ACE Construction Group was founded in 1988 by our current Senior President, U Tint Hsan, in the city of Pathein, administrative center of the Ayeyarwaddy Division. After much successful cooperation with local partners to develop the Ayeyarwaddy Division, the head office of ACE Construction Group was moved in 1993 to the ancient Capital city of Myanmar, Yangon. This move allowed the company to undertake various projects in the construction sector and confirmed a solid knowledge and know-how of the last technologies, techniques of organization and management to accomplish projects on-time. The excellence of ACE Construction was further recognized in the whole country. Thanks to this, the company had the opportunity to move to Nay Pyi Taw in 2003 and realize major projects, from private housing and hotels to government’s projects, including the construction of the Myanmar Parliament, the landmark of Nay Pyi Taw.
When our current Senior President, U Tint Hsan, decided to found ACE Construction Group, his idea was to develop Myanmar, but more especially his native region. The Ayeyarwaddy Division is one of the most beautiful region of Myanmar, but divided in many small villages, all spread out and with a difficult access, due to the important number of rivers and mountains. So the company started to develop public medical infrastructures such as nursing schools and an extension of the public hospital. At the same time, the group also handled projects which are now being considered as landmarks in Pathein: the Clock Tower and the Phaung Daw U Pagoda.
From 1993 and the move to Yangon, ACE Construction Group developed bigger projects for the main companies of the country. This includes some high-standard hotels, as the Sedona Hotel and the Thamada Hotel, as well as one of the must-see places by tourists: the Karaweik Hall where ACE Construction made a complete renovation. The head office in Yangon also permitted to ACE Construction to become recognized with a great reputation in the whole country. This reputation brought them to build public educational infrastructures such as an Engineering University and a University of Medicine, still with the willing to develop Myanmar and its people. The design created for the universities was then re-used for many other Universities in Myanmar.