EEI Corporation is recognized as one of the leading construction companies in the Philippines, known for the quality of its work and the excellence of its workforce. It has the broadest range of construction and engineering services, with expertise in the construction of large-scale heavy and light industrial projects, infrastructure, and property development projects all over the world.
Over the years, EEI has built several power plants, refineries, petrochemical plants, cement plants, mining facilities, industrial plants, buildings, schools, hospitals, roads, bridges, seaports, airports, railways, water distribution stations, flood control systems, steel structures and modular assemblies.
As such, it is a preferred contractor of global Engineering, Procurement and Construction Companies.
EEI Achieves Quadruple-A Rating
EEI Corporation is pleased to announce the upgrading by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB) of the category of its license from AAA to AAAA. The PCAB is the implementing board of the Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines under the Department of Trade and Industry which regulates the construction industry in the Philippines.
The quadruple-A category is the highest category rating that any licensed contractor can attain and is given to contractors who are deemed capable of undertaking large scale construction projects. Read More
DTI honors 2016 top exporters
THE Export Marketing Bureau (EMB) of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) recognized 20 of the country’s top-performing exporters during the recent National Export Congress (NEC), jointly organized by EMB, the Export Development Council (EDC) and Philippine Exporters Confederation Inc. (PhilExport). Read More
Leyte solar facility opens; DOE okays Tarlac Plant
PALO, Leyte: The Sulu Electric Power and Light Philippines Inc. (SEPALCO) and its partners unveiled on Thursday a 50-megawatt (MW) solar power facility in this town. Read More
San Miguel starts work on MRT-7
MANILA, Philippines - San Miguel Corp. (SMC) broke ground yesterday for the P69.3-billion Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) project, marking the start of the construction of the 23-kilometer elevated railway from North Avenue in Quezon City to San Jose del Monte in Bulacan. Read More
Tarlac solar delivers power
PetroSolar Corp., a joint-venture of PetroGreen Energy Corp. and EEI Power Corp., successfully synchronized the 50-megawatt Tarlac solar power project to the Luzon grid on Wednesday. Read More