P1.5-B biz hub in Ecija to generate 13,000 jobs

>> Wednesday, December 17, 2014

PALAYAN CITY, Nueva Ecija — As many as 13,000 jobs is expected to be generated in this province once the construction of a P1.5-billion business hub, here, is realized, officials said yesterday.

At the groundbreaking ceremony, Gov. Aurelio Matias Umali hailed Alloy MTD, headed by Malaysian chief executive officer Dato Azmil Khalili Bin Khalid and its president Isaac David, an engineer, for taking on the project which he described as another milestone for the province.

Alloy MTD is MTD Philippines, a subsidiary of big Malaysian conglomerate deals with real estate development and infrastructure.

“This company was also the one behind the construction of South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) and Laguna Government Center in Calamba, Laguna.” Umali said.

David said these two buildings will be composed of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Company with the capacity of 2,500 seats for 24 hours of operations, a hotel with 74 rooms, multipurpose building allotted for commercial occupancy and government center.

The main building will be the provincial government building which will be occupied by national offices that are moving from Cabanatuan City to Palayan City.

This is part of consolidating all services, both national and local, in one location, to provide better service to the people.

The construction phase of the business hub will start in January, 2015 and is expected to be completed in 18-24 months.


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