Pre-Drilling for Piling Vinpearl South HoiAn Complex

Pre-Drilling for Pilling.

Project

Vinpearl South Hoi An Complex

1 Client  VinGroup
2 Work done Pre-Drilling for Pressing PHC Pile
3 Quantity ~15,000m
4 Time Từ T4.2017
5 Location Bình Dương, Thăng Bình Dist., Quảng Nam Pro.

Vingroup invests VNĐ5 trillion in Vinpearl South Hội An

Source: http://vietnamnews.vn/bizhub/373611/vingroup-invests-vnd5-trillion-in-vinpearl-south-hoi-an.html#6lPWthkpArzMxgWL.97
Update: March, 27/2017 – 16:00
Viet Nam NewsHÀ NỘI — The property and retail conglomerate Vingroup JSC (Vingroup) kicked off construction of the Vinpearl South Hội An Complex on Sunday.

The complex has investment capital of VNĐ5 trillion and covers an area of 200ha. It is located in Bình Dương Commune, Thăng Bình District, in the central province of Quảng Nam.

Vinpearl South Hội An will include hotels, Vinpearl villas, Vinpearl Golf sports centre and Vinpearl Land amusement park, as well as shopping zones and VinEco hi-tech agriculture area.

The project is divided into two phases. The first phase is expected to be finished on March 3, 2018, with the completion of hotels, villas, convention centre, restaurants and hi-tech agriculture zone. The second period is estimated to cover infrastructure, amusement park and sports centre by 2019.

This complex is located favourably between Hội An Ancient Town and Mỹ Sơn sanctuary, two world cultural heritages. This will help the project provide high-class tourism services for domestic and foreign tourists.

“The groundbreaking ceremony of Vinpearl South Hội An Complex is a significant event for Vingroup, not only because it marks the expansion of Vinpearl, but also because it is the first time to launch a five-star complex. We commit to implement the project on schedule with high quality, contributing to Quảng Nam Province’s tourism development and becoming a key economic sector in the future,” Vingroup deputy chairman Nguyễn Việt Quang said at the ceremony.

According to plans, the complex will provide jobs for some 1,000 local workers when it is completed in 2019. — VNS