News / Three companies bid for Phase II of school PPP project in the Philippines

Three companies bid for Phase II of school PPP project in the Philippines

🕔 August 1, 2013
UK politicians urge reconsideration of PPP projects

The Philippine Public Private Partnership Center announced that three groups submitted offers for the P8.8 billion (US$425 million) School Infrastructure Project Phase 2 of the Department of Education.

The three firms/consortia were:

The Department of Education aims to open the financial bids within a week.

The second phase involves the design, financing, and construction of 10,679 one- and two-storey classrooms, including furniture, fixtures and toilets, in 5,033 public schools across 14 regions. The investment will be US$425 million.

Philippines has already bid successfully the P1.96-billion Daang Hari-SLEX Link, the P16.42-billion School Infrastructure Project Phase 1 and the P15.5 billion NAIA Expressway.

Citicore Holdings Investment Inc-Megawide Construction Corp Inc and BF Corp-Riverbanks Development Corp bagged the contracts for the first phase of the Department of Education project.

The Ayala Group won the Daang Hari-SLEX Link, while San Miguel Corp got the NAIA Expressway project.

Source: PPP Center

League Tables

InfraPPP accepts project & transaction submissions to ensure that the data we have in our databases is accurate.

Download Submission Form  Download Submission Form


Subscribe to our newsletter and get in your inbox jobs, news and business opportunities.

PPP Africa Forum
Latin America & Caribbean Gas
Regional Energy
NTA Light Rail

Follow us on Twitter