The Lakeshore Project

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The Lakeshore Subdivision Project was situated in Mexico, Pampanga, with accessibility facilitated via the existing Mexico municipal road. Alternatively, access from the existing expressway could be achieved through the San Fernando Exit, followed by the Olongapo-Gapan Road route. The project encompassed an extensive land area of approximately 250 hectares, with an initial development phase covering around 125 hectares.

The envisioned project was executed through a series of phases and encompassed a range of components, including residential lots of diverse classifications, commercial zones, a business park, and recreational areas. Furthermore, a key feature of the project involved the creation of a 10.40-hectare man-made lake in close proximity to the existing expressway.

The mixture of development for the project was as follows:

  • Commercial Spaces
  • Residential Subdivision Areas
  • Business Park
  • School Area
  • Clubhouse
  • Hotel
  • Jogging Path
  • Man-made Lake
  • Restaurant Areas
  • Food Chain/Gasoline Station
  • Church
In Phase I of the development, major components such as commercial spaces, the business park, food chains, restaurants, and the man-made lake were included.
The scope of the detailed engineering design encompassed the following elements:
  1. Roadway Network System
  2. Storm Drainage System
  3. Water Supply and Distribution System (inclusive of Water Resources Study)
  4. Sewage Collection and Treatment System
  5. Electrical Systems (Power and Street Lighting)
  6. Site Development
  7. Site Grading
Additionally, allied services were provided, including:
  • Parcellary and Subdivision Survey
  • Relocation and Boundary Survey
  • Traffic Impact Study of the Subdivision Project
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