By Cris Paraso, CNN Philippines

Updated 17:41 PM PHT Mon, May 11, 2015

(File photo) A portion of the Metro Manila Skyway

(CNN Philippines) — Food-to-infrastructure conglomerate San Miguel Corp. awarded to D. M. Consunji, Inc. (DMCI) the engineering, procurement, and construction contract for the first two sections of Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange Monday (April 11), DMCI Holdings, Inc. announced that its construction subsidiary will implement the contract for 32 months.

Under DMCI’s deal with San Miguel unit, Citra Central Expressway Corp., Section 1 involves the construction of a 3.7-kilometer highway beginning at the end of Skyway Stage 1 in Buendia to Nagtahan in Manila.

Section 2 covers the 3.5-kilometer stretch from Nagtahan to Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard, also in Manila.

EEI Corp. recently disclosed to the stock market that it bagged the contract for the remaining two sections of Skyway 3. Section 3 is from Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard to Quezon Avenue in Quezon City, and section 4 will be the final leg to Balintawak, also in Quezon City.

The elevated expressway project covers 14.82 kilometers from Buendia to Balintawak, and will link the South and North Luzon Expressways through eight strategic interchanges.

These are at Buendia, Quirino Avenue, Plaza Dilao and Nagtahan, Aurora Boulevard, E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon Avenue, Sgt. Rivera, and Balintawak with a total of 14 toll plazas.

San Miguel is also undertaking the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Expressway, which will connect the Skyway system to all three NAIA airport terminals and the Entertainment City of the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corp. along Roxas Boulevard.

Another infrastructure project in the works is the Metro Rail Transit Line 7, a planned 22-kilometer-long rail line, starting from San Jose del Monte in Bulacan and ending in North Avenue in Quezon City.