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Agno River Flood Control Project
July 1996 - June 2005
Services:Construction Supervision and Detailed Design Preconstruction Services
Name of Client: Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)


Location: Pangasinan and Tarlac, Philippines


Agno Flood Control Project Phase I


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


The project consists of the urgent rehabilitation works in the lower Agno and upper Sinocalan Rivers, which have been identified and prioritized based on the feasibility study for the Agno and Allied Rivers conducted in 1991. The civil works include the following components:

 

1. New Channeling and Channel: Bugallon; L = 1,650 m, Urbiztondo; L = 2,560 m; Improvement by Dredging and Ambayet; L = 850 m; also dredging along the lower Agno River stretch, 54 km (volume = 8.8 million cu.m.3)

2. Bugallon Bridge: Length of 392.5 m (11 spans, 7.3 m roadway)

3. Dike Heightening: Left dike of lower Agno near Aguilar 1-2 m height, Length = 3km, Volume = 93,000 m2.

4. Revetment: Gabion mattress type; 11,500 m for lower Agno River, 1,800 m for upper Sinocalan River

5. Rubble masonry type: 900 m for lower Agno River, 1,000 m for upper Sinocalan River, Total revetment length = 14,200 m


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:

 

The Consultant’s scope of work involved the following tasks subdivided into three (3) phases:

 

Phase I - Pre-Construction Stage – review of detailed engineering design of all components which were undertaken earlier, and detailed engineering design of added components in all of which PKII was involved and assistance during tendering;

Phase II - Construction Stage – construction supervision and management including environmental study and monitoring; and

Phase III - Consultant’s Close-Out Activities – preparation of completion report, maintenance manual, as-built plans and engineering study report.


Agno Flood Control Project Phase II


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


As the second phase of the Agno River Flood Control Project, it involves the improvement of river stretch from Wawa Bridge to the entrance of the existing floodway with the following features:

 

1st stretch:
1. Excavation of low water channel, construction of 11.9 km new dikes (0.7 km counterweight and 1.4 km revetment);

2nd stretch:

2.Construction of 4.4 km guide channel; approach channel excavation (0.79 mil. cu. m); 11.7 km closure dike; 3.3 km revetment; 0.9 km spur dike, diversion structures and riverbed protection works;

3. Construction of floodway control weir and 1.4 km spur dike; and

4. Construction of Hector Mendoza Bridge (11 spans, about 1 km long). It also includes the study and implementation of a Social Development Component and a Resettlement Site Development for the Poponto Retarding Basin Area.


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:

 

Pre-Construction Stage – review of detailed design, prepared under ARFP in 1995, detailed design of additional components, watershed management study, sediment balance study for Tarlac River, ECC monitoring, squatter resettlement and land acquisition, and assistance during tendering;

 

Construction Stage – construction supervision and management of all the project components, including safety, traffic and cost control during Project implementation;

 

Social Development Scheme – study, design and monitoring of resettlement site development, preparation and implementation of Livelihood Program including monitoring of compensation package, rapid rural appraisal on coping mechanisms against floods, coordination of consultation with local communities, study, design, training and implementation of integrated non-structural countermeasures against floods, etc.; and

 

Consultant’s Close-Out Activities – preparation of completion report, maintenance manual, as-built plans and engineering study report.


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Bamban Bridge
1996 - 1998
Services:Construction Supervision and Detailed Design Preconstruction Services

Name of Client: Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)


Location: Tarlac, Philippines


Reconstruction of Bamban Bridge along McArthur Highway, designed as a Neilsen Basket Arch Bridge, with an arch span of 177 m, with a steel box superstructure and 48 - 1.2 m bored-pile foundation at the abutments.

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Cordova Reclamation And Development Project
August 1996 - August 1997
Services:Planning And Development Feasibility Studies

Name of Client: Public Estates Authority (PES) /  Malayan Integrated Industries Corporation (MIIC)


Project Location: Cordova, Mactan, Cebu


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


The Project involves the reclamation and development of about 2,700 hectares of the foreshore and submerged areas within the territorial jurisdiction of the municipality of Cordova, Province of Cebu into a mixed-use integrated real estate community. The project is originally part of the Metro Cebu Reclamation and Development Project, which was duly approved by the President of the Philippines. The Project is a joint undertaking of the Provincial Government of Cebu, the Public Estates Authority (PEA) and Malayan Integrated Industries Corporation, a private investor.


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:


The Consultant’s scope of work included the following:

1) Preparation of master plan & detailed feasibility study, which includes, among others, market and demand studies, reclamation planning and preliminary design, land use planning, preliminary design of infrastructure and utilities, financial and economic analysis, environmental studies, implementation planning and institutional studies;

2) Reclamation study includes:

- The evaluation of reclamation alternatives,

- Preliminary design of structures,

- Study of reclamation phasing, and

- Cost analysis;

3) Preliminary design of infrastructure/utilities includes:

- Site grading and lay-out,

- internal road network design,

- Drainage and sewerage system design,

- Water supply distribution and fire protection system design,

- Power supply and distribution system design,

- Design of telecommunication facilities, and

- Waste management system design; and

4) Generation of indicative cost estimates, determination of financial and economic viability of the project, environmental evaluation, and formulation of implementation plan and schedule.  

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Philippine-Japan Improvement Project
April 1994 - February 1995
Services:Construction Supervision and Detailed Design Preconstruction Services

Name of Client: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) / Department of Agriculture (DOA)


Location: Quezon City, Iloilo, Antique, Aklan, Capiz, Philippines


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


The Project involves the construction of five (5) regional seed storage centers located in Quezon City, and in the provinces of Iloilo, Antique, Aklan and Capiz. Facilities include seed laboratories, seed storage structures, screen houses and related works. 


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided: 


Review of the detailed designs, construction supervision and post-construction services. 

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Fil-Estate Industrial Park
February 1997 - May 1998
Services:Detailed Design Preconstruction Services

Name of Client: Fil-Estate Properties, Inc.


Project Location: Trece Martires City and Naic, Cavite, Philippines


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


The project involves the detailed design of the Fil-Estate Industrial Park covering an area of 270 hectares which consist of industrial lots with sizes ranging from 3,000 to 10,000 square meters. The proponent has applied with the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) for its accreditation as an Ecozone catering mainly to light and medium industries engaged in the manufacture of electronic and electrical products, transportation equipment and parts, machinery except electrical, wearing apparels textiles and in food processing.


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:


Preparation of design criteria, design plans, cost estimates, design reports, technical specifications and other tender documents for the Project with the following components:


• Site grading and lay-out of facilities

• Internal road network

• Drainage system

• Water supply and distribution system/Fire protection system

• Power supply and distribution system

• Telecommunication system

• Sewerage system and waste treatment plant 

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La CASSA Tourism Circuit
August 2003 - December 2003
Services:Planning And Development Feasibility Studies

Name of Client: National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) - Regional Office IV-A, Southern Tagalog


Project Location: Five lakeshore municipalities of Cuenca, Alitagtag, Santa Teresita, San Nicolas, Agoncillo in Batangas, Philippines


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


The study covers the five (5) lakeshore municipalities of Cuenca, Alitagtag, Santa Teresita, San Nicolas and Agoncillo. The conduct of this study endeavors to rationalize and identify short-term and long-term development approaches to harness the tourism potentials of La CASSA as a tourism circuit. Through the circuit development approach, places of interest within La CASSA could be linked together as one integrated destination. This will enhance the attractiveness of La CASSA as a tourist enclave and create a tourism-driven economic corridor that traverses all municipalities of La CASSA. Thus, aside from identifying possible circuits for development, this study also intends to prioritize the necessary infrastructures that would link all existing and/or potential tourist spots in La CASSA.


The principal objective of the study is to identify and determine the feasibility of specific tourism circuit routes, the necessary infrastructure facilities needed, promotional activities and implementation mechanisms to transform La CASSA into a prime tourist destination in the CALABARZON Region. More specifically, the cluster is keen on the promotion of the Pansipit River and Taal Lake tour, mountain trekking at the Taal Volcano Island and Mt. Maculot as well as cultural tours along the lakeshore barangays of the cluster.


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:


Major tasks in the preparation of the pre-feasibility study included: ƒ


- An analysis of the study area including physical, socio-economic and institutional characteristics; ƒ

- Existing tourism systems in both provincial and municipal levels; ƒ

- Forecast of visitor arrivals; ƒ

- Tourism vision and policies of both provincial and municipal governments; ƒ

- Development of design standards and guidelines based on previously approved master plans and studies; ƒ

- Proposed market positioning and recommended promotional activities for the La Cassa; ƒ

- Institutional strengthening and capability building; ƒ

- Alternative development financing schemes; ƒ

- Financial and economic evaluation; and ƒ

- Conceptual design of selected facilities for priority development.

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Forestry Sector Extension Project
2001 - 2003
Services:Detailed Design Preconstruction Services and Construction Supervision

Name of Client: Department of Environment and Natural Resources


Provision of support infrastructure facilities consisting of farm-to-market road rehabilitation, small-scale irrigation system, small water impounding reservoirs and other utilities to about 25 watershed and 12 mangrove sub-projects sites nationwide.

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Agro-Forestry Multi-Purpose Nursery Project-Pampanga
DD: January 2006 - March 2006; CS: August 2006 - March 2007
Services:Construction Supervision and Detailed Design Preconstruction Services

Name of Client: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)


Project Location: San Fernando City, Pampanga, Philippines


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:


The architectural and engineering design works, and construction supervision of the Agro-forestry Multi-purpose Nursery Project is located at the Government Site, Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Pampanga.


The project comprised the following:


1.) working shade (with working area, compost pits and storages);

2.) multi-purpose room for meetings and trainings for about 40 people which include entrance hall, office, dormitory, laboratory, storage, comfort room, and shower room.


Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:


The following are the detailed scope of services provided by PKII:


Detailed Design:


a.) Site Visit

- ƒCheck the location of the proposed construction site; ƒ

- Confirm the ownership of land where the proposed structure will be constructed; ƒ

- Conduct relocation survey of the proposed construction site if not available;  

ƒ- Check the existing utilities such as: electric power, water supply, drainage and sewer lines and telephone lines; ƒ

- Check the existing structure or adjacent structure; ƒ

- Check the facilities that might be affected; ƒ

- Research for structural data such as strength of soil foundation and available materials; ƒ

- Check the availability of materials that will be used for construction; ƒ

- Obtain the cost of materials in the area; ƒ

- Know the cost of manpower, skilled, semi-skilled, minimum wage, etc.; and ƒ

- Know the cost of rental of equipment that will be used for the project. 

b.) Preparation of the Preliminary design and budget for approval of JICA

c.) Preparation of the Detailed Design Report which consists of ƒ

- History or background of the project; ƒ

- Basis of design and design criteria; and ƒ

- Detailed design calculations.

d.) Preparation of cost of the project- prepare the bill of quantities and cost estimates; and

e.) Preparation of bid documents ƒ

- Complete set of plans by CADD operators; ƒ

- Draft criteria for contractors; and

- Draft contract/bid documents 


Construction Supervision:


a.) Construction Phase ƒ

- Supervise contractor in securing building permit; ƒ

- Construction supervision; ƒ

- Compilation of project records; and ƒ

- Preparation of monthly progress reports with photos.

b.) Post-Construction Phase ƒ

- Final inspection for completion of construction; ƒ

- Preparation of final construction report; ƒ

- Preparation of Quality Assurance Report; and ƒ

- Project completion. 

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The Study on the Collection of User Charges for Solid Waste Management Services in the Philippines
February 2005 - August 2005
Services:Planning And Development Feasibility Studies

Name of Client: The World Bank Office Manila


Location: Philippines


Detailed Narrative Description of Project:

 

The Study on the Collection of User Charges for Solid Waste Management Services aims to identify alternative collection mechanisms and recommend the best possible strategy for LGUs contemplating on imposing user charges for solid waste management activities in their area of jurisdiction, taking into consideration the following concerns: (i) the willingness of households/establishments to pay user charge for SWM service, commensurate to the quality of service provided, (ii) realistic and appropriate level of user charge to be imposed to the waste generators, (iii) cost recovery; and (iv) economic level of national and/or local government subsidy, where necessary.

 

The result of the study will be a significant inputin the formulation of both national and local government policy on garbage fee collection. The National Solid Waste Management Commission (NSWMC), which is mandated to determine charges related to the operation and maintenance of solid waste management facilities is one of the primary agencies of government that would have a direct use for the outcomes and recommendations of the proposed study. This study on user fees is also aimed at providing the framework for direct garbage collection fee, which may attract private sector investments and official development assistance (ODA) and ensure financial viability and sustainable operations of solid waste management programs/projects.

 

Detailed Description of Actual Services Provided:

 

The Consultant’s scope of work involves the identification and review of existing legal issuances, legislations and policies on SWM, existing garbage fee collection mechanisms, conduct of a willingness-to-pay survey, conduct of consultation workshop, and formulation of policies, guidelines and recommendations on the most appropriate garbage fee level and structure/mechanism that will ensure viability of solid waste management projects.

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International Consulting Group

Looking ahead at the increasing economic interdependence among countries worldwide, PKII established the International Consulting Group (ICG) to offer professional consulting services to the global market.

ICG brings together Filipino experts with diverse skills and extensive experience who develop optimum solutions to a broad range of technical problems. Our main thrust is to meet the challenges and opportunities for consulting engineers and professionals alike by merging leading technologies and specific knowledge to create the best possible solutions benefiting not only our clients, but the whole society as well.



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ICG Frequently Asked Questions

No, ICG is a business development group within PKII. Our consultants are seconded to projects overseas without any placement fee prior to mobilization.
Simply by registering online at www.philkoei.com.ph or by sending a comprehensive CV to icg-mails@ph-koei.com. An ICG staff will then contact you for other requirements.
Completed BS degree, at least ten years work experience, prior overseas or international engagement, computer literacy, and reputable background in the field of interest are our minimum requirements.
Documents that must be readily available include electronic copies of the following: CV, diploma, PRC license (if applicable), passport, and certificates of employment and trainings. Other credentials may also be required.
An ICG staff will get in touch with you to confirm if you are interested to be proposed for a specific project proposal. No CV will be included in any proposal without the consultant’s conformity. Negotiations then follows.
Aside from Engineering (Civil, Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical, etc.), ICG invites all professionals from various fields including Economics, Finance, Health, Safety and Environmental Sciences, Sociology and Social Sciences, System Technologies, Management, Capacity Building, and Institutional Development.
Presently, ICG’s involvement in construction is limited to Construction Management (Supervision, Procurement Assistance, Planning, etc.) and On-site Engineering.
Designated ICG consultants may also be seconded to international construction firms, when required, to provide specialized engineering and technical support.
Registering online allows you to update your CV anytime and will give you an advantage of being “active” in the ICG database.
Certainly. ICG operates in a culture of trusted professionals where one consultant can vouch for the integrity and ethics of another consultant.