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Front view of the building. Credit: Vo Than Duy Front view of the building. Credit: Vo Than Duy

Times Square Vietnam – The complex was redesigned to an L-shape building to enhance its value and effectiveness.

Arup has been working in Vietnam since the 1980s, in 2008 we established a local operation in Ho Chi Minh City. Our knowledge of global standards and local regulations and codes ensures the quality and smooth delivery of projects.

We have a track record of excellence in private and public sectors in the country. Our portfolio includes the country’s tallest building Landmark 81, the iconic National Conventional Centre in Hanoi and the Van Don Integrated Resort located in Ha Long Bay. We also advised the government of Ninh Thuan Province to develop a strategic masterplan for the province’s sustainable development.

1Office in Vietnam

Office locations

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City

Our Ho Chi Minh City office provides total design services in response to increasing demand for high quality, international standard projects for Vietnam’s growing economy. Our experienced local and international staff combine technical excellence, local knowledge and insight and an understanding of local clients and markets.

We have been working on some of the city’s most high-profile buildings including the 481m tall Landmark 81 building, the unusually-shaped Times Square Vietnam, Vincom Center which features the deepest basement in the country, and the Vietnamese- Germany University, a top educational and research facility with international standards.

On the specialist and advisory service side, we provided project management support for MRT Line 2 to ensure sufficient management and technical expertise in the procurement of consultancy services. We are also the independent proof check consultant for Cao Lanh Bridge, providing specialist advice and support throughout its construction.

Neil Harvey

17F, E-town Central
11 Doan Van Bo St
District 4
HCMC, Vietnam hochiminhcity@arup.com +84 28 6291 4062 Ho Chi Minh City, local time - 14:58 View on Google Maps