Vattanac Capital

Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, Vattanac Capital is a 39-story, grade-A office development that houses Vattanac Bank’s headquarters and four level basements for the bank’s vaults and car parking. Shaped like the mythical dragon symbolising progress, health and prosperity, the development is poised to become Cambodia’s new finance centre and a landmark for the city.

Arup was initially appointed to act as the construction manager of this project, a role which later extended to include various other disciplines including structural, geotechnical, wind, facade, fire, security and IT engineering.

Working on a fast-track construction programme, the building topped out in May 2012 and opened in 2014.


  • Vattanac Tower, Phnom Penh, Cambodia - an artist's rendering. Credit: TFP FarrellsOpen gallery

    Shaped like the mythical Chinese dragon, symbolising health and prosperity, the 39-storey office tower is poised to become the new finance centre and a landmark for the city.