As of 24 March 2017, the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB) issued a total of 9,044 contractors’ licenses for CFY 2016-2017, 84.8% of which were renewing contractors and 15.2% were new entrants.
In terms of size, large contractors (AAAA, AAA & AA) accounted for 5.4 percent of the total contracting population. Medium-sized contractors (A & B) comprised 33.1 percent while small contractors (C, D, Trade/E) still remained the majority of licensed contractors at 61.5 percent.
Memorandum Circular for the Construction Industry Construction and Related Engineering Service Suppliers Manufacturers and Traders … Continue reading Emergency Response in Light of the Declaration of a State of National Calamity →
In view of the community quarantine in Metro Manila and suspension of work in the Executive branch of government from March 16, 2020 to April 15, 2020, the CIAC offices will be manned by a skeletal force to receive communications and documents/papers pertaining to on-going cases.
MESSAGE I would like to would like to extend my warmest congratulations to the Construction … Continue reading DTI Undersecretary and CIAP Alternate Chairman Ireneo V. Vizmonte Message for CIAP’s 42nd Anniversary →
The Philippine Domestic Construction Board (PDCB), one of the implementing arms of the Construction Industry … Continue reading PDCB Conducts “Know Your Contracts: An Overview of Construction Contracts in the Philippines” at the sidelines of Philconstruct Manila 2022 →
Manila, Philippines – POCB, in partnership with the Philippine Constructors Association Inc. conducted the final … Continue reading POCB conducts Information Sessions on RCEP, AAR, ACPE at the sidelines of PhilConstruct →
READ: CIAP Document 102 Trainers’ Training Certification Program (TTCP) | September 2022 The Philippine Domestic … Continue reading CIAP Document 102 Trainers’ Training Certification Program (TTCP) | September 2022 →