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Engineering for the future of Cambodia

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Engineering for the future of Cambodia

The Inros Lackner SE of Germany can look back on 80 years of experience in civil engineering. Founded in 1936, Prof. Dr. Lackner & Partner was specializing in marine and costal engineering design. In 1937 the firm won its first international contract, the expansion of the seaport in Bangkok, Thailand. The company has been in touch with Southeast Asia ever since.

After the reunification of Germany, Prof. Dr. Lackner & Partner GmbH merged with the Inros Planungsgesellschaft mbH which had been founded in 1950. The merger widened the portfolio and added architectural and mechanical/electrical building design to the longstanding civil engineering expertise.

Inros Lackner established permanent offices in Phnom Penh and Hanoi in 2002. During the last decade the firm has been involved in large infrastructure and building projects in the region. Among the building projects were the Nation Convention Center, the National Assembly and the National Museum in Hanoi, as well as the ACLEDA Bank building in Phnom Penh. Inros Lackner was also involved in the design and contract management of Vietnam’s only deep-sea harbor in Cai Mep and the rehabilitation of several hundred kilometers of rural roads and bridges in Cambodia.

Inros Lackner is proud of having been part of Cambodia’s rapid development over the last decade. Inros Lackner Cambodia uniquely combines local expertise and international engineering know-how which puts us in the position to develop appropriate,
cost-efficient solutions for our Clients.

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