PCC has a long history of great achievements that have made significant Contributions to the development of Taiwan and have supported our reputation as a leader in the industry.
In 1970, the dawn of Taiwan’s economic boom, PCC built the first 12-floor residential building, known as the “Champagne Building”, in the East district of Taiwan, using a new construction method called the “Expansion Structure” technique. Not only did the company pioneer this new technique, but we also created the concept of having a supermarket in the same building as residential units. This new concept grew to form a new lifestyle and helped originate the development of today’s “Ding Ho” commercial district.
In 1978, we again set a landmark in Taiwan’s construction history by building the “Parkside Community” project using a new method called the ‘‘Prefabricated on Site” technique. This construction technique broke through the barrier of traditional constructing methods and became a leading technique in the industry.
1979 marked another significant achievement for PCC, when we were the first to adopt an advanced constructing method called the “Electric Heating Form” technique which we used in our construction of the “Cheng-Kung” housing project. This technique significantly reduced construction time and enabled us to build the main structure of a 19 story building in only 68 days, which had never been done before in Taiwan.
In 1987, we entered a new era of growth by diversifying our business and extending into the international arena. Today, FCC’s businesses include commerce, realty, leisure, securities and finance, with operations in Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, mainland China and the US.
From unknown to well known, we have carried out our dream piece by piece and will continue to be an important force in Taiwan’s economic development.