Philippine Construction Consortium Corporation or PCCC was established and founded by a group of individuals, each having a proven background in the construction industry and whose aim is to engage in construction and engineering. The company with principal office at 28 Quirino Highway Balintawak, Quezon City was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on August 13, 1975 under its present name. During its more than twenty years of experience, the company has been engaged in a variety of projects ranging from residential buildings to prestigious corporate establishments to government infrastructures just to name a few. The company has maintained an operation of the highest quality and professional expertise at the most competitive and reasonable price structure. With a policy of “Highest Quality… Total Value”, the company proved its genuine value to its clients by consistently providing them with a wide range of quality services.
To date, PCCC has become the construction arm of the LKG GROUP OF COMPANIES. Through this, PCCC has continued to maintain its high level of performance and technical expertise by utilizing and keeping pace with the current technological trends with an eye to future growth and diversity of business. With its solid background in the construction industry and by changing to new modern methods, new plans and new ideas, PCCC will bring to this industry the highest level of construction engineering expertise in the country. The company is committed to expand and maintain a comfortable stance over our competitors by maintaining the highest level of quality and total value. PCCC is here to serve its clients needs, into the next century and beyond.
Among the variety of projects which PCCC have completed are a host of industrial plant complexes to include civil, electro-mechanical installations for steel mills, electric power generating plants, medium-rise condominiums and office towers. Among the projects of PCCC are: Gammon Building, Banco Filipino Building, Fems International Building, Metropolitan Hospital Building, Park Avenue Town Houses, British School Building and Pepsi Cola’s GMA Bottling Plant/Warehouse/Office.
In the government sector, completed projects include National Electrification Administration’s Palawan Power Plant, Pamplona Pumping Station (National Irrigation Administration), PNB Complex, LRT Line one station 18, 19 and LRT Central Terminal, Cabanatuan City Hall Building among other urban and rural development projects.