Agriya, an 88-hectare agritourism development located in Panabo City, Davao del Norte, recently bagged the Best Residential Green Development award at the 2020 PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards.
A project of Davao-based Damosa Land Inc. (DLI), Agriya showcases the company’s efforts to promote sustainability in its projects.
Through a licensing agreement with Connovate Denmark, the company uses a high-performance concrete building technology with a 100-year material lifespan, as well as fast construction and insulation abilities, all of which significantly cut down carbon emissions.
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