DAVAO-BASED real estate developer Damosa Land, Inc. (DLI) said it has broken ground on the first homes at its 8.9-hectare Ameria Homes project in Panabo City, Davao del Norte.

In a statement, DLI said it teamed up with Connovate Philippines to use high-performance building technology from Denmark on Ameria homes.

“We are honored to be the first developer to introduce this eco-friendly Danish building technology in Mindanao as it stays true to our heritage in agriculture,” DLI Head Ricardo F. Lagdameo said.

With its technology, Connovate uses precast panels which contain less cement, making the construction process quicker.

An Ameria model house will be unveiled before end-March. Unit turnovers are expected to start by the second half of the year.

“We are pleased to be able to begin home construction as we look forward to welcoming homeowners to Agriya by next year. It’s exciting for everyone involved as this project is a first of its kind in the region,” Mr. Lagdameo added.

Ameria is part of the 88-hectare Agriya township, which has residential, commercial, agri-tourism and institutional components. — K.C.G. Valmonte