GRADE A AND MORE

Extensive research and investment were carried out to make Saigon One one of the safest and most sophisticated buildings in Asia.

The tower is built on the deepest piling in HCMC today (102m) and also fulfills the strictest fire and safety standards set by the National Fire Protection Association as well as international standards.Wind tunnel tests were also conducted by Windtec (Australia) to minimize the effects of wind on occupants’ comfort and the building’s structure.

With the Integrated Building Management System, our facility managers can make the optimum safety and performance decisions based on real time information from all of the building’s systems.

Cisco’s Smart+Connected systems enhance our tenants’ working conditions in many waysby deploying advances technologies including: location-based RFID keeping track of people and their location within the building; 24/7 visual monitoring of car park, corridors, common areas, elevators; utilities (phone, internet, electricity, water, gas) monitored continuously and designed to operation without interruption; extendable and scalable to accommodate additional services.

- 2.9m floor to ceiling height, 10.00m in Entrance Hall.

- “Self-compacting” concrete in Vietnam, with 2 types of concrete grade: 75Mpa for vertical structures (foundation, columns, core), and 40Mpa for beams and slabs

- Cladding uses unitized system with laminated Low-E glass (12.76mm thick). Extrusion is treated PVDF, anti-fading

- 15cm raised floor, panel dimension 60x60cm, suitable for various finishing material (carpet, timber, tile, etc.) 
  - Floor loading of 350kg/m2 for office floor, 400kg/m2 for office balcony

- Lifts: Using PORT Technology from Schindler, allowing passengers to select the destination by using access card or the normal method without card. 12 passenger lifts for office block including 2 VIP lifts using card to access. 1 office fireman lift for all floors, and 1 goods lift serviced to all office floors. Lift speed time is 6-7m/s.

- Vehicle parking: 5 basements for cars and  motorbikes