We have been supplying the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), The Louis Berger Group, Plan International, Catholic Relief Services, Red Cross/International Federation of the Red Crescent/Philippine National Red Cross, World Vision, Act Alliance/National Council of Churches of the Philippines, Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP-NASSA), Caritas Manila, various religious orders and many others with their concrete hollow block and reinforced concrete pipe requirements for their shelter projects in the Leyte-Samar area.
Early on, when we were less than a year old, we were chosen and awarded a Certificate of Accreditation by D. M. Consunji, Inc. (“DMCI”) as its supplier/contractor of concrete products for its construction projects in the Leyte-Samar area. Consequently, our concrete hollow blocks and reinforced concrete pipes were the ones used in the construction of the Vatican-funded Pope Francis Center for the Poor in Palo, Leyte and the rehabilitation of the Archbishop’s Residence also in Palo, Leyte, which projects DMCI undertook on the occasion of the papal visit of Pope Francis in Leyte. To date, we continue to serve the requirements for concrete products of DMCI in its projects in the Leyte-Samar area.
We continue to supply other construction companies and numerous other contractors of government and private projects in the Leyte-Samar area with strict quality standards like Sumitumo Mitsui Construction Corporation (“SMCC”).
We also distributed leading, good-quality brand of roofing materials manufactured by Puyat Steel Corporation and Sonic Steel Industries, Inc. In the aftermath of Supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan), we were the first to do stocking of large quantity of longspans manufactured by Puyat Steel Corporation.
In 2014, we brought Nippon automotive paints to Tacloban City and we opened our first outlet along the Maharlika Highway. In 2015, we opened a paint center in Palo, Leyte, and since that time, we have been sourcing our house paints directly from paint manufacturers in Manila such as Nippon Paint Philippines, Rain or Shine/Welcoat Paints, Anzhal Paint/Century Chemicals and Davies Paint Philippines.
In 2016, we started our operation in Luzon. Banking on our experience and track record in the rehabilitation of the Leyte-Samar area in the aftermath of Supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan), we set up a reinforced concrete pipes (culverts) production facility along the Porac-Dinalupihan Road, Brgy. Jalung, Porac, Pampanga. We also set up an aggregates hauling and trucking business in the same site. In another site situated along the Porac-Angeles Road, Brgy. Manibaug, Porac, Pampanga, we set up a concrete hollow blocks production facility. Both sites are just a few kilometers away from the 1,000-hectare Alvierra project of Ayala Land and a planned development of SM. The town of Porac is between the Clark Freeport Zone and Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
Right now, we are also a distributor of Holcim cement products in Porac and adjoining areas. We have been using Holcim cement and no other local or imported brand in the manufacture of our concrete products.