Ceylinco Life opens branch in Trincomalee
Ceylinco Life has opened a new branch in Trincomalee, custom-built to
an eco-friendly model adopted by the life insurance leader for branches
being constructed on company-owned land.
The new eco-friendly
Ceylinco Life building in Trincomalee.
The new four-storey building of approximately 11,000 square feet
stands on 62.65 perches land at Kandy Road, Trincomalee. It has seven
branches and one customer service section and a 24-vehicle car park for
customers, a company official said.
The building with a floor area of approximately 11,000 square feet is
designed to use natural light on all floors, natural ventilation in
common areas, lobbies and lunch room, is solar-powered, has a rainwater
harvesting facility and equipped with energy-efficient air-conditioning,
making it one of the most eco-friendly offices of its size in the
The building has elevators, a conference hall that can accommodate
100 people, and a roof-top recreational area for the use of staff.
The building was opened by Managing Director and CEO, Ceylinco Life,
R. Renganathan on November 14, one year after he laid the foundation
A similar branch designed to use renewable energy and water is
nearing completion at Wennappuwa, while construction of another branch
at Horana will begin soon, the official said. In August this year,
Ceylinco Life opened an eco-friendly, four-storey branch office on
company-owned land in Bandarawela.
The company owns the buildings housing its offices in Anuradhapura,
Jaffna, Batticaloa, Kandy, Kalutara, Kurunegala, Gampaha, Galle, Matara,
Tissamaharama, Negombo, Ratnapura, Kotahena and Mount Lavinia, in
addition to Trincomalee.
Ceylinco Life operates the largest network of 250 branches in Sri
Lanka's life insurance industry, giving it a physical presence in 142
cities, towns and villages in every district.