Monte Cielo Eternal Garden (Monte Cielo) is developed and managed by the Biocielo Realty and Development Corporation (BRDC), member of the MUTI Group of Companies based in Koronadal City, South Cotabato.
Monte Cielo is a 24-hectare property strategically located in a rapidly developing portion of General Santos City, particularly at Brgy. Mabuhay facing the majestic Mt. Matutum and overlooking Sarangani Bay.
Easy accessible from all points of origin, Monte Cielo is designed and operated to provide the people of GenSan and nearby localities an alternative sanctuary of peace and quiet, where precious memories of loved ones are treasured and kept.
Biocielo Realty Development Corporation (Biocielo), a newly organized corporation and one of the newest members of the MUTI Group of Companies, was granted a Certificate of Registration by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on July 6, 2009 with registry no. CS200928063. BRDC maintains its headquarters on the 3rd floor VENSU Building, National Highway, General Santos City.
Biocielo aims to be at the forefront of the memorial park industry. From its humble beginnings, Biocielo now embarks on developing one of the biggest and the best memorial parks in Socsksargen area - the Monte Cielo Eternal Garden (Monte Cielo).
Monte Cielo is the largest in Socsksargen area and offers a complete line of exclusive memorial products and services, such as:
-Regular lots to gardens and mausoleums;
-Bone Ossuary and Community Vault (a first in the region!);
-Modern interment services guaranteed with utmost convenience and peace of mind in times of grief;
-Lowest package price that you can afford;
-Memorial Plans and flexible payment terms.
The Espina, Perez-Espina & Associates is comprised of family members with expertise in various fields such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Planning and Interior Designing. Through the years, the firm has established a practice primarily engaged in Basic Architectural Services that reaches beyond Cebu into neighboring islands of the Visayas and Mindanao.