Last July 27, 2018 at the Terraville Phase I-B site, Beneterra Consolidated Corporation re-launched its brand, Terraville and had its official groundbreaking ceremony for Terraville Phase I-B in Victorias City.
THIS modern gated community was designed for residents to enjoy outdoor activities while achieving a work-life balance. It is an eco-friendly community with house designs that promote a balance of the rural and urban lifestyle.
It is also a space-efficient and cost-effective subdivision developed for investors who want long-term appreciation for their investment.
Terraville Phase I-B is located in Barangay 12 in Victorias City, Negros Occidental, just near the city proper.
Because of its strategic location, homeowners and investors can also enjoy the leisure of being with nature as Victorias City is "The Sweet Green City" in Negros Occidental.
Terraville is 20 minutes away from the Gawahon Eco-Park, where people can enjoy bird watching, hiking and see the sights of relaxing cool waterfalls.
On July 27, Beneterra Consolidated Corporation, a real estate development company in Negros Occidental, re-launched its brand – Terraville – during the groundbreaking ceremony at the Terraville Phase I-B site.
The developer of Terraville will be using the integrated building system, which is an advanced building technology that has been the preferred prefabricated construction material for many years in advanced countries such as the United States of America, Australia, New Zealand and other progressive nations.
The material, which is the insulated wall panel, is made of fire-retardant expanded polystyrene that is more superior compared to the conventional ordinary concrete hollow blocks material.
With the use of the insulated wall panels, Beneterra Consolidated Corporation will offer the investors of Terraville a revolutionary product and a first in Negros Occidental with a local developer to offer the market a better, cooler, and faster construction of building homes.
The team from Beneterra and the designers of Terraville believed that the aesthetics and the designs are the fundamentals in the development of wide land areas in Negros Occidental.
For the design team, they have “a responsibility on how our design affects the products and experiences we create. Considering the global challenges set before us, like climate change, economic injustice, political and social inequality and large migration to cities.”
For inquiries, contact Beneterra Consolidated Corporation at firstname.lastname@example.org, (+6334) 434 3566, (+63) 9179228529 and (+63) 9178860135 or visit their websites, www.beneterra.ph and www.terraville.ph. (PR)