Over the years, DMCI has left its mark on a multitude building projects and structures in the Philippines and abroad. DMCI built its legacy and solid reputation on enduring values of excellence, high standards of quality and completed projects on or ahead of schedule. DMCI continues to undertake new construction techniques and using new products and processes. With more than 5 decades of solid track record, we build our world-class expertise and extensive portfolio in high-rise and commercial building construction.
To date, DMCI has constructed the largest number of commercial establishments, high-rise offices and residential condominiums and infrastructure projects in the Philippines, as it has literally created today’s Makati Central Business and Ortigas Center financial districts, and continues to do so. For the Ayala Corporation; the Ayala Triangle Tower I, the Philippine Stock Exchange Plaza and Roxas Triangle; For major Banking Headquarters, the Fareast Bank, Citibank, Urban Bank, Equitable Bank, BPI and UCPB bank; Five Star Hotels, the Shangri-la’s Mactan Resort & Spa and Makati Shangri-la Hotel, Manila, the Westin Philippine Plaza, the Manila Hotel and the Hyatt Hotel; for large Commercial Malls, the SM Megamall, the Glorietta 4 Mixed-use development, the Alabang Town Center; for high-end condominiums, Five Rockwell Condominium Towers, the country’s single largest high-rise project to date.
In infrastructure, its portfolio includes fast-track projects such as the Carmen Bridge, the one-kilometer Magat Bridge, the Gibong Diversion Dam, the Narvacan Power Transmission Lines, the three interchanges on Manila’s main thoroughfare and recently, the ongoing LRT Line 1 North Extension Project and Trackworks on LRT-2 and Chiquita Unifrutti Wharf and Cold Storage Plant. In the industrial sector, notable of these are; Five Semiconductors Facilities namely, Intel, NEC, Analog Device, Motorola and Philips; Enron Power Plant in Subic and Pinamucan, Batangas and recently the Panay Power Plant and Dingle Power in Iloilo.
Foreign governments and corporations have likewise tapped DMCI for large scale projects. The US Navy hangar in Subic. In addition, DMCI has constructed or has served as a significant contractor in a number of projects abroad.
Among these are the construction of: the Istana Nurul Iman (The Royal Palace) in the Sultanate of Brunei; numerous bridges along the Zalim-Halban Highway in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; and interchanges and bridges along the King Faisal Motorway in the State of Kuwait; and huge irrigation structure in the Kirkuk-Adhaim Irrigation Project in Iraq.
As a result of its excellence in contracting, DMCI has received a number of awards. In 1992, DMCI was named “Outstanding Contractor in Building” at the inaugural Philippine Construction Industry Awards. In addition, DMCIhas received a certificate of appreciation from the U.S. Department of Navy and Safety Awards from Flour Daniels Corporation for two million accident-free man-hours at the Shell Petroleum Corporation’s STAR project.