Megawide Construction Corp., D.M. Consunji Inc. (DMCI), and 14 other local and Japanese companies have expressed their interest in bidding for the construction contract packages of the Metro Manila Subway Project (MMSP), according to the Department of Transportation (DOTr).
Among the firms interested in bidding for Contract Package (CP) 105, which includes the construction of Kalayaan and BGC underground stations along with tunnel works, are DMCI, Fujita Corp., Shimizu Corp., Takenaka Civil Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd., Sumitomo Mitsui Construction Co. Ltd., Tokyu Construction Co., Ltd., Megawide Construction Corp., Tobishima Corp., Monocrete Construction Philippines Inc., Vicente T. Lao Construction, China Harbour Engineering Company, Taisei Corp., EEI Corp, and Nishimatsu Construction Co., Ltd.
For CP 108, which involves the building of Lawton and Senate-Department of Education underground stations and tunnel works, the interested bidders include Fujita Corp., First Balfour Inc., Shimizu Corp., Takenaka Corp., Tokyu Construction Co., Ltd., Taisei Corp., Megawide Construction Corp., Tobishima Corp., Monocrete Construction Philippines Inc., and Acciona Construction Philippines Inc.
The DOTr also noted that Fujita Corp., DMCI, Shimizu, Takenaka, Sumitomo, Tokyu Construction, Megawide, Tobishima, and Monocrete expressed their interest in participating in the bidding for CP 109, which involves the construction of Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 station and tunnel works.
The deadline for bid submissions for CP 105, 108, and 109 is set for August 31, 2023.
The Metro Manila Subway Project is a significant infrastructure endeavor aimed at improving transportation in the Philippine capital region.