The Livin Ramkhamhaeng appoints JWS as Main Contractor

The Livin Ramkhamhaeng appoints JWS as Main Contractor

Risland Thailand is moving forward to construct The Livin Ramkhamhaeng, a high-rise condominium worth 4.9 billion baht, in an extension business district (EBD) location on Ramkhamhaeng Road only 100 metres from MRT Lam Sali Interchange station.

JWS Construction Co., Ltd. has been announced as the main contractor and the developers are confident of completing construction within Q2 2024.

“The Living Ramkhamhaeng is designed to deliver the best of the best to customers,” comments Dr. Walter Long, Project Director, The Living Ramkhamhaeng. “The project offers living experiences under the concept of ‘Living Beyond Boundary’ to satisfy new normal lifestyles.”

“For the construction, the project has selected a highly professional company with extensive experience and cutting-edge construction technology, namely, JWS Construction Co., Ltd., one of the country’s most reputable construction companies.”

Mr. Wuttichai Siriplangkanon, Chairman of JWS Construction Co., Ltd. signed the appointment to be the main contractor of The Livin Ramkhamhaeng.

‘The Livin Ramkhamhaeng’ is a high-rise condominium rising 42 storeys worth 4.9 billion baht, located on over 8 rai of land near the Lam Sali Intersection in close proximity to MRT Lam Sali Interchange which links to 3 MRT lines: the Orange Line, the Yellow Line and the Brown Line’s skywalk. 

Project highlights include three-storey common areas totalling more than 1,900 square meters with all-inclusive facilities. The project also offers green areas of 6,000 square meters to keep residents close to nature. Construction is expected to be completed within the second quarter of 2024.

On October 30, 2021, the project will have a religious ritual for an auspicious construction of the project’s main tower. Those interested to participate or to visit the sales gallery, please contact Tel. 085-505-1286 or Line ID: @thelivinram or Website: www.livinram.com/th for further information.

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