven, building schools, homes and bridges throughout Kurdistan. It was established as a US-based company and registered under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia as a Class-A General Contractor for high/heavy construction and commercial electrical contracting. In June 2003, Sigma was re-established in Iraq and since then has completed many important projects such as:
Ministry of Defense, Baghdad, Iraq
Electoral Building of Iraq, Baghdad
Military Academy, Rustamyah, Baghdad
Waste Water Treatment Plant, Rustamyah, Baghdad
NATO Offices, Rustamyah, Baghdad
Indoor Olympic Size Swimming Pool, Baghdad
In all of its work in Iraq, Sigma has gained the trust of its partners and contractors, all of whom represent well known companies and organizations such as Laguna Construction Company, CH2M Hill, Kellogg Brown & Root, USAID, ITSI, Weston Solutions, the US Army, the US Air Force and NATO.
In 2006, Sigma established a branch in Erbil Kurdistan and is now building a large residential project named Khanzad American Village, partially financed by the Overseas Private Investment Corporation. OPIC is an agency within the U.S. government that assists US businesses and has supported more than $177 billion worth of investments around the world.
Sigma recently opened a new branch in Abu Dhabi and has many planned projects for the future in this promising market.