MANILA BAY INTEGRATED FLOOD CONTROL, COASTAL DEFENSE AND EXPRESSWAY PROJECT

Project Description: 

The Project is 62km located 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: 

This project aims to:

  • improve adaptive capacity against city coastal flooding of northwest Metro Manila;
  • improve adaptive capacity against typhoon waves of the coastal zone in the northern part of Manila Bay;
  • increase efficiency of logistics;
  • provide space to accommodate urban growth and industrial development; and
  • 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                                                P  60.84 Billion

·         Expressway                                                           40.36 Billion

·         Coastal Barrier                                                   237.02 Billion

·         Development Cost                                                 8.45 Billion

·         Detailed Engineering Design (DED) Cost                 8.45 Billion

·         Financing Cost                                                     9.02 Billion

·         Contingency                                                     35.51 Billion

Project Status: 
  • For evaluation of NEDA-ICC
Project Alignment: