Batangas International Port
Port of Batangas is one of the Philippines’ national ports and a key port in the CALABARZON region. A strategic point of entry in Luzon, it had enhanced the industrial growth and potential of the province. This port was built to last generations with Fortune Cement from Republic.
Today, after 53 years of operation, the Port of Batangas continues to be a gateway for Filipinos in South Luzon as the esteemed International Port of Batangas.
Quezon Ecotourism road is a coastal ecotourism road project to facilitate and make travel convenient between Quezon and Batangas.
The Manila Light Rail Transit System, popularly and informally known as the LRT, is a metropolitan rail system serving the Metro Manila area in the Philippines.
The North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), managed by Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, is a vital gateway that links Metro Manila to North and Central Luzon in the Philippines. It was formerly called the North Diversion Road, and underwent renovation, expansion and modernization with the help of the trusted cement for durable roads — Republic Cement. Today, NLEX measures 88-kilometer long and has four to eight lanes with limited access.
NLEX continues to be among the country’s most efficient and most advanced main road arteries.
Pagbilao Power Plant
Pagbilao Power Station is a 735-MW coal-fired thermal power plant at Isla Grande in Pagbilao Quezon.
San Roque Dam
San Roque Dam, operated under San Roque Multipurpose Project (SRMP), is a 200 meters tall, 1.2 kilometer long embankment dam on the Agno River – the third largest river in the Philippines, and provides year-round irrigation benefits for 708 kilometers of farmland downstream of the dam. It improves the quality of the water in the Lower Agno River via a protective integrated watershed management plan (IWMP) and by trapping sediments caused by erosion and by such other sources as small-scale mining.