• ALUMINUM CITY | Bahrain

    The Aluminum City, a planned multi-use development located beside one of Bahrain’s busiest sea ports, integrates efficiency, compatibility, and self-sufficiency. It doubles as a waterfront development offering opportunities for various activities and lifestyle choices, along with a majestic view through the buildings oriented towards the gulf.

  • BERTAPHIL INCORPORATED BUSINESS PARK | Pampanga, Philippines

    Appropriately located in the heart of the “Clark City” in Clarkfield, Pampanga, the project features a linear park that serves as a visual corridor linking the whole of the Central Business District. The facilities include a medical-university town with mixed-use components, breathtaking views of the Zambales mountain range and Mount Arayat, and civic spaces located along its main roads.

  • DUMAGUETE CITY BUSINESS PARK | Negros Oriental, Philippines

    One of the desired goals of this development program is to transform provincial urban centers into growth and investment areas through the expansion of industrial activity from Metro Cebu. This in turn will induce the development of provincial urban centers as processing areas and suppliers of products from the municipalities. A business park will then be necessary for the integration of economic activities of these regional centers.

  • FIRST PHILIPPINE INDUSTRIAL PARK | Batangas, Philippines

    Standing on a 300-hectare rolling terrain, the First Philippine Industrial Park is a development project encompassing all the elements essential for a well-planned industrial park. The design complex includes an entry marker, an administration building, a service support building, a clubhouse, a covered tennis court, a socio-civic center, a police detachment, a food service facility and office spaces for lease.

  • ILOILO BUSINESS PARK | Iloilo City, Philippines

    The redevelopment of the 54-hectare former airport envisions a pedestrian-oriented center reminiscent of Spain’s Las Ramblas and England’s High Streets. The plan recommends the preservation of the former airport terminal, and proposes the adaptive reuse of the two-kilometer runway into a horizontal plaza surrounded by hotels, offices, shops and cafes.