Since 2001, diolkos group operates successfully in Construction, Real Estate Development, and Project Management.
Integrity, Creativity, Reliability and Commitment, are the building blocks of our corporate philosophy.
We see an opportunity in every project, to bring our forward thinking to transform the present and inspire the future.
We carry a customer-driven approach to all of our projects ensuring bespoke solutions, fit-to-purpose tools and top-notch end results, which aim to help clients optimise their goals and in addition, set a higher standard for the construction industry.
We are problem-solvers with attention to detail. We focus on all aspects of each assignment by thorough planning, creative execution and deep understanding of the building environment.
We offer comprehensive, cost-efficient development solutions that challenge the industry’s standards and build customer trust and retention.
We are committed to excellence, armed with unique design concepts and architectural innovation.
We promise top quality services through our team of experts who work together to bring our clients’ vision to life.
Since 2001, we have proudly served leading companies, institutions and private owners from a wide range of sectors including industrial, commercial, retail, banking, health, media and education. We strive for excellence in servicing each valued client’s unique needs, offering high-end solutions and delivering top-class construction that builds mutual trust and respect, leading to returning clients.
Thanks to our high quality standards and design innovation approach, we have been granted accreditation status from leading industry bodies.
diolkos: The meaning and history behind our trade name
All four companies of Diolkos group, carry the name “Diolkos” for a reason. Diolkos was an ambitious, state-of-the-art project in ancient Greece which is considered the greatest of technical construction works until today. The idea of the work of Diolkos was conceived towards the end of the 7th century BCE and represented a railway in the basic sense, of a prepared track which was used to guide ships running on it. This paved trackway across the Isthmus of Corinth, enabled boats to be moved overland and also saved them from sailing the dangerous sea journey from the Ionian Sea to the Aegean Sea while offering a much shorter route to Athens for ships sailing to and from the Ionian coast of Greece.