Bank Danamon Indonesia unveils plans for new headquarters in Jakarta

PT Bank Danamon Indonesia has unveiled plans to construct a $45.5 million headquarters building in Kuningan, South Jakarta.

The bank has appointed construction company Total Bangun Persada as the main contractor for the project, which is expected to be completed in mid 2015.

The 21-storey building, called Menara Danamon, will feature five extra basement levels for parking and infrastructure facilities.

The facility will feature 24,000 square meters of office space to be constructed on top of 4,100 square meters of land.

Sustainable features of the project include a waste water treatment plant, bicycle parking, and a large green area, including two sky garden on top of the building.

The facility will adopt green building concept by incorporating environmentally-friendly and energy-efficient features.

Bank Danamon Indonesia president director Henry Ho said, “With this new building as headquarter, Danamon’s operational activities will be integrated in one place, allowing for better synergies among Danamon’s work units, which will in turn benefit our customers and other stakeholders.”

Bank Danamon Indonesia chief financial officer and director Vera Eve Lim said, “With the construction of Menara Danamon as our new headquarter, our need to rent office space in Jakarta will be reduced, from previously renting 5 buildings to a maximum of 2 buildings.”