PhilConstructvows to help Build, Build, Build Program

With Philconstruct Mindanao nearly a decade now, the biggest and most sought building and construction in the region will optimistically contribute in the socio-economic development in Mindanao.

This was underscored in  a message by Mayor Inday Sara Duterte-Carpio but was  read by City Engineer’s Office head Atty. Joseph Dominic Felizarta during the official opening of the three-day event last Friday, September 8 at the SM Lanang Activity Center.

“It is imperative that we take advantage of this as the government continues its Build, Build, Build Program,” Felizarta said.

He also asked the players and stakeholders in the construction and building industry present during the opening, to help the government in making Mindanao safe, sturdy and sustainable in the future.

Philconstruct Chairman Engr. Ramon Alladosaid  that with the latest technology exhibited in the event, the government will be aided further in their continuous projects in the Build, Build, Build project with equipment that could speed up projects in the future.

“With this new technology, we can do more projects at a very short time, with consistency and good quality,” Allado said.

On its 9th yeat, the country’s biggest players in the construction and infrastructure industry gather up in one venue, to showcase a wide array of heavy construction equipment and machineries.

More than 250 participating brands and companies, both local and international, will carry the latest in building and construction. Also present are more than 200 leading companies and brands in the packaging, printing and plastic industry.

“This year’s show has definitely surpassed its own record in terms of size and number of exhibitors,” Allado said.

Also present during gracing event are Undersecretary for Planning and Public-Private Partnership of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Cathy Cabral, Philippine Constructors Association Inc. President Morris Agoncillo and Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Arturo Milan.