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The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is planning to undertake the construction of a new international airport in Cavite, Philippines.
The project involves the upgrade of an international-standard airport on 800ha of land. The project will be developed in multiple phases.
The project includes the construction of four runways, taxiways, aprons, a terminal building, a cargo building, an air traffic control tower, fire and rescue stations, parking space and related infrastructure facilities, and the installation of a communication system.
The first phase of the project involves the rehabilitation of the existing 2.4km runway, the construction of a ramp, drainage system, four hangars with roughly 1,600m2 floor area in each, a 800m2 passenger terminal building with offices, vehicular parking area and other building facilities.
In May 2014, San Miguel Corp submitted an unsolicited proposal for the new international airport in Bulacan. All-Asia Resources & Reclamation Corporation (ARRC) also proposed to develop an airport on reclaimed land at Sangley Point.
The project will be funded through official development assistance (ODA) or public private partnership (PPP).
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has been appointed to undertake the feasibility study.
In August 2015, DOTr received feasibility study report from JICA.
Feasibility study report is being processed by the National Economic and Development Authority (Neda).
On December 2, 2016, the government announced plans to redevelop the Atienza Air Base (Sangley Point Naval Base) as a general aviation reliever to the existing Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
In December 2016, DOTr invited contractors to participate in the open and transparent prequalification bidding process of the project, with a submission deadline on January 23, 2017, which is later extended to February 27, 2017.
In January 2017, The firms which were present at the first pre-bid conference held at the Department of Transportations office are: Emeco, BSP Construction Co., D.M. Wenceslao and Associates Inc., Granby Trading and Construction, Solar Surveying Corp., J.D. Legaspi Construction, Cavdeal, San R Mining and Construction Corp., Tokwing Construction Corp., MR7 Corp., Holcim, and C.B. Garay.
At the second pre-bid conference, 13 more prospective bidders attended and these were Wang Hong Construction Corp.; RC Ramos Construction Corp.; Vicente T. Lao Construction; R. R. Encabo Construction, Inc.; Foundation Specialist, Inc.; Northern Builders; Metro Stonerich Corp.; Pacific Concrete Products, Inc.; First Balfour; Prime Asset Ventures, Inc. Consortium; Frey-FilCorporation; YakalConstruction; and Safrap Construction Co., Inc
Subject to necessary approvals and appointment of contractor, the project is scheduled to be operational by the fourth quarter of 2021.
The project involves the construction of an international airport on 800ha of land in Cavite City, Cavite, the Philippines.
The US$10,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of four runways
2. Construction of taxiways
3. Construction of aprons
4. Construction of a 800m2 terminal building
5. Construction of a cargo building and an air traffic control tower
6. Construction of fire and rescue stations
7. Construction of new access roads
8. Construction of new parking facilities
9. Construction of four hangars with roughly 1,600m2 floor area each
10. Rehabilitation of the existing 2.4km runway
11. Installation of communication system
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