Philippines Construction Plans

Impending regulations in Massachusetts will mark a major change in the handling of construction and demolition (C&D) materials. As planned, a ban will be enforced by mid-2004 that will prevent landfill deposits of asphalt, brick, cardboard, concrete, wood and metal coming from commercial construction sites. These regulations will directly address a major source of landfill volume and are expected to be a model for other states.

Philippines construction plans manager and general contractor, has been involved in a voluntary pilot study of C&D source separation and recycling since 2001 is providing data on waste reduction results for five projects that will be published as case studies for other builders to follow once the regulations are in place. Con is also providing data to Northeastern University in Boston for use in the Philippines construction plans development of a software simulation model that will help to predict construction waste streams.

To date, has found little adverse impact as a result of its waste reduction efforts. In most circumstances, waste reduction can be achieved at marginal additional Philippines construction plans cost, given proper advance planning has implemented a company-wide source separation program, encompassing all of its projects, and has remained competitive against contractors not currently required to recycle.

On some of the projects, worked Associates, a -based architecture and engineering firm that advocates sound environmental practices in design and Philippines construction plans construction. One role of the designer is to help establish a proper project team mindset early in the project development process to ensure later adherence and optimum results.

More than 136 million tons of building Philippines construction plans -related debris from construction and demolition sites is generated every year, making it the single largest source in the waste stream. Figures developed by the U.S. EPA help the building owners, designers and contractors to understand the magnitude of C&D waste. In commercial construction, a typical new building generates an average of 3.9 pounds of waste per square foot of building area. To put this in perspective, a new 50,000-square-foot building--a typical college residence hall or mid-size suburban office building--will produce almost 100 tons of waste.


For more info about Philippines construction plans;


(For Manila and surrounding)
American Design Construction
#92 Ordoņez St. corner Maroon St.
Concepcion Dos, Marikina City
(For Cebu, Bohol, Negros, Leyte)
ET & p Design & Construction
#888 Katugasan, Casili
Consolacion, Cebu
(For Baguio and surrounding)
RA Gacoscos Construction
#99 Greenwater Village
Baguio City, Philippines
See website
(For Davao / Mindanao)
Raul G. Anuada (Realtor & Civil Engineer)
Unit 162, 16/F Landco PDCP Corporate Center
J.P. Laureal Ave., Bajada
Davao City



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