Millennial Resorts achieved the very first EDGE (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies) Certification for a resort hospitality project in the country, with its Crusoe Cabins at CaSoBe in Calatagan, Batangas.
The award was given by the Philippine Green Building Initiative Inc., which recognized the facility for its eco-efficient design that results in reduction of 34 percent in energy, 57 percent in water, and 65 percent in embodied energy in materials compared to local base.
The EDGE Certification demonstrates the leadership and advocacy of Landco and its sister hospitality group, Millennial Resorts in green building design with the use of EDGE software.
“Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC) has always championed the integration of sustainability into our business strategy and value creation. We are proud that under the MVP Group, Landco and Millennial Resorts attained the EDGE certification to create a lasting positive impact to the environment and community. This achievement is a concrete example of our holistic and all-inclusive approach to sustainability.,” remarked Chaye Cabal-Revilla, Chief Finance, Sustainability and Risk Officer, Metro Pacific Investment Corporation (MPIC)
EDGE, an innovation of the International Finance Corporation (IFC), is an international green building standard, rating system, and certification available in 160 countries. EDGE brings about solutions to reduce the use of energy, water, and embodied energy in materials.
Millennial Resorts features unique resort accommodations: Crusoe Cabins at CaSoBe and Costa Azalea and Cocoons at CaSoBe and Club Laiya; and leisure facilities: Laiya Beach Club at Club Laiya and Aquaria Water Park with a three-story giant slide at CaSoBe and Costa Azalea.
Its soon to be launched exciting new facilities are: Captain Barbozza restaurant and bar, Canopy and The Isle — venues for events, and Colony, a beachside co-working space. Costa Azalea is located in Samal Island, Davao.