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Clark ramps up its vision

Infrastructure and construction conglomerate Megawide Construction Corp., recently partnered with Global Gateway Development Corp. (GGDC), to build a 177-hectare master-planned, mixed-use development metropolis in Pampanga.

Envisioned to decongest Metro Manila. GGDC is part of Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy’s property development arm, Udenna Land.

Megawide hopes to realize P3 billion in revenue as a general contractor of the Clark Global City (CGC) development.

Uy, Udenna Land CEO, Edgar Saavedra, Megawide chairman, Clark Freeport officials and real-estate developers of Clark Global City—the SM Group, Century Properties, DataLand, W Group, Suyen—led the groundbreaking ceremony. (Shown in photo).

“Megawide is excited to be working on such a transformative project not just for Clark but for Central Luzon,”  Saavedra said.

Over 45 hectares of the estate have already been installed with what GGDC describes as a “world-class” and “disaster-ready” horizontal infrastructure, including 50-year storm water drainage systems, state-of-the-art sewer system, an underground infrastructure network and eight-road lanes with bike lanes and 50 meters of right-of-way priority.

Megawide has committed to construct 12 kilometers of roads and fully develop the balance of infrastructure requirements in the next 22 months. 

Topics: Dennis Uy , Edgar Saavedra , Udenna Land , Clark Freeport , Megawide Construction Corp , Global Gateway Development Corp
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