Sta. Clara Power Corp. (SCPC) is a dynamic independent power producing corporation with preference in hydro power development. Through the privatization program of the Philippine government's Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporatin (PSALM), SCPC's winning bid paved the way for it's acquisition of the 1.2 MW Loboc Mini-Hydro Power Plant in the island province of Bohol. This officially launched SCPC as a new force in the power sector business.
It now also holds 50% ownership of the 0.8 MW Amlan mini hydro plant in Negros Oriental.
SCPC is related with the Sta. Clara International Corporatin which is one of the plants, provision of base load diesel driven generators and numerous infrastucture projects by the Philippine government, private sector, as well as construction jobs in the Middle East.
STA. CLARA INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
The humble beginning started in 1976, originally
named Sta. Clara Trading Construcion Company (SCTCC). Initially it offered services for equipment trading and rental, as well as subcontract works to major construction projects.
Upon continuously building a good reputation in the industry, by 1990, the company's growth must be sustained. Hence, it's expansion into a fully registered corporation now known as Sta. Clara International Corporation. The objective then was to become a major force in the construction industry especializing in equipment intensive works.
Since then, we have continued to expand our capabilities to encompass earthworks, roads, bridges, tunnels, dams, utilities, buildings, and horizontal directional drilling.
Having a blend of qualified experience and enthusiasm in the management and control of the operations, and with close relationships and affiliations to International specialists in the full spectrum of construction, we are confident that we are well placed to meet future challenges with quality assured professionalism, dynamism, value, and service.