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     The opening of the North and South Luzon Tollways catapulted the start of PNCC's ascent as this credits the company of building and managing two most important thoroughfares of Metro Manila and the vital links to neigboring provinces.
     PNCC completed the 27-kilometer, four-lane divided highway from Balintawak in Quezon City to Tabang, Bulacan, known as Manila North Expressway, in the 1960's. This first big success in public works construction gave way to PNCC's rise in the road building industry.


  Client                               : Bureau of Public Highways


Location : Caloocan City and Bulacan Province
  Contract Value : Php 29,000,000.00 (owner-supplied equipment)


Completion Date : August 4, 1968
    Totalling 28 km. in all, this fully-fenced limited access highway consists of a four-lane rural divided roadway, nine twin bridges, one railroad overpass, seven underpasses and three interchanges.
Originally a project of the Department of Public Highways, the completion of the major portion of the job fell on CDCP to pioneer the toll concept of funding infrastructure.  It was carried out under the private financing scheme provided by Republic Act 3741.

     Additional work required by the government included the construction of the Balintawak - Novaliches Interchange Complex, the Tabang Interchange, and the approach road of the underpasses.
    NLEX Cloverleaf in Balintawak (1968)
    Client          : Ministry of Public Highways  
    Location : Bulacan and Pampanga Provinces  
    Contract Value : Php 406,000,000.00  
    Completion Date : 1977  
In 1976, the NLT extension consisting of 50.9 kms. of concrete road, was built as part of a highways program of the International Bank for Reconstruction Development linking major urban centers to the production centers in the north. The project features 4-lane limited access highway with a five-kilometer Candaba viaduct, a construction innovation utilizing precast beam system, 6 interchangesm 12 bridges and overpass/underpass structures.  The NLT now stretches up to 84 kms. from Balintawak to Sta. Ines, Pampanga.

  Client : Bureau of Public Highways
  Location : Rizal Province
  Contract Value : Php 34,000,000.00
  Completion Date : December 16, 1969
     This expressway is 15 km. in length, fuly fenced with four lanes and extends south from Makati.  It also features toll-free two-way service roads of bituminous concrete pavement to serve local traffic on both sides throughout its entire length.

     As toll manager, CDCP studied, planned, programmed and manages its operation and maintenance, similarly with the Manila North Expressway.
     The SLT now extends to another 29 kms. up to Calamba, Laguna.  It also includes an 850 meter long viaduct which crosses over Alabang.  Part of the Metro Manila Skyway. The first stage of the Skyway System consists of the construction of the 9.5-kilometer elevated road from Bicutan, Parañaque City to the Makati Central Business District as well as the rehabilitation of the 13.5-kilometer section of the South Luzon Expressway from Alabang to Magallanes.  the South Metro Manila Skyway Project Stage 2, the 6.88-kilometer elevated expressway from Bicutan to Alabang that extends the 9.5-kilometer elevated toll road from Makati to Bicutan known as the Skyway Stage 1 that opened in 1999.
    SLEX in 1976.
The construction of the Manila South Luzon Expressway (MSEX) which started in 1967 was the second major roadway project completed by PNCC.  It was opened on December 16, 1969 and provided a vital artery to southern Luzon stretching 15 kilometers from Makati to Alabang.