Green Antz to build Clark research hub

posted January 09, 2019 at 08:40 pm
by  Jess Malabanan
Green Antz Builders Inc. will soon supply eco-friendly construction materials for future projects in Clark Freeport Zone.

Green Antz and Clark Development Corp. signed a memorandum of agreement to develop a research facility and training center for eco-friendly construction materials.

CDC president and chief executive Noel Manankil and Green Antz president and chief executive Rommel Benig signed the MOA to promote the conservation of the environment by developing eco-friendly materials including bricks and porous pavers. 

Green Antz, the provider of environment-friendly products and solutions for the construction industry, will collaborate with CDC for its construction needs.

Manankil said the partnership would reinforce CDC’s mission on proper ecological practices to business enterprise in pursuit of a clean and safe environment.

Topics: Green Antz Builders Inc. , Clark research hub , Clark Development Corp. , Clark Freeport Zone
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