Crimson Group raises local interior fit-out standards to international quality levels
Managing director Michael Chan blends international work experience with the skills of foreign and local talents to ensure Crimson’s workmanship compares with other megastructures worldwide
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Developers of five-star hotels, luxury casinos and resorts need not look far for a top-notch interior fit-out company. From Solaire Resort & Casino to City of Dreams Manila, triple-A interior contractor Crimson Group has been setting industry benchmarks with its dedication to quality.
“We bring a high-quality and international approach to our service delivery, leaving no room for mistakes or delays as clients have invested heavily in their projects,” says managing director Michael Chan.
Chan blends his rich international work experience with the skills of foreign and local talents to ensure Crimson’s workmanship compares with other megastructures worldwide.
Crimson also boasts of a 4,000 square-metre factory that houses more than 60 woodworking machines and workshops for plaster moulding, stainless steel and marble products.
The plant is the only one in the Philippines that can fabricate wooden fire-resistant doors certified by Underwriters Laboratories. These doors are priced lower than those from China. Crimson complements these resources with an excellent sourcing department that has strong connections with Chinese suppliers.
In just five years since its incorporation, Crimson has completed several notable projects. These include Solaire Resort & Casino, City of Dreams Manila, Hyatt City of Dreams Manila, Marco Polo Ortigas, S Maison Mall at Conrad Manila, SSI’s Central Square Mall and Citibank Plaza.
Looking forward, Crimson is working on phase one of Okada Manila, an iconic 44-hectare integrated luxurious oceanfront resort and casino, and the mock-up of Grand Hyatt Manila Residences.
The group will also be busy with the Las Vegas-style Bayshore Residential Resort 1 & 2, and welcomes collaborations with other industry players as it expects global hotel brands such as The Ritz-Carlton, Hotel Okura and Westin Hotels & Resorts to come in.
“These developments are making the Philippines quite an interesting global destination,” Chan says. “Seeing it as an opportunity for us to make the country stand out globally, we keep on exploring new ways of improving our workmanship.”