The Pasar Outloading Facilities have been built in Isabel Leyte , in the deep sea water area in the vicinity of the Copper Smelter (PASAR). The Slag Outloading Facilities as the name says have been designed and built to load on ships and barges the Slag or byproduct of the process of burning Chalcopyrite to extract Copper, Gold, Siver and other metal and in the process, producing Sulfuric Acid and the Slag, iron pettets unfit for further metallurgical process. The Pier Head and appurtenances rest on Precast Reinforced Conrete Piles DRIVEN to refusal. The Pictures show the various stages of construction of the Marine structure facility, The Pictures show in sequence the arrival, at Isabel's Leyte beach-head, of the 2,000 Ton Landing Barge loaded with FS equipment and material for PASAR Project. Various Deck Barges with DWT capacity ranging from 1200 to 800, and two Tugboats were employed for the execution of the works. The Works were done in open sea conditions which had required in two instances, due to Typhoos, to move the barges to a nearby protected cove, the Barges were Anchored with Long Cables at each of four corners, to concrete "dead-men" and movements of barges were done thru compressed air operated winches. positioned at the barges four corners. Casting of the "I" Beam tipped Reinforced Concrete Piles was done at site, in segments up to 30 meters in length. Driving of piles was done thru Diesel hammers and flying mast operated thru crawler crane mounted on barges.