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Archetype Group wins $US25 million contract for the new administrative building of National Assembly Cambodia

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Ho Chi Minh City, 25 September 2020 The Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia has received a $US25 million grant from the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for the construction of the new administrative building of the National Assembly of Cambodia and the provision of necessary furniture and equipment for the National Assembly of Cambodia on its existing site.

Archetype Group has been selected to provide all-around services for the project. The signing ceremony took place on 14 August 2020, hosted by the National Assembly of Cambodia and attended by both parties’ delegates.

The contract was signed by Michel Cassagnes, Managing Director of Archetype Cambodia, and H.E Leng Peng Long, the Secretary General of the National Assembly of Cambodia. The project will be managed and run by Archetype Cambodia, a subsidiary of the Archetype Group.

The new administrative building of the national assembly is a 12-floor building annexed to the existing building. It will comprise offices and a conference hall, completed with all necessary facilities designed with a Green concept.

Archetype Group is one of the largest privately-owned construction consultancies in Asia Pacific, with core services in architecture and planning; building design and engineering; project and cost management; as well as industrial and process engineering. The firm’s expertise covers the key construction markets of buildings and real estate, industry and manufacturing, as well as energy and infrastructure.

Since 2002, Archetype has been involved in prestigious real estate projects including the Mahanakhon Tower in Bangkok, the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai, Capital Place (Four Seasons Hotel) in Jakarta, Saigon Pearl in Ho Chi Minh City, the Siem Reap International Airport, Cambodia and many others. The group has 23 offices in 15 countries around the world, many of which are in Asia, and employs more than 1,000 workers worldwide.

Source: Archetype Group

– Construction+ Online