Projects

The company has been known up until today as the country's "Builder of Landmarks" and is known to pioneer the application of advanced engineering technology in Philippine construction. Through the years, DMCI has completed close to a thousand projects to date.

Church of the Holy Sacrifice (1955)

Church of the Holy Sacrifice (1955)

Cultural Center of the Philippines (1969)

Cultural Center of the Philippines (1969)

The home of Philippine Culture and the Arts. An example of early application of pre-cast and pre-stressed concrete.

PROJECT OWNER: Ayala Land, Inc.

ADDRESS: Manila City, Philippines

PROJECT TYPE: Cultural Center

The Folk Arts Theater (1974)

The Folk Arts Theater (1974)

From pile driving and almost 90% pre-cast, this 10,000 seating capacity theater was built for the 1974 Miss Universe Beauty Pagent, and other performances succeedingly. It was completed in only 77 days.
DMCI ability to finish tightly-scheduled projects on time made a big impression on Mrs. Marcos and convinces her to entrust other projects like the PICC and the Philippine Plaza Hotel to DMCI.

The Manila Hotel (1976)

The Manila Hotel (1976)

Originally built before the war, and from the original 5-storey structure, a 21-storey concrete building was added to accommodate 630 luxury rooms. It is the oldest premier hotel in the Philippines, restored with the best of Philippine wood (Narra). The total floor area of the new hotel, including the renovated original structure is 68,000sq.m.

Philippine International Convention Center (1976)

Philippine International Convention Center (1976)

This state of the art facility designed by Leandro Locsin was built on 20,000 pre-stressed piles, considered to be most in one single project. The sprawling convention center is made up of a number of interconnected structures. A project of this size would normally take three years or more to finish, considering that DMCI was also doing two large hotels at the same time. The PICC was undertaken in only 23 months.

Pichache Building

Pichache Building

Manila Doctors Hospital

Manila Doctors Hospital

ADDRESS: United Nations Avenue, Manila

Rockwell Business District

Rockwell Business District

ADDRESS: Rockwell, Makati City

168 Residences

168 Residences

PROJECT TYPE: Buildings

NAIA Expressway

NAIA Expressway

TPLEX

TPLEX

PROJECT TYPE: Infrastructure

Skyway Stage 3

Skyway Stage 3

Skyway Stage 3 is an extension of the existing Skyway Stage 2 from Buendia in Makati City. This extends the elevated highway to the North Luzon Expressway. DMCI serves as contractor to Sections 1 and 2 of the project, which is owned by Citra Metro Manila Expressway, which spans from Buendia in Makati to Beata in Pandacan, Manila.

The project started in 2017 and is expected to be completed in 2020.

PROJECT TYPE: infrastructure

Cavite-Laguna Expressway

Cavite-Laguna Expressway

ADDRESS: Mamplasan, Binan to Silang, Cavite

PROJECT TYPE: Infrastructure

LRT Line 2 East Extension Project

LRT Line 2 East Extension Project

PROJECT OWNER: Department of Transportation

ADDRESS: Santolan to Masinag

PROJECT TYPE: Infrastructure

North South Commuter Railway (NSCR) Project

North South Commuter Railway (NSCR) Project

PROJECT OWNER: Department of Transportation

ADDRESS: Solis, Manila to Marilao, Bulacan

CCLEx Project

CCLEx Project

PROJECT TYPE: Infrastructure

Presidential Security Group Hospital

Presidential Security Group Hospital

ADDRESS: MalacaƱang Park, San Miguel, Manila

PROJECT TYPE: Buildings