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Old December 13th, 2011, 04:59 PM   #1
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QUEZON CITY | Circulo Verde | U/C

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nice! any pics of the construction site and are there websites?
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Old December 13th, 2011, 10:19 PM   #3
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nice so they really made this island too?
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good ,very good
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Here's the latest construction updates!
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It should be MANILA not QUEZON CITY since this is international forum.
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Ortigas & Co. on Friday said it will spend P300-million for a 1.5-kilometer river protection system around its Circulo Verde residential project

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MANILA - .

In a statement, the property developer said the project will be completed by June next year and will help increase the carrying capacity of the Marikina River.

Circulo Verde is a 12-hectare residential development in Quezon City that will have 15 towers and 70 percent open space for recreation.

The company's river wall project comes as developers have come under increased scrutiny over their contribution to the recent floods spawned by heavy rains in Metro Manila.

Public Works and Highways Secretary Rogelio Singson had said that many property developments were undertaken without regard for their water discharge, which has exacerbated flooding in Metro Manila.

Joey F. Santos, Ortigas & Co. senior vice president, said the river protection wall will increase the average width of the river around Circulo Verde by 43 percent from 46.3 meters to 66.3 meters.

“The narrowest width will increase to 50 meters from 19 meters - a 163 percent increase in width - and at the widest will increase to 105 meters from 84 meters, a 25 percent increase. More importantly, the river will also deepen by 20 meters, more than doubling its current carrying capacity. In all, we will be dredging 25,000 cubic meters of silt, equivalent to 1,500 truckloads,” Santos said.

He said the river wall will arrest erosion at the river banks around Circulo Verde.

Ortigas & Co. has commissioned DCCD Engineering to undertake a flood and hydraulics study for the Circulo Verde project.

“We found that through time, due to the accumulation of silt or burak on the river bed, the river has become shallow and its carrying capacity has been significantly reduced. This explains why people can walk across certain parts of the Marikina River during the dry season and why it is susceptible to overflows,” said Ben Galang, an engineer with DCCD.

“In addition, soil naturally erodes on riverbanks in the absence of man-made protection systems like a wall,” he said.

Dr. Guillermo Tabios of the University of the Philippines-National Hydraulics Research Center said the river wall can stand 50- and 100-year floods.

“Once the river protection wall is done, Ortigas will begin dredging the riverbed. This is a commitment we have made to the various government agencies we work with, to enhance the river and become part of its transformation. We think that it has the same potential as Clarke Quay of Singapore or River Seine—prime riverside properties that were transformed and carefully maintained by its developers,” Santos said.

He said the company also installed a smart drainage system that would collect used household and rainwater in a big tank for recycling, thus minimizing discharge to the river.

“The recycled water would be used for a lot of non-potable purposes like cleaning, watering plants, among others,” Santos said.

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