Sector Expertise: TRANSPORT SYSTEM      

EDCOP's involvement in transportation projects dates back in the early 60's with the construction of NAIA terminal building.

For the last four decades EDCOP has been active in transport projects including airports, light and heavy rails, roads, bridges, and ports.

EDCOP is the leading local consulting firm. We have been involved in several feasibility studies, engineering design and construction supervision, in association with leading consulting firms on airports.



Roads & Highway
Feeder & Access Roads
Transport Terminals & Depots
Ports and Harbors
Railway Systems


Some of Projects Undertaken

(in association with Japan Airport Consultants, Inc.)

Project calls for the construction management and engineering services for the second terminal building of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). Aside from the building the consultant is also responsible for the associated improvements for the parking apron, taxiway, drainage system and sewage treatment.

Detailed design review and revision architectural, civil, mechanical, electrical, structural, and environmental; comprehensive surveys - topo , route, hydrologic; bid and construction drawings; cost and quantity estimates; technical specifications.



(in association with Pacific Consultants International Katahira & Engineers International Nippon Koei Co., Ltd. Phillipp's , Design Science, PKII Engineers, TCGI Engineers, JF Cancio , DCCD, Proconsult , Filipina Dravo , Angel Lazaro )

Subic-Clark- Tarlac Expressway Project is financed under the JBIC special loan through the BCDA. The project consists of 4-lane, two (2) road sections, namely the Subic-Clark- Tarlac Expressway ad the North Luzon Tollway Extension, totaling 91 kms .

As an integrated whole, the project is designed to provide the shortest, direct and efficient link among vital development areas in Central Luzon more specifically among three prime economic zones, the Subic Bay Special Economic and Freeport Zone in Zambales , the Clark Special Economic Zone in Pampanga and the Hacienda Luisita Industrial Park in Tarlac . It will also serve as an alternate route to the lahar -threatened Gapan -San Fernando- Olongapo Road.


(In association with PCI, Japan Railway, FILDRAVO, DEMCOR, TCGI, JF CANCIO)

The project involves the Phase II capacity expansion for the existing LRT Line 1. It is a 15.4 km elevated line with 18 stations running north to south along the Taft-Rizal corridor from Baclaran in Pasay City to Monumento in Kaloocan City in Metro Manila.

The expanded capacity Line 1 was deemed adequate for a number of years of stand-alone operations. However, the on-going construction projects for Manila Lines 2 and 3 necessitate an urgent need for further capacity expansion as required to support operations of an integrated 3-line network. The Phase II expansion will increase the passenger carrying capacity of Line 1 to 40,000 passengers per hour per direction ( pphpd ).

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