Unfazed by the economic meltdown precipitated by the new Corona pandemic, financial heavy-weight Vallibel Finance ordered the construction of its state-of-the-art headquarters sky-rise as scheduled. The bold move by the flag-bearer of the Vallibel Group offers a much-needed confidence boost to the wheels of progress of the economy while affirming the financial stability of the company.
The construction of the 16-storey financial center in downtown Colombo 3 was awarded to Sanken Construction, a leading light in construction with Jayantha Rangamuwa, Managing Director of Vallibel Finance handing over the contract to Ranjith Gunatilleke, Managing Director, Sanken Construction.
Piling for the project had already been commissioned and completed by Access Engineering.
“We may be in the middle of overwhelmingly difficult times but at a time when Sri Lanka has impressed the world with its handling of the
yet speaks volumes of Vallibel’s commitment to the economy and its preparedness to face the most daunting challenges”, says Rangamuwa.
Carrying the hallmarks of a unique architectural masterpiece, the 16-storey building is expected to stand out just the way it has on many fronts in its short but pace-setting 12 years.
Industry analysts believe that the massive public confidence the company enjoys is founded on Vallibel’s ability to differentiate itself with financial solutions that find a natural fit with the aspirations of the people, as well as, its resounding financial performances even through volatile times.