Yoma Central Newsletter June 2020
Updated: Jul 1, 2020
Dear Friends, Investors and Partners,
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Yoma Central Project Team
Updates from the construction site
The construction work on all four towers continues at pace. The Peninsula Residences at Tower 1 has reached level 6, while the Westin Tower is surpassing the guestroom level. Construction on Office Tower 3 has begun on the 7th level whereas on Office Tower 4 the rebar is as high as level 6. We have also initiated the forming of the main podium between YCP and the Peninsula Hotel.
Do you want to find out more? Please download full report below.
We have returned to our office
We are delighted to announce that our Yangon office is open again and ready for business! To ensure everyone’s safety, we have adopted new office policies strictly adhering to all relevant health and safety regulations.
Even though we were pleasantly surprised that our performance has been maintained throughout the work from home period, we are all happy to be working in the same place together again.
Melvyn Pun in the live streaming conversation about the role of PHSH in Yoma Group’s response to COVID-19; and the upgraded medical plan for our employees including telemedicine services (digital and immediate access to a GP over the phone)
• The Yoma Central Sales Gallery opens as social distancing rules ease. Feel free to make an appointment to visit us for high-tea and a tour of The Peninsula Residences Yangon show apartment!
Do you know who was involved in the restoration of our heritage villa? If you missed last month’s story, Click here to find out more.
• China’s Ant Financial, a fintech affiliate of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding, is set to acquire a minority stake in Wave Money, a JD affiliate of Yoma Group... Read more >>>
• Moving Forward – Serge Pun, CEO of NYCD and YOMA Strategic Chairman about the near future of a US$1.5 billion urban planning project in Yangon... Read more >>>
Yoma Central: Our journey to Environmental and Social Sustainability
“We wanted to be leaders in the industry with regards to socially responsible construction and development."
- Tessa Morton
Workforce of Yoma Land - Recruitment
During these unprecedented times, it is important for us to continue building our business. The situation with relation to COVID-19 has forced us to change the ways we operate and shift away from personal contact to a virtual working environment. This has also changed the way we onboard new team members. We have so far had to welcome two new team members for a virtual onboarding.
BP Loh Senior MEP Manager, at Yoma Central Project
BP joined us on April 1st, bringing with him more than 15 years’ experience in project and construction management, coordinating with stakeholders and contractors to ensure successful project completion to budget and deadline.
Juliana Lao Senior Architect at Yoma Central Project
Juliana completed her Architectural Design degree at Shih Chien University, Taiwan, and has over 8 years of experience in the ﬁeld. Her last project was an integrated resort in Macau featuring a number of major hotel towers.
We are glad that all our new team members have been able to connect and work with their respective project teams virtually through April and May, and we look forward to working with them in person very soon.
Profiles of Yoma Central
Discover the people behind project
KHIN SANDY LINN
Environmental & Social (E&S) Compliance Manager
Khin Sandy Linn is an E&S Compliance Manager at SPA Design and Project Services Ltd. She is responsible for project compliance when it comes to meeting conditions attached to the Environmental Compliance Certiﬁcate (ECC) and the E&S Management Plan (ESMP) included in the approved ESIA Report. She is also in charge of meeting E&S-related Condition Precedents for each capital injection stage established by environmentally and socially responsible investors – Mitsubishi Corporation, IFC and ADB. She also contributes in different aspects of E&S management and the due diligence processes of potential investors of the Group. Read more...
THE ST GABRIEL’S CHURCH RESTORATION
The works on parsonage windows and doors are complete in time for monsoon season. The church doors are the newly restored features will protect the interior of the church from the outside elements and allow us to safely continue our renovation work through the rainy season.
Renovating wooden doors of St Gabriel’s Church | Characteristically pointed, narrow neo-gothic windows covered with film to protect from the elements.