BIM Group honoured as leading Viet Nam developer

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 10:39

Le Minh Dung, representative of BIM Group receives BCI Asia Award at a ceremony late last week. — Photo BIM Group
HA NOI (Biz Hub) — BIM Group, developer of many high-profile property projects in the country, including five-star InterContinental Phu Quoc Resort, was honoured as being among the BCI Top Ten 2015 Developers in Viet Nam.

BCI Asia Awards, since 2005, has become among the most coveted awards for architectural firms and developers in seven Asean countries and territories, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam.

The award recognises developers with the greatest aggregate value of projects based upon by the extent of their sustainability and contribution to the construction environment in Southeast Asia.

InterContinental Phu Quoc, a five-star integrated tourism complex covering 7.3 ha along the beach of Phu Quoc Island, with 400 luxurious resort rooms in environmentally-friendly designs, is BIM Group's highlight project this year.

The resort, with its first phase to be completed and put into operation this year, will provide high-end utilities, such as swimming pools, gyms, shopping and recreational centres for tourists, along with international-standard services.

A model of InterContinental Phu Quoc Resort. — Photo BIM Group

"We hope that five-star InterContinental Phu Quoc Resort will contribute to turn Viet Nam into the leading tourism and recreational destination, not only in the region but also in the world," stressed Le Minh Dung, managing director of BIM Group's property and resort business.

He added that the cooperation with the Intercontinental Hotel Group, a leading international hotel and resorts operator, in managing the complex affirmed BIM Group's efforts in developing quality products, together with building a prestige brand in the field of tourism and resorts.

BIM Group is also implementing many high-profile property projects across Viet Nam and in foreign countries, such as Lotus Residences, Green Bay Village, Little Vietnam Trade Townhouse in Halong Marina Urban Area in northern Quang Ninh Province, and the five-star Crowne Plaza Vientiane Complex in Laos.

Tourism real estate development is one of the three main businesses of BIM Group, a diversified corporation, which also operates in agriculture, food and commercial services. — VNS

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