Event Info:

  • Thu 17 September, 2015
  • 18:30
  • FCC - Foreign Correspondents Club
  • EuroCham Event


In collaboration with Archetype Group, EuroCham organized a Networking Event for people to extend their network in the local and European business community over food and drinks and the most charming sunset on the Mekong. 

Michel Cassagnes, from Archetype Group, gave an overview of the company and introduce its role as the first representative of The Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) in Cambodia.

About the Archetype Group:

Archetype Cambodia is a 100% foreign-owned company and a member of Archetype Group, a multi-disciplinary construction consultancy with a core services portfolio including Architecture; Urban and Master Planning; Civil, Structural, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Project & Construction Management; and Cost Management. Now an internationally recognised firm, Archetype has more than 550 employees in offices in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, India, Mongolia, France, Qatar, Indonesia, Myanmar, Kazakhstan and Sri Lanka.

From its office in Phnom Penh, Archetype Cambodia delivers a wide scope of projects ranging from luxury hospitality properties, mixed-use high rises, residential buildings, healthcare facilities to large scale industrial projects. Archetype Cambodia is ISO accredited for 14001 (2004), 9001 (2008), OSHAS 18001 (2007) and IEC 27001 (2013).

Michel Cassagnes, Archetype’s Architectural Design Director in Cambodia and Laos, is the Vice Chairman of the Eurocham GreenBiz committee and an active member of the Real Estate and Construction Committee. Through Michel’s leadership, Archetype recently won the BCI FuturArc Green Leadership Award 2015 in the commercial category for our sustainable design of the Laurelton Diamond Manufacturing Factory in Phnom Penh.

Archetype Cambodia is also the first firm in Cambodia to represent the International Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). CTBUH is the world’s leading resource for professionals focused on the inception, design, construction, and operation of tall buildings and future cities.