Ho Chi Minh City – On December 21, 2021, Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company and Unicons paid a visit to the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City and presented medical equipment worth 744,000,000 VND to the hospital. This is a response to the Prime Minister’s demand to adapt to the COVID-19 outbreak in a safe, flexible, and effective manner. The Boards of Directors of Coteccons and Unicons, in particular, have acquired 7,000 rapid test kits, 528 chemical extraction kits, and two microscopes to aid in the hospital’s epidemic control and prevention quicker and more convenient.

Speaking at the Medical Equipment Award Ceremony, the representative of the Board of Directors of Coteccons and Unicons, Mr. Tran Ngoc Manh – Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Trade Union said: “Coteccons hopes this assistance can help the arduous battle against the raging Covid epidemic. Best wishes to the doctors, nurses, and staff of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital of Ho Chi Minh City to constantly be a stronghold to save patients’ lives.”

During a meeting with Coteccon and Unicon representatives at the Hospital of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Ho Chi Minh City, Assoc. Nguyen Hoang Bac, Director of the Hospital, shared: “During the most critical anti-epidemic period, Coteccons quickly provided our hospital with over 7,000 Covid-19 rapid test kits. In the context of the current hospital overcrowding, the medical equipment will be of considerable assistance in illness prevention and treatment.”

Coteccons and Unicons have already accompanied frontline forces in the fight against the COVID-19 infection. At the end of May, at a time when the incidence of illnesses in Bac Giang was on the rise, representatives from Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company and Unicons gave the Vietnam Fatherland Front with 10,000 Covid-19 test trays (Vietnam Fatherland Front). Bac Giang province has medical resources and equipment needed for fast and accurate testing of F0 cases, from which F1-F2 cases can be traced and quarantined in accordance with regulations.

As a leading construction company, Coteccons and Unicons are committed to strictly adhering to State-directed regulations on disease prevention and control at working agencies and construction sites nationwide, ensuring the health and safety of thousands of workers, for the green construction site, and for a green Vietnam.


On July 18, 2022, Coteccons Group was honored to be ranked 7th out of 20 companies from the VN100 Index (comprising the 100 largest listed companies in the Vietnamese stock market) that were comprehensively evaluated across the three ESG criteria: environment, social, and governance, announced by the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange.  This achievement is the result of Coteccons being dedicated to conducting our construction operations in a sustainable and responsible manner, prioritizing ESG considerations to minimize environmental impacts, ensure safety and well-being, and uphold ethical and transparent business practices.  You can find the report of InnoLab.Asia here: With a view to enhancing our position to the international standard and competitive capacity in the global market, we follow the path of ESG by our own choice. We are committed to reducing our environmental impacts through sustainable practices. We prioritize energy efficiency, low-carbon emissions, responsible waste management and resource conservation to promote a greener future for all. The commitment of Coteccons Group towards doing sustainable and environmentally friendly business is demonstrated through the completion of numerous projects that have acquired LEED Certificate (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). We have a total of 38 projects meeting the standard, namely: LEGO Binh Duong Factory (Platinum), President Place (Gold), Jotun Vietnam Greenfield (Gold), Porsche Center Saigon II (Gold), Diamond Lotus Riverside (Gold), Lancaster Luminaire (Gold), Diamond Crown Hai Phong (Gold), Tetra Pak Binh Duong (Gold), Regina Miracle International Vietnam Factory (Silver), Coca-Cola HCM Site Master Plant (Silver), Marigot Jewlery Vietnam

Construction workers are a priority in the sustainability strategy. According to data from the Ministry of Labor, War Invalids, and Social Affairs, the country has about 7 million construction workers, accounting for 13.5% of the workforce aged 15 and over. Especially, in the construction industry, construction workers are the important people contributing to the creation of iconic projects and works. With the direction of sustainable development, besides taking care of people in difficult circumstances and responding to climate change and community issues, Coteccons realizes that its own employees, construction workers, are also a sector that has received little attention in society. Therefore, Coteccons has decided to launch the “Xay Tet—Construct Tet” program in order to bring a warmer and better Tet to 12,000 construction workers who are working for subcontractors and suppliers at Coteccons’s construction sites. The program will visit nearly 60 construction sites across the country starting on January 4, 2023. Coteccons understands that each construction worker has made great efforts to build solid, safe works and always ensure the progress. That is the reason that accelerates Coteccons to give them and their family gifts, to join hands to build a fuller Tet for all! Besides gift sets for 12,000 workers, the program also organizes meaningful activities such as cutting hair at the construction site, taking souvenir photos, giving free rides back to their hometowns, etc. All these activities are intended to bring short relaxation time to workers during the busy days of running progress on the construction

With a history of 18 years of establishment and development to become a leading construction company in Vietnam, the work force always plays a pivotal role and is a top concern in the partnership strategy and building environment. Coteccons’ site of work Vietnam’s construction sector is characterized by its reliance on workforces, commonly known as “construction workers.” This force is in charge of the majority of the construction work on projects, which is a skilled and physically demanding job. Hardworking construction workers, on the other hand, are intrinsically less concerned with working conditions. Understanding this, Coteccons is constantly working to enhance the working environment in order to provide a secure income, improve skills, and treat construction workers fairly, respectfully, and compassionately. Mr. Pham Quan Luc, Deputy CEO of Coteccons, shared: “For the workforce, their first concern is the payment policy, together with other benefits in the working process and environment. At Coteccons, we always prioritize them, even in difficult times, because we know they are the first to suffer when the market is volatile. During this Lunar New Year, the entire industry is experiencing cash flow difficulties due to the influence of the real estate market, but Coteccons will continue to prioritize payment so that workers and employees can work with peace of mind to have a warm and prosperous Tet after the pandemic’s two-year impact.” Vietnam’s manufacturing industry is rapidly rising alongside the admission of large FDI giants. This is an opportunity for the construction industry, but it

Contact@Coteccons .vn