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Comin Khmere supported a site visit from a group of students studying Construction Law

Posted on: March 17, 2020

Comin Khmere, a subsidiary of Comin Asia Group and one of the country’s leading engineering solutions provider helps drive the understanding of construction best practices, focusing particularly on safety and quality.

|| Michel Cassagnes draft overal before bring student to site

In line with the government’s goal to promote safety at construction site, Comin Khmere had supported the organization of a study tour where 8 Phd students majoring in law at the Royal University of Law and Economics (RULE) got to visit Sathapana Tower, a Grade A building along Norodom Boulevard.

Complying with the highest safety and quality standards this 19-storeys building is under construction and set to be Sathapana Bank’s New Headquarters when completed in 2020.

|| A group student during visiting site

Charles Amar, lawyer at the Paris’ Bar, law professor at Rule and Head of the Real Estate Practice Group at DFDL Cambodia, who led the study tour, applauded the study tour supported by Comin Khmere.

“It is a great opportunity and an honor for law students to visit a construction site of high rise office building with international standards that priorities safety when implementing the work at construction site,” he said. “The students were therefore able to learn more about the construction standards and health safety and how it works in practice and why it is important to draft a construction contract”.

|| Michel Cassagnes introduce student during site visit

Michel Cassagnes, managing director of Archetype Cambodia, an important partner of Comin Khmere, highlighted the importance of safety practices implemented at the building to the students.

“This is a Grade A standard building, which is the highest standard, so every design and construction of the building is done very carefully from quality to building safety,” he said.

This was the first time, Comin Khmere supported for such a study tour we believe it benefited the future construction leaders of Cambodia and as such we would be happy to welcome a group again in the future and we are thankful to professor Charles Amar for selecting one of our projects as the benchmark of quality and safety in Cambodia.