Who We Are

PrimeBMD is focused on providing infrastructure solutions that are innovative, relevant, and built in a consistent, safe, and environmentally conscious manner for communities in the Philippines and beyond.

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PrimeBMD is a joint venture between Prime Infra, the global infrastructure investment and development company led by Enrique K. Razon, Jr., and the BMD Group, one of Australia’s largest privately held construction companies.

We pride ourselves in delivering innovative and comprehensive construction and infrastructure solutions built in a consistent, safe, and environmentally conscious manner for communities in the Philippines and beyond. By valuing our people and collaborating with our partners, we continue to deliver exceptional services with sustainable outcomes.

PrimeBMD is committed to world-class competence and local insights in order to deliver value to clients, employees, and communities we operate in.

PrimeBMD continues to uphold the same business ethics in everything we do.

Corporate Responsibility & SUSTAINABILITY

At PrimeBMD, we make sure to integrate environmental and social considerations in the way we do business and deliver certainty for our host communities. We stay committed to working with them and leaving a lasting legacy through the infrastructure, employment, and training we deliver with the promotion of corporate sustainability and responsibility in areas that include, but are not limited to:

Growth and Economic Benefit​​​

Environment and Efficient Resource

Labor Practices

Community Respect and Protection

We also commit to encouraging other stakeholders, such as suppliers and subcontractors, to embrace sustainability as part of their business activities.

That’s because we believe that together, we can achieve greater things in a more sustainable manner.

ZERO HARM

Back in April of 2017, we established a goal of Zero Harm to promote continuous improvement to health, safety, and environmental management which we prioritized and implemented across all our project sites.

Through this goal, we strive towards ensuring that our people, the environment, and the communities in which we operate in are fully protected and left unharmed by our work, with the ultimate objective of creating a company culture where Zero Harm is known to be achievable. This way, we can all fearlessly strive towards one common goal for ourselves, our workmates, our families, and everyone who comes into our care.

OUR TEAM

The Board

1 Enrique K Razon Jr

Enrique K. Razon Jr.

Chairman | Director | President​

Scott Power

Scott Power

Director | Vice President

Christian Gonzalez

Christian Gonzalez

Director | Vice Chairman

Stephen

Stephen Paradies

Director | Treasurer

Jeff

Jeff Gallus

Director | Operations

The Management

Sebastian Lacson

Chief Executive Officer

Hans Lopez

Chief Operating Officer

Josephine Garrido

Chief Finance Officer

Mick Slocombe

Executive Vice President for Engineering

Evangeline Mangulabnan

Head of Pre-Contracts

Rey Acurantes Jr.

Head of Business Development

Rob Trebilco

Head of Infrastructure

Salvatore La Valle

Head of Underground

Marcel Greuter

Head of Marine

Don Palomar

Head of Water Services

Rogelio Puno Jr.

Head of Legal

Rommel Saludez

Head of Strategy, Compliance, and Recurrent Income

Elmira Dimailig

Head of Human Resource

PRIMEBMD’S CORE VALUES

Empowering

We provide our people the skills, tools, and information they need to take ownership of the work, make decisions and achieve results.

Accountability

We lead by example and take responsibility for our actions. We do not shift blame or make excuses. We consider the consequences of our actions in the short and long-term.

Determined

We are purposeful and focused on delivering the commitments we make to our clients and to each other.

Family

We encourage a culture of camaraderie and active empathy with each other and with the organization.

Collaborative

We believe that the best solutions are achieved by engaging with our internal and external stakeholders to integrate a mix of perspectives and best practices.

Integrity

We are ethical, fair, and transparent in our business practices at every level of our organization while delivering a profitable and a sustainable business, and expect the same commitment from our business partners.

Tenacity

We have a “can do” attitude and are determined to follow through on our promises with maximum effort and persistence, ensuring the competent completion of every job we commit to.

Value Creation

We create meaningful value by offering world class expertise and a solutions-oriented approach to our customers. We invest in projects that improve the quality of life of our host communities and are committed to the development and welfare of our employees.

Growth and Economic Benefit

Growth and Economic Benefit

Decisions balanced between short and long term will be based on economic, environmental and community needs and considerations

Aiming to grow the business for increased economic benefit to the community through comprehensive engineering solutions

Environment and Efficient Resource Use

Environment and Efficient Resource Use

Implementing best practice environmental management to minimize environmental harm

Efficient use of resources (energy, materials, water) when conducting operations

Considering the life cycle of products and services

Labour Practices

Labor Practices

Protection of human rights through ensuring equal opportunity employment for all and fair labor practices

Community Respect and Protection

Community Respect and Protection

Increasing community respect and wellbeing by demonstrated best practices in environmental management

Providing the opportunity for public involvement and consultation, as appropriate, in all communities in which we operate

 

Sebastian Lacson

Chief Executive Officer 

Sebastian has extensive experience in the power industry, working in different capacities in the continents of Asia, Europe, and Americas. In the Philippines, Sebastian held the positions of Chief Reputation Officer for conglomerate Aboitiz Equity Ventures; Chief Operating Officer for the country’s second largest electric utility Visayan Electric Company; Head of Aboitiz Power Corporation’s Coal Generation Portfolio, and President of AC Energy Coal and Diesel business units. Today, he continues to serve Prime Infra as Senior Project Director leading the company’s waste-to-fuel project. 

Hans Lopez

Chief Operating Officer 

Hans brings to PrimeBMD over 36 years of experience in program and project management; contracts administration and management; corporate strategic planning; project development and studies; front end engineering, planning and estimating; and business development and client relations. As Chief Operating Officer, Hans is preparing PrimeBMD for sustainable growth and is introducing innovation in management practices and operating procedures within the organization. He plans to establish the Power Business Unit that will cater to the requirements of major power concessionaires, as well as the initiation of a Research and Development Group that will contribute to the continuous growth of the company.

Josephine Garrido 

Chief Finance Officer 

Josephine is a CPA and a seasoned professional in the construction and manufacturing industries with extensive knowledge in corporate finance management, projects accounting, and joint ventures finance. She has more than 20 years of experience in one of the construction and engineering companies in the Philippines with a nationwide footprint in power and energy, water and transportation infrastructures. Her role as Head of Project Cost Control and Management integrated her financial capabilities with project operations management and further enhanced her exposure to earned value management for construction, budget and forecast, contracts, and risk management.

Mick Slocombe

Executive Vice President for Engineering

As the Executive Vice President for Engineering of PrimeBMD, Mick is focused on the strategic and material operational matters of the business. He previously held the role of Chief Operating Officer, leading PrimeBMD’s construction activities with the goal of ‘zero harm’ and focus on quality outcomes for PrimeBMD clients and successful delivery of projects. Prior to his roles as Executive Vice President for Engineering and Chief Operating Officer of PrimeBMD, Mick pioneered BMD’s move into Western Australia and developed the business from the ground up. Prior to his role in the West of Australia, Mick was a long-serving Project Manager for BMD working for multiple private and public clients across several industries. His focus on safety, quality and good commercial outcomes has seen BMD deliver successful projects in many locations in Australia.

Evangeline Mangulabnan

HEAD OF pre-contracts

Vangie is a Registered Civil Engineer with over 20 years of experience in Pre-Construction, Commercial, and Contracts Administration for major building and civil engineering construction projects locally and in the Middle East, with extensive background in large-scale construction project development particularly in high-level reporting, stakeholder management and interface, regulatory approvals and compliance, progress monitoring and performance review, cost and trend analysis, cost control, claims, and change management.

Rey Acurantes Jr.

Head of business development

As Head of Business Development, Rey is responsible for building and sustaining a pipeline of integrated power, water, and wastewater opportunities, as well as growing infrastructure projects for utilities, municipalities, and industries. With over 20 years of experience in the construction, manufacturing, transportation and power industries, Rey realizes PrimeBMD’s growth potential, driving the marketing strategy capabilities of the company while also maintaining a sound business relationship with customers and stakeholders.

Rob Trebilco

Head of infrastructure

Rob supports PrimeBMD in planning, monitoring, and realizing the construction of various infrastructure projects; in allocation of equipment and manpower resources; and in monitoring adherence to HSE guidelines and regulations with the objective of completion of construction that are in line with high quality standards and within budgeted costs and timelines.

Salvatore La Valle

Head of underground

With 29 years of experience in the underground infrastructure sector, Salvatore brings to the company his long track record in design, as he has built infrastructural underground projects in more than 10 different countries, together with the experience he accumulated in manufacturing more than 20 tunnel boring machines and tunneling equipment. He supports PrimeBMD in expanding and developing the underground sector both in the Philippines and other countries where the company intends to operate. Thanks to his networks of underground construction companies, Salvatore is facilitating close alliance with international partners for tunnel projects. He is also forming the company’s tunneling team, assisting to tender where underground works are requested, and applying underground best practices and innovation. 

Marcel Greuter

head of marine

As Head of Marine, Marcel has extensive experience in the civil construction industry including marine works for huge projects in the Philippines as well as in various locations globally. His experience includes construction works on jetty, ports, quays, and other marine projects, power plants, and other civil-related projects. Marcel has worked on notable projects with reputable institutions including GB Diving BV (Smit International NV), Ballast Nedam, and Siemens AG. In his current role as the Head of Marine of PrimeBMD, Marcel continues to provide an excellent role in providing support and overseeing operations of the entire project including quality and safety management, as well as program and design.

Don Palomar

head of water services

Don prioritizes water in all his 41 years of professional life. He finds fulfilment in seeing potable water flowing into the lives of people for drinking and other domestic use. His work in the water sector is driven by his passion to make water accessible to everyone by sharing his knowledge built through the years of working with both the public and private sectors. A Civil Engineer and an Environmental and Sanitary Engineer, Don joins PrimeBMD as Head of Water Services as the company expands its reach in the water sector, aligning his expertise with the company’s goal to develop critical infrastructures in the Philippines and beyond.

Rogelio Puno Jr.

HEAD OF LEGAL

Atty. Rogelio is a seasoned lawyer with a wide experience on infrastructure projects. He started his professional career with Puno and Puno Law Offices, one of the leading firms in power, utilities, and energy practice in the Philippines. As a Senior Associate, his areas of practice include energy, special projects, mergers and acquisitions, commercial law and environment, among others. Prior to joining Prime Metro BMD Corporation, he was part of the legal team of Light Rail Manila Corporation, the concessionaire for the rehabilitation, operation, and maintenance of the 20-kilometer LRT Line 1 system and the construction of the 12-kilometer line extension from Baclaran to Bacoor, Cavite.

Rommel Saludez

Head of Strategy, Compliance, and Recurrent Income

Rommel comes from a maritime background, commanding sizeable merchant vessels for almost two decades. He held various leadership positions ashore in internal auditing, HSE, drydocking of ships, simulator training, competence, and leadership assessment for senior maritime positions in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He also served as HSE and Technical Consultant for AC Energy. As PrimeBMD’s Head of Strategy, Compliance, and Recurrent Income, and concurrently the Head of Operations for Inphase O&M and Engineering Solutions, his vast experience and knowledge would provide new growth avenues for the company.

Elmira Dimailig

Head of Human Resource

Elmira has several years of experience in managing a wide range of HR functions for a full-service global business, with an extensive background in Talent Development, Recruitment, Benefits and Compensation Administration, Shared Services, Employee and Industrial Relations, as well as Human Resources Information System (HRIS), supporting and helping drive organizational growth and excellence.

I love being part of the PrimeBMD family. Here, I am surrounded with people who make me feel respected and supported.

When I joined PrimeBMD, I had this one goal in mind—add value to the organization through the work that I do. Being involved in this kind of role is no easy feat and has its own challenges, but PrimeBMD always makes me feel that my contributions are valued.

Hilario Caringal, ISO Compliance Officer

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Bendigo Airport Stage 2

Location: Victoria, Australia
Client: City of Greater Bendigo
Contract Value: $15 million

BMD Constructions was contracted to deliver a new 1600-meter ‘Class 3C’ runway, and associated taxiway and apron upgrades as part of the second stage of the Bendigo Airport re-development project. The runway delivers improved infrastructure, expands capacity for emergency service providers and enables aircrafts carrying up to 70 passengers to land.

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Montclair Interchange

Location: Porac, Pampanga, Philippines
Client: Robinsons Land Corporation
Contract Value: Php383million

The Montclair Interchange Project is the first step in Robinsons Land Corporation’s development of a 200-hectare mixed-use residential and commercial property spanning the SCTEX just south of Clark, Pampanga. PrimeBMD was contracted to construct a trumpet interchange onto the SCTEX expressway with international standard on and off ramps and an eight-lane toll Plaza leading onto the Robinsons Land Property.

Solaire Resort and Casino - Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrade

Location: Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Client: Sureste Properties, Inc.
Contract Value: Php290 million

PrimeBMD was engaged as the general contractor for the design and construction for the upgrade, expansion, and refurbishment of the existing Phase 1 and Phase 1A Sewage Treatment Plants in Solaire Resort and Casino. The upgraded STPs adopted the Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) nitrification-denitrification activated sludge technology and were designed to provide total treatment capacity of 1,200 m3/day for Phase 1 and 2, 180 m3/day for Phase 1A respectively.

Wawa Bulk Water Supply -Tayabasan Weir 2

Location: Antipolo City, Rizal, Philippines
Client: Wawa JVCo Inc.
Contract Value: Php1.2billion

As part of the long-term plan to improve water supply and delivery to Metro Manila, several projects have been slated for development and execution. The Tayabasan Weir 2 project was secured by the Wawa JVCo Inc. to support this program. PrimeBMD was engaged to construct a weir creating a reservoir and a water transfer that will be used to deliver 80 million liters(MLD) of water to the Calawis Treatment Plant. The ongoing flagship project involves the construction of two water supply infrastructures that will provide Manila Water Company Inc. (MWCI) 80 MLD in the first phase to be completed by next year and will deliver the full 518 MLD in its second phase by December 2025.The project will also address problems of flooding in the eastern part of Metro Manila and lower areas in the province of Rizal.

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MICT Maintenance Dredging Work

Location: Port of Manila, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Contract Value: Php94million

PrimeBMD was engaged as the general contractor for the dredging works for Berths 3, 5, and 6and the basin at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT). To cope with the growing economy of the country and to address the demand for imported supplies, PrimeBMD is clearing the areas to be transformed into new berths at MICT by dredging a total of 250,296 m3. This ensures the existing berths improve the accessibility for the cargo vessels that come in.

MICT Berth 1-5 Wharf Repairs

Location: Tondo, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Contract Value: Php625 million

As a result of ICTSI’s increasing port operations, Berths 1-5 have suffered considerable wear and tear. PrimeBMD and Freyssinet International formed a consortium to rehabilitate1.2 km of wharf, from Berth 1 to Berth 5. These repairs addressed a critical need to extend the life of the facility while maintaining full operations during construction.

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MICT Berth 7 Southern Yard Extension

Location: Port of Manila, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Contract Value: Php3.1 billion

To cope with the country’s growing economy and to address increasing imports, ICTSI contracted PrimeBMD to design and construct an extension and the reclamation of South Yard at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT). The work involves reclaiming 28,500 sq.m of land and constructing a 150-meter-longWharf in Manila Bay to support the handling of an increasing volume of container van shipments.

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Manila International Container Terminal Berth 7 Southern Yard Extension

Location: Port of Manila, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Contract Value: PHP 3.1 Billion

To cope with the country’s growing economy and to address increasing imports, ICTSI contracted PrimeBMD to design and construct an extension and the reclamation of South Yard at MICT. The work involves reclaiming 28,500 sq.m. of land and constructing a 150-meter long Wharf in Manila Bay to support the handling of an increasing volume of container van shipments.

MICT East Access Road

Location: Port of Manila, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services,Inc.
Contract Value: Php32.7million

PrimeBMD was engaged for the concreting of pavement at East Access Road and construction of a new drainage system at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT) to improve traffic conditions for increasing container van shipments at Major Access Road.

Self-Performing Works

As well as utilizing local subcontractors and suppliers, we are a multi-disciplinary company that can self-perform works, rather than just project manage works usually undertaken by subcontractors. Our ability to self-perform key construction activities enables us to set the construction, control project costs, and establish standards for quality and safety. It also provides us with increased flexibility to respond to project and scope changes.

Having developed the in-house capability to deliver key components allows us to deliver detailed scheduling, planning, resourcing, and execution of critical activities, as well as early identification and mitigation of associated risks.

While PrimeBMD utilizes a range of reliable subcontractors and local suppliers who we have long-standing relationships with, we also recognize the certainty to be gained while controlling the entire processes, particularly when tight timelines are crucial.

Stakeholder and Community Management

Many of our operations involve significant interaction with the local communities. Stakeholder and community relations is identified as the role and responsibility of everyone that is involved in the delivery of PrimeBMD projects, not just the community relations team. We work with clients to ensure projects have sufficient stakeholder management plans and the resources needed to lead positive engagement outcomes.

Capacity of Project Teams

PrimeBMD has the resources and experience to deliver projects ranging in size and complexity. We provide the optimum level of service to our clients across the
value chain. Our commitment to understanding our clients’ needs and exceeding their expectations remains the same, regardless of the project size or value.

With a national footprint, we build and retain experienced and skilled project teams, focusing on fostering and retaining a culture of high-performance because we understand that the success of our projects is based on our people. Regardless of where or what we are working on, we are committed to providing more, doing more, and giving confidence to our clients and partners.

We carefully structure our project teams to ensure the right people with the right skills have the capability to deliver exceptional results. At the heart of our services is our engineering and construction expertise, and this combined with our resources and experience across every facet of community infrastructure means we always meet project demands with quality, commitment, and collaboration.


Collaborative Contracting

We pride ourselves on a collaborative approach to business and using our integrated service delivery model to provide seamless and cost-effective projects outcomes for clients. We offer our clients benefits such as ‘hassle free’ project delivery, a positive and productive working environment and specialist project teams.

Unique to PrimeBMD is our ability to manage the sheer magnitude of projects in a way that our competitors cannot. We deliver smaller jobs whilst simultaneously delivering up to big-ticket landmark projects. This approach makes us much more diversified, allowing us to achieve seamless and cost-effective project delivery.

Timely Delivery of Projects

We invest in a collaborative approach with clients and partners beginning at the early stages of our projects, identifying key challenges, managing risks, allocating appropriate resources, and setting clear roles and responsibilities. Through open and frequent communication, our teams work effectively and efficiently to deliver industry best practices and the acceleration of stages throughout the construction period. We understand that the timely delivery of projects enhances our clients’ return on investment and implements the necessary project management tools and controls to ensure this happens whenever possible. The breadth of our engineering and construction expertise coupled with our collaborative approach enables us to deliver both small and large-scale public infrastructure projects efficiently and effectively.

Delivering on our Zero Harm Goal

We apply the same health, safety, and environmental management systems across all our projects regardless of size and complexity, helping guide our teams towards our goal of Zero Harm. We are proud of our achievements in terms of safety and the environment, and are determined to further our commitment to a level that makes PrimeBMD synonymous with excellent safety performance, regardless of the challenges in any project we undertake. 


Montclair Access Bridge

Location: Porac, Pampanga, Philippines
Client: Robinsons Land Corporation
Contract Value: Php180million

As a result of a successful performance from the Montclair Interchange project, PrimeBMD was awarded the contract to deliver the Montclair Access Bridge. The works involve the construction of a 323-meter-long concrete road and 62-meter bridge adjacent to the Montclair Interchange. The project also includes the construction of retaining walls, fences, and utilities along the roads such as storm drainage, sewer line, water line, and electrical works.

Wawa Access Road

Location: Antipolo City,Rizal, Philippines
Client: Wawa JVCo Inc.
Contract Value: Php69 million

PrimeBMD was engaged for the rehabilitation and maintenance of existing access roads and detailed design of permanent access road to Upper Wawa Dam.

With PrimeBMD, I have learned so many things that have helped in my career and professional development.

I started with PrimeBMD as part of its Graduate Engineer Program. Throughout these years, I was given the opportunity to work across a variety of projects within the business and has contributed to the development of my skill set. Being part of the PrimeBMD family has allowed me to continue to learn and grow and helped me in reaching my goals.

Dominic Abrigo, Project Engineer

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Kangaroo Island Airport Upgrade

Location: South Australia, Australia
Client: Kangaroo Island Council
Contract Value: $7.5 million

Located 107 km from Adelaide off the tip of South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island and one of South Australia’s most popular tourist attractions. Prior to construction works being completed, the only access to the island was a Sealink ferry service from Cape Jervis, 100 km from Adelaide’s CBD, or regional flights with limited capacity and no direct services from interstate. BMD was engaged by Kangaroo Island Council to upgrade the Kangaroo Island (Kingscote) Airport including an extension and overlay of the existing runway, realignment and overlay of associated taxiway and apron pavements as well as the construction of a new terminal, including upgraded cargo processing facilities, and improving and expanding on existing terminal infrastructure.

At PrimeBMD, we recognize that to be able to achieve the best outcomes for the business and our people, we need to work together and support each other.

I am proud and happy working for PrimeBMD. Each day presents a different set of challenges, and there is always something new to learn and look forward to. We get to collaborate and work with people who share the same passion and vision and build a strong team that supports each other.

Karlo Flores, Senior Project Engineer

It makes me happy seeing every member of our team working together to support and promote a culture of safety in their day-to-day work.

We work in an industry that is of very high risk. Ensuring that our safety protocols are in place and making sure we all go home safely to our families everyday have always been PrimeBMD’s top priority.

Ramon Rius, Head of HSEQ

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COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Center

Location: Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.

PrimeBMD completed the mega vaccination site in Nayong Pilipino at Paranaque City that offers drive-thru vaccination booths and ambulatory courts for walk-ins. The vaccination site, which was funded by the International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) Foundation, has the capacity to administer 15,000 jabs per day

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COVID-19 Quarantine Centers and Testing Facilities

In 2020,with the urgent need to address the overwhelmed healthcare systems and the government needing additional support from private sectors, PrimeBMD rushed to mobilize its team and transform several facilities into field hospitals and converted event centers and medical facilities into mega swabbing centers in support of the government’s detection and isolation strategies. PrimeBMD retrofitted two indoor arenas (Ninoy Aquino Stadium and Rizal Memorial Coliseum) into instant hospitals with beds for COVID patients, nurses’ stations, donning and doffing stations, dining areas, and shower and toilet facilities; and transformed a cruise ship terminal(Philippine Ports Authority Cruise Ship Terminal) into temporary healthcare facility that aimed to provide quarantine spaces for returning seafarers and overseas workers–each completed in under a week. PrimeBMD also converted three event centers (Enderun, Palacio De Manila, MOA Arena), a medical facility (Solaire Medical Facility), and a private golf club (EKR Private Golf Club)in Laguna into Mega Swabbing Centers. By end of 2020, PrimeBMD had put up nine facilities, including the largest mega quarantine facility (Solaire-PAGCOR Mega Quarantine Center) in Manila with 600 patient cubicles, rooms for medical frontliners, and support facilities. A team of 160 worked 24/7 to complete the facility in 40 days.

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Robinson Road Open Level Crossing

Location: Queensland, Australia
Client: Brisbane City Council
Contract Value: $98million

Jointly funded by the Queensland Government and Brisbane City Council (BCC), BMD Constructions, in partnership with SMEC Australia and BCC, formed the Geebung Overpass (GO) Alliance. The GO Alliance was contracted to design and construct the Robinson Road Open Level Crossing Replacement, separating the open level crossing on Newman Road at Geebung from the through road network. The project involved construction of a new four-lane road-over-rail overpass to join Robinson Road East and Robinson Road West; construction of a new pedestrian overbridge with lifts and stairs to provide access for all to the Geebung rail station platforms; extension of Railway Parade to meet the overpass on the northern side; construction of a new signalized intersection; removal of the level crossing and boom gates; construction of new pedestrian and cyclist links through the area; and urban design treatments to mitigate the impact of the project on the local community.

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Antiene to Grasstree Rail Duplication

Location: New South Wales, Australia
Client: Australian Rail and Track Corporation
Contract Value: $16.8million

Stretching 7kmbetween Antiene and the existing Grasstree to St. Heliers loop, BMD Constructions was engaged to undertake all track and civil works involved in constructing a second main line. The works involved major realignment of 500 meters and 670 meters of the proposed down main and up main respectively, with track slews and new track construction; realignment of 6kmof the proposed down main with new track construction to class 1XC standards; minor realignment of 830 meters of the existing mainline slewing of the existing Macquarie Generation coal unloading turnout; installation of crossovers; construction of four, five-meter high gabion retaining walls totalling 4210m3;and extension of four large cross drainage culverts.

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RAAF Amberley Battlefield Airlifter

Location: Queensland, Australia
Client: Laing O’Rourke Australia on behalf of the Department of Defence
Contract Value: $62 million

BMD Constructions was contracted to deliver three packages of works as part of the Battlefield Airlifter Main Operating Base Facilities project including providing necessary working, logistics, training, maintenance, and technical facilities to support the introduction of the C-27J Battlefield Airlifter aircraft. The works involved bulk earthworks, civil works, construction of new headquarters, a hanger, maintenance and warehouse facilities, and a new simulator and training facility; construction of a new apron including high mast airfield ground lighting and hydrant refueling; and construction of pavements.

NGAC Utilities Works

Location: Capas, Tarlac, Philippines
Client: Bandar Hebat Builders, Inc.
Contract Value: Php110million

PrimeBMD was contracted to deliver all the underground utilities work for the National Government Administrative Center (NGAC), which is part of the development of the New Clark City in Central Luzon. The facility hosted the SEA Games in November 2019. PrimeBMD delivered the works ahead of the contract schedule with zero lost time injury (LTI)and exceptional quality of works.

SA Power Networks Capital Works Program

Location: South Australia, Australia
Client: SA Power Networks
Contract Value: $8.7million

SA Power Networks provide an essential service to the South Australian community by building, maintaining, upgrading, and extending a network that currently delivers power to more than 820,000 customers. Building on a previous working relationship, BMD Constructions secured a negotiated works package to undertake a series of substation projects, forming part of SA Power Networks overall city west project. The initiative was aimed at increasing capacity and improving the security of South Australia’s electricity supplies.

Lakeland Solar and Storage Plant

Location: Queensland, Australia
Client: Conergy
Contract Value: $5million

BMD Constructions completed civil, mechanical, and structural works related to the construction of the Lakeland Solar and Storage Power Plant, located approximately three hours north-west of Cairns in Far North Queensland. As the southern hemisphere’s first integrated solar, storage and fringe-of-grid project of this scale, it is designed to consistently feed renewable energy into the grid. The project demonstrates the capability for large-scale solar combined with a smart controller and storage to improve power quality and supply.

Crookwell 2 Wind Farm

Location: New South Wales, Australia
Client: CrookwellDevelopment Pty Ltd
Contract Value: $38million

BMD was contracted as part of a consortium with Consolidated Power Projects Australia Pty Ltd, for stage 2 of construction works at the Crookwell Wind Farm. The project was located in Crookwell, approximately 90 minutes north of Canberra, and was BMD’s first wind power project. The project comprised the design and construction of gravel access tracks including drainage, concretefoundations for the wind turbines and construction of crane platforms and hardstands. The 91MW wind farm is able to produce up to 320-GWhof renewable energy annually for homes in Canberra from 28 turbines, contributing to the capital’s 100% renewable energy target.

MICT Expansion of Reefer Rack

Location: Port of Manila, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Contract Value: Php64.2million

PrimeBMD was engaged as the general contractor for the construction of Berth 6 –Expansion of Reefer Rack (BLK 4O) at the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT). To cope with the growing economy of the country and to address the demand for imported cold supplies, PrimeBMD worked on the expansion of reefer rack berth at MICT to account for the increasing volume of container reefer van shipments.

MICT CFS1 Container Yard Construction

Location: Port of Manila, Manila, Philippines
Client: International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Contract Value: Php180million

The project covered two stages–the demolition of the CFS1 warehouse in Tondo, Manila and the transformation of the demolished area into a stockyard for empty containers. With Manila International Container Terminal’s (MICT)escalating requirement for a storage space for their containers, PrimeBMD successfully levelled and concreted 19,000 sq.m. of land to address this need. An additional container wash area was also constructed.

Solaire North – Base Build

Location: Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Client: Sureste Properties, Inc.
Contract Value: Php2.3 billion

PrimeBMD was engaged to carry out the base build infrastructure works at Solaire North. The casino complex will cover 1.5 hectares of land with the hotel rising to 33 floors, totaling 196,000 sq.m. of land. The works will be completed with high level finishes and equipment sourced from local and international suppliers and contractors.

Solaire North – Enabling Works

Location: Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Client: Sureste Properties, Inc.
Contract Value: Php174million

In a joint venture with DMCI, PrimeBMD was engaged as the general contractor for the construction of Sureste Properties Inc.’s new casino and hotel in Quezon City –Solaire North. The engagement has been to undertake the hotel’s enabling works and base build. The complex will have 33 floors of hotel accommodation plus six floors of podium gaming space

Business Management Systems

PrimeBMD’s Management Systems have the structure, depth and flexibility to guide the successful delivery of even the most complex of projects. It is designed to create an integrated approach to cost, time, quality, safety, and environmental management. Backed by our corporate philosophy and policies, the system is able to provide the necessary plans, procedures, training, and reporting systems that can assist our teams in the delivery of projects based on industry best practices.