Republic of the Philippines

Public-Private Partnership Center

Lumbo Spring Bulk Water Supply Project

Project Brief
Implementing Agency

San Pablo City Water District (SPCWD) and Dolores Water District (DWD)

Project Description

The Lumbo Spring Bulk Water Supply Project (the “Project’) involves the finance, construction, operation, and maintenance of the bulk water facility except maintenance of the pipelines which shall be the responsibility of the SPCWD and DWD with the following components:

1. Source development

  • Construction of intake structure
  • Construction of collection box
  • Construction of pump and chlorination facilities
  • Supply and Installation of pumps, motors, and control panels including variable frequency device
  • Installation of outlet pipes and fittings
  • Installation of bulk metering facilities
  • Site development
  • Power Supply and back-up generator

2. Installation of transmission pipelines gap from the Lumbo Spring water source to SPCWD delivery point in Barangay Cristobal, San Pablo City with an approximate distance of 1,500 linear meters and to DWD delivery point located in Barangay Bungoy, Dolores near the Dolores Municipal Hall with an approximate distance of 1,000 linear meters.

3. Installation of transmission pipelines for Balanga Spring to the SPCWD’s service areas with an approximate distance of 8,150 linear meters.

4. Installation of flow measuring meter (“Flow Meter”) at the Delivery Point to measure the Treated Bulk Water supplied to DWD and SPCWD.

5. The PSP is required to supply with a volume of 10,000 cu.m per day to SPCWD and 2,000 cu.m per day to DWD throughout the concession period.

Indicative Cost

Php 105 Million

Procurement Mode


PPP Structure

Joint Venture (JV) Agreement

Cooperation Period

25 years




Water & Sanitation


Ongoing pre-construction activities

  • Jhoel G. Jhorda
    Project Development Officer, PPP Center
    (+632) 8709-4146;
  • Maria Cristina C. Cleofas
    Division Chief, PPP Center