PPP.brochure April2011

download PPP.brochure April2011

of 21

  • date post

    10-Mar-2015
  • Category

    Documents

  • view

    110
  • download

    0

Embed Size (px)

Transcript of PPP.brochure April2011

PHILIPPINESProgram and Projects

PHILIPPINE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) PROGRAMThe 1987 Philippine Constitution recognizes the private sector as the governments partner in development. Its role as the main engine of growth and development has been most prominent in critical infrastructure and development projects that can best be undertaken through PublicPrivate Partnerships (PPPs). It is through this partnership with the private sector that government, with its limited resources, addressed the power crisis in the early 1990s under Executive Order No. 215, series of 1987, which, through the Build-Operate-and-Transfer (BOT) Law, later evolved into other forms of PPPs aimed at meeting the infrastructure requirements of a growing economy. The Philippines has been one of the countries which successfully brought to fruition real publicprivate partnership. The extensive use of project finance or limited recourse financing manifests the private sectors interest even for infrastructure projects which traditionally relied on direct government interventions to get implemented, given a conducive policy and regulatory regime to entrepreneurial initiatives. While we cannot claim that our current policy regime offers the best incentives, still we believe, that notwithstanding the points for improvement, it has been instrumental in encouraging private sector participation in infrastructure development. In an effort to keep pace with the globalization of trade and services, the Philippine government has broadened the investment opportunities in the area of infrastructure development for the private sector. Now under the streamlined PPP Program, the former Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Program, which offered vast investment opportunities under the BOT scheme and all its variants, has been expanded to include joint venture agreements, concession arrangements, lease and affermage, among others. More than a change in name, the new PPP Program offers a more holistic approach towards infrastructure development.

PPP PROJECTS FOR INVESTMENT NAIA EXPRESSWAY PHASE IIPROJECT BRIEF The project will link Skyway and Manila-Cavite Coastal Expressway. It will provide vital access to NAIA Terminals 1, 2, and 3. Economic zones in Cavite Province will benet through easier and faster transporta on of products to NAIA as well as Manila Port through this link and the NLEx-SLEx Link Expressway. The project has a total length of 5.19 kilometers with four (4) lanes. ESTIMATED PROJECT COST PHP 10.59 Billion USD 235.33 Million MODE OF PROCUREMENT SolicitedPUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP CENTER (PPP CENTER)Philamer C. Torio Executive Director pctorio@ppp.gov.ph Cosette V. Canilao Deputy Executive Director cvcanilao@ppp.gov.ph Ronaldo F Corpus . Director IV Project Development Service rfcorpus@ppp.gov.ph Rina P Alzate . Director III Project Development Service rpalzate@ppp.gov.ph Telephone Numbers (632) 896.4697 (632) 897.6826

TENTATIVE PROJECT SCHEDULEAc vity Submission to NEDA NEDA Review and Approval Publica on of Invita on to Bid Procurement and Bidding Target Bid Date Detailed Design and Construc on Date 1st week of May 2011 4th week of May 2011 End of May 2011 June - August 2011 September 2011 October 2011 - September 2014

Fax Number (632) 896.8452

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS (DPWH)Rogelio L. Singson Secretary

NAIA Expressway Phase II

Catalina E. Cabral Assistant Secretary Rebecca T. Garsuta OIC - Project Director Telephone Numbers (632) 304.3300 (632) 304.3319 (632) 304.3762 Fax Numbers (632) 304.3020 (632) 304.3033 (632) 304.3824 Bonifacio Drive, Port Area Manila www.dpwh.gov.ph

PPP PROJECTS FOR INVESTMENT NLEX-SLEX CONNECTORPROJECT BRIEF The project involves the construc on of 13.4 km. 4-lane elevated expressway over the Philippine Na onal Railway (PNR) right-of-way which starts at Caloocan City and ends at Maka City. The project aims to close the gap and complete the north-south Luzon industrial beltway transport axis by connec ng NLEx and SLEx. The project will contribute to decongest Metro Manila trac, par cularly EDSA and provide a 24-hour access to Manila ports by providing faster, safer and comfortable means of transport facility. ESTIMATED PROJECT COST PHP 21 Billion USD 477 Million MODE OF PROCUREMENT UnsolicitedPUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP CENTER (PPP CENTER)Philamer C. Torio Executive Director pctorio@ppp.gov.ph Cosette V. Canilao Deputy Executive Director cvcanilao@ppp.gov.ph Ronaldo F Corpus . Director IV Project Development Service rfcorpus@ppp.gov.ph Rina P Alzate . Director III Project Development Service rpalzate@ppp.gov.ph

CALOOCAN

TO NLEX

PNR ROW MAKATI

Telephone Numbers (632) 896.4697 (632) 897.6826 Fax Number (632) 896.8452

*INDICATIVE BIDDING SCHEDULE Ac vityIssued Original Proponent Status to MPTDC Informed NEDA of issuance of Original Proponent status to MPTDC and requested conrma on of the Reasonable Rate of Return NEDA review of documents and inform DPWH of the indica ve Rate of Return Nego a on between DPWH and MPTDC Submission to NEDA of the results of nego a on NEDA review and approval Original Proponent to no fy DPWH of its acceptance of the terms and condi ons of NEDA approval Publica on of Invita on for Compara ve Proposals Issuance of Request for Proposal and Bid Documents Pre-bid Conference Submission of Compara ve Proposals Evalua on of Qualica on Documents (1st Envelope) Evalua on of Technical Proposal (2nd Envelope) Evalua on of Financial Proposal (3rd Envelope) Announcement of Winning Bid Issuance of No ce of Award Compliance of the Winning Bidder of NEDA Condi ons Contract Execu on Issuance of No ce to Commence and Contract Implementa on

DateApril 4, 2011 April 15, 2011 April 18-29, 2011 May 3 - June 3, 2011 June 6, 2011 June 7-18, 2011 June 21-23, 2011 June 24 - July 7, 011 July 8, 2011 July 18, 2011 November 8, 2011 November 9-16, 2011 November 17-23, 2011 November 24-30, 2011 December 1, 2011 December 1-5, 2011 December 6-16, 2011 December 17-19, 2011 January 4, 2012

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND HIGHWAYS (DPWH)Rogelio L. Singson Secretary Catalina E. Cabral Assistant Secretary Rebecca T. Garsuta OIC - Project Director Telephone Numbers (632) 304.3300 (632) 304.3319 (632) 304.3762 Fax Numbers (632) 304.3020 (632) 304.3033 (632) 304.3824 Bonifacio Drive, Port Area Manila www.dpwh.gov.ph

*The indicative dates and milestones are estimated target dates only and may be subject to change, depending on prevailing circumstances and project conditions. These dates may be extended as necessary, in the event of a force majeure, or other intervening events, which are beyond the control of the PPP Center of the Philippines.

PPP PROJECTS FOR INVESTMENT PRIVATIZATION OF LRT 1 & MRT 3 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCEPROJECT BRIEF The project aims to priva ze the opera on and maintenance of LRT Line 1 and MRT Line 3 for a period of 5 years under a service contract (including repair and rehabilita on of rolling stocks). ESTIMATED PROJECT COST USD 62.8 Million MODE OF PROCUREMENT Solicited TENTATIVE PROJECT SCHEDULEPUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP CENTER (PPP CENTER)Philamer C. Torio Executive Director pctorio@ppp.gov.ph Cosette V. Canilao Deputy Executive Director cvcanilao@ppp.gov.ph Ronaldo F Corpus . Director IV Project Development Service rfcorpus@ppp.gov.ph Rina P Alzate . Director III Project Development Service rpalzate@ppp.gov.ph Telephone Numbers (632) 896.4697 (632) 897.6826

Ac vity Tender period Bid Submission Contract Award Service contract administra on

Date April - August 2011 July 11, 2011 August 2011 September 2011 - September 2016

Fax Number (632) 896.8452

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS (DOTC)Ruben S. Reinoso, Jr. Undersecretary Policy, Planning & Project Management rsr@dotc.gov.ph benny.reinoso@gmail.com Telephone Number (632) 723.1580 Fax Number (632) 727.7948 The Columbia Tower Ortigas Avenue, Barangay Wack-wack Mandaluyong City 1555 www.dotc.gov.ph

PPP PROJECTS FOR INVESTMENT DAANG HARI - SLEX LINK ROADPROJECT BRIEF The Project is a new 4 kilometer, 4-lane paved toll road that will pass through the New Bilibid Prison reserva on that will connect Bacoor, Cavite to the South Luzon Expressway near the Susana Heights area. The proposed new linkage will complement the Cavite-Laguna-East-West highway and will address the requirement for addi onal access between Metro Manila and Cavite where rapid urbaniza on and consequent worsening of trac situa on is being experienced. The Project components include two (2) overpasses, four (4) local roads, one (1) undercrossing, one (1) rotunda and drainage structures. ESTIMATED PROJECT COST PHP 1.40 Billion USD 31.11 Million MODE OF PROCUREMENT SolicitedBACOOR SUSANA HEIGHTS ALABANGMUNTINLUPA

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP CENTER (PPP CENTER)Philamer C. Torio Executive Director pctorio@ppp.gov.ph Cosette V. Canilao Deputy Executive Director cvcanilao@ppp.gov.ph Ronaldo F Corpus . Director IV Project Development Service rfcorpus@ppp.gov.ph Rina P Alzate . Director III Project Development Service rpalzate@ppp.gov.ph Telephone Numbers (632) 896.4697 (632) 897.6826 Fax Number (632) 896.8452

DAANG-HARI

DAANGHARI SLEX LINK

SLEX

*INDICATIVE BIDDING SCHEDULE Ac vityPublica on of Invita on to Bid Release of Pre-qualica on Documents and List of Requirements Deadline for Submission of Pre-Qualica on Documents Announcement of Qualied Bidders Issuance of Request for Proposal Pre-Bid Conference Submission of Bids - Technical (1st Envelope) and Financial (2nd Envelope) Opening of Technical Bid (1 Envelope) Announcement of Qualied Technical Bids Opening of Financial Bid (2 Envelope) Announcement of Winning Bid Issuance of No ce of Award Contract Execu on Issuance of No ce to Commence Implementa on and Contract Implementa onnd st

DateMay 30, 201