ARRC – Global Gateway Integrated Multi-Modal Transport and Logistics Hub – Cavite - Project Profile
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All-Asia Resources and Reclamation Corporation (ARRC), is planning to undertake the construction of Philippine Global Gateway in Cavite, The Philippines.
The project involves development of an Integrated and Multi-Modal Transport and Logistics Hub, which includes an International Airport, Seaport and Special Economic Zone and will be situated on three islands totaling about 2,980ha.
- Airport (Rehabilitation of Philippine Air Force’s Danilo Atienza Airbase): The airport will be developed on a site area of 1,370ha featuring two terminals, 3,800m runway with a width of 60m suitable to accommodate Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8F aircraft, dual runway system. The airport would be developed on a total floor area of 890,000m2 to accommodate 90 million passengers per year.
- Seaport (Referred as Aguinaldo-Sangley International Seaport): The seaport will be developed on a site area of 240.6ha and is planned to be implemented as five phases. The seaport features container and vehicle, general cargo and break bulk, dry bulk, and liquid handling facilities including total quay wall length of 3,680m, 3 Oil Berths, tank farm, road and bridge connection to Mainland over 2,975m, 215,000m2 CFS Building, covered dry bulk storage facility and administration and workshop buildings.
Seaport will be built in five phases. The phase I is scheduled to be completed by 2022, phase II by 2027, phase III by 2033, phase IV by 2039 and phase V by 2043.
- Special economic zone (SEZ): The SEZ will be developed on 1,274ha of land featuring 3,395m road and bridge connection to the Mainland, buildings on 305.7ha of land, internal road network between the Seaport and SEZ. It is expected to be operational in 2022.
Grand Project Alliance Enterprise Inc., Solar Resources Inc and Domestic Satellite Phillipines were appointed as associated developers for the project.
Aexxell has been appointed as the stratagic and project management advisor, Ramboll as study consultant and planning advisor, Copenhagen Airports and Hamburg Port Consulting as airport and seaport consultant for the proposed project.
GMP will act as planner, engineer and architect, Deutsche bank as financial advisor. SELEX Sistemi Integrati and Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles (CAF) as material, equipment and system partners, Royal Boskalis Westminster and Van Oord appointed as the Reclamation technical contractor and HOCHTIEF Aktiengesellschaft and Rizzani de Eccher S.p.A. as contractors for the project
In January 2013, the ARRC submitted letter of intent (LOI) to undertake the projects to the Department of Transportation and Communications and the Public records Act (PRA). In July 2014, ARRC has received mixed reviews on the proposed project.
In September 2014, Japan International Cooperation Agency’s (JICA) has started a full feasibility study on the proposed project.
In November 2014, the government has revived the proposal for the conversion of former United States naval station Sangley Point to an international airport and seaport which claimed to be long overdue in September 2016.
On October 29, 2016, Belle Corp has signed the shareholders agreement to develop the project.
China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has also signed an agreement to be as investor, contractor and financier for the project.
In November 2016, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has expressed support to the land reclamation project.
The project is under review by Department of Transportation (DOTr), National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board and other concerned agencies. Subject to the attainment of necessary approvals, construction is expected to commence in 2017 and the entire project is scheduled for completion in 2043.
The project involves development of an Integrated and Multi-Modal Transport and Logistics Hub which includes an International Airport, Seaport and Special Economic Zone and will be situated on three islands totaling about 2,980ha in Cavite, The Philippines.
The US$26,804 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an airport to accommodate 90 million passengers per year
a. Construction of two terminals
b. Construction of 3,800m runway with a width of 60m
2. Construction of a seaport
a. Construction of 3,680m quay wall
b. Construction of 3 Oil Berths
c. Construction of tank farm
d. Construction of 215,000m2 CFS Building
e. Construction of administration and workshop buildings
3. Construction of Special economic zone (SEZ) on 1,274ha of land