Top Contractors in the Philippines

Do you know the common factors top contractors have in common? They are into diversity and solution oriented. When we created this post, we could see that along the way, they expanded their business and did not focus in building and construction alone. Some ventured into offering rental shoring and scaffolding equipment. Others added construction management. A few went into procurement.

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These are some of the best contractors and builders in the Philippines. They are the benchmark that every small and medium contractors aspires into. These contractors need to be recognized as they help in beautifying the country by building quality infrastructures.

Megawide Construction Corporation

Megawide Construction Corporation’s (MCC) vision would wake up the sleeping patriotism in you. MCC wants the Philippines to be a first-world country. Megawide Construction Corporation in partnership with the Philippine Government constructed the Mactan-Cebu Internal Airport and the Paranaque Integrated Terminal Exchange. One of its recent high impact projects is the construction of the new Carbon Market in Cebu City.

They are not just into construction but also has several business units including precast, ready mixed concrete, logistics and services, and formworks systems. They have successfully built quality residential towers, including commercial and offices nationwide.

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  • Main Office Location: #20 N. Domingo St., Brgy. Valencia, Quezon City
  • Contact Number: +63 (2) 8 655 1111

Makati Development Corporation

You can see in NCR its towering crane boasting the ‘MDC’ logo. Makati Development Corporation has been in the construction business for almost 50 years. With its five decades in the market, they have successfully completed billions of projects including leisure, high-rise residential and commercial projects. It is wholly owned subsidiary by the largest property developer in the Philippines, the Ayala Land, Inc.

They took the leap of faith on 2011 by gearing towards not just into construction and engineering, but including procurement, construction management. Thus, the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Construction Management (EPCCM) Company.

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  • Head Office Location: Radian Street, Arca South Estate Western Bicutan, Taguig City 1630
  • Trunkline: +63 (2) 7759-0800

D.M. Consunji, Inc. (DMCI)

Please refrain from remembering the former husband of the beauty queen. Kidding aside, D.M. Consunji, Inc. is one of the best construction companies in the Philippines. The company’s name was taken from its founder Engr. David M. Consunji.

They have been in the construction industry for 65 years. And in 65 years in the construction business, they have completed billions of dollars of projects and are known to be “Builder of Landmarks”. They have built landmark projects like cultural centers, theaters, hospitals, roads and expressways, high-end condominium towers and offices.

Engineering Equipment, Incorporated (EEI)

Engineering Equipment, Incorporated (EEI) was established in 1960s but has been in the construction business since 1931 thru its predecessor Engineering Equipment and Supply, Co. (EESCO). Back then, they were just into steel fabrication. Through perseverance and innovations, they were able to expand their business overseas. Right now, (EEI) has several subsidiaries which is involved in manpower recruitment, power, real states, construction scaffolding and others.

Engineering Equipment, Incorporated (EEI) has built several industrial including cement and power plants, refineries, railways, flood control systems, school, roads, and a lot more. You could say they are one of the leading contractors in the Philippines in terms of construction innovations. Right now, they geared towards green engineering by building solar carports and solar powered streetlights.

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  • Head Office Location: 12 Manggahan Street, Bagumbayan, Quezon City 1110, Philippines
  • Contact Number: (+632) 8-334-2677 (EEI-CORP) (+632) 8-635-0861
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Sta. Clara International Corporation

Founded in the 1976 as Sta. Clara Trading and Construction Company, they were originally into rental, equipment trading and minor construction works. Success found Sta. Clara International Corporation through the years as they successfully partake in the construction of the first hydro power with the longest tunnel.

For almost 46 solid years in the construction business, they paved their way to become one of the leading contractors in the Philippines. SCIC has contributed largely to the development of water industry including pumping stations, water treatment and sewage treatment plants, water reservoirs, electrical towers, and lot more.

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  • Head Office Location: Sta. Clara International Corporation, Highway 54 Plaza, 986 EDSA Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City, 1550 Philippines
  • Contact Number: (+632) 8706 5155, (+632) 8706 5156, (+632) 8706 5157
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DDT Konstract, Inc.

The company name was taken from its founder Engr. Danilo D. Tamayo. He braved to create his own company after he became jobless after the 1997 asian financial crisis. DDT Konstract, Inc. started small by building residential and commercial projects. With the exemplary output handling the small ones, they slowly was given with its breakthrough by partnering with the SM Group. One of its big ticket project is the SM Mall of Asia.

Currently, DDTKI are now one of the trusted contractors of the largest developers in the country including Filinvest Land, Ayala Land, SM and Robinsons Land. DDKTI just proved that when you properly handled tiny blessing with integrity, big ones will eventually follow.

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  • Head Office Location: Unit 401 4th Floor, Lancaster Hotel, #622 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, 1500 Philippines
  • Contact Number: (632) 571-8668 to 70

With the engineering sector getting more and more complicated through the years, these companies chose to ride the tide and welcome change. A mentality that every one should be reminded not to become stagnant to prosper.


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