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JCVA's Commitment to Ecologically Responsive Construction in the Philippines


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According to a report by the Institute of Economics and Peace in 2019, the Philippines is at a high and very alarming risk from the climate crisis. Its effects are already taking a toll on every Filipino’s livelihood and property. If left unaddressed, this could significantly threaten the country’s GDP and citizens’ well-being by 2040.


Given the pressing nature of this issue, what role does the Philippine construction industry play in addressing the climate crisis? This sector is uniquely positioned to contribute meaningful solutions, from green building initiatives to resilient infrastructure projects. The industry can also adopt more sustainable building materials, invest in energy-efficient technologies, and implement designs that are not only innovative but also environmentally friendly.


At JCVA, we’re not just a mere construction project management firm. We’re also fighting for a greener and more sustainable future. Here’s how we actively reimagine the way we build.


Sustainable Construction

Historically, the worlds of sustainability and construction have often been miles apart. JCVA is on a mission to bridge this divide and make sustainability an integral part of the modern construction landscape. By prioritizing eco-friendly approaches from the earliest planning stages, we can embed sustainability into the very foundation of our work. This sustainable approach serves as our guiding principle that informs every decision we make, from the selection of materials to the technologies we employ.


JCVA isn't just doing business as usual in the construction sector of the Philippines. We're pioneering a more responsible, innovative way of operating that puts sustainability at the forefront of all we do. We're committed to achieving the highest sustainability standards in every project we handle, not just for the betterment of the build itself but for the future of our country and planet.


Green Certifications

We also provide expert WELL, LEED, and BERDE consultancy services to solidify JCVA’s place as a sustainable construction project management company in the Philippines. This commitment to being green is at the heart of our every project. As one of the leading LEED consultants in the Philippines, we have recently assisted one of the top global agriculture companies in the country to attain a LEED certification for their local hub.


But we're not stopping there. We've got multiple ongoing projects in the pipeline where we are providing expert sustainability consulting services. Whether it's advising on energy-efficient building materials or assisting in green certification processes, we are hands-on in making sure these buildings will be as eco-friendly as possible.


At JCVA, we’re doing more than just building better businesses. We're putting sustainability at the front and center of everything we do. We aim to transform the construction industry better and greener, one project at a time.


Shaping A Greener Future

JCVA is far more than just another name in the construction industry. We're on a proactive mission to be architects of change, particularly when tackling the pressing issue of climate change that's knocking on the Philippines' door. The stakes are high, and we're rising to the challenge.


Faced with the urgent reality of climate change, especially its direct impact on the Philippines, it's time for the construction industry to step up and become a force for positive change. By equipping our projects with sustainable initiatives and obtaining green certifications like WELL, LEED, and BERDE, we're ensuring that the structures we build today are ready for the challenges of tomorrow.


With each brick we lay and each building we raise, we also cast the foundation for a more sustainable and healthier future for our communities and our country. Ready to go green? Email us at technical@jcvassociates.ph or visit www.jcvassociates.ph/well-leed-berde-consultancy to learn more.

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