Our business units

Established on 24 December 1954, D.M. Consunji, Inc. (DMCI) is one of the leading engineering-based integrated construction firms in the country.

It operates in four key construction segments: building, energy, infrastructure, and utilities and plants.

Over the years, its pioneering methodologies and expertise have allowed it to complete high-rise buildings, toll roads, bridges, power plants and water facilities of varying scale and complexity.

DMCI is at the forefront of building important and technically challenging structures that will improve lives, sustain communities and enable growth in the Philippines.

Presidential Security Group Station Hospital

Zeus

DLS-CSB ACADEMIC BUILDING 4

Imperium

Viridian

Buildings

The buildings business unit is essentially the first arm of DMCI, since its projects started from building houses, up until the construction of several multi-storey buildings. During its humble beginnings, most of the projects that DMCI worked on are hospitals, offices, and residential buildings.

 

Now, the Buildings business unit has grown tremendously. The advanced methodologies continue to make DMCI’s capabilities on building construction to be truly world-class.

 

From two storey houses, DMCI can now build vertical structures that go as high as 65 storeys, as well as substructures that go as deep as __ levels.

 

The Buildings Business unit contribute about ___ % to DMCI’s overall revenues and continues to remain as the top choice for many private building developers.

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Geronimo L. Punzal

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No Projects in 2001 - 2010

No Projects in 2011 - 2015

Xavier Nuvali Sports Center

Calaca 2x150

Calaca 2x135

Calaca 2x150

Energy

DMCI is recognized on expertise in the construction of different power plants which includes engineering, installation of equipment and construction. Quality and Efficiency are constantly measured in its line of works. Aboveboard Safety and Environmental standards are focused to be achieved unremarkably.   DMCI’s proven track record in construction works for power plant reverberates in numerous accomplished projects such as the Enron Pinamukan Plant, JG Summit Wartsila Power Plant, Malampaya Onshore Project and Mirant Panay Power Plant.

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Joffrey B. Gacula

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Project Name Project Type Year Project Owner
Xavier Nuvali Sports Center
Calaca 2x150
Calaca 2x135
Calaca 2x150

TPLEX

LRT2 Viaduct.

Calax

CCLEX

Skyway Stage 3

Infrastructure

DMCI persistently adhere to its commitment in contributing to nation building and development. As an established company in construction works on key public infrastructures, the company continuously serve to construct the essential structures and facilities aiming to ease the public lives.   DMCI delivered notable projects related to transportation such as Roads, Bridges, Railways, and gateway facilities such as Ports, Wharfs and Airports. Waterworks and Earthworks projects, across the Philippines. Dams and Flood Control, along with broad-range of Civil Works.   Portfolio includes fast-track projects such as the Carmen Bridge, the one-kilometer Magat Bridge, the Gibong Diversion Dam, the Narvacan Power Transmission Lines, interchanges on Manila’s main thoroughfare, LRT Line 1 North Extension Project and Trackworks on LRT-2 and Chiquita Unifrutti Wharf and Cold Storage Plant.

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Dwight A. Ta-ala

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Project Name Project Type Year Project Owner
TPLEX
LRT2 Viaduct.
Calax
CCLEX
Skyway Stage 3

La Mesa Dam

2012 PTP- Pasay Trenchless

Utilities and plants

DMCI strongly believes in building to help improve the quality of life of people. Part of the realization of this vision is the Company’s Utilities & Plants business unit, which specializes in the design and construction of structures that help modernize the utilities facilities in the country. The company ventured into this in the early 90s at the construction of transmission lines which traversed Tarlac to Pangasinan. At present time, the company is the top contracting partner of the key entities in the country who provide water and electricity to communities all throughout the country.

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Juan Jose C. Laragan

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Project Name Project Type Year Project Owner
La Mesa Dam
2012 PTP- Pasay Trenchless

Ready-mix concrete

Ready-mix concrete

Concrete Products

DMCI’s foundations rooted from its expertise on cement and cement products. Our founder, Engr. David M. Consunji has long worked in cement products even before he founded the company. However, its formal establishment as a working business unit was in 1988. DMCI was the first to develop 42 Mpa or 6000 psi High-Strength Concrete in the Philippines in 1990 and developed and utilized “retarded mortar” in 1998. It was also the first company in the country to make use of flyask and S-1 manufactured sand in concrete production. It had also earlier on used pre-cast, pre-stressed and high-strength ready mixed concrete. To date, DMCI is one of the companies who proactively look for innovative ways in using cement and cement products in construction.

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Francisco M. Zalameda

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Project Name Project Type Year Project Owner
Ready-mix concrete
Ready-mix concrete

Steel Fabrication

D.M. Consunji Inc. (DMCI) established its own structural steel fabrication plant which is located in Barangay Dacanlao, Calaca, Batangas. The plant stands on an 11.8 hectare of land, and has its own oxygen and acetylene area, sandblasting plant, trial assembly area and the main fabrication plant.   The Company initially invested Php 900 Mn (approximately USD$ 18 million) to construct this state-of-the-art facility, which is the first-ever steel fabrication plant ever put up in the country after nearly four decades (the last one was constructed in the 1980s)   The DMCI Steel Fabrication Plant can produce about 1500 tons of fabricated steel per month. As it was built to complement the group’s operations, the facility is capable of fabricating heavy steel sections for power plants, infrastructure and steel vertical structures.   Machine tool technology from globally-renowned suppliers, Peddinghaus Corp. and Voortman Steel Machinery were used. Steel is sourced mostly from South Korea, Japan and China.  

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Christopher R. Rodriguez

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Project Name Project Type Year Project Owner

Genset Lifting

Genset Lifting

Genset Lifting

Genset Lifting

Equipment Management

DMCI has the largest fleet of construction equipment in the country to date. This allows the company to deliver timely completion of its projects.

The Company has its own motorpool that maintains and services each equipment.

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Magdaleno O. Urriza

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Project Name Project Type Year Project Owner
Genset Lifting
Genset Lifting
Genset Lifting
Genset Lifting