The project which will be financed by the Asian Development Bank is targeted for completion in three years.
EEI said the rail line will become a key transport infrastructure that will link Metro Manila to the airport in Clark and is one of the priority projects identified by the Department of Transportation.
With 89 years of expertise in the construction of infrastructure, buildings, and industrial and electromechanical facilities in different parts of the world, EEI’s major projects include the Metro Rail Transit Line 7, Metro Manila Subway, Metro Manila Skyway, and New Bohol Airport. T
EEI takes pride in its quadruple-A rating as a general engineering contractor, the highest rating for contractors issued by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board under the Department of Trade and Industry.
Its partner, Acciona has been operating in the country since 2016 starting with the Putatán II water treatment plant. It is currently developing the 650-meter long Cebu-Cordova cable-stayed bridge in the Philippines which will link Cebu City and Mactan International Airport.