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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 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 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.
Sta. Monica-Lawton Bridge involves the construction of a 4-lane bridge across Pasig River and a 4-lane viaduct structure traversing Lawton Avenue onwards the entrance of Bonifacio Global City and the ramp before Kalayaan Avenue in the City of Makati. The total length of the projects is 961.427 l.m.
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.
The project is a 14.82 km. 6-lane elevated toll road and the last of three (3) stages of Metro Manila Skyway (MMS) System. It is intended to connect South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) at Alabang to Balintawak in Quezon City before North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) through Central Metro Manila Area by using predominantly median of Quirino, G. Araneta and A. Bonifacio road networks.
The CRS-ITP2 will involve the computerization of the civil registry operations of the PSA and is designed to collect, access, store, maintain and manage civil registry documents and the specimen signatures of all city and municipal registrars using imaging technology. The CRS-ITP2 will also include production of vital statistics and make the civil registry services available nationwide through the CRS outlets and other authorized partners. The CRS-ITP2 will also include the construction of a building that will house the servers of the information technology system.
The Project involves the construction of a new 82,600 m2 Passenger Terminal Building (PTB) of the CIA, with a design capacity of 8 million passengers per annum (MPPA). The Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Contract was signed on January 29, 2018.
The Taguig Integrated Terminal Exchange Project (ITX) (formerly South Terminal of the Integrated Transport System) 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.
Clark International Airport is located on the Clark Special Economic and Freeport Zone in Angeles City, Pampanga Province of Central Luzon Region. The government intends to develop and market Clark International Airport as a major gateway to Northern and Central Luzon and attract both airlines and passengers from its catchment area. The project involves the operations and maintenance of the existing and the proposed new passenger terminal buildings.
The project involves the financing, design, construction, operation & maintenance of the 23-kilometer elevated railway line with 14 stations from San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan to MRT 3 North Avenue in Quezon City and the 22-kilometer asphalt road from Bocaue Interchange of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) to the intermodal terminal in Tala. The road component will divert northern provincial buses operation to San Jose Del Monte, thereby decongesting EDSA.
An 8 – kilometer all elevated 4-lane toll expressway extending the NLEX southward from the end of Segment 10 in C3 Road Caloocan City to PUP Sta. Mesa, Manila and connecting to the Skyway Stage 3, and mostly traversing the PNR rail track. The project includes two (2) interchanges located at C3 Road/5th Avenue, Caloocan and España, Manila.
The project involves the upgrade of existing IT infrastructure of the Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB), including: (a) computerization of its manual processes; (b) development of an online database of franchise information; (c) data migration; and (d) procurement, installation, operations and management of IT hardware equipment, software and network development.
The Municipality of Baggao intends to provide a Level 3 water supply to its 24 barangays.
The San Ramon Newport Project aims to improve the competitiveness of the Zamboanga City Special Economic Zone and Freeport (ZamboEcozone) and fulfill its vision of becoming a world-class economic zone that will link resources, markets, and other logistical activities that can contribute to the economic development of Zamboanga City and Mindanao. It will entail construction, operation and maintenance (O&M) of a world-class seaport to be located within the First Industrial Park of ZamboEcozone.
The Cebu BRT Project aims to provide improved mobility for people in Cebu City and provide safer and environment friendly mode of travel. It will offer a more efficient travel in and around Cebu City through a viable and sustainable BRT system. A revitalized urban area along the BRT corridor is also expected. The Cebu BRT Project will establish and implement a BRT system over a 23-kilometer corridor that traverses through Cebu City’s central business district (CBD), from Bulacao in the South West and Talamban in the North East.
The Duty Free Philippines Retail Development Project aims to expand Duty Free Philippines’ operations to international benchmarks in terms of service and profitability, consistent with its goal of improving tourism through better services for tourists and returning Filipino travelers, and increased revenues for the government. It would entail operations and maintenance of sourcing and purchasing of goods, logistics, store design, merchandising, and operations.
The BGC Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) covers the line starting from HYATT Station ending in Mckinley, running through roads like 36th St, 7th Ave, Rizal Drive, 28th St, 7th Ave, and Mckinley, and down line from Mckinley to Up Town Station running through roads like Mckinley, 9th Ave and 38th St. The planned BRT system will make use of a dedicated lane, buses with large traffic volume, suitable stations and will employ intelligent transportation system.
The One DTI Building Complex is envisioned to accomodate all major functional groups, bureaus, attached agencies and corporations of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) currently operating in different buildings within the National Capital Region. Equipped with modern facilities and smart building design, the vision is to facilitate seamless transactions for all DTI clients, either domestic or foreign investors, by having all programs and frontline services of different fucntional groups and bureaus under one roof.
The project is a 4-lane extension of CLLEX Phase I and connects Cabanatuan City and San Jose City passing through the municipalities of Talavera and Llanera in Nueva Ecija of about 35.70 km. in road length that will provide a free-flowing alternative route and decongest traffic along the Pan Philippine Highway (PPH) between said cities of Nueva Ecija and town of Plaridel in Bulacan Province.
The project involves the development of the planned Philippine General Hospital in UP Diliman, which will include a multi-storey tertiary care hospital, medical research center, ancillary facilities, and commercial areas. The project is designed to be implemented as a Hybrid project, such that the design and construction will be funded via government budget and procured via RA9184, while the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) component will be bid out to the private sector via PPP.
The project covers collection, segregation, recovery, treatment, recycling and incineration of solid waste
The project is envisioned to be a modern shopping center that has a distinctive section for Muslim products including ‘halal’ food, a modern fish and seafood section together with a fruit and vegetable section, entertainment facilities for the whole family (e.g children’s amusement area, bowling alley,billboard hall, etc), dry goods section, restaurant (air-conditioned and al fresco), community events area and sufficient off-street parking.
The proposed project aims to extend the economic life of AU-4 and AU-5 by another 30-years and also enable MWSS to earn additional revenue through the concession payments to be made by private proponent. The proposed project involves the rehabilitation and modernization (R&M) of AU-4 and AU-5.
The project involves the design, financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of a biodegradable source separated waste treatment and residual combustible waste treatment facility capable of processing up to 3,000 metric tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) per day and generating 36 MWe (Net).
The Project involves the rehabilitation of the existing Kalibo Slaughterhouse, and the operation and maintenance of the Kalibo Meat Plant for a period of Twenty-Eight (28) years.
The project is an unsolicited proposal submitted by the MetroPac Water Investments Corporation for a bulk water supply in the 1st, 3rd and 4th Districts of the Province of Pampanga.
The project is an unsolicited proposal submitted by Manila Water Company, Inc. for a bulk water supply in the 2nd District of the Province of Pampanga.
The project involves financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of the new Panabo Town Center. The project aims to develop a modern, aesthetic, well-built, clean, convenient, energy efficient, climate change resilient, and culturally adaptive, commercial town center with integrated commercial retail space components.
The project involves the construction and operation & maintenance of a new modern airport in Bulacan with a design capacity of 200 million passengers per year, consisting of 4 runways and all aviation related facilities.
The project involves the financing, design, construction, and O&M of a mostly elevated 9.4-kilometer railway line from Diliman, Quezon City to Lerma, Manila including provision of interconnecting facilities with neighboring rail systems.
The project involves the construction and operations of a City Flood Barrier that will protect about 250,000 people in Navotas City from storm surges and wave attacks; Expressway which connects Bataan with Metro Manila through the northern part of Manila Bay and offers the prospective of enhanced interconnectivity of several regions in Bulacan, Pampanga and Bataan with Metro Manila; Coastal Sea Barrier that reduces the impact of typhoon waves and surges in the northern coastal zone of Manila Bay.
The project involves the financing, design, construction, preservation and development works within the Laguna Lake, as a flood mitigation measure for the areas surrounding Laguna de Bay. The development and preservation works include the construction of a six-lane, 46.6km. toll road on a viaduct structure to be located 100 meters from the western shoreline of Laguna Lake, and a reclamation and development of 2,000 ha. of land within the jurisdiction of Taguig City.
The project involves the development of an integrated IT-Software Solution that aims to: (i) increase tax collection and revenue of the Local Government Unit; (ii) comply with the National Government’s initiative to cut Red Tape and processing time; (iii) simplify and optimize operations of the revenue generating units and offices of the LGU; and (iv) provide real-time reports and dashboard on the financial status of the LGU-Naga City.
The project involves the design, engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of a 1.873-km, monorail system connecting Fort Bonifacio and EDSA Guadalupe.
The project involves the design, building, operating and maintaining the approximately 22.5 kilometer mostly elevated Light Railway Transit (LRT) System consisting of sixteen (16) stations along circumferential road C-5 connecting the Ninoy Aquino Terminal Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 to Quezon City, terminating at Commonwealth Avenue with possible interchange with MRT7 at Tandang Sora Station and LRT Line 2 at Aurora Station. Trains will be stabled at the depot to be built at the UP property in Diliman, Quezon City.
The project involves the construction, operation and maintenance of an approximately 23.5 km. Light Rail Transit System, consisting of nine (9) stations that will extend the LRT-1 Extension Project from Niog in Bacoor to Governor’s Drive in Dasmarinas traversing Bacoor, Imus and Dasmarinas Cities, all in the Province of Cavite.
The project involves the financing, construction, operations and maintenance of a 13-km elevated rail line with sixteen (16) stations, starting at Bangkal and terminating at SM Lanang. The straddle-type monorail technology is proposed for the Project.
The project involves the operations and maintenance (O&M) and capacity augmentation/expansion and enhancement of facilities of the New Bohol Airport with a concession period of 35 years in order to meet and maintain applicable standards in a phased implementation.
The project involves the development, operation and management of the Davao International Airport. The scope includes undertaking the operation, management and maintenance of all existing and project assets within the boundary of the subject airport, and all necessary development works (construction, rehabilitation, improvement, betterment, expansion, modernization) needed to meet the projected demand for the airport services within the concession period.
The project involves the operation and maintenance of the current airport facility and implementing a facility upgrade of the airport including systems and construction of the terminal building.
The project involves the construction of an approximately 18 kilometers Metro Railway Transit System (MRTS) of elevated structure starting from Epifanio Delos Santos Avenue (EDSA), Balintawak in Quezon City traversing along Quirino Highway, Novaliches and Zabarte Road in North Caloocan City up to Barangay Gaya-gaya in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. A passenger transfer facility shall be provided proximate to the EDSA-Balintawak station of LRT Line 1 and the MRT 11 Balintawak station.
An unsolicited proposal submitted by the NAIA Consortium for a comprehensive upgrade, rehabilitation and expansion of NAIA by improving and expanding the terminals in the current NAIA land area and developing additional runway, taxiways and passenger terminals.
The 23.5 km Extended LRT-6 Unsolicited Proposal was proposed by Prime Asset Ventures Inc. (PAVI) to undertake the design, financing, construction, O&M of the Project. Under the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) scheme, the Project is proposed to be situated along Sucat (Phase-1) and Las Pinas (Phase-2). The Extended Line-6 B&C will connect to PAVI’s LRT-6 (Niog-Governor’s Drive) to complete the Metro Southern loop and decongest the Sucat/Alabang-Zapote traffic corridors.
The Project will involve the development of the existing Davao Sasa Port in Davao City into a modern, international-standard container terminal that will improve trade access to Mindanao and the Philippines by providing a dedicated containerized port in the region. This will in turn support the region’s growing agro-industrial sector, spurring economic growth in Mindanao.
The Project involves the rehabilitation, operation, and maintenance of the General Santos Port.
The project aims to add to the current Cebu International Port twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) container yard capacity of 7,373 TEUs to 14,400 TEUs. The new international port shall be built on a 25 ha. reclaimed land (Barangay Tayud, Municipality of Consolacion, Cebu), with 500 m berth length to accommodate two 2,000 TEU vessels; 4 quay cranes and superstructures (operation building, gate complex, weigh bridge, maintenance factory; and 1,450 m inland access road and 300 m offshore bridge.
The Subic-Clark Railway Project is a component of the PNR Luzon System Development Framework providing initial freight service between the Subic Bay Freeport Zone and the Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, linking Subic Port with Clark International Airport and other major economic hubs in Central Luzon, especially New Clark City, and forming an integrated logistics hub for the development of Central Luzon as a new growth center to decongest Metro Manila.
The project involves the construction of various flood management infrastructures such as dikes/revetments and flood gates, and conducting channel dredging among others.
Involves the construction of a 438.1 m (of which, main bridge: 125 m), 2-lane (with 3m sidewalks), 2-span Prestressed Concrete Extradosed Bridge to connect Villegas side (at A. Villegas Street) and Palanca side (at Carlo Palanca Street). The proposed bridge will be between Quezon Bridge and Ayala Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 637 m (of which, main bridge: 165 m), 2-lane (with 3m sidewalks), 3-span Prestressed Concrete Box Girder Bridge to connect Beata side (at Beata Street and Padre Jacinto Zamora Street) and Manalo side (at Felix Manalo Street). The proposed bridge will be between Pandacan Bridge and Lambingan Bridge
Involves the construction of a 364 m (of which, main bridge: 87 m), 2-lane Nielsen Arch Bridge to connect Makati side (at Antipolo Street) and Mandaluyong side (at Coronado Street). The proposed bridge will be between Lambingan Bridge and Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 414.9 m (of which, main bridge: 105 m), 4-lane (2-lanes per direction with 3m sidewalks), 2-span Prestressed Concrete Extradosed Bridge to connect Marikina side (at Kabayani road) and Vista Real side (at Stockholm and Delhi Streets). The proposed bridge will be between Tumana Bridge and Batasan-San Mateo Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 594.2 m (of which, main bridge: 100 m), 2-lane (with 3m sidewalks) SteelNielsen Arch Bridge to connect J.P. Rizal Street and Lopez Jaena Street in Marikina City. The proposed bridge will be between Tumana Bridge and Marikina Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 2,178.2 m (of which, main bridge: 150 m), 2-lane (with 3m sidewalks) Prestressed Concrete Extradosed Bridge to connect J.P. Rizal Street and A. Bonifacio Avenue in Marikina City. The proposed bridge will be between Marikina Bridge and Marcos Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 527.8 m (of which, main bridge: 77 m), 2-lane (Evangelista side with 3m sidewalks) Prestressed Concrete Extradosed Bridge to connect Quezon City side (at Mercury Avenue) and Pasig City side (at Evangelista Street). The proposed bridge will be between Diosdado Macapagal Bridge and Caruncho Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 200 m (of which, main bridge: 100 m), 2-lane (with 3m sidewalks) Steel Nielsen Arch Bridge to connect Eastbank Dike Road and Westbank Dike Road in Pasig City. The proposed bridge will be between Ortigas Extension Bridge and Legaspi Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 929.8 m (of which, main bridge: 254.5 m), 4-lane (2-lanes per direction with 3m sidewalks), 3-span Steel Lohse Arch Bridge to connect Eastbank Dike Road and Westbank Dike Road in Cainta, Rizal. The proposed bridge will be between Legaspi Bridge and Barkadahan Bridge.
Involves the construction of a 2,026 m (of which, main bridge: 300 m), 4-lane (2-lanes per direction with 3m sidewalks), 3-span Prestressed Concrete Cable Stayed Bridge to connect North Harbor and South Harbor side over Pasig River with approach bridges overcrossing the roads adjacent to both banks at PAROLA (Barangay 20) and BASECO (Barangay 649) areas. The proposed bridge is parallel to the Roxas Jr. Bridge.
Construction of a 50.7-km extension of the PNR North 1 from Malolos, Bulacan to Clark International Airport (CIA). Phase 2 will include an extension to New Clark City, Pampanga.
Construction of a 56.5-km of electrified, double-track, standard-gauge, elevated rail system from Manila to Calamba, Laguna.
Construction of a 25.3-km underground rail from Quezon City to Taguig, with an extension to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
Construction of a 4-lane, 725-l.m. deck connecting Intramuros (at Solana Street and Riverside Drive) and Binondo (San Fernando Street) through a new Steel Bowstring Arch Bridge (90 lm) and viaduct
Replacement of existing 2-lane bridge with 4-lane bridge (143.2 lm) and approach connecting Rockwell Center, Makati City and Barangka Ibaba, Mandaluyong City for a total length of 358 lm
Construction of a bridge with will have a total length of 3.77 km, consisting of 0.32 km 2-lane main bridge (extra dosed), Pre-stressed Concrete (PSC) Beam approach bridge, with length of 2.04 km and 1.4 km 2- lanes for approach road. The project will be located across Panguil Bay between Tangub City, Misamis Occidental and Tubod, Lanao del Norte
The project covers the installation of electric motordriven pumps, the construction of pumping station and appurtenant structures, and the construction of irrigation canals, facilities, and other appurtenant structures. The project will irrigate around 8,700 hectares, benefitting about 4,350 farmers, thereby serving 21 barangays from Tuao and Piat in Cagayan, and Pinukpuk in Kalinga
Ongoing irrigation project located in North Cotabato and the Maguidanao area. The project will divert irrigation water from Maridagao River to deliver timely and adequate irrigation water to 9,784 hectares of agricultural lands.
Construction of a 639-km, which will traverse the following sites: (a) Manila, (b) Los Baños, Laguna (c) Lucena, Quezon (d) Gumaca, Quezon, (e) Naga, Camarines Sur, (f) Legaspi, Albay, (g) Sorsogon City, Sorsogon, (h) Matnog, Sorsogon, and (i) Batangas City, Batangas.
New configuration of the LRT Line 1 North Extension Project - Common Station/Unified Grand Central Station Project, which includes a total concourse area of 13,700 square meters connecting the LRT Line 1 North Extension, MRT 3, MRT 7 on the corner of North Avenue and EDSA
The project involves the provision of additional facilities and other necessary improvements to enhance safety, security, access, passenger and cargo movement efficiency at the airport, excluding Air Traffic Control, Air Navigation and associated services.
The upgrade, expansion, operations, and maintenance of New Bohol International Airport (Panglao) is to be undertaken by the Proponent by virtue of a Concessionaire Agreement with a Concession Period of Twenty-five (35) years.
Improvement of the existing Bacolod-Silay International Airport such as expansion/improvement of the existing Terminal Building, expansion of apron, and improvement of existing airport facilities to support safe aircraft operations, increase in traffic demand, and capacity expansion.
Improvement of the existing Laguindingan Airport such as expansion/improvement of the existing Terminal Building, expansion of apron, and improvement of existing airport facilities to support safe aircraft operations, increase in traffic demand, and capacity expansion.
Construction of 102-km, non-electrified, single-track rail running through Digos, Davao City and Tagum in Region 11.
Construction and improvement of flood mitigation structures covering 151.50 sq. km within the San Juan River Basin and Maalimango Drainage Area in Cavite.
The New Centennial Water Source-Kaliwa Dam Project (NCWS-KDP)an integrated system that includes the 600 million liters per day (MLD) Kaliwa Dam, its intake and other appurtenant facilities, and a 2,400 MLD capacity raw water conveyance tunnel.
Provision of 12.3-km of BRT infrastructure and stations from Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City to the Manila City Hall
Construction of dedicated lanes with busways, depots, and as much as 63 stations/terminals. These lanes include one lane per direction between stations, and two lanes per direction at stations.
The project includes the improvement and/or construction of roads and bridges, namely: (i) Matanog-Barira-Alamada-Libungan Road; (ii) ParangBalabagan Road; (iii) Tapian-Lebak Coastal Road; (iv) Marawi City Ring Road; (v) Parang East Diversion Road; (vi) Manuangan-Parang Road; and (vii) Marawi Transcentral Road
Regional Fish Port Project for Greater Capital Region (Upgrading / Rehabilitation of Navotas Fish Port Complex)
Rehabilitation of Agus I, Agus II, Agus IV, Agus V, Agus VI (except units 1 and 2), Agus VII and Pulangi IV Hydroelectric power plants.
The project will extend the MRP line to Butuan by a length of 206.20. The whole alignment or the ButuanNabunturan-Davao Corridor extended to Digos will have a total of 308.48 kms.
Construction of a 521.52-km railway completing the loop of the MRP system, i.e., MRP-1.
Construction of a 6-lane road with a total length of 5.7- km (considering the Alignment Alternative 4) from N. Domingo St in San Juan to Ayala/Buendia, traversing Pasig and San Juan Rivers along the riverbanks
Construction of a 91.20-km, 4-lane expressway which consists of Phase I and Phase II, and will form an important transport access in the eastern area of Region III. NLEX East starts from the end point of LaMesa Parkway and/or junction of C-6 in San Jose del Monte via Norzagaray, Angat, San Ildefonso, San Miguel, Gapan, and Sta. Rosa in parallel with the Pan Philippine Highway up to Cabanatuan.
Construction of a 38-km highway that covers five (5) municipalities and fifteen (15) barangays. This highway will serve as a vital link in the local road network and provide a high quality connection between the business and tourism districts
Construction of a 15.20-km expressway envisaged to serve through traffic going to southern and eastern municipalities of the Province.
Construction of a 10.7-km, 2-lane Tourism Friendship Bridge with Tourism Complex Midway, connecting San Andres, Catanduanes to Caramoan Peninsula, Camarines Sur
Construction of 5.7-km Panay-Guimaras bridge and 12.3-km Guimaras-Negros inter-island linkages connecting these islands.
Construction of 1.0-km Bohol-Lapinig Island bridge and 18.0- km Lapinig Island-Leyte bridge for interregional connectivity and to enhance mobility and transport of goods and people between Bohol and Leyte.
Construction of a 5.5-km bridge which aims to enhance mobility and flow of goods and services; prioritize and Operationalize new direct links to the Island of Negros and Cebu; to support the increasing growth of tourism and agro-industry and further integrate regional economy
Construction of a 24.5-km bridge that will link Cebu and Bohol. Project objective is Regional Connectivity and mobility enhancement and transport of goods and people between Bohol and Cebu.
Construction of a 60-km expressway from BukidnonDavao National Highway in Davao City to DigosSultan Kudarat Road, traversing the town of Toril and Santa Cruz and will serve as an alternative route for the Davao-Cotabato National Highway (AH26).
Construction of a 60-km bypass road consisting of roads, bridges, and tunnel that connects the provinces of Nueva Ecija in Region II and Nueva Vizcaya in Region II.
Construction of a 180-km expressway from Pagbilao, Quezon to the existing Maharlika Highway in San Fernando, Camarines Sur.
Construction of an 18.2-km bridge to connect the Samar to the main island of Luzon (Allen-Matnog).
Construction of a 20-km bridge to connect the Leyte-Mindanao Island via Underwater Tunnel Bridge or a Long-Span Overhead Bridge.
Construction of additional aqueduct to serve as replacement to the existing Aqueducts 1 and 2 whose functionality have diminished due to age and dilapidation.
Construction of a dam downstream of the Ipo Dam and upstream of the Bustos Dam primarily to serve as catchment for spillage from Angat Dam and mitigate flooding within the area.
Construction of a 126.41 meter-high storage dam across the Palsiguan River in the municipality of Lagayan, province of Abra.
Envisioned Project components include: two (2) Multipurpose Storage Dams, Five (5) diversion dams, Transbasin Tunnel, Hydroelectric Powerplant, and Irrigation and Drainage Facilities.
The project involves construction of reservoir dam and irrigation facilities in Matanao, Davao del Sur.
The project will put up a flood protection system in the plains of Baloi, Lanao del Norte to prevent the overflowing of Agus River and save the agricultural areas from inundation.
Construction of an 81.6 meter central core zoned type of rock and earth fill storage dam across the Tumauini River in Barangay Antagan, Tumauini, Isabela, afterbay dam, new irrigation facilities, as well as improvement/upgrading of existing ones, institutional development, and watershed management.
PRBIDP is located in the north-eastern part of Panay Island in the Western Visayas, Region VI.
Construction of an 89 meter center clay core rockfill dam, spillway, 12km transbasin tunnel, power plant with installed capacity of 180MW, and irrigation and drainage facilities.
Establishment of a 10.9-kilometer (km) dedicated BRT line from BGC in Taguig City to NAIA Terminal 1.
Capacity restoration of derated 25MW hydroelectric power plant unit to 50MW capacity
The proposed project involves the construction of a 15 kilometer Super Bridge, two (2) or four (4) lanes with an optional pedestrian/bicycle lane, which will link Mindoro Island to the Province of Batangas.
The rehabilitation and development of the port is divided into two major components. The rehabilitation and upgrading of the existing facilities, including the extension of the existing pier shall be undertaken by the private sector while the construction of the 250-meter breakwater shall be chargeable to CEZA equity.
The project aims to upgrade airport facility in terms of increased capacity and improvement of safety and security facilities as prescribed in ICAO SARPS. The project involves the phased development of Caticlan Airport
The Bakun Hydroelectric Power Project is a 70 MW run-of-river development located in the southern part of the Central Cordillera Mountains along the major tributary of Amburayan River. It involves the construction of the Access Road and the financing, design, construction, erection, testing, commissioning, operation and maintenance of the Power Station.
The Project is a smart card and biometric based identification of alien residents. It involves the automation of the registration and issuance of various documentations to aliens, endorsement and various reports to BI officials and provides an accurate and tamper resistant identification system.
The Operator will finance, design, build, rehabilitate, upgrade, expand, commission, test, operate, maintain and manage the CBK Complex and transfer the same to NPC at the end of the cooperation period.
The project involves the construction of a 26.27-kilometer, 6.50 meter diameter transbasin tunnel traversing Caraballo Mountains with a capacity of 80 m3/s capable of diverting at least 800 million m3 of water/year to the Pantabangan Reservoir. It also involves the construction of two (2) diversion weirs in Casecnan and Taan Rivers in Nueva Vizcaya including 80.46-kilometer access roads that connect to local municipal and provincial road networks.
The project involves the grant of rights to the Company by the CDC of the following: 1) Financing, design and construction of the new Facilities; 2) Manage, exclusively possess, occupy, operates, repair, maintain, decommission and refurbish the Existing Facilities and manage, own, operate, repair, maintain, decommission and refurbish the new Facilities; 3) Treat Raw Water and waste water in CSEZ; 4) Provide and manage the service; 5) Bill and collect payment from the customers for the services; 6) Extract raw water.
The 1200 MW Ilijan Natural Gas Combined Cycle Power Plant, is a flagship project of the Philippine Government that will utilize natural gas from the Camago-Malampaya fields in Palawan. It is intended to meet the evergrowing baseland power demands of the country.
The Project involves the design, development, construction of the computerized land titling system and all interfacing sub-systems, conversion/creation/build-up of the land database, networking infrastructure of all LRA offices to provide seamless data/information exchange, supply/delivery/commissioning of all IT Resources requirement in open client-server platform, provision of IT services such as business process re-engineering and project management and financing.
The MRT 3 Project encompasses the design, construction, furnishing and equipping, testing and commissioning, and training of operations and maintenance personnel as necessary to operate Phase 1 of the EDSA Light Rail System. Phase 1 starts at the intersection of North Avenue and EDSA in Quezon City including the depot and depot access tracks and then proceeds generally along the median of EDSA continuously for approximately 17 kilometers to Taft Avenue in Pasay City.
The project involves the rehabilitation, expansion, operation, and maintenance of the existing 84 kilometer NLEX that connects Metro Manila and Central Luzon.
An elevated expressway to be constructed along existing major road that will link the South Luzon Expressway and the North Luzon Expressway from Alabang, Muntinlupa to Balintawak, Caloocan City through the mid-western corridor of Metro Manila with a total length of 35 kms., more or less. When completed, it will be an alternative to EDSA as a major expressway that will link the northern and southern regions of Luzon.
The project involves site survey and investigation, design and development, equipment supply, construction, completion, testing, commissioning of a 200MW Coal Fired Thermal Power Plant. It also includes the construction of access roads, the ash disposal sites, the pipelines and the transmission line. The project is located in Phividec Estate, Villanueva, Misamis Oriental.
The project involves the grant to the Concessionaire the sole right to manage, operate, repair, decommission and refurbish the Facilities in Service Area, including the right to bill and collect for water and sewerage services supplied in the service area.
The project involves construction of adequate housing units for affected temporary dweller families along the PNR Right-of-Way (ROW) in Metro Manila as well as an elevated tollway utilizing the airspace above the ROW.
The project calls for the design, supply, delivery, installation/erection, and operation, including civil works, testing and commissioning, of a 700 MW Coal-Fired Thermal Power Station consisting of 2 X 350 MW generating units.
Financing, Development, Rehabilitation, Expansion, Improvement, Operation and Maintenance of the Water Supply System of the Cabanatuan City Water District
The project includes a below ground powerhouse with three (3) 115-megawatt turbine-generators and a nearly six-mile-long 230-kilowatt transmission line. Other facilities of the project include a concrete chute spillway to handle excess water, a power tunnel/penstock for routing water from the reservoir to the power plant and an electrical substation. In addition to the dam’s production of non-polluting hydroelectric power, its five-square-mile reservoir serves as a settling basin that will entrap sediment above the dam, thus improving water quality below the dam.
The South Luzon Tollway Extension Project consist of the rehabilitation and expansion of the existing toll road from Alabang to Calamba (28.53 km.) and the construction of the extension of the SLEX to Sto. Tomas, Batangas (5.81 km.) with the associated spur to the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (1.79 km.).
The project involves the financing, design, construction, operation and maintenance of all the activities of the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road to spur the economic growth and development of the Southern Tagalog Region.
The project involves the design, supply, delivery, installation, erection and operation including civil works, testing and commissioning of a 1000 MW Coal-Fired Thermal Power Station consisting of 2 x 500 MW generating units.
The project involves establishing and operating a company engaged in the provision of water and sewerage services and in the establishment, operation and maintenance of water and sewerage facilities and systems in the Subic Special Economic and Free Port Zone consisting of the City of Olongapo and the Municipality of Subic, Province of Zambales and the lands by the Subic Naval Base and its contiguous extension.
The project involves the design, financing, construction, operation and maintenance by the private sector of an 89.31 km expressway from Tarlac City, Tarlac to Rosario, La Union.
The project involves the design, supply, delivery, installation/erection including civil works, testing and commissioning of a diesel generating power station, in order to address the urgent need to meet the power supply deficiencies in the Mindanao Grid during the project’s implementation
The Ambuklao Hydro Electric Power Plant (AHEP), located in Ambuklao, Bokod, Benguet was constructed in July 1950 and commissioned in December 1956. It has a capacity of 75 MW consisting of three units of 25 MW each and a high rockfill dam that lies along the Agno River. In 1990, AHEP was damaged by an earthquake and repeated aftershocks. NPC deemed it necessary that the plant undergo rehabilitation and repair to restore its operation.
The project involves the development, design, construction, equipping, financing, completion, testing and commissioning, operation and maintenance of a bunker- fired land-based diesel generating power Plant with a Dependable Capacity of 58 MW.
FPPC/BPPC was contracted to finance, build and operate a 215- megawatt base load generating plant under a Fast-track Build Operate Transfer (BOT) arrangement with the government. BPPC will operate and maintain the power plant complex for a period of 15 years up to July 2010. Under the BOT Agreement, NPC shall supply the fuel for energy conversion and purchase all electricity generated there from.
The project involves the generation of electric power and sells it to National Power Corporation (NPC) at the point of delivery in the Ampohaw Mini-Hydro Power Plant. The project’s objective is to provide instant energy to the Luzon grid as a result of low power supply level during the early 1990’s. It also aims to support the optimization of indigenous energy in the country.
The 100MW Binga Hydroelectric Project involves a rehabilitation program for the plant which includes reservoir dredging, construction of check and Sabo dams, undertaking soil conservation and reforestation works, and construction of sluice tunnel as permanent solution to siltation problem. The project also covers the design, rehabilitation, construction, supply, testing, operation and maintenance of power facilities for a pre-determined period of time.
The Project includes applications development, supply of necessary hardware and software, and connectivity among PhilPost offices. It will cover the design, development, customization, enhancement, installation, rollout, operation and turnover of postal applications and business systems for PhilPost.
The project involves the design, development, construction, equipping, completion, testing, commissioning and operation of a diesel generating bunker-fired Power Station.
The Project includes the design, development, construction, completion, testing and commissioning of three (3) brand-new 3×30 Diesel Engine Power Barges, including the onshore switchyard and all extra work necessary to make the power barges fully operational, such as fuel receiving and storage facilities, mooring facilities and other site development works.
The project involves the design, development, financing, construction, completion, testing and commissioning of the Power plant, including the transmission line and switchyard, fuel receiving and storage facilities and other site development works. It also includes the supply, installation and testing of the additional substation equipment needed for the interconnection of the Rosario substation.
Automation of the issuance of certified copies, certifications and authentication of civil registry documents; and the issuance of Birth Registry Number(BreNs) and establishment of a nationwide network to expand provisions of services.
The project involves repair, rehabilitation, operation and maintenance of the complete power generating facilities within the enclosed fenced Power Plant Area designated as Electric Power Generating Plant D, five fuel storage tank and one water storage tank, and all other related structures, tools and supplies located in Clark Air Base with a rated combined capacity of 50 MW.
Enhance public service through the generation of a much faster online transaction processing of applications for drivers’ licenses, motor vehicle registrations, franchises of public utility vehicles and revenue collection.
The project involves the design, supply, installation/erection, delivery to mooring site, testing, commissioning and operation of a Power Barge.
The project involves the financing, design, construction, erection, testing, commissioning, operation and maintenance of a bunker-C fired diesel generating power station with Black Start Capability and the Transmission Line Facilities.
The project involves the design, development, construction, testing, commissioning, operation, maintenance of, and the necessary maintenance for, the 40 MW Power Station with Black Start Capability.
The Operator shall be responsible for the finance, design, supply, construction, testing and operation of an approximately 200 MW gross geothermal Power Plant, to be installed on the Site, whose net generation shall be delivered to NPC on behalf of PNOC-EDC during the Cooperation period.
The Operator shall be responsible for the finance, design, supply, construction, testing and operation of an approximately 440 MW geothermal Power Plant, to be installed on the Site, whose net generation shall be delivered to NPC on behalf of PNOC-EDC during the Cooperation period.
The project involves the design, supply, construction, financing, testing and operation of 200 MW power plants which utilize geothermal in the Greater Tongonan area of Leyte, comprising the Upper Mahiao and Malitbog sectors.
The project involves the engineering, supply, installation, and construction, testing and commissioning of full turnkey basis of a 300 MW combined Cycle Power Plant.
The project involves the engineering, supply, installation, construction, testing and commissioning on full turnkey basis of a 300 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant.
The project involves the operation, maintenance and repair of the Power Station, including the conversion of the heat energy of the Brine into electricity and the delivery of such electricity to NPC.
The project located in Brgy. Malaya, Pililla, Rizal, involves rehabilitation of the existing power generating units in the power complex, extend the effective life of the equipment thereon, and make the power complex more responsive and effective in dealing with day-to-day operation.
The project covers the design, manufacture, supply, delivery to site, construction, installation/erection testing and commissioning in full turnkey and the second operation and maintenance of two (2) x 100 MW Power Barges for the purpose of converting fuel delivered by NPC into electricity.
The project involves the financing, design, manufacturing, supply, delivery, installation/erection, operation and maintenance, including civil works, testing and commissioning of an approximately 47 MW net Geothermal Power Plant in Mt. Apo.
The project involves the financing, design, supply, construction, testing, commissioning, operation, maintenance and repair of an approximately 48.25 MW net Geothermal Power Plant in Mt. Apo.
The project covers the rehabilitation, operation, maintenance and management of the power complex through Rehabilitate-Operate-Maintain (ROM).
The project covers the design, development, construction, completion, testing and commissioning of the Power Barge including the switchyard fuel receiving and storage facilities, and all extra works.
The project involves the repair, operation and maintenance of an existing diesel generating facility owned by Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA). The project also provides that the Private Proponent shall assess the reliability and conduct necessary repairs in order that the power plant can provide the much needed electricity.
The project involves the design, supply, delivery, installation/erection including civil works, testing and commissioning of a bunker-fired diesel generating power station.
The Cebu grid experienced power shortages and the need to resolve the recurring brownouts in 1990 became a primary concern of NPC. Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corporation had an existing power generating facility to provide the power requirements of its mining operations.
The project involves the financing, design, construction, erection, testing, commissioning, operation and maintenance of a bunker-C fired diesel generating power station and the Transmission Line Facilities.
Establishment of a new public market at a different location in Cauayan City in order to promote economic growth on other parts of the city and decongest the city center of Cauayan City. The project involves the construction, development, operation and management of the proposed mega market.
The project involves the financing, construction and commissioning of a Sewerage Collection System and Waste Water Treatment Facility located in Barangay Sabang, Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro. The contractual arrangement for the project is Build-Transfer scheme under the BOT Law.
The project entails the upgrading and modernization/ redevelopment of the existing Tanauan City Public Market located at Poblacion Barangay 7, Tanauan City, Batangas.
The Project will serve as the new Provincial Governor’s Office including other provincial government offices. The development will include a business process outsourcing, commercial areas, hotel, among others.
An unsolicited proposal to Cebu City and Municipality of Cordova for the formation of a Joint Venture for the financing, design, construction, implementation, operation and maintenance of an 8.25 km toll road to be known as the Cebu-Cordova Bridge including the construction of the connections to Cebu City and Cordova, the main bridge structure, viaduct, causeway and roadway, to be undertaken and implemented by a joint venture company to be formed by the Parties.
The project involves the construction of a bulk water supply to augment the supply of water, expand services to other barangays, and to avoid depletion and preserve the aquifer by utilizing as source the ground water. Moreover, the project also aims to improve water quality, provide round the clock water supply, and achieve ideal water pressure.
The project involves the installation of a 20MVA substation, the upgrading of primary and secondary equipment distribution transformers and line protection equipment, the replacement of rotten poles, and the purchase of metering, transportation and communication tools and equipment.
The project involves the financing, rehabilitation, ownership, operation, maintenance and management of the Bohol Provincial Waterworks Systems.
The project involves the rehabilitation of the existing Butuan City Slaughterhouse and Livestock Auction Market, in order to comply with the standards and procedures of the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS), provide quality meat products and promote the health and safety of the local consumers.
Develop, operate and maintain the new and existing facilities that would increase the capability of the Water District to supply its customers potable treated water from surface raw water of Taguibo River.
The project involves the financing, development, rehabilitation, expansion, improvement, Operation and maintenance of the Water Supply System of the Cabanatuan City Water District
The project involves the construction of a two-storey building which will provide an integrated private wet market and supermarket.
The project involves the redevelopment of the existing Parola Terminal into a modern terminal complex with an air-conditioned terminal lobby, ticketing area, canopied loading arcades, public toilets, and designated parking areas and drop-off points. The terminal is adjacent to a public park and a shopping mall that serves the needs of at least 3,500 daily passengers between Iloilo City and Guimaras Province.
The project covers financing, development, rehabilitation, expansion, improvement, operation and maintenance of the Water Supply and Septage Management System of Jaen Water District.
The project involves the rehabilitation and improvement of MIWD’s bulk water supply facilities to meet increasing water demand in Iloilo City and other municipalities at the Province of Iloilo.
The Project involves the construction of a terminal center with structures for buses, mini-buses, vans, jeepneys, and tricycles with necessary facilities, amenities, commercial spaces, and parking lots. The facilities including all the improvements will be transferred to the Local Government of Legazpi City after the lease period.
The project involves developing, financing and constructing a public market, slaughterhouse, recreation, parking lots and commercial complex.
The project involves the design, construction and operation of the New Marulas Public Market with a total usable area of 1,272 square meters located in Barangay Marulas, Valenzuela City.
The project covers financing, development, Rehabilitation, improvement, expansion, operation and maintenance of the Water Supply System of Tarlac City Water District.
The project involves the construction, and operation and maintenance of a two-storey commercial center located beside Valenzuela City Hall and People’s Park.
Implementation of Network Restructuring and Non-Revenue Water Reduction Programs for ZCWD’s water distribution system, including, but not limited to, the development, financing, design, engineering, construction, upgrade, testing, commissioning of needed network infrastructure and the management, operation and maintenance of such facilities, in order to address the urgent need to reduce NRW.
The project aims to establish an Information Technology-Based Government Operations-Information Management System (GO-IMS) with project scope that include project financing, systems development, installation and commissioning, conversion of land documents, creation of databases, systems upgrading and site preparation in the City Hall of Angeles City.
The project involves the financing, systems design and development, installation, testing, commissioning and operation, data input, creation of database, systems maintenance and upgrading, and training of concerned LGU personnel.
The project proponent built the digital infrastructure facility, and transferred to the City Government of Malabon on a turn-key basis, the ownership of all necessary equipment and appurtenances, and custom develop software, application systems and databases.
The Project includes the establishment and development of the Pampanga Geographic Information System (GIS) Center where major GIS-related projects and activities in the Province will be initiated and supported. The Center will house GIS facilities and a library of maps (the core of which will be the Tax Parcel Map which will form the backbone of the Common Spatial Data Framework of the Province), GIS reference materials, and other map-based documentation concerning the province.
The project involves the financing and construction of the Talisay City Hall Building on a total land area of more or less 40,000 square meters located at Carmela Valley, Lot 2 situated at the Barangays of Bobog and Binonga, Talisay City. It aims to replace the existing city hall building which is already dilapidated and to enable to accommodate the increasing volume of its constituents transacting business at the City Hall.
Construction of 613.77m bridge connecting Ortigas Center and Bonifacio Global City
Involves the construction and improvement of revetment, parapet wall, and appurtenant drainage improvement works along the Pasig River, from Delpan Bridge up to the Immediate vicinity of the Napindan Hydraulic Control Structure (NHCS) to reduce the vulnerability of the individuals and families in Metro Manila from flooding.
The National Government Center will host Satellite Offices of all branches of the Philippine Government; the Executive, Legislative, and Judiciary, as well as their attached agencies.
The Commercial Center or the Business Continuity Center shall provide a one-stop-shop for all the businesses located in the New Clark City and its vicinity. As a Disaster Risk and Recovery Center, it will also serve as a back-up office in case of disaster/ national calamities to provide continuous business and service by the National Government.
Rehabilitation/ improvement of the existing post-harvest facilities in the Zamboanga Fish Port Complex (ZFPC).
Rehabilitation/ improvement of existing post-harvest facilities and identification of new facilities for construction in selected fish ports.
Dredging/ Removal of siltation in selected sections in the Pulangi river reservoir affecting the energy generation of Pulangi hydroelectric power plant.
Construction of a 225MW Hydroelectric power plant along the Agus river.
The Geospatial Information Management and Analysis Project for Hazards and Risk Assessment in the Philippines aims to improve efficiency and accuracy in the way hazards and risk assessments conducted in the country.
The project will include design, financing, construction, equipping and maintenance and operation of the first comprehensive cancer care center in the Philippines as a Public Private Partnership.
The project involves the re-development of the developable area of 57.08 hectares of land owned by the CCP located within the CCP Complex along Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City, based on a natural synergy equally showcasing culture and arts and commerce, as project components.
Expansion of the hemodialysis center of CVMC which involves the construction of a 2-story building.
A 265-hectare reclamation Project in Manila Bay. An unsolicited proposal from the consortium of Ulticon Builders, Inc., Udenna Corporation, and China Harbor Corporation.
The 23.5 km Extended LRT-6 Unsolicited Proposal was proposed by Prime Asset Ventures Inc. (PAVI) to undertake the design, financing, construction, O&M of the Project.
Design and construction of a Renal Center Building Center and provision of sufficient hemodialysis machines
This project involves the development of the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) Special Economic Zone (SEZ) – Agro- Industrial and Information Technology Park.
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