Philippines: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project

Sovereign Project | 41076-048

The project will improve an estimated 280 kilometers (km) of national primary, secondary, and tertiary roads in Mindanao. The improvements will include paving earth roads, replacing damaged road sections, widening existing roads, adding surface overlays, and replacing and strengthening bridges. The project roads will be designed with features to strengthen resilience to climate change. Among the structural and non-structural features included are elevated pavement levels, enhanced slope protection, and improved maintenance of drainage structures. Road safety on these roads will be improved through road safety community awareness campaigns. The project will finance detailed engineering for improvement of another 300 km of national highways in Mindanao, to be implemented under future projects. The Government will determine the roads for which the detailed design will be prepared. The design will incorporate features to strengthen resilience to climate change.

Project Name Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project
Project Number 41076-048
Country Philippines
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project
Ordinary capital resources US$ 380.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Regional integration
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
Knowledge solutions
Partnerships
Private sector development
Sector / Subsector

Transport / Road transport (non-urban)

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Effective gender mainstreaming
Description

The project will improve an estimated 280 kilometers (km) of national primary, secondary, and tertiary roads in Mindanao. The improvements will include paving earth roads, replacing damaged road sections, widening existing roads, adding surface overlays, and replacing and strengthening bridges. The project roads will be designed with features to strengthen resilience to climate change. Among the structural and non-structural features included are elevated pavement levels, enhanced slope protection, and improved maintenance of drainage structures. Road safety on these roads will be improved through road safety community awareness campaigns. The project will finance detailed engineering for improvement of another 300 km of national highways in Mindanao, to be implemented under future projects. The Government will determine the roads for which the detailed design will be prepared. The design will incorporate features to strengthen resilience to climate change.

The project will improve the institutional capacity of DPWH to make management of the transport sector more efficient and contribute to improved operations of the transport sector in Mindanao and nationwide. Strengthening of DPWH's institutional capacity will take place in regional offices and in headquarters. Training in multi-year planning carried out exclusively in DPWH regional offices, while the new human resource database system integrating all DPWH operations will be made operational in all DPWH offices. Making the new online system for budgeting and fiscal monitoring operational and the provision of support in supervising regional planning will take place in DPWH headquarters.

Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

The road subsector is the most important transport subsector in the Philippines. The national road network comprises 29,630 kilometers (km), or 14% of the total road network and includes the main trunk roads, the national primary arterial roads, and national secondary roads. An efficient road subsector is crucial for the Philippines' economic growth and poverty reduction. Despite its importance to the national economy, the road subsector has not received adequate funding. Expansion or improvement of the network has been limited in recent years, and many roads deteriorate prematurely due to inadequate maintenance. Government funding for the road network has been increasing in recent years; however, about 23% of the national road network is in poor condition and in need of rehabilitation. This contributes to the rising number of road accidents in the Philippines. The increasing impact of climate change, particularly flooding, is having a negative effect on the road network. The road network in Mindanao is less developed than the national network. While 82% of the national roads in Luzon and 89% in Visayas are paved, only 70% of the national roads in Mindanao are paved.

Mindanao is the second largest island in the Philippines, with a population of more than 20 million people. Despite being rich in natural resources, Mindanao has the highest poverty incidence of the Philippines' three island groups (Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao), with a rate of 36.2%. This is largely because of civil conflict and low economic growth. Despite significant development has occurred in recent years, a number of infrastructure targets in the government's Mindanao 2000 plan were not achieved, due to the lack of coherent plans, inadequate government financial resources, and underinvestment, especially by the private sector due to perceptions of the civil conflict. The government, Japan International Cooperation Agency, the World Bank, and the Australian Agency for International Development have completed or are now implementing national or provincial road improvement projects in Mindanao. However, a large part of the road network in Mindanao remains in need of improvement.

Mindanao plays a key role in the Philippines' participation in regional cooperation initiatives. It comprises most of the Philippine territory in the Brunei Darussalam Indonesia Malaysia Philippines East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) Greater Sulu Sulawesi Corridor. The project is aligned with Strategic Pillar I (Enhancing connectivity within BIMP-EAGA as well as with other regions outside of BIMP-EAGA) of the BIMP-EAGA Implementation Blueprint, 2012 2016. Improving roads in Mindanao will support the development of agribusiness, ecotourism, and logistics, contributing to the development of the Greater Sulu Sulawesi Corridor.

The project supports the Government of the Philippines' priorities for improvement of the country's road network and development of Mindanao. It also supports the key objective of ADB's strategy for the Philippines of helping the country achieve high, inclusive, and sustainable growth. The project is consistent with ADB's Strategy 2020 through its focus on improving the delivery of infrastructure services as well as investing in physical assets. The project supports regional cooperation and integration by contributing to the implementation of the ASEAN Highway and BIMP-EAGA Priority Infrastructure Projects. It supports ADB's Sustainable Transport Initiative by addressing climate change and road safety, and it is included in ADB's Philippines Transport Sector Assessment, Strategy, and Road Map

Impact Economic and physical linkages in Mindanao strengthened (Mindanao Strategic Development Framework 2010-2020. National Economic and Development Authority
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Efficiency and safety of selected sections of the road transport network in Mindanao improved
Progress Toward Outcome

Three civil works contracts (PR-06, PR-07, and PR-09) were awarded on 28 December 2018. Contractors mobilized in March 2019. Based on latest project progress report (25 July 2021), cumulative implementation progress is estimated at 66.47% for PR-06, 71.99% for PR-07 and 58.04% for PR-09. Progress in civil works were hampered by the rainy season and impacted by the strict implementation of safety requirements and protocols in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Contractors for the non-core subprojects PR-08, PR-09a, PR-12 and PR-13 have mobilized in February 2021. No major activities have been started yet.

Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

1. Selected sections of road transport network in Mindanao improved.

2. Detailed engineering design for improvement of roads in other projects completed.

3. Institutional capacity of DPWH in multi-year planning, fiscal accountability and human resource management strengthened.

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

For Output 1: Three civil works contracts (PR-06, PR-07, and PR-09) were awarded on 28 December 2018. Contractors mobilized in March 2019. Based on latest project progress report (25 July 2021), cumulative implementation progress is estimated at 66.47% for PR-06, 71.99% for PR-07 and 58.04% for PR-09. Progress in civil works were hampered by the rainy season and impacted by the strict implementation of safety requirements and protocols in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Contractors for the non-core subprojects PR-08, PR-09a, PR-12 and PR-13 have mobilized in February 2021. Activities are ongoing. The PR-01a contract package is for rebidding.

In March 2021, DPWH and ADB commenced due diligence exercise to formally include the 2 (Br. 1 and Br. 3) out of the 3 Tawi-Tawi bridges under the project to make them eligible for funding under the loan. This exercise was completed on 17 August 2021 and ADB informed DPWH of the inclusion of the two Tawi-Tawi bridges under the project through a letter dated 27 August 2021. Br. No. 2 will undergo a separate due diligence at a later date to determine its eligibility for financing under the loan as per Schedule 5 of the Loan Agreement.

For Output 2: The recruitment of the FS/ DED consultant commenced in December 2020. A total of 22 EOIs were received by the extended deadline date of 7 January 2021. The EA submitted Submission 1 to ADB on 25 February 2021 for ADB's review. ADB's comments were shared with the EA 23 March 2021. The EA submitted revised Submission 1 on 14 May 2021. ADB provided no objection to Submission 1 on 19 May 2021. The EA issued the RFP to the 6 shortlisted firms on 4 June 2021. The deadline for the submission of the proposals was on 26 August 2021. Evaluation of the proposals is ongoing.

For Output 3: Discussion within DPWH on the TOR of the consultant is ongoing for ICD-1 and ICD-2. For ICD-3, DPWH requested to change the contract package from consulting services to goods. ADB process to approve this change is ongoing.

Geographical Location Province of Zamboanga Sibugay, Province of Zamboanga del Norte, Zamboanga Peninsula
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement A
Indigenous Peoples B
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects The IEE conducted for the Project has not identified any major environmental concerns given that all civil works use existing road alignment and are located within the existing right-of-way (ROW). As this is a sector loan project, a separate IEE is to be prepared for each identified core and non-core subproject. An IEE will be prepared for any new subproject that will be added in the future. These IEEs will be the basis for preparing the environmental management plan to address and mitigate localized construction-related environmental impacts. To date, the IEE for the 3 current core subprojects, 5 non-core subprojects and 2 Tawi-Tawi bridges are approved and disclosed.
Involuntary Resettlement To ensure compliance with the ADB SPS, DPWH endorsed the Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Framework (RIPF) to guide the overall sector project particularly in the preparation of the Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan (RIPP) for each subproject. These RIPPs are based on the detailed engineering design and reflect the actual number of affected people and corresponding losses. As this is a sector loan project, new subprojects are expected to be added anytime during the project implementation period. An RIPP will have to be prepared and approved for each additional subproject. As such, the total number of affected households, structures and trees under the project cannot be accurately determined at this time but is expected to increase as new subprojects are added. To date, the RIPP for the 3 current core subprojects, 5 non-core subprojects and 2 Tawi-Tawi bridges are approved and disclosed.
Indigenous Peoples In identifying affected indigenous peoples, DPWH shall utilize key procedures in the DPWH Updated Social and Environment Management Systems (SEMS) Manual of Operations in (i) determining the presence of IPs or existence of ancestral domain in potential project areas; (ii) obtaining Voluntary Solicitation or Initiation from Indigenous Peoples; (iii) the Field-Based Investigation (FBI); (iv) obtaining the Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC); and (v) preparing the social safeguards document/plan or using the National Commission on Indigenous Peoples (NCIP) terminology, the Indigenous People's Action Plan (IPAP). Central to screening is the FBI to be conducted by the NCIP to ascertain the presence of IPs/ICCs and ancestral domains. As this is a sector loan project, the total number of affected IPs cannot be determined at this time as it is envisaged new subprojects will be added during the project implementation period. To date, the RIPP for the 3 current core subprojects, 5 non-core subprojects and 2 Tawi-Tawi bridges are approved and disclosed.
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design The overarching objectives of the Stakeholder Communication Strategy include ensuring regular and proactive information sharing with affected communities, and developing community support for the project. Pursuant to the requirements of ADB's Public Communication Policy, this will be done by:(i) Identifying a primary focal point within DPWH for regular communication with affected people and other stakeholders, as well as broader communication responsibilities (i.e., media relations);(ii) Ensuring that relevant project information is delivered to stakeholders in a culturally appropriate, gender-sensitive, and timely manner to raise awareness of the project's scope, benefit and impacts, and to foster acceptance and understanding of the project;(iii) Ensuring that accurate and timely feedback from stakeholders is obtained;(iv) Enabling an efficient and regular two-way flow of information between project implementers and stakeholders, with information sharing and consultative mechanisms established;(v) Involving and working with local leaders to help foster understanding and acceptance of the project;(vi) Ensuring the timely full disclosure of all required documents;(vii) Monitoring the implementation of the Stakeholder Communication Strategy throughout the project, ensuring corrective actions are taken where needed.
During Project Implementation Face-to-face, community-level discussions and meetings will be regularly conducted with project affected persons and other stakeholders along the road to ensure they are aware of project developments and have meaningful opportunities to share their perspectives and concerns. Multiple communication channels will be utilized to ensure project affected persons and other stakeholders receive adequate notice of discussions and meetings. Channels will include information sharing through local authorities, as well as a project Facebook and website.For all communication, consultation and outreach activities, gender sensitive and culturally appropriate information, education and communication (IEC) materials will be developed (i.e., leaflets) to ensure all stakeholders, including the poor, vulnerable and low-literacy groups, clearly understand key project components, benefits and impacts. The Project Information Booklet (PIB) will indicate how stakeholders can get in touch with project implementers. Information in the PIB will also be shared through other culturally appropriate communication channels, including face-to-face meetings. A project FAQ will be developed and disseminated.An agreed-upon system will be put in place by DPWH's communication focal point to ensure stakeholder feedback is shared with relevant project staff, and considered as the project is implemented. This will include the establishment of project phone hotline numbers to receive inquiries and concerns, as well as regularly (at least monthly) two-way communications between designated DPWH communication focal points and communities along the highway. Inquiries and concerns will be logged. Key stakeholders will subsequently be informed how their feedback was shared, and what actions were taken based on the feedback.Information, education and outreach on key project components, including consultation and Grievance Redress Mechanism requirements, will also be conducted with community leaders and local officials to ensure they understand the project, its importance, and their responsibilities.DPWH's communication focal point will be responsible for implementing and monitoring all communication activities, including information dissemination and disclosure, and ensuring regular contact with affected people and other interested stakeholders.
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services Recruitment will follow Guidelines on the Use of Consultants by ADB and its Borrowers (March 2013).
Procurement Procurement will follow ADB Procurement Guidelines (April 2015).
Responsible ADB Officer Shim, Chaorin
Responsible ADB Department Southeast Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Transport and Communications Division, SERD
Executing Agencies
Dept. of Public Works & Highways
Mr. Luisito S. Visorde
[email protected]
DPWH Building
Bonifacio Drive, Port Area
Manila, Philippines
Timetable
Concept Clearance 16 Dec 2013
Fact Finding 01 Feb 2016 to 30 Jun 2017
MRM 05 Sep 2017
Approval 14 Dec 2017
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 09 Sep 2021

Loan 3631-PHI

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
14 Dec 2017 10 Jan 2018 23 Mar 2018 30 Jun 2024 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 503.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 380.00 18 Nov 2021 158.83 0.00 42%
Counterpart 123.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 18 Nov 2021 50.81 0.00 13%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Satisfactory - Satisfactory

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Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Nalil-Sikkiat Bridge (Tawi-Tawi Bridge No. 1) Subproject Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Aug 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Malassa-Lupa Pula Bridge (Tawi-Tawi Bridge No. 3) Subproject Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Aug 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Malassa-Pula Lupa (Tawi-Tawi Bridge No. 3) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Nalil-Sikkiat Bridge (Tawi-Tawi Bridge No. 1) Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2020) Social Monitoring Reports May 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2019) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jan 2021
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Gutalac-Baliguian Alternate Road (PR01a) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Sep 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Roseller Tarroza Lim-R.T. Lim-Siocon Road (PR08) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Sep 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Curuan-Sibuco Road (PR12) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Aug 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Siay-Gapol Road (PR-13) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Aug 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: R.T. Lim-Siocon Road (PR-08) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Gutalac-Baliguian Alternate Road (PR-01a) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Siay-Gapol Road (PR-13) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Curuan–Sibuco Road (PR-12) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: PR09a Guicam Bridge Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Guicam Bridge (PR-09a) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans May 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Alicia-Malangas Road (PR-06) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Apr 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Lutiman-Guicam-Olutanga Road (PR-09) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Mar 2020
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Social Monitoring Report (July-December 2019) Social Monitoring Reports Dec 2019
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Tampilisan-Sandayong Road (PR-07) Updated Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Jul 2019
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Jun 2019
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Framework Combined Resettlement Framework and Indigenous Peoples Planning Frameworks Jan 2019
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Lutiman-Guicam-Olutanga Road (PR-09) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Sep 2018
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Alicia-Malangas Road (PR-06) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Sep 2018
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Tampilisan-Sandayong Road (PR-07) Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Nov 2017
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Environmental Assessment and Review Framework Environmental Assessment and Review Framework Aug 2017
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Framework Combined Resettlement Framework and Indigenous Peoples Planning Frameworks Aug 2017
Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project: Tampilisan-Sandayong Road (PR-07) Resettlement and Indigenous Peoples Plan Combined Resettlement Plan and Indigenous Peoples Plans Aug 2017

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
ADB Loan No. 3631–PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [PR-01a] - Rebidding Invitation for Bids Closed 14 Sep 2021 09 Nov 2021
ADB Loan No. 3631–PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [TBR1] Invitation for Bids Closed 14 Sep 2021 09 Nov 2021
ADB Loan No. 3631–PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [TBR3] Invitation for Bids Closed 14 Sep 2021 09 Nov 2021
Consulting Services for the Preparation of Feasibility Studies and Detailed Engineering Designs of Roads and Bridges Projects under ADB Loan 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project Firm - Consulting Closed 18 Nov 2020 07 Jan 2021
ADB Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [Contract No. 19Z00013, PR–12] Invitation for Bids Closed 23 Jan 2020 16 Jun 2020
ADB Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [Contract No. 19Z00015, PR-09a] Invitation for Bids Closed 23 Jan 2020 16 Jun 2020
ADB Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [Contract No. 19Z00011, PR-01a] Invitation for Bids Closed 23 Jan 2020 16 Jun 2020
ADB Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [Contract No. 19Z00014, PR–13] Invitation for Bids Closed 23 Jan 2020 16 Jun 2020
ADB Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project (IGCMRSP) [Contract No. 19Z00012, PR-08] Invitation for Bids Closed 23 Jan 2020 16 Jun 2020
Safeguards External Monitoring Firm - Consulting Closed 15 Oct 2018 13 Nov 2018
Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project [18Z0003PR09] Invitation for Bids Closed 25 May 2018 23 Jul 2018
Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project [18Z0002PR07] Invitation for Bids Closed 25 May 2018 23 Jul 2018
Loan No. 3631-PHI: Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector Project [18Z0001PR06] Invitation for Bids Closed 25 May 2018 23 Jul 2018

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
PR-09A, GUICAM BRIDGE, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY Loan 3631 22 Jan 2021 TIANYUANCONSTRUCTION GROUP CORPORATION / | SALCEDO ST., SAN LORENZO, MAKATI, PHILS CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Dept. of Public Works & Highways 22,146,720.58 18,914,646.92
PR-13, SIAY - GAPOL ROAD, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY Loan 3631 22 Jan 2021 QINGDAO MUNICIPAL CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO., LTD | TIGUMA DISTRICT, PAGADIAN CITY, PHILS CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Dept. of Public Works & Highways 23,089,293.63 19,719,661.66
PR-12, CURUAN - SIBUCO ROAD, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE Loan 3631 22 Jan 2021 M. ABUBAKAR CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING, INC | TM KALAW AVE COR CORTADA ST., ERMITA MANILA, PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINES Dept. of Public Works & Highways 34,895,673.08 29,803,028.08
PR-08, R.T. LIM - SIOCON ROAD, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY AND ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE Loan 3631 22 Jan 2021 CHINA WUYI CO., LTD. | 422 ARQUIZA ST, ERMITA, MANILA, PHILS CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Dept. of Public Works & Highways 40,815,825.74 34,859,198.67
CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO UNDERTAKE THE EXTERNAL MONITORING OF THE RESETTLEMENT AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES PLAN Loan 3631 25 Nov 2020 LICHEL TECHNOLOGIES, INC | PRESTIGE TOWER CONDOMINIUM ORTIGAS CENTER, PASIG CITY PHILIPPINES Dept. of Public Works & Highways 1,190,706.81 1,074,867.31
CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF ROADS AND BRIDGES Loan 3631 07 May 2019 RENARDET S.A IN JV WITH DESIGN SCIENCE | UNIT 2315 CITYLAND CONDOMINIUM, HV DELA COSTA ST. SALCEDO VILL, MAKATI SWITZERLAND Dept. of Public Works & Highways 9,367,761.31 8,408,693.07
PR-06 ALICIA-MALANGAS ROAD, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY K1769 648 - K1793 751.43 Loan 3631 27 Dec 2018 CHINA GEO-ENGINEERING CORP/ESR CONS & DEV COR | CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Dept. of Public Works & Highways 24,856,871.39 21,416,191.49
PR-09 LUTIMAN-GUICAM-OLUTANGA ROAD, ZAMBOANGA SIBUGAY K1759 967.17 - K1798 666.33 Loan 3631 27 Dec 2018 SINO ROAD AND BRIDGE GROUP CO LTD/M. ABUBAKAR | CHINA CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Dept. of Public Works & Highways 18,642,308.25 16,061,846.12
PR-07 TAMPILISAN-SANDAYONG ROAD, ZAMBOANGA DEL NORTE K1981 490.00 - K1999 065.86 Loan 3631 27 Dec 2018 MAC BUILDERS/FIAT CONSTRUCTION SERVICES JV | BRGY SABER, MARAWI CITY, PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINES Dept. of Public Works & Highways 11,746,364.23 10,120,436.39