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LBL’s growth a human success story across the decades

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The ‘Blue Night Party’ held in 2018.

LBL’s growth a human success story across the decades

Thirty years of success

LBL International has responded to the demands of Cambodia’s urban development by building high-quality infrastructure. With a landmark portfolio and a host of awards, LBL continues to define the Kingdom’s urban skyline.

The company’s history of success parallels the nation’s remarkable development, one that has fuelled demand for much-needed world-class infrastructure to support the country’s growth.

With core values of integrity and reliability, LBL has grown in leaps and bounds since its founding in 1991, building a reputation as a premium player in the crowded construction sector and making significant contributions to developments in design, architecture, engineering, construction and human resources in the industry.

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The Cambodia Property Award given to Sun and Moon in partnership with ADA and LBL in 2017.

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Former managing director Thierry Loustau Khao receives the 2012 Excellence Prize from the French-Cambodian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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LBL staff pose for a group photo at head office.

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The LBL Siem Reap team at AAK Project.

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An LBL private villa team in Phnom Penh.

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The LBL Tribe team.

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LBL staff take part in a marathon in Siem Reap in 2018.

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LBL founders attend a Chinese New Year ceremony in 1995.

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Thierry Loustau Khao, Lysine Khao-Levasseur and Robert Latil on an UNTAC site visit.

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LBL founders Lysine Khao-Levasseur and Thierry Loustau Khao with staff at LBL headquarters in 1998.

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Senior LBL management staff celebrate the first edition of Le Mekong newspaper in 1993.

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A staff gathering in 2012.

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The LBL Sun and Moon Riverside team.

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