• DOTC seeks bidders for P624-M ports upgrade project

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    THE Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is looking for potential bidders for the P623.9-million ports construction and upgrade project of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) in Albay and Palawan.

    The project involves the construction, rehabilitation, upgrading and expansion of the ports of Legazpi City, Albay; Puerto Princesa, Palawan and Culasi, Palawan.

    For the Albay port, the project includes the rehabilitation and upgrading of the damaged wharf at the Legazpi Base Port in Legazpi City, Albay. This project entails rehabilitation, upgrading of reinforced concrete (RC) wharf and pavement; removal and disposal of damaged RC wharf and cutting of existing piles and removal and turnover of fenders, among others.

    With an approval budget of P157.82 million, the issuance of bid documents is scheduled from May 6 to May 28, 2015, the pre-bid conference is on May 15, and submission and opening of bid documents is also set on May 28.

    The Puerto Princesa Port expansion project at the Port of Puerto Princesa, Palawan entails the supply and delivery of steel pipe piles, driving of vertical and batter steel pipe piles, supply and installation of steel reinforcement among others.

    With an approval budget of P316.94 million, the issuance of bid documents is scheduled from May 6 to May 28, 2015, the pre-bid conference is on May 15, and the submission and opening of bid documents is also on May 28.

    The Port of Culasi upgrade project in Culasi, Roxas City entails widening of the reinforced concrete wharf and relocation of the roll-off, roll-on (roro) ramp, removal of the existing reinforced curb, roro ramp deck, among others.

    With an approval budget of P149.16 million, the issuance of bid documents is scheduled from May 6 to May 28, 2015, the pre-bid conference is on May 15, and the submission and opening of bid documents is also set on May 28.

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