• February 1, 2019 - Tubig Pilipinas bags Nabua water project
    BusinessWorld


    TUBIG PILIPINAS Group, Inc. has been awarded a P600-million joint venture project by the Nabua Water District to develop and handle the water supply and septage system of Nabua town in Camarines Sur province, the company said on Thursday.

    Ryan Yapkianwee, president and chief executive officer of Tubig Pilipinas, said the project moves the company closer to its goal of providing more efficient and cost-effective water supply systems in the Philippines, including the underserved areas.

    “We look forward to closing more long term contracts in the near future, that may include some areas in Mindanao and Northern Luzon,” he said in a statement.

    The notice of award for the Nabua project was given on Jan. 30. It covers the overall design, construction, and management of the water supply and septage system of the town’s water district.

    Tubig Pilipinas will be in charge of the water supply and septage systems of Nabua for 30 years until the year 2049. The contract is renewable for another 20 years.

    As of mid-2017, Nabua’s water district supplies water to 39 barangays of the municipality. It draws 60,000 cubic meters from Santiago Old Pumping Station and 45,000 cubic meters from Baao Water District and Iriga City Water District.

    Mr. Yapkianwee said the company is beginning to build its footprint in the Visayas, with several projects in the area.

    “We have a bulk water project currently supplying Bacolod City and expanding to phase 2. Our operations in Cadiz City are set to supply 4,000 households which is home to 20,000 people, and another is the Calbayog City concession that we recently closed in December,” he said.

    Tubig Pilipinas quoted Jayson Santiago Hernandez, chairperson of Nabua Water District joint venture selection committee, as saying: “We look forward to our partnership with Tubig Pilipinas. They have been serving sustainable waterworks systems all over the country and have proven to be capable of providing potable, safe and reliable water.”

    It described Nabua as a first class municipality with three existing potable water supply systems: Nabua Water District, Duran Water System and Sagumay Water System.

    Tubig Pilipinas, a unit of Pure Energy Holdings Corp., supplies, distributes, operates and manages water systems. It currently operates in cities and towns in Pangasinan, Isabela, Cavite and Negros.


  • February 1, 2019 - Tubig Pilipinas Bags P600M Nabua Water Supply Deal
    League Online News

    CAMARINES SUR - Tubig Pilipinas Group Inc. (TPGI) has been issued a Notice of Award on the P600 million joint venture project by the Nabua Water District (NAWAD) on January 30, 2019 for the overall design, construction, and management of the water supply and septage system of Nabua Water District in the Municipality of Nabua, Camarines Sur.

    Tubig Pilipinas will be in charge of the water supply and septage systems of NAWAD for thirty years until the year 2049, and is renewable for another twenty years.

    “We look forward to our partnership with Tubig Pilipinas. They have been serving sustainable waterworks systems all over the country and have proven to be capable of providing potable, safe and reliable water,” said Jayson Santiago Hernandez, Chairperson of Nabua Water District Joint Venture Selection Committee.

    Tubig Pilipinas is one of the fastest growing bulk water suppliers, water distribution systems and wastewater management companies in the country today.

    “We are beginning to build our footprint in Visayas, as this is our 4th project here. We have a bulk water project currently supplying Bacolod City and expanding to phase 2. Our operations in Cadiz City are set to supply 4,000 households which is home to 20,000 people, and another is the Calbayog City concession that we recently closed in December. Our joint venture with NAWAD will be a step closer to our goal of providing more efficient and cost effective water supply systems in the Philippines, especially to the underserved areas,” said Ryan Yapkianwee, President and CEO of TPGI.

    Nabua is a first class municipality in the province of Camarines Sur that has three existing potable water supply systems: NAWAD, Duran Water System and Sagumay Water System.

    As of June 2017, NAWAD supplies water to 39 barangays of Nabua. It currently draws 60,000 cu. m from Santiago Old Pumping Station and 45,000 cu.m from Baao Water District and Iriga City Water District respectively.

    TubigPilipinas Group, Inc. is engaged with the business of supplying, distributing, operating and managing water systems. The company currently is operating in major cities and towns in Pangasinan, Isabela, Cavite, and Negros.


  • February 1, 2019 - Pure Energy Holdings Corp. bags P600-million water supply deal
    The Philippine Star

    MANILA, Philippines — The water unit of Pure Energy Holdings Corp. has bagged the P600-million Nabua water supply deal in Camarines Sur, growing its footprint beyond the Visayas region.

    Pure Energy said its subsidiary Tubig Pilipinas Group Inc. (TPGI) has been issued a notice of award on the P600-million joint venture project by the Nabua Water District (NAWAD) in the municipality of Nabua, Camarines Sur.

    This covers the overall design, construction, and management of the water supply and septage system of NAWAD.

    Under the deal, TPGI will be in charge of the water supply and septage systems of NAWAD for 30 years until the year 2049, and is renewable for another 20 years.

    Nabua is a first class municipality in the province of Camarines Sur that has three existing potable water supply systems: NAWAD, Duran Water System and Sagumay Water System.

    As of June 2017, NAWAD supplies water to 39 barangays of Nabua. It currently draws 60,000 cu. m from Santiago Old Pumping Station and 45,000 cu.m from Baao Water District and Iriga City Water District, respectively.

    This is the company’s fourth bulk water project to-date, three of which are located in the Visayas region.

    “We are beginning to build our footprint as this is our fourth project,” TPGI president and CEO Ryan Yapkianwee said.

    “Our joint venture with NAWAD will be a step closer to our goal of providing more efficient and cost effective water supply systems in the Philippines, especially to the underserved areas,” he added.

    TPGI has operations in Cadiz City which is set to supply 4,000 households and another in the Calbayog City with the concession closed in December.

    “We look forward to closing more long term contracts in the near future, that may include some areas in Mindanao and Northern Luzon,” Yapkianwee said.

    TPGI is engaged in the business of supplying, distributing, operating and managing water systems.

    With its affiliate Princess Urduja Waterworks System Inc., it is operating in major cities and towns in Pangasinan, Isabela, Cavite, and Negros.

    Pure Energy Holdings Corp. is an investment holding company that aims to strategically acquire assets, develop natural resources that are sustainable.

    It is currently engaged in renewable energy and bulk water services and or distribution to various cities, municipalities, and communities in the Philippines.


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