Ecoverde Homes Corporation
Ecoverde Homes is the latest addition to the Malate Construction and Development Corporation (MCDC) Family. Formed and incorporated in 2013, Ecoverde Homes is MCDC’s focused response to the growing need for housing in the lower half of the pyramid market. Although a new brand, Ecoverde Homes brings with it the gains of almost three-decade of experience in the housing industry inherited from its mother company – MCDC. With this strong background coupled with the use of the quality-certified Plaswall Panel technology, Ecoverde Homes is more than able to deliver its promised quality for each and every home it builds.
We, at Ecoverde Homes, are geared towards changing the misconception or the wrong definition on Socialized Housing or Affordable Housing by building homes with quality that is at par with expensive housing units. Since 2013, our Projects producing about 1,700 units in the areas of Batangas and in Manolo Fortich – Bukidnon and Cagayan de Oro City add to the 15,000 and still growing number of homes which MCDC has built through the years.
Having been in this industry for a good 3 decades, we are committed to continuously and consistently develop quality housing units keeping in mind that all Filipinos deserve to own a decent home with dignity and quality of life.
Malate Construction and Development Corporation
We began as a government contractor in 1986. Founded by its current President & CEO Mr. Giovanni J. Olivares, MCDC gained its reputation and experience in building masa housing and relocation sites around Metro Manila. After a few years, the founder realized the potential and opportunity in developing affordable housing and went into joint ventures to sell house and lots.
Since its foundation, MCDC has continuously and consistently developed housing projects focused on affordability, quality and location. With close to 10,000 total house and lots built, MCDC is already to increase its production and operations, keeping in mind that all Filipino Families deserve to own a decent home with dignity and quality of life.