Infrastructure

Basic public facilities are the foundations of an economy. Roads, bridges, and railways that connect; seaports and airports that serve as gateways to the world; and, water distribution systems and dams that harness water for irrigation and power generation are all vital towards development and progress.

EEI Corporation has moved decisively to be involved in building such structures and components of systems that provide services that are needed by society. It has effectively developed its competencies to construct such vital infrastructure.

Throughout the years, EEI has built several bridges and hundreds of kilometers of national highways throughout the Philippines. The EDSA Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Project, along Metro Manila's most important road artery is a prime example of EEI’s expertise in infrastructure.

EEI was a major player in the construction of the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway, the South Luzon Expressway, the NAIA III Flyovers, the New Iloilo Airport, the Casecnan Irrigation Project, the Kamanava Flood Control and Bohol Irrigation Projects, and the LRT Line 1 Expansion Project.

As the Philippines continues to build the necessary structures that contribute to economic progress, EEI offers the same world-class capability that has made it one of the country's leading construction companies.



Finished Projects

MNTC
MNTC

EEI Corporation completed the civil works of Segment 9 for Manila North Tollways Corporation’s Harbor Link Project – a 2.4 kilometer stretch of a four-lane expressway from the SMART Connect Interchange to Macarthur Highway.

MWCI
10M Liters Capistrano Concrete Reservoir and Pump Station

EEI Corporation constructed for Manila Water a 10 million liter concrete reservoir and pump station – part of the Waterworks Taguig System – in Capistrano, Taguig City.

MICT
MICT Berth 6

EEI Corporation built for International Container Services Terminal, Inc. Berth 6 at the Manila International Container Terminal, South Access Road, Manila.

Gumain Bridge
Caulaman, Layac, and Gumain Bridge

These are the first bridges in the Philippines to use the ‘launching method’ which are among the several bridges constructed by EEI Corporation along the Subic-Clark Tarlac Expressway system.

Guadalupe
MRT Guadalupe Bridge

The MRT Guadalupe Bridge, a construction feat at its time, is a 135-meter long, 9.1 meter wide hanging bridge that connect the EDSA MRT tracks across the Pasig river. EEI undertook the civil, structural, and architectural works for the elevated trackway, commuter stations, and the depot. The highlight of this was the methodology employed to lift up a single piece which weighed 706 tons to a height of 8 meters using hydraulic jacks.

NAIA Skyway
NAIA Skyway

The NAIA Skyway Package IV-C involves the construction of a half kilometer, two-lane viaduct which leads to NAIA III.