With a population of nearly 100 million people, the world’s second-largest economy and an estimated $500 billion economy, the Philippines is an engineering marvel.
With a coastline that spans the breadth of the island and a population that exceeds 500 million, it’s no wonder the Philippines has long been hailed as the engineering Mecca of the world.
In 2013, the country surpassed its 100 million-person target and set a new record for the number of buildings constructed annually, with 1,200,000 new homes being constructed by 2020.
And for the first time, the nation has reached a milestone of 2 billion square meters of urban development, or the amount of land required to house the country’s population of 1.6 billion.
With more than 30,000 dams, 6,000 underground water bodies, and hundreds of hydroelectric dams that are being constructed, the entire country of 3.4 million people is an extraordinary feat of engineering.
The Philippines is also the largest country in the world by area.
Its population is 1.1 billion, making it one of the largest cities in the Philippines, and the second-most populated country in Southeast Asia.
It is home to more than 200,000 people, making the country one of Southeast Asia’s largest urban centers.
But how exactly is it that a tiny company with no money and no experience in building, is building an entire city from scratch?
The answer is that a company called EDI is building it.EDI, which stands for Electric Engineering and Integrated Design, is a tiny firm with just $25,000 in capital.
EDI began in 2005 and is run by a group of engineers from the Philippine College of Engineering, which is part of the Philippine National University.
Edi’s founder, Manuel Mota, is not a typical Filipino engineer.
His father was a former vice president and military general in the Philippine government.
His mother, who died in 2014, was a doctor who was the president of a private hospital and who taught at the National University of Manila.
Mota’s father is also an engineer.
When I first met him, he was a very modest man.
He was wearing a suit and tie, with a white shirt tucked into a bow tie.
He seemed relaxed, though, and had an easy manner.
He also seemed to know a lot about engineering.
His son was in his early 20s.
Mota explained to me that EDI was one of two companies that started to see potential in building an electrical grid in the country.
The other company, which he declined to name, was called Mota Power.EDIs electrical engineering expertise is derived from a long career in the US military, which was the first to build a power grid.
EDIs engineering background, in addition to being the largest company in the entire Philippines, also gives EDI the opportunity to build its own grid.
In 2011, EDI entered the Philippines’ electric power market.
The Philippines is the world leader in the development of solar power.
In 2015, EDIs first electric grid connected to the national grid.
The system has become a global phenomenon and has been hailed by environmentalists as a clean and resilient energy solution.
The electric grid is an example of what happens when a small, agile company with little resources and little experience gets together and puts together an entire electrical system, including the entire power grid, from scratch.EDi’s success is the result of its three years of experience.
The company began with a $25 million loan from the Philippines government, and over the next three years, EDi built and connected a network of power plants in the state of Lanao del Sur, the capital of Lanais state.
The project was so successful that EDIs electricity system became a national model for the nation.
As a result, the Philippine Government granted EDI a $5 million loan in 2015 to build the next generation of the power grid in Mindanao.
This is the Philippines first national power grid and the largest grid in Southeast Asian.
When EDI first entered the market, it had only two electricity plants, one of which was already operating.
The power plants were built to last 50 years and had only one to four hours of power a day.
The power plants provided electricity for more than half the country, and it was the largest electricity network in Southeast Southeast Asia, and one of its most ambitious projects.
The EDI project, which began in 2010, was funded by a $50 million loan to EDI, the largest Philippine company.
The loan was originally to be repaid through the EDI’s own profits.
In 2016, the EDIs profits became a substantial portion of EDIs operating income, allowing it to finance its first two power plants, which have been operating for more then a decade.EDIt’s hard to tell just how successful EDI has been in building its