Tower One and Philippine Stock Exchange Plaza

The Tower One & Exchange Plaza is one of the tallest and most prestigious office towers in the country. Home of the Philippine Stock Exchange, it is the headquarters of global financial institutions and key players in the Philippine financial community. It is owned by Ayala Land, a subsidiary of the Ayala Corporation, the company that built the Makati Central Business District.

The Tower One & Exchange Plaza was built with the help of high-performance cement trusted for building landmarks of progress — Republic Cement.

Built on strong foundations, the tower stands mightily at the forefront of the Philippine financial markets.

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Zuellig

The Zuellig Building in the Makati Central Business District, joined an elite group of less than a hundred buildings world-wide that have been certified Platinum by the United States Green Building Council under its LEED-CS program for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (Core and Shell).

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Greenbelt

Greenbelt, owned by Ayala Malls, is one of the country’s premier shopping and lifestyle centers. Located in the bustling city of Makati, it provides a blend of beauty, relaxation, enjoyment, urban living and Filipino ingenuity. It was erected around a 121,000-meter-square retail complex and renovated in 2001 with the help of the high-performance cement for strong, beautiful structures — Republic Cement.

Built on strong foundations, Greenbelt had become the standard for the Filipino’s premier mall experience.

 
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One Serendra

San Roque Dam, operated under San Roque Multipurpose Project (SRMP), is a 200 meters tall, 1.2 kilometer long embankment dam on the Agno River – the third largest river in the Philippines, and provides year-round irrigation benefits for 708 kilometers of farmland downstream of the dam. It improves the quality of the water in the Lower Agno River via a protective integrated watershed management plan (IWMP) and by trapping sediments caused by erosion and by such other sources as small-scale mining.

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