On February 27, 2013, the Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Bataan approved Ordinance No. 2, Series of 2013 entitled:

“Integrated Public-Private Partnership Code of the Provincial Government of Bataan”

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 84 Series of 2014
ORGANIZING THE INTEGRATED PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP SELECTION COMMITTEE (PPPSC)

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 85 Series of 2014

DETAILED GUIDELINES FOR COMPETITIVE/SWISS CHALLENGE FOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

ON-GOING PPP PROJECT

The Project is for the master planning, construction and development of the Capitol Compound into a complex consisting of a government building (The Bunker), 3 BPO Buildings, a 142-room Business Hotel and commercial areas as well as land development and landscaping, road and drainage networks complete with amenities, utilities and other facilities for the occupants, employees and the general public.

TIMELINE

[icon_timeline][icon_timeline_item time_title=”December 14, 2014″]Unsolicited proposal was submitted[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”December 29, 2014″]PPP-SC recommended the acceptance of the proposal[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”January 09, 2015″]Office of the Governor and SP conducted a public consultation[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”January 12, 2015″]The Governor accepted the proposal of AlloyMTD and started the detailed negotiation[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”March 30, 2015″]Joint certification of successful negotiation was signed by both parties[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”April 06, 2015″]Invitation to submit comparative proposal was published in a national newspaper[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”April 16, 2015″]PPP-SC recommended the award of the project to AlloyMTD[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”April 27, 2015″]Sangguniang Panlalawigan of Bataan issued Resolution No. 77 authorizing the Governor to enter into JV with AlloyMTD[/icon_timeline_item][icon_timeline_item time_title=”May 12, 2015″]The Governor and AlloyMTD executed the JV Agreement for the project[/icon_timeline_item][/icon_timeline]

In the Pipeline

  • Bataan-Manila Integrated Transportation System
  • Integrated Waste Management Facility
  • Lease of Property for Industrial Development
  • Establishment of Dialysis Centers in
    District Hospitals

Bataan-Manila Integrated Transportation System

 

The integrated transportation system shall include a ferry operation that will service the Mall of Asia in Pasay City to Orion, Bataan route via Manila Bay and a bus transportation system directly servicing the passengers of the ferry from the port of Orion to the different towns of Bataan and vice versa;

This integrated transportation system will significantly improve the linkage and access between Metro Manila and Bataan by providing fast, efficient, safe and effective mobility of passengers and goods to and from Metro Manila for an estimated travel time of 45 minutes only.

Integrated Waste Management Facility

The unsolicited proposal includes the development, design, construction, operation, management and maintenance of an Integrated Waste Management Facility. The said Integrated Waste Management Facility shall include the following:

  1. an Engineered Sanitary Landfill
    – Transport from LGU transfer station to the SLF
  2. Material Recovery Facility (MRF) consisting of manual and mechanized sorting facility
  3. Medical waste treatment facility
    – Pyroclave
    – Transport Storage/Disposal (TSD) Facility
  4. Waste to energy (WTE) Facility

Lease of Property for Industrial Development

The proposed lease shall entail the development of the idle land into a mixed-use logistics hub for oil and fuel depot operations, which will include oil tank farms, warehouses, and a pier facility with marine loading arms. It will provide storage tanks capable of holding one (1) million barrel of oil/fuel, warehouses, fuel truck staging areas and a foreshore port capable of accommodating Panama-type fuel/oil tanker vessels. The proposed project is for a concession period of Twenty-Five (25) years.

Establishment of Dialysis Centers in District Hospitals

Establishment and Operation of Dialysis Centers in the three (3) district hospitals of the Province. This will address the growing number of patients from Bataan who have to go to nearby provinces for dialysis treatments. The proposed dialysis centers are proposed to be established and operated within the compound of the three district hospitals of the Province, to wit, the Dinalupihan District Hospital, Orani District Hospital and Bagac District Hospital.

Envisioned Projects

Manila Bay Bridge

Construction and Operation of Commercial Areas, lay overs and parking lots along Bataan Expressway

International Port Terminal

Construction and Operation of Central Transport Terminal at the Freeport Area of Bataan

Operation and Management of the Mariveles District Hospital

Mass Transportation (Monorail or Rapid Bus) at the Freeport Area of Bataan and the rest of the Province

Smart / Intelligent Streetlights along the Bataan Expressway and at the Capitol Compound

Construction, Reclamation, Development and Operation of the Freeport Central Business Hub and Financial Center and Mixed-use Seaport and Cruise Ship Terminal

Housing Projects

Construction of I.T. Centers for Senior High in the different Municipalities of the Province

Manila Bay Bridge

The approximate distance of the link from Bataan to Corregidor is 4.83 kilometers and from Corregidor to Cavite, 13.20 kilometers. Along with other existing road networks, expressways and nautical highways, this Bataan-Cavite link will connect the country without having to pass through the already congested Metro Manila roads.

International Port Terminal

The construction, development and operation of an International Container Port Terminal right at the mouth of the Manila Bay in Mariveles, Bataan to complement the already congested Manila Port Harbor. This Port Terminal would have a total area of 180 hectares as a land reclamation project with a total berth length of more than 6 kilometers, 20 container berths and 100 hectares of container storage yard.

It is designed to accommodate Panamax and Neo Panamax ships and can be a hub not only for the country but for other Asian and International countries as well. This port terminal would significantly reduce the number of cargo trucks plying the roads of Metro Manila going to different provinces and thus also help decongest traffic in the Metro.

Operation and Management of the Mariveles District Hospital

The Province aims to establish a Level 1 General Hospital with 50-75 bed capacity to provide medical services needed in the Municipality of Mariveles and is looking for an Operation and Maintenance partner for this purpose.

The former site of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines was renovated by the Province to house the planned medical facility – three (3) level structures with a total floor area of 3,248 sq.m. The Municipality of Mariveles with a population of 127,536 and an average annual population growth of 3% is host to the Freeport Area of Bataan with a workforce currently estimated at 40,000. Potential investor can qualify as a locator in the Freeport Zone and access the full suite of fiscal and non-fiscal incentives.

Smart / Intelligent Streetlights along the Bataan Expressway and at the Capitol Compound

Putting up of smart or intelligent streetlights along the 68-kilometer stretch of the Bataan Expressway. The Bataan Expressway is the main road that connects the municipalities and the lone city of the Province including vital industrial areas like the Freeport Area of Bataan, the Petron Bataan Refinery, the Petrochemical Park, Special Economic Defense Zone, and the Hermosa Special Economic Zone.

It also connects the Province to the rest of Luzon thru the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and the Olongapo-Gapan Road. With the fastest growing Investment Promotion Agency, the Authority of the Freeport Area of Bataan (AFAB), and other industrial and tourist destinations, the volume of traffic has tremendously increased over the years requiring a smart or intelligent lighting system.

The same smart or intelligent streetlights would also be needed for the development of the Capitol Compound in Balanga City, a 10-hectare Province-owned land which will be converted into a mixed-use government center with commercial centers, hotel and BPO/KPO offices.

Operation and Management of the Mariveles District Hospital

The increasing demand for manpower in the Freeport Area of Bataan and other industrial areas of the Province attracted workers from different parts of the region and beyond as far as the Visayas Region.

With this influx of workers, the need for housing projects grew beyond what was projected. Thus the need for several housing projects ranging from socialized to high-end housing units.

The Province is also looking for a private partner to construct and develop a township project near the Freeport Area of Bataan which will include commercial areas and provide other needs of the people such as schools, market, church, etc.

Construction and Operation of Commercial Areas, lay overs and parking lots along Bataan Expressway

Construction, Development and Operation of Commercial Areas, Paid Parking Lots, Pit Stops, Rest and Recreation Areas and Real Estate Development along the 68-kilometer stretch of the Bataan Expressway.

Construction and Operation of Central Transport Terminal at the Freeport Area of Bataan

With the number of workers, now estimated at 40,000 and growing, at the Freeport Area of Bataan, the construction and operation of a Central Transport Terminal becomes necessary within the Freeport.

Mass Transportation (Monorail or Rapid Bus) at the Freeport Area of Bataan and the rest of the Province

Construction, Reclamation, Development and Operation of the Freeport Central Business Hub and Financial Center and Mixed-use Seaport and Cruise Ship Terminal

Construction of I.T. Centers for Senior High in the different Municipalities of the Province

Construction and establishment of IT centers in the different municipalities of the Province for the use of the Department of Education in its K to 12 curricula to provide adequate training to Senior High students who want to join the BPO/KPO industries.