1. San Miguel taps Singapore, Paris terminal builders for New Manila Airport  ABS-CBN News
  2. SMC names three global firms to design, build P734-B Bulacan airport  INQUIRER.net
  3. SMC taps 3 firms behind Changi to design, build P734-billion Bulacan airport - Lorenz S. Marasigan  Business Mirror
  4. SMC taps 3 foreign partners for Bulacan airport  Philippine Star
  5. SMC taps 3 foreign firms to design new airport  BusinessWorld Online
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San Miguel said it engaged Groupe ADPi, Meinhardt Group and Jacobs for the P734-billion project, which recently hurdled a 'Swiss challenge' for unsolicited proposals due to a lack of rival bids. San Miguel said it engaged Groupe ADPi, Meinhardt Group and Jacobs for the P734-billion project, which recently hurdled a 'Swiss challenge' for unsolicited proposals due to a lack of rival bids.

San Miguel taps Singapore, Paris terminal builders for New Manila Airport | ABS-CBN News

Three international firms — Groupe ADPi, Meinhardt Group and Jacobs — have been commissioned by the country’s largest conglomerate to design and build the proposed P734-billion New Manila International Airport in Bulacan.Three international firms — Groupe ADPi, Meinhardt Group and Jacobs — have been commissioned by the country’s largest conglomerate to design and build the proposed P734-billion New Manila International Airport in Bulacan.

SMC names three global firms to design, build P734-B Bulacan airport

Food-to-infrastructure conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) is tapping three international companies involved in building world-class airports to design and construct its P734-billion airport project in Bulacan. Food-to-infrastructure conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) is tapping three international companies involved in building world-class airports to design and construct its P734-billion airport project in Bulacan. by Richmond Mercurio

SMC taps 3 foreign partners for Bulacan airport | Philstar.com

DIVERSIFIED conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) has chosen three of the designers and builders of the world’s best airport to design and build the P734-billion New Manila International Airport (NMIA) in Bulacan. Groupe ADPI, Meinhardt Group and Jacobs—three companies that worked to develop the Singapore Changi Airport—were tapped by the…DIVERSIFIED conglomerate San Miguel Corp. (SMC) has chosen three of the designers and builders of the world’s best airport to design and build the P734-billion New Manila International Airport (NMIA) in Bulacan. Groupe ADPI, Meinhardt Group and Jacobs—three companies that worked to develop the Singapore Changi Airport—were tapped by the…

SMC taps 3 firms behind Changi to design, build P734-billion Bulacan airport | BusinessMirror

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San Miguel Corp. on Tuesday said it is looking at developing Bulacan as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines,” allaying fears of residents in the area that they may be displaced by the planned P734-billion New Manila International Airport. Current trending headlines in business, money, banking, finance, companies, corporations, agriculture, mining, foreign currency rates, Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) Index, inflation, interest, market prices and economic analysis.San Miguel Corp. on Tuesday said it is looking at developing Bulacan as the “Seafood Capital of the Philippines,” allaying fears of residents in the area that they may be displaced by the planned P734-billion New Manila International Airport. Current trending headlines in business, money, banking, finance, companies, corporations, agriculture, mining, foreign currency rates, Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) Index, inflation, interest, market prices and economic analysis.

SMC to develop Bulacan as ‘Seafood Capital of the Philippines’ | Money | GMA News Online

SMC taps 3 foreign firms to design new airport | BusinessWorld