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China Architectural Engineering, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, installation, and maintenance of structural glass and other light structure building systems primarily in the People's Republic of China, the Middle East, and the United States. It designs and installs various curtain wall systems, including glass curtain walls, stone curtain walls, metal curtain walls, roofing systems, and related products for public works projects and commercial real estate. The company's curtain wall products are specialty wall systems that include a series of glass panels set in metal frames, stone panels, or metal panels, as well as roofing systems and related products. It markets its products primarily through sales representatives. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in Zhuhai, the People's Republic of China. China Architectural Engineering, Inc. is a subsidiary of KGE Group, Limited.

"We specialize in high-end curtain wall systems (including glass, stone and metal curtain walls), roofing systems, steel construction systems, eco-energy saving building conservation systems and related products, for public works and commercial real estate projects." From annual report


Website:http://www.caebuilding.com/Home/tabid/36/Default.aspx

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq-qNMkEJtw Company Officers : Luo Ken Yi, CEO

Outstanding Shares : 51.1 Million




Shanghai Qizhong Tennis Court

The rotating openable roof looks like white Yulan Magnolia flower. .....by day and by night....


Nanjing Olympic Sports Center with Energy Efficient CoatedGlass :

Provides solar control, both minimizing heat gain and controlling thermal transfer, by adding coatings to glass. In addition, coatings add color and varying levels of reflectivity




Beijing Botanical Garden Greenhouse

Bringing the theme, “remembering roots”, to life, the greenhouse was constructed with 8,000 pieces of irregular double-glazed toughened glass panes and a steel structure to create a three-dimensional image of intertwining roots and stems. The spider and point-fixed glass curtain wall systems automatically adjust for temperature, humidity, sun shading, UV exposure, and irrigation. The structure is comprised of an elliptical atrium (bud) and a double -curved radiated sector (leaf). The “bud” is set on the outside surface of the steel truss, and the “leaf” is on the inside, both protecting the steel from the rain forest conditions inside and expressing the theme.




Hangzhou Grand Theater

A crossover double curved shell and an inverted circular cone shell combine to form the three-dimensional appearance, demonstrating not only the spirit of the new millennium, but the attributes of the ancient cultural city, Hangzhou, as well.



Qingdao Digital Technology Center

The project is a large building in the layout of the constellation Gemini and consists of a south building, a north building, and a skirt building between them. The whole external enclosure of the building uses almost a crystal clear glass curtain walls that provide sufficient lighting and a wide view. On the exterior of the building, the architect uses polyhedron curtain walls and divides a curtain wall into two triangles along the diagonal with a certain included angle; the glass components are mainly connected through Low-E glass plus green hollow glass, which are interspersed regularly with frosted hollow glass that is not connected through.


Qintai Culture & Art Center

The building is claded by copper panels and fair faced concrete panels.



Shenzhen International Airport
The structure was designed to give the impression of a great bird in flight. Transparent laminated toughened glass panes were fixed to the columns by spider and point-supported devices.




Lenovo Building
This project covers an area of about 2,000 square meters. The entire structure at the entrance is a large-span suspension single-layer cable point curtain wall. At daytime, the glass looks crystal and transparent; at night, the glass glitters splendidly under the lights, becoming the highlight of the whole building





Beijing Tsinghua University Natatorium
The foyer uses the technology of 3D point fixed glass curtain wall. It is adjustable through entire non-coplanar triangular fixed glass, and stainless steel components support the stick structure.








Doha High Rise Office Building

ARCHITECT: ATELIERS JEAN NOUVEL; China State Construction Engineering Corp.

LOCATION: Qatar

The design evokes the geometric complexity of the oriental moucharabieh, a typical Islamic style of interlaced wooden screenwork, while also functioning as a form of solar protection. The curtain wall is composed of four “butterfly” aluminum elements of different scales. This overall pattern changes in order to provide maximal protection from the strong east and west sun. The inside layer is a reflective glass skin, which complements protection. A system of roller-blinds can also be used when needed.





Shanghai South Railway Station
The multi-point fixed space steel roofing structure and the different tri-layers structural system is a large span transparent roofing system conversely suspending in China.






Zhongguancun Software Park

The “Disc,” with a diameter of 85 meters, is hung 20 meters in the air by radial steel cables and tension cables fixed to four conical steel columns.
The “Disc” uses a high-tech photoelectric system for environmental protection and conservation. Sunlight is converted to electrical energy and stored in photoelectric boards in the laminated glass.
Spider and point-fixed toughened laminated glass shows off the intricate steel structure.




Shanghai Auto Museum

A new-style frameless curtain wall adapting mechanical briquetting connection to eliminate hidden dangers of traditional frameless curtain wall



Library of China Academy of Sciences

The curtain wall and skylight roof of the atrium, stairway, and tea hall of the Library of China Academy of Sciences utilizes point-fix glass technology. The designer purposely put the glass between the main steel frame and the stainless steel rod supporting structure of the curtain wall. This way, people both inside and outside can appreciate the finely processed metal components and stainless steel claws through the glass. Right above the stairway, the skylight roof made of crossed cable looks particularly simple and transparent. The tea hall adopts bent hollow Low-E tempered glass with good thermal effect..





Xiamen Haichang Bridge Museum

Based on the different building elevations required by the east and west anchor bodies of Haichang Bridge, this project adopts different supporting structures such as a steel frame, stainless steel rods, and glass ribs, which have delivered architectural effects of different styles. There is contrast between the rugged and dignified, as well as the soft and fine in the rain canopies, glass stairways, and glass floors.



Greenhouse of Changzhou Dinosaur Park

The entire building is designed as a dinosaur egg with two hemispheres opening in the middle; the two hemispheres are connected by a glass corridor. The long axis of the glass ball is 63 meters long and the short axis is 36 meters long, with the height of the ceiling being 24 meters. The greenhouse is designed on the theme of “source of life” and divided into three major exhibition areas including a tropical plant area, a selected works of garden art area, and a central area, integrating the appreciation, participation, and functions for the purpose of fully displaying the beauty of Nature and the vigor of the modern metropolitan.








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CAE’s business operations started in 1992 and our objective has been to achieve and maintain a leading position in the global commercial construction industry by providing timely, high-quality service solutions to our clients utilizing specialized technical expertise in the design, engineering, fabrication and construction of structural exterior cladding systems. We strive to integrate the latest technology into the engineering design and construction, to provide alternative solutions for architects, and the end users. We are committed to developing and promoting sustainable technologies in the building environment.

CAE and its subsidiary companies specialize in the design, engineering, and installation of high-end curtain wall system with special requirements including:

* glass curtain walls
* stone curtain walls
* metal curtain walls
* roofing curtain walls

Our products have been used widely in many types of buildings. In the past 15 years we have designed and constructed nearly one hundred projects of different scales throughout China and Southeast Asia, including:

* The National Grand Theater
* The Beijing Botanical Garden
* The China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company (COSCO) Office Tower in Beijing
* The Meridian Gate, Exhibition Hall of the Palace Museum in Beijing
* The Shenzhen International Airport
* The Shanghai South Railway Station
* The Nanjing Olympic Park
* The National Convention Center of Vietnam

Most recently, we used our products in a number of commercial buildings in Southeast Asia. We also have several projects under development in North America and the Middle East.

We focus our design, engineering, and installation expertise on distinct product segments requiring unique or innovative techniques as we have extensive experience in providing services requiring complex design and installation techniques and other unusual project needs. We believe we have gained a reputation as a reliable, fully integrated provider of design-build, engineering, installation services with the ability to complete large, complex projects on a timely, cost-efficient basis. By focusing on innovation while outsourcing commoditized manufacturing work, we believe we are able to add artistic and technological value to projects at cost-effective price points.

We were incorporated in the State of Delaware on in 2004. In 2006, we closed a share exchange transaction, pursuant to which we became the 100% parent of Full Art International, Ltd., a Hong Kong company, which has four subsidiaries, including its wholly-owned subsidiary Zhuhai King Glass Engineering Co., Ltd., a company organized under the laws of the People’s Republic of China (KGE).


Located on the Pear River, the Guangzhou Opera House is situated in the Southern area of the CBD of the Pearl River New Town, occupying 10.4 acres of land, with near 400,000 square feet of internal area for the Grand Theater, around 79,000 square feet of internal area for the multi-function theater and 280,000 square feet for the associated facilities. The total construction area is about 753,000 square feet.

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RCH has over 50 Patents
http://www.caebuilding.com/Corporate/OurPatents/tabid/65/Default.aspx

China Architectural Engineering Reports $106.3 Million Backlog for 2008

Thursday January 17, 9:00 am ET

Sharp Rise Reflection of Successful International Growth Strategy

ZHUHAI, China & LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--China Architectural Engineering, Inc. (CAE) (AMEX:RCH - News), a leader in the design, engineering, fabrication and installation of high-end curtain wall systems, today reported that its backlog for 2008 currently stands at approximately $106.3 million. The backlog figure consists of 17 separate domestic and international contracts. Of that amount, the Company said it expects to book approximately $80.3 million in new revenue in 2008 based on contracted projects not yet started as of December 31, 2007, with additional revenue of approximately $26 million from projects already underway.

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/080117/20080117005126.html?.v=1


China Architectural Engineering Announces New Projects Worth $50 Million in Dubai
Tuesday March 18, 3:30 pm ET

Company Will Build Enclosures for Stations, Entranceways, Walkways, Bridges and Parking Lots on What Will Be the World's Longest Fully Automated Transit Line


ZHUHAI, China & LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--China Architectural Engineering, Inc. (CAE) (AMEX:RCH - News), a leader in the design, engineering, fabrication and installation of high-end curtain wall systems, today announced that it has signed a contract worth approximately $50 million to build external envelopes for stations on the Red Line of the Dubai Metro System. The Company also announced that it expects to be awarded contracts in the range of $80-$100 million for auxiliary structures on the same transit line.
http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/080318/20080318006445.html?.v=1


China Architectural Engineering Awarded $3.8 Million Contract for Renovation of China's National Museum
Thursday March 20, 3:10 pm ET
Management Expects Latest Series of Contract Wins and Rapidly Growing New Business Pipeline to Position Company for Record Year in Revenues and Earnings

http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/080320/20080320005915.html?.v=1

 

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#462   R/S 1 for 4; Symbol change; Earnings mlkrborn 12/29/10 01:00:55 PM
#461   NEWS. China Architectural Engineering, Inc. (Nasdaq: CAEI), today iidris 12/18/10 11:26:21 AM
#460   yup but now this baby is ready to deyko 12/06/10 09:32:36 PM
#459   BETTER BAIL WHILE U STILL HAVE SOME MONEYS..NEXT pumpkin09 09/28/10 07:44:54 PM
#458   SOLD THIS POS, AUG .92,MADE A BUNCH OF pumpkin09 09/28/10 07:42:24 PM
#457   CAEI 0.76 mlkrborn 09/16/10 11:39:44 AM
#456   running on newssss Hedge Starz 08/24/10 12:19:17 PM
#455   sheehs..tough to see if it's going bk.. sucks langlui 05/31/10 06:17:46 AM
#454   nope, not any i know of just shitty The Night Stalker 05/29/10 07:54:01 PM
#453   check the institutional and form 4. and langlui 05/29/10 05:30:56 PM
#452   man that is bad.. no wonder... langlui 05/29/10 05:30:24 PM
#451   talk about shitty earnings. these guys suck IMO. The Night Stalker 05/29/10 12:25:36 PM
#450   Im thinking the company has been dumping The Night Stalker 05/29/10 12:20:13 PM
#449   w00t.. it's below $1?! wow langlui 05/29/10 01:18:43 AM
#448   this POS looks cheap down here The Night Stalker 05/28/10 11:48:52 PM
#447   Looks like someone's trying to load the boat fratboy72 04/27/10 11:52:38 AM
#446   public pick here............. cottonmather 04/15/10 08:36:16 AM
#445   2 solid days in a row.........wonder what's up? fratboy72 03/18/10 03:59:06 PM
#444   091 close to 060 52 weeks low level. mlkrborn 02/06/10 01:04:03 PM
#443   China Architectural Engineering to Acquire Majority Stake in fratboy72 12/14/09 08:49:19 AM
#442   News (kinda): finance.yahoo.com/news/Skymark-Research-Initiates-pz-1503540441.html?x=0&.v=1 Theo 12/11/09 09:12:33 AM
#441   what is going on today? Why the onTarget 12/10/09 01:48:14 PM
#440   NEWS?? Huge gain today!! Aweseome. fratboy72 12/10/09 11:38:14 AM
#439   o.O go caei onTarget 11/25/09 10:01:24 AM
#438   YUCK! fratboy72 11/20/09 08:34:26 AM
#437   I think they will but might be a thekrup 11/16/09 01:29:29 PM
#436   PHUCK! fratboy72 11/16/09 09:03:17 AM
#435   I missed the $5-10 double bagger and for LifeStar 11/05/09 10:05:30 PM
#434   On fire today.......starting the next leg up? fratboy72 10/14/09 03:57:54 PM
#433   What a POS this turned out to be....pps bUrRpPPP! 10/01/09 07:11:12 PM
#432   Link to Insider transactions, Once the KGE group bUrRpPPP! 09/15/09 02:45:34 PM
#431   Insider sales...... bUrRpPPP! 09/10/09 08:05:14 PM
#430   Insiders just keep selling....unreal! bUrRpPPP! 09/10/09 05:36:32 PM
#429   Added $1.70 eom bUrRpPPP! 09/09/09 01:15:21 PM
#428   Insiders sure are dumping a lot of shares.... bUrRpPPP! 09/08/09 09:50:27 PM
#427   Confused....... With monstor backlog and a Q3 that ndforlife 08/21/09 02:35:07 PM
#426   Picked up some $1.92's chart.... bUrRpPPP! 08/20/09 04:53:51 PM
#425   10Q out, monstrous 400% backlog increase. Still kuwlness 08/17/09 08:39:59 AM
#424   Nice catch- I didn't bother to check "Pink Theo 08/14/09 04:44:26 PM
#423   They filed an NT back on the 11th kuwlness 08/14/09 04:21:04 PM
#422   So, do they file an NT or will Theo 08/14/09 02:37:18 PM
#421   woooooo bradford86 08/12/09 01:18:04 AM
#420   News: finance.yahoo.com/news/China-Architectural-prnews-37322986.html?x=0&. Theo 08/11/09 08:49:15 AM
#419   Where the sh!t did that come from? kuwlness 08/07/09 09:37:32 AM
#418   high 2.84 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ TheInvisibleHand ™ 08/05/09 02:21:08 PM
#417   Yes it is.. Just think, Q2 hasn't even ndforlife 08/05/09 11:46:40 AM
#416   filling the gap quickly Theo 08/05/09 10:12:09 AM
#415   CAEI news ... PM way up AngieM 08/05/09 09:17:57 AM
#414   Up .30 PM (watching it cross on the Theo 08/05/09 09:09:00 AM
#413   Big bump up today ... maybe starting to kuwlness 08/05/09 12:32:26 AM
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