Manila Water Philippine Ventures opens Bulacan Water Office

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The Bulacan Water team.

Manila Water Philippine Ventures officially opened the temporary business office of Bulacan Manila Water Philippine Ventures Development Corporation (Bulacan Water) located at Blk 2 Lot 11 Rose St., Grand Royale Subd., Phase 8, Bulihan, Malolos City.

“The new office signifies greater responsibility of delivering exceptional customer experience. We established this new office to ensure that the company becomes closer to customers,” says Manila Water Philippine Ventures President and CEO Virgilio C. Rivera, Jr. “We must be readily available to receive their concerns and be able to meet their expectations,” Rivera added as he reminded the Bulacan Water team that “the company exists because of our customers”.

Manila Water Philippine Ventures President & CEO Virgilio C. Rivera, Jr.; Bulacan Water Operations Manager Roy Gonzaga; Bulacan Water Business Operations Manager GL Denaga;  Bulacan Water President Arnold Mortera; and Bulacan Water Technical Operations Manager Java De Luna.

Meanwhile, Bulacan Water President Arnold Mortera expressed his high hopes for the employees to engage and collaborate with the community in improving the water services of Asian Land. “This may be a temporary office but the solutions that our team will be providing will be permanent and sustainable,” said Mortera.

The official opening of the office began with a prayer officiated by Rev. Fr. Ron Mangon from Barasoin Church. This was followed by a short ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Manila Water Philippine Ventures President & CEO Virgilio C. Rivera, Jr, Bulacan Water‘s President Arnold Mortera, Operations Manager Roy Gonzaga, Business Operations Manager GL Denaga, and Technical Operations Manager Java De Luna.

Bulacan Water is the operating subsidiary of Manila Water Philippine Ventures which delivers water supply services to the subdivisions developed by Asian Land Strategies Corporation (Asian Land), one of the largest real estate developers in the province. In the early part of 2017, Asian Land turned over the operations and management of the water supply facilities of its seven subdivisions in the municipalities of Pulilan, San Ildefonso, Sta. Maria, and in the city of Malolos.

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