The country’s leading provider of top-grade construction materials joins the most prestigious awards series to celebrate the best in real estate
Vietnam real estate has proven its resiliency time and time again, but more so during the unforeseen public health crisis that we know will have a permanent impact on the sector. As the PropertyGuru Vietnam Property Awards turns seven, Saint-Gobain Vietnam joins us as we pay homage to the brilliant minds behind the country’s most iconic developments.
A subsidiary of Saint-Gobain Group, Saint-Gobain Vietnam is the market leader in Vietnam, offering a wide range of products and services for the construction material business. Driven by its global vision of going above and beyond to make the world a better home, the conglomerate Saint-Gobain commits to deliver a variety of innovative, top-notch, and environmentally-friendly building materials to better unite humanity and nature for the common good in Vietnam.
Saint-Gobain Vietnam is committed to improving the quality of living and working space by providing solutions efficiently, creatively, and sustainably. With a mission to “develop innovative products and services to help customers build better spaces to live, work, and play”, the company perfectly aligns with our award-winning developers’ objectives. This alliance between Saint-Gobain and PropertyGuru Vietnam Property Awards will help uphold the gold standard in Vietnam real estate.
Nguyễn Trường Hải, chief executive officer of Saint-Gobain Vietnam, said: “Partnering with the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards provides Saint-Gobain Vietnam with an excellent opportunity to connect with the best developers, architects, and designers in Vietnam, as well as Asia Pacific. The programme presents us with the great chance to recognise some of Vietnam’s most innovative and creative professionals and celebrate their masterpieces and achievements. We will continue to stay engaged with the industry. Together, we will build a growing Vietnam and will continue fostering stronger collaboration and partnerships with the developer, designer, and architect community to achieve even greater things on a higher level.”
Driven by the ever-growing expectations of becoming greener and more economically efficient, the corporate has adapted and remained agile with environmentally-friendly challenges. Saint-Gobain acknowledges the critical juncture in the fight against climate change and is ramping up its green and sustainability capabilities by expanding a wide range of its tailor-made products, which are non-metal and no asbestos. By 2050, Saint-Gobain Group pledges to achieve carbon neutrality, with the support of their 167,000 employees in 70 countries.
Established in 2005, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards has an unparalleled reputation for being credible, fair, and transparent, with an independent panel of judges and trusted awards supervisor. The programme hosts several annual gala dinners in physical and virtual formats, welcoming hundreds of C-level executives, senior industry figures, and property seekers from around the region.
Widely recognised as a professionally-run international awards series, the 16-year-old programme continues to set the gold standard for achievement and success in the Asia Pacific real estate sector.
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