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The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) is planning to undertake the expansion of Bacolod-Silay International airport in Negros Occidental, the Philippines.
The project involves the expansion of runway from 2,002x45m to 2,500x45m and the terminal building space from 6,187m2 to 41,900m2 area. The expansion will be implemented in the three phases.
The project includes an expansion of its apron from 25,300m2 to 130,000m2 area, construction of other related facilities and the installation of new operational and technology systems.
Once complete, the airport will feature a runway increased by 500m and its passenger terminal building by 35,713m, and its apron by 104,700m.
In September 2014, DOTC approved expansion plans for Bacolod-Silay International airport to be implemented under an Operate-Add-Transfer scheme with the private sector investments.
In October 2014, National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board has approved the proposed project.
In December 2014, DOTC issued pre-qualification for development, operations and maintenance of the project on July 27, 2015, as the submission deadline.
On June 19, 2015, The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) has released bidding guidelines for the development as well as operation and maintenance (O&M).
In September 2015, Five consortiums namely Filinvest-Jatco-Sojitz Consortium, GMR Infrastructure and Megawide Consortium, Maya Consortium a partnership between Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. and VINCI Airports, Philippine Airports Consortium a partnership between Metro Pacific Investment Corporation and Philippine Airports Management Company, and San Miguel Holdings Company-IIAC Airport Consortium has qualified to bid for the project.
Bids were cancelled.
In January 24, 2017, DOTC issued fresh pre-qualification for development, operations and maintenance of the project.
The five previously pre qualified contractors would directly participate in the main tender process as pre qualified contractors.
In May 2017, DOTC terminated the PPP mode of procurement for the project as it will pursue the expansion project by securing funds from official development assistance (ODA) or from its annual budget, the General Appropriations Act (GAA).
DOTC is in the process of securing funds for the project.
The project involves the construction of additional infrastructure at Bacolod-Silay International airport located in Silay City, Negros Occidental, the Philippines.
The US$431 million project includes the following:
1. Expansion of passenger terminal building from 6,187m2 to 41,900m2 area
2. Expansion of apron from 25,300m2 to 130,000m2 area
3. Expansion of airport runway from 2,002x45m to 2,500x45m
4. Construction of related facilities
5. Installation of new operational and technology systems