A unit of conglomerate Consunji-led DMCI Holdings has won building, power and water projects worth P2.9 billion during the third quarter of 2015, bringing its total order book to over P31 billion.
DM Consunji Inc. (DMCI) is set to begin next month the 42-month structural and basic architectural works for The Imperium, a 67-storey residential high-rise development of Ortigas & Co. Ltd. Partnership located at Capitol Commons in Pasig.
The company has also begun constructing the Areté, the Creative Hub of the Ateneo de Manila University in Quezon City. Target completion for the hub is February 2017.
The project includes a three-story theater building, a four-story innovation/learning building; and the utility center building.
Another building project is the phase 2 office expansion of TV5 Network Inc. which involves the construction of a nine-storey building with a combined floor area of 20,031 square meters.
The Consunji-owned construction firm will also construct two diesel power plants in Palawan and Sultan Kudarat with combined capacity of 13.59 megawatts.
The company was also awarded the Tirona Pumping Station and Reservoir project in Kawit, Cavite.
DMCI is one of the country’s leading engineering and construction firms which completed already over 500 projects of varying scale and complexity.