The Saigon South Campus of RMIT Vietnam is located at Nguyen Van Linh Boulevard, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City. The Campus is approximately 7 kilometers, or fifteen minutes from the city centre. Nguyen Van Linh Boulevard is on the campus southern boundary and its western boundary faces the Ong Lon River. The total land area of 12 hectares has been built on reclaimed land. The landscaping has been designed to be sensitive to the environment. The new campus at Saigon South provides a purpose-built, contemporary educational facility of an international standard.

Asiatic Vietnam was awarded to supply pumps & systems for the application of general water transfers and pressure boosting in this new Saigon South campus, and has successfully commissioned the pumps in the last quarter of 2005. Pumps installed in this new RMIT campus, includes…  
• Central air-conditioning system - Chilled & condensed water circulation
Monoflo end suction back pullout centrifugal pumps
ISO-Magna series.
Model ISM125x100-400 &
• Plumbing & sanitary application – Water transfer, pressure boosting and sump drainage.
Type HU3 DPVF32-50 Ex/MC-MF c/w Danfoss drives Titinium sump pump.
Models WUO-5-5-1.5T4L/LN
Horizontal multistage pumps
Models KS-405x3SM3.7
Holland-assembled DP Variable Speed
Drive pressure booster system
Kawamoto pumps