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New MF/RO surface water plant online

Maynilad Water Services, a Philippines-based private water utility, commissioned its Putatan Water Treatment Plant 2, a 100,000 m3 /d (26.4 MGD) addition to its existing 150,000 m3 /d (39.6 MGD) Putatan 1 WTP in the city of Muntinlupa. The new, €90 million ($96 million) plant was constructed by Acciona Agua and its local partners, Jardine Energy Control Philippines (JECP) and Frey-Fil Consortium.

The plant includes DAF, biologically active filtration, UF, RO and disinfection processes to treat water from Laguna de Bay, the Philippines’ largest freshwater lake. Although considered freshwater, its only outlet is connected to Manila Bay, which allows saltwater intrusion during tidal fluctuations. BASF’s inge supplied its dizzer UF modules and T-Rack system for the project. According to inge sales director Josef Wunram, the new system pretreats up to 180,000 m3 /d (47.6 MGD) of RO feedwater. Acciona Agua will operate the plant for a year.

Frey-Fil Booth at the recently concluded Philconstruct Exhibit

Thank you for visiting our Frey-Fil Booth at the recently concluded Philconstruct exhibit.
Frey-Fil is a one-stop-shop group of companies that can help you in your construction needs from survey to soil testing, design and finally in the construction phase.

Visit our booth at the 29th Philippine International Construction Equipment, Building Materials, Interior and Exterior Products Exhibition and Technology Forum

A highly regarded manufacturer of Precast, Pre Stressed Concrete, GFRC with “AAA” General Engineering Construction License is joining the biggest construction event in the Philippines- Philconstruct 2018.
Come and support us on November 8-11 at SMX Convention Center. Visit us at Booth no. WB32-333. Pre-register at www.philconstructevent.com (Pre-registration ends on October 31, 2018)

FLG Mgmt. And Dev't Corp. & Frey - Fil Corp. signed a contract for a joint venture project

JBI, FFC sign joint venture agreement

By Daryl Rose Virtudazo, August 14, 2016

International construction company, Julius Berger International GmbH (JBI) expanded its market into the East Asian particularly in the Philippines with the recent signing of a joint venture agreement with Frey-Fil Corp. (FFC).
JBI will continue its 100 year tradition of providing distinguished design and engineering services for projects globally. The joint venture combines JBI's resources, unmatched technical expertise and German standards of quality with the extensive experience and local knowhow of FCC, providing a comprehensive partnership for the Philippine market.
Frey-Fil is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Construction firm with an "AAA" general engineering construction license. It is involved in general and specialty construction and has established strategically located offices and plants nationwide.
Julius Berger project references reflect major infrastructure projects such as bridges, expressways, airports and harbors, as well as industry and building projects in various sectors including energy, steel, cement and consumer goods across Europe and Nigeria.
JBI and FFC together have recognized the major synergies that both companies offer each other in the field of design, engineering and construction, which will ultimately provide a tremendous value to clients in the Philippines.
The joint venture agreement was signed by Joachim Enenkel, president and CEO of FFC together with Christoph H. Wittmann, country manager of Julius Berger International.
Eric A. Cruz, chairman of Frey-Fil, welcomes this strategic partnership as further milestone to sustain the growth of the Filipino.
Guenter Taus, president of the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines stated that "it is a welcome sign, that Julius Berger - a Germany based construction company with international business in West Africa - is recognizing SEA as a growth region in the world and has chosen the Philippines as base of operation in a partnership with Frey-Fil."