BCDA Groups & Affiliates

Our Subsidiaries



The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) was created in 1993 by former President Fidel V. Ramos through the issuance of Executive Order No. 80. The CDC maintains the Clark Freeport Zone as a premier investment and business center, churning out big numbers in 2008 for employment with 58,000 jobs and for  investment commitments amounting to P13.11 billion. Read More 

Bldg. 2122, E. Quirino St., Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Philippines
Tel: (63) (45) 599-9000
E-mail: info@clark.com.ph
Website: http://www.clark.com.ph



Corporate Office Building, Civil Aviation ComplexThe Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) operates and manages the Clark Civil Aviation Complex.  It houses the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport, which is envisioned to be the country’s premier gateway. CIAC was made a subsidiary of the BCDA byvirtue of EO 716, issued by President Gloria Arroyo on April 3, 2008. Read More

Clark Freeport Zone, 2023, Pampanga, Philippines
Tel: (63) (45) 5992888 to 97 | E-mail: publicaffairs@clarkairport.com
Website: http://www.clarkairport.com



John Hay Special Economic ZoneOn June 29, 1993, former President Fidel Ramos issued EO 103 establishing John Hay Development Corporation, which was later on renamed as the John Hay-Poro Point Development Corporation (JPDC). In 2002, President Arroyo issued EO 132 which divided the JPDC into two entities: the John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC), and the Poro Point Management Corporation (PPMC). The JHMC pursues the vision of transforming the former American recreation and vacation camp into a premier eco-tourist gateway in Northern Luzon. Read More

Camp John Hay, Loakan Road, Baguio City
2600, Philippines
Tel.: (632) 816-0990
E-mail: mgmt@jhmc.com.ph
Website: http://www.jhmc.com.ph



The San Fernando seaport and airport were turned over to BCDA on February 1, 1997 and February 1, 1998, respectively. In 2002, President Arroyo issued EO 132 which created the Poro Point Management Corporation (PPMC). The Poro Point Freeport Zone used to house the former Wallace Air Station.  Read More
Pennsylvania Ave., Poro Point
San Fernando City, 2500, La Union, Philippines
Tel.: (63) (72) 607-5649
E-mail: bus_dev@yahoo.com
Website: https://www.facebook.com/PPMCofficial/


Tel.: (02) 709-1150-513rd Floor MWSS Engineering/Operations Building, MWSS Compound, Katipunan Road, Old Balara, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines 1105
Fax: (02) 709-1150 Local 7103
Email: public_affairs@northrail.com.ph
Website: http://www.northrail.com.ph


Our Affiliates



The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) is a government-owned and controlled corporation, created by Republic Act 7227. It is tasked to expand and manage the Subic Bay Freeport and position it as a production and distribution hub in the ASEAN Region and decongest Metro Manila. SBMA has contributed to improvements in the country’s trading activities, has created more investment and employment opportunities and helped boost tourism in the country. The vision of SBMA for the Freeport is to make the Greater Subic Bay area the premier Freeport Zone in Asia by 2030. Read more

Administration Building
Bldg. 229 Waterfront Road,
Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Trunkline Numbers +6347.252.4000 / +6347.252.4004


Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) is currently developing the Bonifacio Global City as a prime economic district in the City of Taguig, Metro Manila.  The FBDC is managed by the powerhouse partnership of Ayala Land, Inc., Evergreen Holdings, Inc. (Campos Group) and the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA). Read More

2/F Bonifacio Technology Center,
31st Street, corner 2nd, 2nd Ave, Taguig,
1634 Metro Manila
Tel: (02) 867-4116


The Bonifacio Estate Services Corporation (BESC) is an alliance between Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) and the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA).  It ensures that the Bonifacio Global City is a world-class project in terms of delivery of facilities, utilities and services. Read more
2/F Bonifacio Technology Center,
31st Street, corner 2nd, 2nd Ave, Taguig,
1634 Metro Manila
Tel: (02) 816-2372

Other Partners



The Philippines boasts of a long experience of public-private partnership (PPP) initiatives, which serves as a rich basis for future investments. With its aggressive PPP promotion, the government was and is able to attract private partners to invest not only in traditional infrastructure projects, such as power, transportation, and water sectors, but also in non-traditional infrastructure and development sectors, such as information and communications technology, health, and property development.  Read More

8th Floor, One Cyberpod Centris, Eton Centris, Piñahan, Quezon City, Philippines
Trunk Line: (632) 709-4146
Website: URL: www.ppp.gov.ph
Email Address: info@ppp.gov.ph