DOTC rolls out port expansion projects


The Department of Transport and Communications (DOTC) has rolled out ports widening, expansion, and construction projects valued at P862 million.

DOTC called out for interested bidders for the development of four ports under the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), namely, Manila South Harbor, Port of Javier in Leyte, Port of Bataraza in Palawan, and Iloilo Commercial Port Complex in Iloilo.

The DOTC is allocating P49.769 million million for the widening of wharf in the South Harbor in Manila. The widening project entails the construction of 768-square-meter reinforced concrete wharf.

Bid documents for the Manila South Harbor project is priced at P25,000. Issuance of bid documents is from November 1 to December 8, 2015. Bidding opens on December 8.

Approved budget for the construction of 990-square-meter rock causeway and stair landings at the Port of Javier in Leyte is P51.92 million.

Bid documents for the said project cost P50,000, while issuance of bid documents is from November 10 to December 9, 2015. Opening of bids is on December 9, 2015.

For the construction of wharf in Port of Bataraza, some P125.26 million have been allotted for the port expansion project.

Bid documents will be issued on November 10 to December 8, 2015 and sold at P50,000. Opening of bids will be on December 8, 2015.

The construction of a 4,200 square-meter wharf in the Iloilo Commercial Port Complex is valued at P635.51 million.

Bid documents priced at P75,000 will be distributed on November 10 to December 9, 2015. Bidding opens on December 9, 2015.


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