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Concepcion Growth Corridor

Area: 241 hectares

This 241-hectare site comprises the area along and immediately contiguous to the Maharlika Highway from Concepcion Pequeña the Del Rosario boundary, leading towards the capital town of Pili, Camarines Sur. It is ideal for for medium- to high-end residential and commercial development.

The corridor has traditionally been a location for beverage bottling plants, warehouses and distribution centers. Many companies have also established regional headquarters within this area. A 96-hectare high-end residential and commercial development, anchored on a construction of a 20-meter diversion highway connecting CBD-II and the corridor, is slated to start in 2002.

Existing Industries

Manufacturing, Warehousing and Distribution Services
DN Steel Corporation
Phil-Metal Corporation
Coca-Cola Bottling Plant
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Plant
San Miguel Beer Distribution
San Miguel Foods, Inc. (Nestle-Magnolia)
Swift Foods, Inc.
Selecta Walls Inc.
Orient Cold Storage Facility
Grand Cement
United Laboratories, Inc.
Zest-O Corporation Distribution
National Panasonic Distribution
La Germania Distribution
Lasat Integrated Farms Corporation
Lucky Star Food Product Inc.

Automotive Services
Nissan – Lisam Motors(Nissan Motors)
Goodyear Servitek – Lisam Enterprises
Uni-Oil Gas Station/ Willy’s Motor Corporation

Utilities/Telecommunication Services
National Power Corporation (National Power utility)
Camarines Sur II Electric Cooperative (Local Power utility)
ABS-CBN Regional Network
SMART Wireless Center

Residential/Property Development
Monte Cielo
Jardin Real

Financial Services
Golden 7 Bank National Headquarters
United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)
Allied Bank
ING Life
CMG Life
Ayala Life
Ayala Plans
Insular Life

Other Facilities/Service
Matt’s Tourist Inn
St. John Hospital

Projects Encouraged
- Construction and operation of new hotels qualifying under the Standard Class, or better, category
- Upgrading of existing hotels to Standard Class, or better
- Construction and operation of new commercial center complexes