Alsina participates in the Lipa Homes residential construction in the Philippines
The project: Residential construction in the Philippines
Alsina’s Formwork delegation in the Philippines began in 2016 its collaboration in the construction of the residential Lipa Homes in the city of Biñan (Philippines).
This residential project involves the construction of nearly 4.000 single-family social protection houses with two stories each, which will offer the opportunity to low-income families to live in houses that are resistant to the usual typhoons that occur in the country.
In addition to participating in this social housing project, Alsina Formwork is participating in many similar ones for the same client in the country, such as the social housing of Saint Joseph’s Windfield Sta. Rosa (in Laguna), those of Idesia Dasmarinas (in Cavite), the Nuvista Homes Lipa (in Batangas), the Saint Joseph’s project (in Bulacan) or the Saint Joseph’s Homes (in Cabuyao).
Alsina: practical and safe solutions for residential construction
For the implementation of the project Alsina has supplied a large quantity of its Alisply Manual formwork system, which convinced the client for its durability and profitability compared to the aluminum formwork alternative.
Alsina’s Alisply range includes several recoverable formwork systems for the construction of walls and columns. This is a resistant, versatile and compatible system with all other accessories from Alisply family systems, a fact that makes so much more profitable the formwork equipment on site. The formwork surface of different types of Alisply is made of plywood, which offers many advantages over metal surfaces, such as lower weight, higher concrete quality, increased performance and greater resistance to inclement weather. Thus, Alisply Manual can be used for ten or more years by only changing the phenolic, while aluminum formwork must be bought again every two years.
With this choice the customer also gained productivity, since Alisply´s Manual assembly of is faster and does not require consumables.
Location: Biñan, Philippines
Completion date: 2018