Largest projects in the Philippine economy
The largest projects in the Philippine Economy includes both megaprojects, costing over $1 billion, and other large investment projects, typically costing between $10 million and $1 billion. Projects with investments below $10 million also may be included here, either as parts of larger projects, or in case of major international significance and media coverage. In case of projects involving new vehicle models, the cost of development is taken into account as well as the cost of production.
- Manila Light Rail Transit System (1980); Cost: $200 million Done
- Philippine National Railways expansion (expansion on hold since March 2011); Cost: $600 million
- Manila MRT Red Line (2012); Cost: $1 billion (approved)
- Manila LRT Purple Line expansion Cost: P 9.76 billion pesos (approved)
- Manila LRT Yellow Line expansion Cost: P 60 billion pesos (approved)
- UP Diliman AGT Cost: P 25 million pesos (under construction)
- Clark International Airport expansion (2007); Cost: $1.7 billion Done
- Clark International Airport hangar facility (2008); Cost: $ 22 million Done
- Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 1 (1981) Done
- Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2 (1998); Cost: $121 million Done
- Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 (2002); Cost: $640 million Done
- San Juanico Bridge (1973); Cost: $21.9 million Done
- Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 (2012); Cost: $395 million (under construction)
- Metro Manila Skybridge; Cost: $255 million (proposed)
- Marcos Highway renovation (2012); Cost: $22 million (under construction)
- North Luzon East Expressway; Cost: $190 million (proposed)
- Cavite-Laguna Expressway; Cost: $262 million (proposed)
Buildings and other infrastructure
- Entertainment City Manila (2007); Cost: $15 billion (under construction)
- PBCom Tower (2000); Cost: $74 million Done
- The Gramercy Residences (2012); Cost: $120 million (topping out)
- SMX Convention Center (2007); Cost: $20 million Done
- Centennial Tower (never constructed); Cost: $200 million
- Philippine Arena; Cost: $214 million (under construction)
- Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (1984); Cost: $2.3 billion; (completed but never fueled)
- San Roque Dam (2003); Cost: $1.19 billion Done
- Pantabangan Dam (1977); Cost: $20.74 million Done
- Angat Dam (1967); Cost: $82 million Done
- Ambuklao Dam (1956); Cost: $66 million Done
- Magat Dam (1982); Cost: $3.4 billion Done
- Burgos Windfarm (2014); Cost: $320 million (under construction)
- "RP, China break ground for Manila-Ilocos railway". Malaya. April 6, 2004.
- "Marubeni-DMCI bags MRT-7 deal". Philstar. May 16, 2012.
- "LRT 2 east extension project gets NEDA-ICC approval". ABS-CBN. May 21, 2012.
- Calimag, Melvin. "DOST to officially start work on UP monorail". Newsbytes Philippines. Retrieved March 6, 2012.
- Valmero, Anna. "DoST to develop electric-powered monorail for mass transport".
- Isip, Irma. "P14.4B earmarked for Ilocos wind farm". Retrieved March 16, 2012.