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6th Floor, Tower 6, The Vista
628C Hanoi Highway
An Phu Ward, Thu Duc City
Ho Chi Minh City

6th Floor, Tower 6, The Vista, 628C Hanoi Highway, An Phu Ward, Thu Duc City
Ho Chi Minh City




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Active in Vietnam for 35 years, Royal HaskoningDHV’s Vietnam operation is part of the Dutch engineering firm’s global network. The firm has a history stretching back 140 years, over 6,000 employees and works in 140 countries. The team in Vietnam is a well-established and essential part of this network, providing expertise for projects both in Vietnam and around the world.

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Royal HaskoningDHV has long been committed to the vision of working in partnership with clients to deliver projects that enhance the lives of people around the world.

This commitment applies equally internally as it does externally, with the company striving to create a stimulating and supportive atmosphere for employees.


Diversity of thought and perspective allows Royal HaskoningDHV to identify the opportunities and the best solutions for clients and the people affected by its projects. The worldwide network allows Royal HaskoningDHV to see both the global perspective and the local one, with in-country experts providing valuable insights into the local context.

Royal HaskoningDHV’s Vietnam office is proud that around a third of the workforce are women and the management team is making huge efforts to increase that proportion further still. The company has recently introduced a popular mentoring scheme which pairs female employees in the Vietnam office with female mentors elsewhere in the business, supporting the development of female staff and furthering their role within the firm and the industry.

Training and Development

Royal HaskoningDHV is a global firm and to support full communication both company-wide and with clients, the team in Vietnam are given English lessons. These are undertaken during the working day, providing not only an excellent chance to develop language skills but also a valuable team building opportunity. The lessons are provided by a certified, external provider and lead to an IELTS certification.

In addition to the language lessons the team in Vietnam has plenty of opportunities to develop technical and professional skills. Access to e-learning opportunities via an internal learning portal and training courses developed in-house, such as the “future learning journey”, all support skill building and career progression within the team.

Manh Thang Doan, Director Water Vietnam: “I’ve been with the firm for 17 years and over that time I’ve benefitted enormously from the support offered. Through the training provided and the experience I’ve gained, I’ve achieved several promotions. I’ve been contacted by other firms but none of them match the opportunities at Royal HaskoningDHV.”

Global opportunities

The team in Vietnam is responsible for a wide range of innovative projects in country but as a global firm their expertise is often called upon for projects around the world. This provides the Vietnam employees with some excellent opportunities to leverage the skills and experience of team members elsewhere in the firm and raise their profile within the company and the industry.

Team members are encouraged and supported to take up overseas secondments, allowing them to broaden their professional experience and enjoy a new challenge on a personal level.

Reward and recognition

The regular company away weekends are not only an opportunity for team building away from the office but also for the team to reflect on the individual and team successes. Half of the employees have been part of the team for more than five years and a third of the employees have been with the company for at least 10 years. Awards are given out over the weekend to recognise this long service, as well as recognition for in-company initiatives by individuals such as the support offered to communities affected by the 2020 flood in Central Vietnam.

I joined the team in Vietnam quite recently, at the height of the Covid pandemic. It is a challenging time to start a new job, but the team were so supportive. There’s a culture of openness which allows you to turn to anyone for support if you need it rather than sticking to a rigid management structure. The benefits such as health insurance, IT equipment and support with remote working have made it a great move for me and I’m looking forward to developing my career at Royal HaskoningDHV.

Linh Truc Ho, Business Development

Covid response

When the pandemic forced a huge change in working arrangements, Royal HaskoningDHV reacted quickly and effectively to support employees to transition to remote working. Providing chairs, IT support and internet dongles were just a few ways that staff were helped to establish their home office.

This swift action ensured that the company could help employees stay as safe as possible during the pandemic whilst ensuring they could continue to deliver high standards of work for our clients.

Flexible working and an appreciation of staff’s commitments outside of work has always been embedded in the culture of Royal HaskoningDHV and this approach made it easy for the firm to empower employees to adapt their working hours and location to adjust to the additional demands of childcare or remote working.

Spacious, well planned offices

The Vietnam offices of Royal HaskoningDHV are generously sized to allow each employee well above the statutory requirement for space. The firm also provides all staff members with a laptop to support agile working and a separate monitor to ensure a comfortable desk space.

Supportive culture

Besides the mandatory health insurance, staff at the Vietnam office are given access to additional insurance which expands cover to a wider range of healthcare services and this is not just for the employees but also their families. The company also provides accident insurance and an annual health check.

The company’s open culture empowers employees to share ideas confidentially and to seek out support from senior management when necessary. The company has also introduced the “Speak-up” helpline through which employees can voice any concerns or highlight areas for improvement within working practices. This commitment to openness was emphasised when the “I make a difference” award was given to an employee for the transparent way he shared his distress after false bribery accusations by a project stakeholder.