The Landmark 81 is a skyscraper in the Vinhomes Central Park project complex, a project with a total investment of VND 40,000 billion. The Landmark 81 officially became the tallest building in Southeast Asia On April 9, 2018, Coteccons contractor completed the steel tower (Spire) category, officially making The Landmark 81 become the tallest building in Southeast Asia, crossing Malaysia's Petronas twin towers after 20 years.
The main areas of activity is Construction of railways and road projects: Construction and installation of civil and industrial projects, technical infrastructure of the city and industrial zones, transport works, water power works; Construction of water supply and drainage, environmental treatment.
One of Coteccons’ competitive advantages stems from modern construction equipment. In 2017, Coteccons has successfully built an image of a leading business having its superiority proven by innovative equipment.
Not only does the human factor play an important part but the equipment system also contributes substantially to enable Coteccons to reach the remarkable number of 62 million safe working hours in 2017. The improvement made to the equipment solution to not deviate from the objective of “Safety First” has set the health and safety of workers as the first and foremost priority. Several solutions, such as the decision to replace all suspension floors with Alimak MC450 access floors and the substitution of sliding scaffolding for the traditional scaffolding, has been reached in order to ensure the absolute safety for workers, especially in outdoor tasks.
Most notable in Coteccons’ equipment resources are those from famous European or regional areas with some of the examples being tower cranes which can load up to 24 tonnes imported from France, serving in the mega project of the highest tower Landmark 81; the high-speed Alimak, Scando hoist from Sweden, which can reach the impressive speed of 100 meters per minute, significantly boosting traffic and transportation speed; RCS Peri sliding scaffolding from Germany, KSB Kumkang from Korea or Nikken heavy-load stanchions from Japan. With innovative construction methods and advanced technologies, conquests of over 100-storey buildings are no longer a daunting task for Coteccons.
In addition to pioneering in the aspect of utilizing advanced equipment on construction sites, Coteccons has also shown its capabilities in establishing its image down to the smallest details like the construction gate, the office of the Project Management Team or, more simply, in its advertising signs.
Provision of equipment is also a highlight in Coteccons’ equipment management with assistance from CMS management software, BIM application and the technical team experienced in design and logistics. The optimization of equipment is planned since the beginning of the project, ensuring constant transportation of equipment and working time optimization.