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The Cebu CFBC Plant Chronicle EDITION NO.

10, January 20, 2008

Construction of Slope Protection

T his structure is designed and built for the purpose of protecting the
coastal soil from erosion. The design follows a very simple pattern for the soil
from scouring, which protects the removal of top soil from continuous
scrubbing and pounding of sea waves or rain water especially during typhoons
or storms. This will serve as a way for us to help protect the environment.

Methodology for this construction includes removal of silt/sand and

replacement with more stable earth material such as limestone. After which, a
geo-textile membrane is placed which will protect the limestone layer. Then,
armor rocks are laid to respond to any exposure or destruction from seawater
or rainwater. Lastly, the void space between the layers will be filled with
concrete by the contractor for finishing.

On-going Construction of Slope Protection

(January 20, 2008)

Environmental, Health and
Safety (EHS) Program

O ne of the commitments of KSPC is the safety of the environment, the

affected community and the people at construction site. In response to this
commitment, Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Program is being
implemented in the construction site.

The objective of the program is Zero-Accidents during the course of the

construction and commissioning of the project. To meet this objective, an EHS
Committee was established by the main contractor with the guidance of KSPC.
Subcontractors were also included in the committee to ensure that the
objective will be met through the cooperation of all involved parties. Emergency
procedures were established to address accidental or emergency situations
arising from the on-going construction works.

“Think Safety” Reminder in the Construction Site

(January 15, 2009)

EHS Program (Cont’d.)
To ensure the safety and convenience of all workers, a canteen was
constructed inside the construction site. The workers were also provided a
place where they could rest during break times.

To keep the workers alert at all times, a daily exercise is presided by a safety
personnel. Personal Protective Equipments are checked before the workers are
allowed to work. Safety symbols and color codes were established to make the
workers aware of safety and health hazards in a particular area. A daily safety
meeting is also done to assess unsafe and unhealthy working environment.
Reports were also presented periodically to monitor the effectiveness of the
EHS program.

As of January 20, 2009, the construction works have already reached 341
days with Zero-Accidents.

Eight (8) Safety Regulations for Workers

(January 15, 2009)

Celebrating Christmas with the Children
of Barangay Colon

C hristmas is a time of giving and sharing, and in some little ways, KSPC
was able to celebrate the spirit of Christmas with the less fortunate children of
Barangay Colon, Naga, Cebu.

Last December 23, 2008, a community outreach program was held in

Barangay Colon, Naga. The program was made successful through continued
support from the Barangay Council and volunteers from the community. The
children were given the chance to showcase their talents in dancing and skills
in playing various games.

KSPC believes that no matter how small a gift maybe, be it a simple toy
wrapped in fancy paper or a burger bought from a fast food chain, what
matters most is the idea of sharing in the spirit of yuletide season.

KSPC Celebrates Christmas with the children of Barangay Colon

(December 23, 2008)

Project Progress

On-going steel structure erection for Unit #1 Boiler Building

(January 20, 2009)

On-going works of Turbine Building Foundation

(January 20, 2009)

Project Progress

On-going rebar and form works for

Administration Building (January 20, 2009)

Rebar Installation for Control Building

(January 20, 2009)

Project Information


 CAPACITY : 100 MW x 2 Units
 PLANT TECHNOLOGY : CFBC (Circulating Fluidized Bed Combustion)
 LOCATION : Colon, City of Naga (20 Km from Cebu City)
 TARGET COMPLETION : Unit #1: February 2011; Unit #2: May 2011

Contact us

Mr. Bag Woon Choi

Mr. Beach Padogdog

Tel. No. (032) – 272 6290~91, 93

Fax No. (032) – 489 7010