Project Description First Balfour constructed Rockwell Land Corporation’s 41-storey residential condominium building. It consists of a 3-level substructure, 6-level podium, and a 35-storey tower with a total floor area of 88,700 sq.m. The project scope included reinforced concrete columns, walls, beams, girders, slabs from ground floor upwards, architectural finishes, electrical works, plumbing, sanitary works, fire protection, and mechanical works for the whole building. Also included in its scope was the
Project Description The project involved upgrading the existing 92 ML San Juan Reservoir into a bigger reservoir with greater holding capacity of 111 million liters. During construction, the old San Juan reservoir was demolished in phases to avoid disruptions in water supply. There were 3 equal chambers constructed, each with a capacity of 37 ML. Built before the start of World War II in 1937, the old San Juan reservoir
Project Description The project involved the design and construction of a Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) with a capacity 7,000 cu.m. per day and its related facilities. One of the biggest STPs constructed in Metro Manila, the project was undertaken by First Balfour with Chemitreat (Singapore) Pte Ltd. as its consortium partner.
Project Description First Balfour built a 20 ML, partially buried double-chamber rectangular concrete reservoir facility for potable water and related ancillary structures for Manila Water in Brgy. San Luis, Antipolo, Rizal. Also under this contract were the complete supply, installation, and construction of 2 sets x 15 HP pump sets with 1 future and standby Generator Set.
Project Description Awarded by Manila Water, the 25 ML Balara Reservoir has an outer diameter of 65 meters and a center point height of 8.5 meters. The new reservoir now serves as back up for the Balara Pumping Station enabling Manila Water to increase its current storage capacity and provide safe and reliable water service to meet the increasing demand of its customers.
Project Description The Modesta–Silangan Water System Project started with the construction of the 15 MLD Upper Modesta Pump Station (2 x 500 HP Pump sets) which draws water from the 5 ML Modesta Reservoir. The project scope involved the construction of the Proposed 5 ML Silangan Reservoir located in Brgy. Silangan and a transmission line 500mm Ø that connects to this reservoir. From the Silangan Reservoir, another Distribution Line with
Project Description First Balfour was the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contractor for the civil works and electrical network of the 150 MW Burgos Wind Farm, the largest wind farm in Southeast Asia. The project included 13.6 kilometers of access roads and 50 concrete foundation structures for 50 units of 3 MW wind turbine generators. Approximately 630 cubic meters of concrete was used for the construction of foundations for each
Project Description First Balfour was the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contractor for the 43-kilometer transmission line project connecting the Burgos Wind Farm and Burgos substation to the Laoag Substation of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP). Passing through the municipalities of Burgos, Pasuquin, Bacarra and Laoag, the project consisted of 15 steel poles erected in Kapurpurawan, 5 steel poles erected inside the NGCP compound, and 128 steel
Project Description First Balfour was the on-shore engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor for the 4.2 MW Burgos Solar Farm, a project which put Ilocos Norte at the forefront of renewable energy initiatives being the first locationin the world to host a combined solar and wind farm. Located on a 5.5 hectare site at Brgy. Saoit, the project included the installation of 13,420 photovoltaic modules/panels, their screw piles and mounting
Project Description In line with its mission to contribute to nation-building through the construction of energy development facilities across the country, First Balfour embarked on its second solar power project, this time in Mindanao. Similar to the Burgos Solar Farm Project in Ilocos Norte, the Kirahon Solar Project is a solar photovoltaic (PV) electric power generating facility. The project is located inside the Philippine Export Zone Authority and Phividec Industrial