Camella supports P20-M Lapu-Lapu City drainage project

February 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

MANILA, Philippines – On the occasion of Camella’s 20 strong years in the Queen City of the South, the country’s most preferred housing brand with the widest geographic reach, gives back to its long time partner and host province. As a tribute to Cebuanos, Camella spearheaded the improvement of the city’s draining system with assistance from its own contractors and in close coordination with the local officials to ensure that the city’s government’s drainage plan is strictly adhered to. The P20M drainage systemproject is currently underway.

Drainage systems planning, digging and installation of pipes stretch for an approximate length of 4.5 kilometers that passes along the Pajac – Maribago Road, from the General Aviation Road leading to the Mactan Circumferential Road.

“Once completed, the comprehensive drainage system will benefit residents in Lapu-lapu’s neighboring barangays, particularly in Pajac, Maribago, Mactan, Basak, Cagodoy, Bankal and Buaya as well as over 1,000 residents in various Camella projects in the area – as flooding will be prevented in the areas mentioned and will effectively manage the island’s water outflow,” relates Myra Lynn Gilig, general manager of Camella Cebu for North properties.

While rains cannot be prevented, flooding will now be a thing of the past. Diseases and ailments such as malaria, dengue and the like will be reduced to a minimum due to the healthy neighborhood conditions. Canal passageways that will divert the rainwater from surface accumulation will replace the once breeding grounds of mosquitoes. Parents will be especially thankful since dengue cases are on the rise nowadays.

“Camella’s comprehensive drainage system literally and figuratively goes a long way in advocating a softer form of “good governance” within the neighborhood. This consists of setting up the groundwork for the basic infrastructure that has far-reaching positive effects beyond its own area of jurisdiction. This proves that Camella is responsive to the needs of the homeowners and provides linkages to the surrounding subdivisions as well,” said Communities Philippines president, Jerylle Luz C. Quismundo.

Camella is the subsidiary catering to the mid-market segment of Vista Land & Lifescapes, Philippines’ largest homebuilder with 35 years of experience. It has built more than 250,000 homes and maintains a strong presence in Mega Manila and 21 other key provincial destinations.

Camella offers a broad range of home options from luxury to affordable homes. In Lapu-Lapu City, Camella offers Montserrat, a community with refreshing Italian-Mediterranean hues, well-maintained landscape, 24/7 security and strategic location. Committed to the improvement of lives of its residents, Montserrat will soon develop its commercial area.

Set in an elevated area on the gentle sloping hills of Talisay City, Azienda is an Italian inspired community that offers a view of the scenic cityscape and the magnificent Bohol Strait.  About 40 hectares, Azienda has eight enclaves of 2-3 storey homes, grandiose clubhouse with swimming pool, basketball court, landscaped greeneries, shuttle services and beautiful water features.  A commercial center and a church will be developed soon in Azienda, offering its residents a convenient, well-balanced lifestyle.

For more information on Camella developments in Cebu, call (02) 584 1182 or 0917 857 6494 for Direct Marketing, (032) 234-6034 and (032) 511 7377 for Camella Cebu, or log on to

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