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INVITATION TO PRE-QUALIFY AND BID FOR THE BULACAN BULK WATER SUPPLY PROJECT

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Php24.4-B Bulacan Bulk Water Supply PPP Attracts 15 Interested Bidders

18 July 2014 - The Php24.4 Billion Bulacan Bulk Water Supply Project (BBWSP) of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program has attracted 15 prospective bidders from the local and international groups... Read more


Asiamoney's Philippines Credits, Bonds and Project Finance Discussion Forum

08 July 2014 - Public-Private Partnership Center Executive Director Cosette V. Canilao shared the Philippine experience on PPP in her opening remarks for Asiamoney’s Philippines Credit, Bonds, and Project Finance Discussion Forum held on July 8, 2014 at the Peninsula Manila, Makati City... Read more


PPP Center Briefs GOCC Officials on PPP Program and Legal Framework

04 July 2014 - More than a hundred Board of Trustees and Directors from fifty-five (55) Government Owned and Controlled Corporations (GOCCs) attending the Orientation Seminar on Public Sector Governance organized by the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), were briefed about the PPP Program and its legal and institutional framework... Read more

 
Gensan, PPP Center sign internship agreement

17 July 2014 - The City Government of General Santos has entered into an internship agreement program for LGU-PPPs with the Public-Private Partnership Center (PPPC) for the Integrated Food Terminal and City Public Market components of the Integrated Economic Development for Regional Trade (IEDRT) in General Santos City Project... Read more


PPP Refutes Items on SMC Disqualification

15 July 2014 - PPP Center's Letter to the Editor of the Philippine Daily Inquirer pertaining to the June 17 editorial titled “PPP dilemma” and a Biz Buzz item titled “Flimsy technicality” (Business, 6/16/14), both of which touched on the disqualification of San Miguel Corp. (SMC) from the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (Calax) project of the Department of Public Works and Highways... Read more


PPP Center Joins German Asia-Pacific Business Association (OAV) Conference

30 June 2014 - Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center Executive Director Cosette V. Canilao was invited as one of the speakers in the German Asia-Pacific Business Association (OAV) Conference in Berlin, Germany last June 23, 2014... Read more

 

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Comparative Matrix of PPP Projects Per Administration

Infographic: Comparative PPP Procurement Timelines

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PPP Philippines Investment Brochure

Explore PPP Investment Opportunities in the Philippines. Download "PPPs @ PH" brochure to learn more about the various projects in the country's PPP Pipeline.

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Featured Article

The PPP Center of the Philippines’ recognition in Partnerships Awards 2014 as the Gold Award winner for the Best Central Government PPP Promoter was featured in the July-August edition of Partnerships Bulletin’s online magazine.

Featured Video

Kaunlarang Hatid ng Tuwid na Daan

Video documentary courtesy of the Office of the President's Presidential Communications Operations Office (OP-PCOO) on the Aquino Administration's Infrastructure and Inclusive Growth Agenda.

Featured News

Joint Statement: DOF & BSP-IRO on Standard & Poor's Credit Rating Upgrade

From “BBB-” to “BBB”, Standard & Poor’s upgrades the Philippines' long-term sovereign credit rating...Read more

PPP Projects Rolled-Out

Awarded Projects

MCIA

The Mactan-Cebu International AIrport Passenger Terminal Building 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.

Implementing Agency: Department of Transportation and Communication
Project Cost: PHP 17.52 Billion | USD 389.33 Million

Private Proponents: Megawide-GMR Consortium

AFCS

The Automatic Fare Collection System (AFCS) 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.

Implementing Agency: Department of Transportation and Communication
Project Cost: PHP 1.72 Billion | USD 38.22 Million

Private Proponents: AF Consortium

Modernization of POC

The Modernization of Philippine Orthopedic Center involves the construction of a 700-bed capacity super-specialty tertiary orthopedic hospital to be located within the National Kidney and Transplant Institute (NKTI) Compound along East Avenue, Quezon City. The concessionaire will design, build, finance, operate and maintain the facility until the end of the concession period, and then transfer the hospital to the DOH.

Implementing Agency: Department of Health
PPP Arrangement: Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) scheme
Project Cost: PHP 5.69 Billion | USD 132.33 Million

Private Proponents: Megawide-World Citi Consortium

PSIP Phase II

Status: Ongoing procurement of Independent Consultant; for financial negotiation with the highest rated bidder

The PPP for School Infrastructure Project (PSIP) Phase II seeks to supplement the current initiatives and program of the Department of Education on classroom construction classroom nationwide. The objective of the government is to expand the supply of classrooms in all public school system as fast as it could reasonably be done and cut the current shortage of around 66,800 classroom units nationwide.

Implementing Agency: Department of Education
PPP Arrangement: Build-Transfer (BT) scheme
Project Cost: PhpP 8.80 Billion | USD 215 Million

Private Proponents: Megawide Construction Corp., Inc.;
and Consortium of BSP & Co. Inc and Vicente T. Lao Construction.

PSIP Phase I

Status as of June 30, 2014:
1,540 sub-projects (5,038 classrooms) have been completed
733 sub-projects (3,365 classrooms) have started construction

The PPP for School Infrastructure Project (PSIP) seeks to supplement the current initiatives and programs of the Department of Education on classroom construction nationwide. The objective of the government is to expand the supply of classrooms in all public school system as fast as it could reasonably be done, and cut out the current shortage of around 68,000 classroom units nationwide.

Implementing Agency: Department of Education
PPP Arrangement: Build-Lease-Transfer (BLT) scheme
Project Cost: PhpP 16.42 Billion | USD 389 Million
Cooperation Period: 10 years inclusive of construction
Private Proponents: Citicore Holdings Investment, Inc.-Megawide Construction Corp., Inc.; BF Corp.- Riverbanks Development Corp. 

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DaangHari-SLEX Link Road

Overall accomplishment as of June 25, 2014:
41.81% complete
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The Daanghari-SLEX Link Road project involves the 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..

Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)
PPP Arrangement: Build-Transfer-and-Operate (BTO) scheme
Project Cost: PhP 2.01 Billion | USD 46.74 Million

Private Proponent: Ayala Corporation

NAIA Expressway

Status as of May 28, 2014:
Ongoing advance works on Ramps 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15 and 16

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.


Implementing Agency: Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)
PPP Arrangement: Build-Transfer-Operate (BTO) scheme
Project Cost: PhpP 15.52 Billion | US$ 360.93 Million
Cooperation Period: 30 years inclusive of construction
Private Proponent: Vertex Tollways Devt., Inc (a wholly owned subsidiary of San Miguel Corporation)

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