Second generation leaders take reins of 30-year-old family-owned enterprise Second generation members of the families of the Barinos and Mantuhacs, owners of the Duros Group of Companies,(right) are given a chance to grow further the legacy of the family-owned enterprise. Above, Padgett Place in Cebu City is one of the major projects of the group.
‘To recover costs, company can develop 2-hectare church property’ CHURCH BUILDING. Lito and Fe Barino turn over a symbolic key to the International Eucharistic Congress Pavilion to Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma. The Barino couple’s Duros Development Corp. built the pavilion (below), which can reportedly accommodate 12,000 persons, without the Archdiocese having to shell out cash.
Rafaelito A. Barino and wife Fe of Duros Development Corp. recall their decision to shoulder the cost of building the Pavilion for “God’s greater glory”. Fe, who paused to wipe tears as an image of the Pavilion flashed on screen behind them, said their lives and the company have been blessed many times over. Joseito
In 1995, DUROS entered into sub-contract with Dongsung Construction Co., Inc., a Korean firm who was awarded the contract for the> reconstruction of Cebu North Road Asphalting project from Consolacion to Danao City. It was the first road project of DUROS which costs P60 Million. DUROS imported its Asphalt Batching Plant and other paving equipment and machineries from Korea with the assistance of Land Bank of the Philippines.
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