Top 10 Best Construction Companies in the Philippines – GineersNow

Counting down the best and biggest Construction Companies in the Philippines
Top 10 Best Construction Companies in the Philippines
In an aim to build more infrastructure to alleviate traffic and trade across all regions, the construction sector has been one of the core focuses of the government since 2016.
This is where “Build Build Build” comes into play, a program that introduces the Duterte administration’s goal of propelling the country into becoming more developed and connected.
In 2022, President Bong Bong Marcos said that he will continue the “Build Build Build” program according to his inauguration speech.
A hundred infrastructure flagship projects are already underway as of February 17, 2020, with 38 of these handled by the Department of Public Works and Highway (DPWH) and 42 under the Department of Transportation (DOTr).
Of the many projects in the government’s infrastructure development plan, one of the big tickets is the Metro Manila Subway Project, managed by the DOTr and costing roughly 357 billion Philippine pesos.
The project is targeted to be completed in 2025, with the construction commencing in six to eight months from February 2020.
Other high-valued ventures in the pipeline that would start their construction in six to eight months are the PNR South long haul, North-South Commuter railway extensions (PNR North 2, PNR South commuter, New Manila International Airport, Taguig integrated terminal exchange, Bataan-Cavite interlink bridge, and Panay-Guimaras Negros bridge.
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The “Build Build Build” program has also significantly increased the number of building contractor licenses in the country.
Just before the global pandemic impacted the construction sector in the Philippines, about 1,000 permits were issued for specialty contractors, nearly 2,000 for trade contractors, 3,000 for general building, and almost 5,000 permits for general engineering contractors.
Since 2016, the number of building permits has also ramped up. There were about 24,400 permit issuances for non-residential buildings just before the pandemic hit the Philippine Construction industry.
On the other hand, the private sector’s motivation to constructing more buildings is inspired not only by the “Build Build Build” program but also by the income-generating potential in the real estate business.
In fact, by the end of 2018, the supply of condo units was higher in highly urbanized cities like Makati, Ortigas Center, and Fort Bonifacio compared to Araneta Center, Alabang, and Rockwell Center.
At a glance, here are the Top Best 10 Construction Companies in the Philippines:
Here are the details, links, and video profiles of the best construction companies in the Philippines:
A wholly-owned subsidiary of real-estate giant, Ayala Land, Inc., Makati Development Corporation (MDC) is among the leading Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Construction Management (EPCCM) company in the country. It is an ISO-certified corporation and a Quadruple A Platinum contractor, spanning 45 years of experience in building residential, commercial, industrial and infrastructure projects.
By adhering to the core execution principles of Safety, Quality, Cost Efficiency, Timely Delivery, and Sustainability, MDC boasts an impressive and extensive portfolio of projects that is built upon the company’s passion for excellent customer service and mirror its vision of being a World Class Builder of Choice.
Office: MDC Corporate Center, Radian Street, Arca South Estate, Western Bicutan, Taguig City 1630, Metro Manila, Philippines

Led by the mission to be at the forefront of building a First-World Philippines through engineering excellence and innovation, Megawide Construction Corporation is among the country’s most progressive infrastructure conglomerates. It has a decisive portfolio not only in Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) but also in Renewable Energy, Airport Infrastructure, and Progressive Property Development.
A partner of the Philippine government through the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program, Megawide’s revolutionary construction and engineering solutions continue to shape the industry as it integrates its comprehensive EPC capabilities with innovative construction support technologies, including concrete batching, precast, and formwork systems.
Office: 20 N. Domingo St., Brgy. Valencia, Quezon City 1112, Metro Manila, Philippines

Pioneered the application of advanced engineering technology in Philippine construction, DM Consunji, Inc. has been known up until today as the country’s “Builder of Landmarks.” It first started as a small company in Pandacan, Manila and over the years, had earned the reputation of on-schedule completion of works without compromising quality.
After over 65 years of trusted service in the field of engineering, DMCI has been recognized and awarded for its world-class performance. Among its numerous awards include the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards, 2017 Trusted Brand Award, 52nd Anvil Awards, and BCI Asia 2018, to name a few.
Office: DMCI Plaza Building, 2281 Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Barangay Magallanes, Makati, 1231 Metro Manila, Philippines

Best known for the quality of its work and the excellence of its workforce, EEI Corporation is distinguished as one of the leading construction companies in the Philippines. It boasts of the broadest range of construction and engineering services, with expertise not only in the construction of large-scale heavy and light industrial projects but also in property development projects and infrastructure across the globe.
Over the years, EEI has made its mark in airports, seaports, railways, and hospitals, on top of building power plants, refineries, petrochemical plants, cement plants, mining facilities, and industrial plants. As such, the company has been one of the preferred contractor of Engineering, Procurement and Construction Companies in the Philippines.
Office: 12 Manggahan St., Bagumbayan, Quezon City 1110, Philippines

As a leading full-service engineering, construction, development and management enterprises in the Philippines, Sta. Clara International Corporation is among the Philippines’ prime partners in nation-building. The company believes that construction works greatly contribute to the country’s progress and development, so they aim to continue delivering legacy projects with the highest standards of quality and safety.
Apart from its numerous domestic projects, Sta. Clara International Corporation also has overseas operations, serving the Power and Utilities, Infrastructure and Civil Engineering sectors. As such, it has been awarded its Quadruple A License in 2017 and is celebrating over 40 years of existence in the industry.
Office: Sta. Clara International Corporation Highway 54 Plaza 986 EDSA Wack-Wack Mandaluyong City 1550 Philippines

Providing infrastructure solutions and support services for the energy, resources, and industrial sectors, Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific Company of Manila, Inc. also modularizes infrastructure for refineries, and LNG export and import facilities, as well as for power, petrochemical, and mining plants. Apart from this, the company offers a full range of integrated engineering, fabrication, module assembly, and construction services.
With over 12 decades of experience, the firm assures clients of both cost-efficacy and leverage to control construction schedules, thereby ramping up their ability to complete the projects faster than planned.
Office: Tower 2, Insular Life Corporate Center Insular Life Drive, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang Muntinlupa City, 1781, Philippines

A leader in the Philippine construction industry for 20 years now, DDT Konstract, Inc. caters to all types of general building construction and puts emphasis on the efficiency of direct production. The company complies with all requirements of the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board in terms of financial and technical capabilities and has been granted a license with Category “AAAA” for General Building and General Engineering.
As evidenced by the numerous completed projects owned and managed by foreigners and local developers, DDT Konstract, Inc. continues to deliver any project safely, on time, with quality, and resulting to good business to all.
Office: Lancaster Hotel, #622 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City 1500, Philippines

DATEM, Inc. is among of the prominent construction firms in the country, accredited as a Quadruple A contractor by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB), the implementing agency of the Construction Industry Association of the Philippines (CIAP). It boasts of over 35 years of experience in the industry and offers value-driven engineering services through the combination of innovation, technical expertise, and technology.
From pioneering in the use of precast wall system to becoming one of the most trusted general contractors in the country, DATEM has dramatically grown thanks to its impressive portfolio that spans across a wide variety of industries and its partnerships with pivotal players in key industries.
Office: DATEM Building 99 Mindanao Avenue, Bgy. Bahay Toro Quezon City, Philippines 1106

A leading builder of quality homes and medium-rise developments in the Philippines, MDC BuildPlus, Inc. (MDC BP) caters to MDC’s housing, medium-rise, and fit-out construction requirements and provides full-line engineering, procurement, construction, and construction management (EPC/CM) services for Avida, Amaia and Bellavita, all of which are residential brands of Ayala Land, Inc. The company also manages construction of various MDC projects in the Western Visayas region, specifically in Bacolod and Iloilo.
Providing value-added and fully-integrated construction and fit-out services for its clients, MDC BP also offers fit out services, building modern and suitable interior spaces for residential and office developments.
Office: Avida Parkfield Settings Pulilan Brgy. Taal, Pulilan, Bulacan

A 100% Filipino capitalized corporation, Monolith Construction & Development Corporation has been established and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission since November 1990.  It has grown from undertaking small warehouse, residential, and commercial projects in the late 1980s to building numerous high-rise condominiums, low-rise commercial buildings, townhouses, shopping malls, hotels, a 4.4-hectare convention center, and a sports arena to date.
To produce high-quality structures geared towards satisfying clients, Monolith follows a strict company policy of personalized service, systematic planning, time-efficient and cost-saving construction methodology, safe working conditions, and healthy working relationship.
Office: 10F MPIRE CENTER 93 West Ave. Brgy. Bungad Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
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