Hsin Chong Construction Group Ltd. (“Hsin Chong”) is pleased to be appointed as Construction Manager for the Thai Boon Roong Twin Tower World Trade Center Project in Cambodia by the co-developers Sun Kian Ip Group and Thai Boon Roong Group. Located on the bank of the Mekong River in the capital city Phnom Penh, the Twin Tower will reach 500 metres (133 storeys) into the sky when completed, making it Cambodia’s tallest building as well as one of the world’s tallest buildings.
Ir Paul Lee, Managing Director of Hsin Chong Construction Company Limited (HCC), and Mr Augustine Tang, Director of HCC signed the contract at a ceremony held today in Phnom Penh. “We are honoured to be chosen to deliver this landmark project for Cambodia, which has been earmarked as an important commercial and residential facility. We will be applying the strengths and experience we have in constructing largescale integrated projects in Hong Kong and Macau to provide the best solutions
and a high-quality product for our client,” said Ir Lee.
As Construction Manager for the project, Hsin Chong will be responsible for coordination and supervision of works contractors, programme control, commercial advice, monitoring safety and quality control,
managing site logistics, as well as coordinating with consultants and the local authorities.
The project also includes four residential buildings of 59 to 65 storeys, an 11-storey podium structure with three levels of basement, and another three levels of basement under the existing Hun Sen Plaza
in front of the Twin Towers. The Thai Boon Roong Twin Tower World Trade Center Project will accommodate a wide range of facilities such as hotel, service apartments, offices, shopping mall, exhibition hall, cinema, restaurants and basement carpark. The planned land area is over 86,000 square metres and the gross building area is around 1.615 million square metres.
Rooted in Hong Kong, Hsin Chong has a rich 77 year-history in constructing and project managing major infrastructure, public facility, commercial and residential development projects in and outside of the city. Today, its construction management business has expanded to cover Macau, the Mainland of China, the US offshore Island of Saipan and now Cambodia.