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P15.5-B NAIA expressway project: Bidders given more time to prepare offers

P15.5-B NAIA expressway project: Bidders given more time to prepare offers

08 February 2013, The Philippine Star by Lawrence Agcaoili   The government has postponed anew the bidding for the P15.5-billion Ninoy Aquino International Airport expressway project to give interested companies more time to finalize their bid documents. Cosette Canilao, executive director of the PPP Center, told reporters on the sidelines of the groundbreaking of the... continue reading

More Classrooms In CAR Under PPP

More Classrooms In CAR Under PPP

Philippine Star, 11 February 2013 BAGUIO CITY, Philippines  – More classrooms will be built in the highland Cordillera region under the Public Private Partnership for School Infrastructure Project  (PSIP) Phase II project. At least 635 classrooms in 395 school sites were initially identified across the region to address the need for additional classrooms, said a... continue reading

RDC endorses Talisay City PPP Project

RDC endorses Talisay City PPP Project

Philippine Information Agency, 30 January 2013 NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, Jan.30 (PIA6) — The Economic Development Committee of the Regional Development Council (RDC) of Western Visayas endorsed recently the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Project of Talisay City. The project, dubbed “Talisay City Plaza Complex Heritage Restoration and Redevelopment Project”, is the pilot project of a local government unit... continue reading

Seven firms interested in Cebu airport deal

Seven firms interested in Cebu airport deal

29 January 2013, Business World Online by Cliff Harvey Venzon   Seven firms have so far formally indicated their interest in a P17.5-billion public-private partnership (PPP) project to expand and operate the Mactan-Cebu International Airport, a Transportation department official yesterday said. Assistant Secretary Catherine P. Gonzales, who also heads the department’s bidding secretariat, said bid... continue reading

PH economy seen to expand 6.5%

PH economy seen to expand 6.5%

30 January 2013, Philippine Daily Inquirer by TJ Burgonio and Riza Olchondra   “All of us will be impressed,” President Aquino said Tuesday of the report on the full-year economic growth rate in 2012, which the government planning agency is set to release Thursday. Still exuberant over renewed investors’ confidence in the country, the President... continue reading

P80-B PPP projects approved

P80-B PPP projects approved

Philippine Star, 29 January 2013   MANILA, Philippines – Four big-ticket infrastructure projects under the public-private partnership (PPP) program totaling more than P80 billion have been approved. PPP Center executive director Cosette Canilao said the Plaridel bypass toll road project, Manila-Makati-Pasay-Parañaque mass transit system, rehabilitation and expansion of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) South, and... continue reading

Orthopedic center draws nine bidders

Orthopedic center draws nine bidders

Manila Standard Today, 29 January 2013 he modernization of the Philippine Orthopedic Center under the build-operate–and-transfer scheme drew the interest of nine prospective bidders, who attended the pre-bid conference staged by the Health Department Monday at the Lung Center of the Philippines. The Finance Department said the prospective bidders included big names in the infrastructure... continue reading

Govt unveils new mass transit

Govt unveils new mass transit

Manila Standard Today, 29 January 2013 By Julito G. Rada   The government will undertake four big-ticket projects, including a new mass transit system that will connect Manila, Makati, Pasay and Parañaque, under the so-called   public-private partnership scheme. The Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines, which manages the Project Development and Monitoring Facility, said its... continue reading

Ayala group to bid for common ticket system of LRT1, LRT2, MRT3

Ayala group to bid for common ticket system of LRT1, LRT2, MRT3

Interaksyon, 29 January 2013 Darwin G. Amojelar MANILA – Ayala Corp and unit Globe Telecom Inc have purchased bid documents for the P1.72 billion common ticketing system for Metro Manila’s overhead mass rail services, an executive from the Ayala group said on Tuesday. “Both Globe and Ayala bought bid documents, but we are still determining... continue reading