Our Projects
KEA is proud of the numerous and prestigious projects carried out in many parts of our country , the Philippines. And several assignments in some parts of the world through our international associates.
2nd Mandaue-Mactan Bridge 3D Dynamic Analysis
Conceptual Design of Expressway Interchange along Laguna De Bay
Detailed Design of South Luzon Expressway: Toll Road No. 1 (Alabang Viaduct Rehabilitation & Widening) & Alabang-Zapote Road
Detailed Design of South Luzon Expressway: Toll Road No. 3 (Calamba to Sto. Tomas Road Section)
DPWH Bridge Construction/Replacement Project Under Spanish Government Financing
Eastgate N2 On-Ramp
EDSA Capacity
EDSA-Estrella Left Turn Flyover
EDSA-North Ave.-West Ave. Interchange and EDSA-Roosevelt Ave. Interchange Project
EDSA-Pasay-Ayala Ave. Interchange
EDSA-Quezon Ave. Interchange Project
Fort Bonifacio - Kalayaan/EDSA Buendia Flyover
Fort Bonifacio Traffic Signalization
Gapan-San Fernando-Olongapo Road Widening
Makati Loop Project
Manila Cavite Toll Expressway Project R-1 Extension, Segment 4
Ninoy Aquino International Airport Expressway and Its Related Roads Project
Pre-Feasibility Study and Detailed Engineering Design of Metro Manila Skyway, Stage 3 Project
Preparation of Detailed Engineering Designs/Plans Working Drawings, Including Specifications for the Construction of Flyover Crossing Slex Connecting President Carlos P. Garcia Ave (C-5 Road) Project
Preparation of Traffic and Technical Study for the Southeast Metro Manila Expressway (with Skyway Linkage)
SAPROF Study and Detailed Engineering Design of North Java Corridor Flyover Project
SCTEx, Mabalacat and Tipo Toll Plazas, SA No. 8
Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway Project (SCTEP
Technical Study for Skyway Stage 4 (Southeast Metro Manila Expressway) Phase 1 North Extension
EDSA Capacity
Client: Department of Public Works and Highways
Type of Services: Pre-Feasibility Study

Epifanio de los Santos Ave. (EDSA) is the main circumferential road of Metro Manila. EDSA functions as a collector-distributor road providing access to the suburban areas and provides an important link between the northern and southern parts of the metropolitan areas. EDSA is a partially controlled access, mostly 10-lane divided highway, with three general lanes and the two outer lanes reserved for buses in each direction. EDSA is 24 kilometers in length and has many interchanges along its length.

EDSA forms the majority portion of the Circumferential Road (C-4) in Metro Manila. Although it never runs within (nor adjacent to) the city limits of Manila proper, it runs in a rough semicircle around the City of Manila and, from the south, passes through the cities of Pasay, Makati, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, and Caloocan. The southern endpoint of EDSA is at a roundabout near the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay and its northern terminus is at Monumento, in Caloocan. When the avenue was constructed during the presidency of Manuel L. Quezon, it was named 19 de Junio (June 19), after the birthday of national hero Jose Rizal. It was later named Highway 54, and under Republic Act. No. 2140 in 1959 was further renamed in honor of Epifanio de los Santos, a noted Filipino historian.

Since the dramatic increase in traffic volume at the end of the 1980ís, the Government has implemented several grade separation projects at major intersections along EDSA, including Ortigas Interchange (1991), timog-Kamias, P. Tuazon, and Santolan Interchanges (1992), Shaw and Boni Interchanges (1998), Pasay-Road-Ayala Ave. Interchange (2000), and Quezon Ave. (2003).

the Metro Rail Transit (MRT), Line 3 runs alog most of EDSA occupying the central reserve both at grade and on viaduct, from Taft Ave. in the south and north ave. near the SM City North EDSA Mall in northern EDSA. The Light Rail Transit (LRT), Line 1 Ext., runs as an elevated viaduct along the central reserve of EDSA from the EDSA-North Ave. Intersection in Quezon City to the Monumento roundabout in Caloocan City. The LRT Line 2 crosses above EDSA at the intersection of EDSA and Aurora Blvd.

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