Acclaimed Thai specialistSangfahConstruction and Engineering has been engaged to build Phuket’s mostappealingnew beachside resort residences
MontAzure Announces Main Contractor for Twinpalms ResidencesPhuket Acclaimed Thai specialistSangfahConstruction and Engineering has been engaged to build Phuket’s mostappealingnew beachside resort residencesSigning ceremony at Twinpalms Residences MontAzure. From leftto right: Mr. Thanachit Chinagorn, Director of Project Management, MontAzure,Mr. Setthaphol Boottho, Executive Director, MontAzure.From Sangfah Construction & Engineering Co., Ltd : Dr. Cherdsak Ampornsuksakul, Managing Director, Mr. SeriThaiprasert: Deputy Managing Director -Construction & Engineering
Bangkok, Thailand-Following the successful completion of the core foundation work on the Twinpalms Residences MontAzure project by specialists SEAFCO Plc, the Executive Director of MontAzure, Mr. Setthaphol Boottho, has announced that the main contractor for the project is Sangfah Construction and Engineering Co., Ltd, a multi-faceted Thai construction firm with registered capital exceeding THB 500 million.”We are delighted to be working with such a distinguished and established industry name as Sangfah Construction and Engineering on this project. Their experience and track record will ensure that we maintain the highest level of quality required for such a significant residential resort development,” said Khun Setthaphol. With a team of 20 plus key experts and 400 labourers assigned to the project, Sangfah Construction and Engineering Co., Ltd is more than well equipped to manage and execute a broad range of construction services, as required to create a world class condominium development.The company has worked with some of the biggest developers in Thailand and been engaged on a number of high-profile projects in Bangkok, including Magnolias Rachadamri Boulevard, Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok, Maenam Residences Condominium and the G Land Rama 9 Super Tower, which upon completion will be the third tallest building in Southeast Asia.