Department of Transport (DOTr) has re-confirmed that they are working towards completion of two new airport developments island of Mindanao.
Construction of the Malolos–Clark Railway Project will start soon, following the recent signing of three civil works contracts worth more than US$1.7 billion. Philippines’ Department of Transportation (DOTr) has now awarded a total of five civil works contracts for the project, totaling US$2.5 billion. The first two contracts were signed on 1st August 2020. The project, part
Philippines’ Senate yesterday granted a 50-year franchise to a subsidiary of San Miguel Corp. (SMC), which plans to construct a new airport in Bulacan, Manila. The approval was given following a second reading of the proposal by the Senate. The airport’s construction will commence soon and be completed in around 10 years at no cost
In preparation for the for the construction of the US$15-billion New Manila International Airport (NMIA), San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has embarked on a massive mangrove planting project to help address flooding problems in Bulacan and Central Luzon. In a statement yesterday, SMC said its 10-hectare mangrove plantation site in Hagonoy, one of the lowest-lying areas
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a US$126m loan for the construction of a 15km water transmission pipeline aimed at helping secure water supply in Metro Manila, Philippines. The funding for the Angat Water Transmission Improvement Project will help to improve downstream transmission capacity. It is part of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System’s (MWSS) effort