MANILA BAY INTEGRATED FLOOD CONTROL, COASTAL DEFENSE AND EXPRESSWAY PROJECT

Project Description: 

The Project is in the northern coastline of Manila Bay that involves financing, design and construction of the following components:
a. City Flood Control in the coastal waters of Navotas City;
b. Coastal Sea Barrier through the northern part of Manila Bay covering the coastal areas of Bulacan, Pampanga and Bataan;
c. An expressway that will connect Bataan with Metro Manila and providing direct access to the provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga with a Concession Period of 50 years.

Project Objectives: 
  • To improve adaptive capacity against city coastal flooding of northwest Metro Manila;
  • To improve adaptive capacity against typhoon waves of the coastal zone in the northern part of Manila Bay;
  • To increase efficiency of logistics;
  • To provide space to accommodate urban growth and industrial development; and
  • To enhance the littoral ecological system of Manila Bay.
Project Concessionaire: 

 

Coastal Development Consortium (CDC)

consists of San Miguel Holdings Corporation (SMHC) and New San Jose Builders Inc. (NSJBI)

 

Project Cost: 

Php 399.66 Billion (constant costs in price levels of 2014)

  • City Flood Barrier – requires upfront investments in the amount of US$ 1.4 Billion (PhP 60.84 Billion).
  • Expressway – requires investments in the amount of US$ 0.9 Billion (PhP 40.36 Billion)
  • Coastal Barrier – requires investments up to US$ 5.4 Billion (PhP 237.02 Billion).
Project Status: 
  • The project is an unsolicited proposal first submitted by the New San Jose Builders Inc. (NSJBI) and proposed to be implemented through an alternative PPP Scheme under the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Law, particularly a Build-Gradual Transfer-Build-Operate-Transfer (BGT-BOT) hybrid modality.
  • DPWH submitted justifications to PPP Center, including the response of CDC to the major queries.
  • For evaluation. 
Project Alignment: 
Project Timeline: 
NEDA Board Approval4th Quarter 2017
Swiss Challenge4th Quarter 2017 - 1st Quarter 2018
Signing of Concession Agreement3rd Quarter 2018
Construction: City Flood Barrier2020 - 2023
                     Coastal Sea Barrier2024 - 2027
                     Expressway2023 - 2034
                     Reclamation2020 - 2069