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Projects

  • Construction of a new 4-kilometer 4-lane toll road, from the junction of Daang Reyna and DaangHari in Las Piñas/Bacoor, Cavite to SLEX through the Susana Heights Interchange in Muntinlupa, traversing the New Bilibid Prison (NBP) Reservation. The proposed link-road will use the Susana Heights Interchange as exit and entry from north and south of SLEX and will include the construction of a new bridge/widening of the existing bridge crossing SLEX as well as the expansion of the Susana Heights toll plaza.
  • The project will involve the design, financing, and construction of about 9,303 one-storey and two-storey classrooms, including furniture and fixtures, in various sites in Region I, III and IV-A. The project aims to supplement the current program of the Department of Education in reducing classroom backlog.
  • The project is a 4-lane, 7.75 km elevated expressway and 2.22 km at-grade feeder road that will provide access to NAIA Terminals I, II and III, and link the Skyway and the Manila-Cavite Toll Expressway. It starts at the existing Skyway then follows the existing road alignments over Sales Avenue, Andrews Avenue, Domestic Road, and NAIA Road, and has entry/exit ramps at Roxas Boulevard, Macapagal Boulevard, and PAGCOR City.
  • The PSIP Phase II involves the designing, financing, and constructing of 4,370 one-storey, two-storey, three-storey and four-storey classrooms, including furniture, fixtures, and toilets in 1,895 public schools in 6 regions (Regions I, II, III ,X, CAR, and CARAGA).
  • The project involves the decommissioning of the old-magnetic-based ticketing system and replacing the same with contactless-based smart card technology on LRT Line 1 and 2 and MRT Line 3, with the introduction of a centralized back office that will perform apportionment of revenues. The private sector will operate and maintain the fare collection system.
  • The project is a 4-lane, 7.75 km elevated expressway and 2.22 km at-grade feeder road that will provide access to NAIA Terminals I, II and III, and link the Skyway and the Manila-Cavite Toll Expressway. It starts at the existing Skyway then follows the existing road alignments over Sales Avenue, Andrews Avenue, Domestic Road, and NAIA Road, and has entry/exit ramps at Roxas Boulevard, Macapagal Boulevard, and PAGCOR City.
  • The PSIP Phase II involves the designing, financing, and constructing of 4,370 one-storey, two-storey, three-storey and four-storey classrooms, including furniture, fixtures, and toilets in 1,895 public schools in 6 regions (Regions I, II, III ,X, CAR, and CARAGA).
  • The project involves the construction of a new world-class passenger terminal building in MCIA, with a capacity of about 8 million passengers per year; and the operation of the old and new facilities. The construction of a new world-class passenger terminal, including all related facilities, is proposed to separately cater to domestic and international operations.
  • The Southwest Terminal of the Integrated Transport System (ITS) project will be constructed within a site area of 4.59 hectares. It will connect passengers coming from the Cavite side to other transport systems such as the future LRT Line 1 South Extension, city bus, taxi, and other public utility vehicles that are serving inner Metro Manila. The project will include passenger terminal buildings, arrival and departure bays, public information systems, ticketing and baggage handling facilities, and park-ride facilities.
  • The project will provide treated bulk water to the various water districts (WDs) of Bulacan to help meet the increasing water demand of its consumers, expand its current service area coverage and increase the households served. The private partner will undertake the financing, detailed design and construction, and maintenance of conveyance facilities, treatment facilities and water source.
  • The current LRT Line 1 will be extended starting from its existing Baclaran Station to the future Niyog Station in Bacoor, Cavite which is approximately 11.7 kilometers. Of this length, 10.5 kilometers will be elevated and 1.2 kilometers will be at-grade. The whole stretch of the integrated LRT 1 will have a total length of approximately 32.4 kilometers and will be operated and maintained by the private proponent.
  • The provinces of Cavite and Laguna are growing industrial and commercial centers in the Southern Tagalog Region. This, however, is causing traffic congestion in major road networks in the area particularly the Governor’s Drive, Aguinaldo Highway, and Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road. The proposed expressway project aims to provide faster, safer, more comfortable and reliable route between Bacoor and Kawit, Cavite areas, and the Laguna and South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) areas; thus enhancing trade and socio-economic activities around them.
  • The South Terminal of the Integrated Transport System (ITS) project will be constructed within a site area of 4.7 hectares. It will connect passengers coming from the Laguna/Batangas side to other transport systems such as the future North-South Commuter Railway project (currently the Philippine National Railways), city bus, taxi, and other public utility vehicles that are serving inner Metro Manila. The project will include passenger terminal buildings, arrival and departure bays, public information systems, ticketing and baggage handling facilities, and park-ride facilities.
  • The project involves the financing, design, construction, operations and maintenance, including procurement of the rolling stocks and systems, of a new 19-kilometer light rail line along Aguinaldo Highway from Niyog, Bacoor (the terminus of the LRT Line 1 Cavite Extension Project) to Dasmariñas City in Cavite. LRT Line 6, as an extended rail system from the existing LRT Line 1, will provide a cost-effective and efficient mode of transport for people travelling within Cavite and to/from Metro Manila. The project will also provide an incentive to the public to relocate to the suburbs of Metro Manila (specifically Cavite Province), thus lessening the burden on Metro Manila infrastructure.
  • The project will assist smallholder farmers and farmer organizations in 50 agrarian reform community clusters across 44 provinces in 14 regions. In particular, IPAC will enhance linkage of 300,000 farmers and 650 farmer organizations to viable markets and establish productive partnerships with relevant private enterprises, and is expected to generate 30,000 jobs for landless farmers and women. IPAC will focus on developing agribusiness synergies in financially-viable production of copra, organic and low-chem rice, cacao, cassava, coffee, oil palm, Muscovado sugar, abaca, and rubber.
  • Additional fund allocation of PhP20,925 million for Infrastructure Development and Project Support. The project is proposed to add 206 farm-to-market roads to reach a total of 386; 24 market roads and bridges for a total of 44; 2 rural road bridges (tofor a total of 8); 5 communal irrigation systems (tofor a total of 7); 17 level 2 potable water supply (tofor a total of 27); and 65 other agricultural support infrastructure (tofor a total of 129). To achieve its objectives, the PRDP implements four (4) inter-related components, namely: a. Local and National Planning (I-PLAN); b. Infrastructure Development (I-BUILD); c. Enterprise Development (I-REAP); and d. Project Support (I-SUPPORT)
  • The project will improve the road condition and ease traffic flow in the 8.89-kilometer General Luis-Kaybiga-Polo Novaliches Road, which runs from Quirino Highway in Quezon City to General MacArthur Highway in Valenzuela City.
  • Consists of upgrading the existing Plaridel Bypass Road by expanding the 2-lane carriageway national road to a 4-lane toll expressway. The expansion will be achieved through the construction of a two-lane road parallel to the existing bypass road and a dividing median. The Toll Road design includes construction of 114 bridges, 2 interchanges, 5 overpasses, 1 intersection and 3 toll plazas. The project includes the construction of two service roads, one each side along the Toll Road, along Brgy. Burol access to Angat River.
  • The project involves the design and construction of the 4.19-km eastern extension of the existing LRT Line 2 from the Santolan Station at Marcos Highway fronting SM Marikina, and terminating at Masinag Junction or the intersection of Marcos Highway and Sumulong Highway. The total length of LRT Line 2 will be approximately 16.75 km, upon completion of the project.
  • The project involves the acquisition of 52 light rail vehicles (LRVs), as well as the following required ancillary works to enable operating the MRT3 system at a 4-car train configuration: (a) upgrading of power supply; (b) upgrading of the civil works and depot; and (c) upgrading of depot facilities and signaling system.
  • The project aims to enhance functional efficiency of the LTO in the performance of its mandate and the delivery of its frontline services to the public through the use of information and communications technology. It involves building an IT network for LTO that can host and support its Front and Back Office Applications in order to computerize and automate its processes and services, develop its database information system and provide interconnection between and among LTO offices nationwide.
  • The project involves the construction of a common terminal for easy passenger transfer between and among Lines 1, 3, and 7 on a Design-and-Build basis.
  • The project involves the design and construction of the extension for the existing LRT Line 2, with a total length of approximately 3.02 km from the Recto station extending westward to Pier 4 area, including the turnback track. The completion of the project will provide a seamless connection and integration with other modes of mass transport such as the North-South Commuter Railway. In addition, the project will allow for the reduction of traffic congestion around the Tutuban and Divisoria area.
  • The project will finance short-listed, immediate high impact flood control interventions.
  • The project involves the construction of an 880.02 - m long, 4-lane vehicle underpass along the innemost lanes of Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue passing under the intersections at Makati Avenue and Paseo de Roxas. The underpass will include a 570-meter tunnel, a 140 meter approach road from the west toward Makati Avenue, and a 170.17 meter approach road from east toward Paseo de Roxas.
  • The project involves the following: -construction/ replacement of 66 temporary and weakened bridges with steel structures, covering an estimated total length of 4,845 lm; -replacement of existing bridges in very bad condition and construction of new bridges where there are no existing structures; and - includes bridges with span lengths ranging from 35 lm to 60 lm, which locations were identified to be oftentimes hit by typhoons and other adverse weather phenomena.
  • The project involves the construction/ replacement of 133 bridges covering fifteen (15) regions with a total length of 8,158.5 lm. The project would utilize pre-fabricated double lane modular steel bridges to be imported from the United Kingdom (UK).
  • The project aims to effectively utilize the country's existing natural road network by providing structurally sound permanent bridges to guarantee safety and ensure continuous road linkages and uninterrupted traffic flow to improve industrial, agricultural and social activities in the different provinces of the country.
  • The project aims to connect the business districts of Bonifacio Global City in Makati City and Ortigas Center in Pasig City. It also aims to address the worsening traffic congestion along EDSA and C-5 by providing an efficient alternative that enables access to said business districts. The Project has a total length of 2.44 kilometers.
  • The project involves the modernization of the DJFMH to a new 9-storey, 800-bed hospital. It aims to improve the maternal health outcomes in the country as well as help bridge the health infrastructure gap and attain health-related MDGs.
  • The project seeks to ensure the safety of the Angat Multipurpose Dam from the impacts of disaster and calamities, including earthquakes and typhoons, among others. It also aims to conduct rehabilitation works on the main dam and dike through the establishment of contingency measures and formulation of long-term strengthening and stabilization scheme. The recommended main dam and dike rehabilitation works will involve the following components: (a) main embankment slope flattening; (b) dike embankment slope flattening; (c) dike embankment fault buttressing; and (d) core raising for main dam and dike embankments.
  • Proposed to be located on a 500 hectare site in General Tinio, Nueva Ecija, within the military reservation of Fort Magsaysay, about 8 kilometers from the Gapan-Fort Magsaysay road. It involves the financing, construction and maintenance of a new prison facility through a PPP arrangement, which will have the capacity to accommodate 26,000 inmates with facilities for both men and women, ranging from minimum to maximum security. Custodial and rehabilitation services are excluded from the scope of the PPP agreement.
  • The Project involves: (a) improvement/reconstruction of 11 road sections (10 contract packages) along nine national roads with a total length of about 339.804 km under the Asset Preservation (AP) component; (b) conduct of Detailed Engineering Designs (DED) for AP and Road rehabilitation/improvement (RI) of 14 road sections; and, (c) Institutional Capacity Development (ICD) in support of DPWH’s mandate and development objectives.
  • DPWH requested project modifications: - Additional works and design modification of river wall improvement works along the Presidential Security Group (PSG) Linear Park. Additional works and modifications are in consideration of PSG’s security concerns; - Additional cost of PhP932.83 million; - Reallocation of loan proceeds amounting JP¥234,379,617 from the Consulting Service and Contingency Components to the Civil Works Component.
  • Involves (a) dredging and excavation of Porac-Gumain River; (b) diversion and channel training works along lower (downstream) Porac-Gumain in the municipality of Lubao; (c) raising of roads and bridges including the construction of new bridges; and (d) dredging of Pasac-Guagua and Dalan Bapor rivers.
  • The project is composed of two components: -Rehabilitation of Flood Control Facilities. For the flood control, repair works consist of restoration of embankments, slope protectio, bank protection, and other drainage facilities; and -Rehabilitation of National Roads and Bridges. For the roads and bridges, repair and rehabilitation of worls consist of immediate restoration of cut road sections, clearing of landslides, asphalt overlay of damaged carriageways, restororation of damages bridge structures and approaches, and installation of road signs and markers
  • Involves the construction and improvement of revetment, parapet wall and appuretenant drainage improvement works along the Pasig River, from Delpan Bridge up to the immediate vicinity of the Napindan Hydraulic Control Structure (NHCS).
  • Involves implementation of the structural (which is primarily river improvement in nature) and nonstructural measures. Non-Structural measures include Preparation/Update of flood hazard map, evacuation planning, Flood Forecasting and Warning System (FFWS), Community Based Flood Early Warning System (CBFEWS), etc.
  • The Plaridel Bypass is 24.61 km in length (14.65 km under the completed Phase I that used a separate loan, and 9.96 km under Phase II). The ARBP II involves Contract Packages III and IV of the Plaridel Bypass Road (BustosSan Rafael, Bulacan). It starts at the end of Package II at Sta. 047+400 and ends at Sta. 057+366 at the proposed intersection with the Pan-Philippine Highway. It also includes construction of four (4) new bridges, drainage facilities, slope stabilization works and furnishing of miscellaneous items.
  • It involves the construction of grade-separated interchanges in four areas, (1) EDSA-Roosevelt AvenueCongressional Avenue, (2) EDSA-North Avenue-West Avenue, (3) North Avenue-Mindanao Avenue, and (4) C5- Greenmeadows-Calle Industria-Eastwood.
  • It involves the replacement of Lambingan Bridge and Guadalupe Bridge. It includes Replacement of substructure with Reinforced Concrete (RC) abutments on 2.5m cast-in-place bored piles; Replacement of superstructure with 1-span 90m Steel Deck Lohse Arch Stiffening Box Girder; Improvement of a proach road and intersections for Lambingan Bridge. While the improvements for Guadalupe Bridge include Replacement of piers with RC piers on steel pipe sheet pile foundation (SPSP) and RC abutments on 2.5m cast-in-place bored piles; Replacement of superstructure with 125m, 3-span Steel Deck Box Girder; Improvement of approach road, etc.
  • The project involves the construction of a 30.7 km four-lane expressway from Tarlac City to Cabanatuan City. The project will be implemented in two phases: (i) Tarlac City to Cabanatuan City section; and (ii) Cabanatuan City to San Jose City section.
  • The proposed Davao City Bypass Project is divided into three sections, namely: South, Center and North sections. It has a total length of 44.58 kilometers which is composed of a road section of 37.17 kms; a tunnel section of 2.28 kms; and bridge sections with 5.13 kms. The project shall traverse twenty-five barangays in Davao City and extend to Barangay J.P. Laurel in Panabo City.
  • The project will complete the remaining 50.95 kilometers unpaved sections of the 116-kilometer Baler-Casiguran road. It involves the following: a) Construction of a two-lane PCC-paved road ( 50.95 km); b) Earthworks (cutting, filling, embanking); c) Construction of road drainage structures; d) Bridge construction (Aggregate length of about 3,135 meters); e) Land acquisition and compensation.
  • The Integrated Government Philippines (iGovPhil) program is an essential element in the implementation of the eGovernment Master Plan (eGMP), which aims to improve processes in government to provide better services to both citizens and businesses, as well as promote public participation
  • This Project aims to accelerate the government’s efforts in enhancing Internet accessibility for Filipinos to accelerate economic, social and educational opportunities and in reducing the growing Digital Divide under the overarching e-Filipino Program of the DOST ICT Office. This project is directly in line with the “Internet For All” thrust identified in the Philippine Digital Strategy 2011-2016.
  • The Technology for Education, Employment, Entrepreneurs, and Economic Development (Tech4ED) Project evolved from the Philippine Community eCenter Program, a national digital inclusion initiative establishing eCenters that provide critical e-government and ICT-enabled services in communities with minimal or no access to information and government services.