BID sailing with giants, ambitions on the horizon

Hanoi-based Building and Infrastructure Development Company teamed up with Japan Construction Management Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers in order to increase its competitiveness and reach its ambition to become of Vietnam’s largest construction firm.

Under the comprehensive cooperation agreement signed earlier this week, Japan Construction Management Corporation (JCM) would provide investment consultancy, project management, and quality supervision for all BID Vietnam projects. JCM also pledged to help BID Vietnam improve and upgrade its management by sending high-ranking construction specialists to BID Vietnam with the aim to establish a building system that meets international standards.

Meanwhile, PwC, one of the largest professional services firms in the world, would provide BID Vietnam with three services. These include consultancy for restructuring, administrative supervision and the and leadership assessment.

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Tran Van Manh, chairman and general director of BID Vietnam, highlighted that the cooperation would help BID Vietnam complete a professional and effective administrative system that will save plenty of time and money, thus improving production effectiveness, competitiveness and enabling the corporation to catch up with new trends in the world.

At the ceremony, JCM's general director Jun Kawamuro committed to help BID Vietnam introduce new ways of thinking to assure success in the future.

Ramon Chelva, PwC's managing director, also stressed that "This shows that BID Vietnam has a clear desire to become not only a strong brand in the market, but also one of the leading real estate companies in Vietnam."

Commenting on this cooperation, Vu Tien Loc, chairman of  the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that the cooperation was an important step for BID Vietnam and that it demonstrated proper vision.

“In my opinion, technology and international management are the key factors that help young firms reach the international level. Today I see BID Vietnam step on the right track with a promising long-term vision,” said Loc

BID Vietnam was established in 2006 and has become a powerful synergy/accumulation of all its members’ experience and prestige in architectural design, civil and industrial project construction, real estate investment management and material import and export.BID sailing with giants, ambitions on the horizon.

Hanoi-based Building and Infrastructure Development Company teamed up with Japan Construction Management Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers in order to increase its competitiveness and reach its ambition to become of Vietnam’s largest construction firm.

Under the comprehensive cooperation agreement signed earlier this week, Japan Construction Management Corporation (JCM) would provide investment consultancy, project management, and quality supervision for all BID Vietnam projects. JCM also pledged to help BID Vietnam improve and upgrade its management by sending high-ranking construction specialists to BID Vietnam with the aim to establish a building system that meets international standards.

Meanwhile, PwC, one of the largest professional services firms in the world, would provide BID Vietnam with three services. These include consultancy for restructuring, administrative supervision and the and leadership assessment.

Tran Van Manh, chairman and general director of BID Vietnam, highlighted that the cooperation would help BID Vietnam complete a professional and effective administrative system that will save plenty of time and money, thus improving production effectiveness, competitiveness and enabling the corporation to catch up with new trends in the world.

At the ceremony, JCM's general director Jun Kawamuro committed to help BID Vietnam introduce new ways of thinking to assure success in the future.

Ramon Chelva, PwC's managing director, also stressed that "This shows that BID Vietnam has a clear desire to become not only a strong brand in the market, but also one of the leading real estate companies in Vietnam."

Commenting on this cooperation, Vu Tien Loc, chairman of  the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that the cooperation was an important step for BID Vietnam and that it demonstrated proper vision.

“In my opinion, technology and international management are the key factors that help young firms reach the international level. Today I see BID Vietnam step on the right track with a promising long-term vision,” said Loc

BID Vietnam was established in 2006 and has become a powerful synergy/accumulation of all its members’ experience and prestige in architectural design, civil and industrial project construction, real estate investment management and material import and export.

VIR