MOA SIGNING. Metaphil Chairman Jim Aboitiz, President & CEO Nap Pe, Board Member Anton Perdices, and VP for Operations Jonathan Bendebel met with the Mitsubishi contingent to sign their Memorandum of Agreement at the Marco Polo Hotel in Cebu.
MOA SIGNING. Metaphil Chairman Jim Aboitiz, President & CEO Nap Pe, Board Member Anton Perdices, and VP for Operations Jonathan Bendebel met with the Mitsubishi contingent to sign their Memorandum of Agreement at the Marco Polo Hotel in Cebu.

Construction

Metaphil inks design and construction agreement with Mitsubishi

  • MOA strengthens relationship in building new thermal power plant in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental
  • Scope of work includes design and construction of causeway, jetty, chimney, and other mechanical-electrical work

Mitsubishi Corporation, together with Toshiba Plant Systems & Services Corporation (TPSC), and Aboitiz Construction Group Inc, have signed a Memorandum of Agreement for an additional project in Balingasag, Misamis Oriental. The agreement strengthens the relationship of the two parties as they build the power plant in Balingasag.

Metaphil’s scope of work includes design and construction of causeway, jetty, chimney, CW piping and mechanical – electrical erection works for the three x 55-megawatt thermal power plant.

At the signing, Mitsubishi was represented by Project Manager Kouji Higashihata, Asst. Project Manager Satoshi Sanada, Project Advisor Sumio Koriki, Assistant Manager- Project General Administration Hidetaka Shirouzu, and Group Manager of the Overseas Procurement Group of Toshiba Plant Systems & Services Corporation Ryuji Hara.

Metaphil was represented by its Chairmain Jim Aboitiz, President & CEO Nap Pe, Board Member Anton Perdices, and Vice President for Operations Jonathan Bendebel along with other members of the management team who witnessed the event at the Marco Polo Hotel in Cebu.

Metaphil’s Alex Garciano is the project’s manager who will lead about 1,000 kaubans at its peak. The project, valued at over a billion pesos, is expected to be completed in December 2016.